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Meet the self-appointed scout whom Tom Brady trusts

Jay Flannelly's friendship with the famous QB has endured Michigan games, Patriots games and even Deflategate. Get to know Tom Brady by getting to know the man behind the weekly scouting reports.

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Comeback player of the year in each NFL division

Jordy Nelson and Cameron Wake recovered from major injuries to have impressive seasons -- at ages 31 and 34, respectively. Here are NFL Nation's picks for comeback players in all eight divisions.

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Stephen A. to Goodell: 'Don't hide' (1:52)
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Marshawn Lynch does wheelies, dodges bus on bike (0:20)
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Tomlin calls Brown's Facebook Live post 'foolish, selfish and inconsiderate' (0:45)
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The most decorated QB group ever in conference championships (1:05)
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Kimmel welcomes Rivers, Bosa to Los Angeles (2:05)
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New L.A. Chargers coach momentarily forgets team moved (0:15)
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Steelers have history of moving on from productive receivers (1:14)
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1 Big Thing: Brown's post an act of football treason (3:05)

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Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

An unfortunate side effect of Marcus Mariota's injury: He gets passed over for the Pro Bowl. As first alternate, he would have gotten Derek Carr's spot. The Oakland QB broke his leg in Week 16, like Mariota did. Now, either Tom Brady or Ben Roethlisberger also won't play on Jan. 29 in Orlando, because his team will be getting ready for the Super Bowl.

Adam Caplan @caplannfl

Jason Rebrovich (Bills DL coach last season) is expected to interview with #Jaguars today for job on defensive staff, source said.

trey wingo @wingoz

Mike Vrabel has the greatest stat line in NFL history. 12 catches.. for 12 TDs..including 2 in the Super Bowl.. by a LINEBACKER.

Katherine Terrell ESPN Staff Writer 

Le'Veon Bell said he supports Antonio Brown with whatever he does. He said he knows he wasn't trying to hurt anyone by shooting the video. He ended his press conference with a "Go Steelers."

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Special teams captain Matthew Slater on Mike Tomlin and social media.

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Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Ben Roethlisberger: 'They are the dragon, we are trying to slay them.'

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Steelers WR Antonio Brown apologized to coach Mike Tomlin and his teammates Tuesday night. es.pn/2jIGVkV