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Brown's deal is music to free agent WR's ears.

Ed Werder and Field Yates say that Antonio Brown's big payday will benefit other impending free agents like Alshon Jeffery and DeSean Jackson.

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Combine stars turned NFL duds.

A superior showing at the NFL scouting combine can raise your draft stock, but for players like Darrius Heyward-Bey and Vernon Gholston, their memorable workouts didn't translate to success in the NFL.

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Bengals

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Is Lewis' losing playoff record a fireable offense?

Stephen A. Smith thinks Marvin Lewis should be fired for failing to win in the postseason.

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Fresh start for Gronk?

Field Yates thinks the timing of Rob Gronkowski's injury allows the tight end to address old injuries and start anew.

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Should Bennett test free-agent market?

Field Yates thinks Martellus Bennett can capture a big contract if he decides to test the free-agent open market.

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Romo tells Kimmel not to screw up the Oscars.

During an interview, Oscars host Jimmy Kimmel gets a surprise FaceTime call from his friend Tony Romo, whose playful jokes aren't all that inspirational.

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Gronk: Rehab going 'super well'

Rob Gronkowski gives an update on his health and says he can't wait to reunite with his teammates on the field.

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DB positional drill measures fluidity.

Darren Woodson and Bill Polian explain why the backpedal, turn and run drill is a great indicator for how well a defensive back can cover a receiver.

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Gronk doesn't think Goodell can come back to Foxboro soon.

Rob Gronkowski sits down with Cari Champion to discuss how it felt to miss out on playing in a Super Bowl, his future in the NFL and the end of Deflategate.

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Not surprising if Coughlin chooses not to start Bortles.

The NFL Insiders crew attribute poor mechanics for the decline in Blake Bortles' game, saying they understand Tom Coughlin being noncommittal about starting him.

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Blake Bortles is the Jaguars' quarterback in 2017. Maybe. During a pre-combine news conference on Friday, Jaguars executive VP of football ops Tom Coughlin said Bortles has a lot of work to do entering his fourth season, especially in terms of turnovers. Bortles has turned the ball over an NFL-high 63 times (51 interceptions) since he was drafted third overall in 2014. Coughlin didn't completely commit to Bortles as the starter in '17, but didn't give an indication that the team would be moving away from Bortles, either.

Michael DiRocco, ESPN Staff Writer

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49ers

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Should the 49ers give Kaepernick another chance?

Jerome Bettis sees tremendous upside in San Francisco keeping Colin Kaepernick on as quarterback.

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Chargers searching for a Tyreek Hill-type player to spark return game

SAN DIEGO -- George Stewart understands the importance of finding a game-changer in the return game.Recently hired as special teams coordinator for the Los Angeles Chargers, Stewart experienced first-hand how an electric return man can change the complexion of the game, with speedsters like Percy Harvin and Cordarrelle Patterson making plays for the Minnesota Vikings while he served as receivers coach there for a decade.

Insider: 2017 Mock Draft

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  • McShay's 2017 NFL Mock Draft 2.0

    Plenty of NFL teams have a need at QB, but who could be interested in Clemson's Deshaun Watson and North Carolina's Mitch Trubisky? Here's Todd McShay's second attempt at predicting the picks.

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  • Kiper's 2017 NFL Mock Draft 2.0

    How much will free agency and changes at quarterback affect the draft? We don't know just yet, but Mel Kiper is happy to speculate. Here is his second attempt at projecting the 2017 draft.

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