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15hAdam Rittenberg

Rhule deserves a pass in Year 1

Matt Rhule will try to implement schematic changes to an already divided locker room. A step backward would be understandable.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

An NFL spokesman said the league's investigation into Ezekiel Elliott's domestic violence case from July 2016 that did not lead to any criminal charges remains under review. The league said Monday Darrelle Revis, who saw charges for felony assault dismissed in March after a February arrest, would not face league-imposed discipline. Why is Elliott's case still ongoing? "Every matter is different," the spokesman said via e-mail.

NFL 

ESPN Staff  

Six players were in attendance for a pre-draft workout held by the Raptors on Monday: Oregon's Dillon Brooks and Tyler Dorsey, Arizona guard Kobi Simmons, Gonzaga forward Johnathan Williams, SMU forward Semi Ojeleye and Wichita State's Markis McDuffie. Toronto owns just one pick (23rd overall) in this year's draft.

Marc Stein ESPN Senior Writer 

The Warriors can become just the third team in the Pop Era to eliminate the Spurs on their home floor, joining Dallas (twice) and Phoenix.

NBA 

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Big few days for Texas. First Mohamed Bamba commits and then Andrew Jones returns. The key next season could be Tulane transfer Dylan Osetkowski, who will start in the frontcourt alongside Bamba. Can do a little bit of everything on the offensive end.

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22hJake Trotter

Strong and weak: Baylor Bears

Baylor has talent atop the depth chart at running back, but WR departures could leave the Bears needing big contributions from incoming freshman.

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Mike Napoli's 452-foot home run was not only the deciding run in the Rangers' win, but it was comfortably the longest hit on Sunday. Mitch Moreland, Brandon Moss and a pair of Cubs players round out the list, with Kris Bryant making his second top-five appearance in four days.

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Rangers use long ball to top Tigers (0:59)

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Rangers 1B Mike Napoli's go-ahead home run in the top of the fifth inning on Sunday night traveled 452 feet. That's his ninth homer to go 450 feet or longer in the past five seasons.

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Napoli stakes claim to longest homer of the day (0:18)
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Kozma's homer eludes Upton's reach (0:28)
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Napoli breaks tie with mammoth homer (0:27)