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Final 53-man roster projections for every NFL team

Will the Broncos part ways with veteran Mark Sanchez and keep just two QBs? What will the Giants do with WR Victor Cruz? NFL Nation reporters project the opening-day rosters for all 32 teams.

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NFL preseason Week 3 winners, losers

With the most important week of the preseason complete, we salute the play of Vikings QB Teddy Bridgewater but aren't buying in on the Jaguars yet.

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Dominik's ultimate 53-man NFL roster

We asked our resident GM Mark Dominik a question: What's the best roster the 2016 NFL salary cap can buy? Here's his 53-man answer, starring Tom Brady and Khalil Mack.

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WR Cooper, CB Gaines could miss Rams' opener

Rams receiver Pharoh Cooper and cornerback E.J. Gaines suffered injuries in Saturday's preseason loss that could keep them out of the regular-season opener, said coach Jeff Fisher.

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4dMike Sando

Debating top players at every NFL position

Should Cam Newton really have finished ahead of Ben Roethlisberger in #NFLRank? Mike Sando weighs in on where he agrees and disagrees with the top players at every position.

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Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Rex Ryan says he is still "waiting for someone to pop out" in battle for Bills' fifth (and probably final) receiver spot. Walter Powell, Jarrett Boykin, Greg Little, Dezmin Lewis are the candidates.

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Smith: 'Kaepernick has every right not to stand'

Stephen A. Smith is fine with Colin Kaepernick not standing during the national anthem because soldiers fight for our freedom, allowing Kaepernick to exercise his own beliefs.

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Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Villanueva: "I don't know if the most effective way is to sit down during the National Anthem with a country that's providing you freedom, providing you with $16 million a year...when there are black minorities that are dying in Iraq and Afghanistan for less than $20,000 a year."

Social issues hitting home for NFL players

In light of 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick's protest, Jarrett Bell says these social issues really hit home for NFL players and Kaepernick is forcing people to discuss the issues.

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Golic on NFL cut week: ‘A lot of dreams end here’

Mike Golic recounts the emotions players go through as NFL teams make tough decisions on who to keep to narrow down to a 53-man roster by Saturday.

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How confident are the Cowboys with starting rookies?

Tim Cowlishaw explains why even though Tony Romo will miss at least half of the 2016 season, he still believes the Cowboys will go 9-7 and be a wild card team with Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott.

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Bomani: Kaepernick’s ‘statement in his words, not actions’

Bomani Jones joins Mike and Mike to discuss the larger issue with society being easily offended with QB Colin Kaepernick's actions and not listening to his message.

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Why Romo, Newton are most polarizing QBs

Here are the harshest criticisms and highest praises heaped upon Tony Romo and Cam Newton, the two most debated QBs among the 42 NFL evaluators who voted in Mike Sando's QB Tier Rankings. Story

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Falcons' Garland weighs in on Kaepernick protest

Falcons OL and Air Force captain Ben Garland on Colin Kaepernick sitting during the national anthem: "I don't agree with it completely, but we fought for that freedom as well." Details

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Golic’s initial reaction to Kaepernick: Rage

Mike Golic discusses his initial reaction to Colin Kaepernick sitting during the national anthem and says he can relate to people who are upset, but also believes it was not the QB's intention to offend branches of the U.S. military.

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Hard to fathom that the Browns got a pick for Barkevious Mingo and couldn't have gotten even a conditional pick for Paul Kruger.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

The Colts have released tight end Konrad Reuland, wide receiver Daniel Anthrop, tackle Keith Lumpkin and running back Trey Williams

Golic’s initial reaction to Kaepernick: Rage

Mike Golic discusses his initial reaction to Colin Kaepernick sitting during the national anthem and says he can relate to people who are upset, but also believes it was not the QB's intention to offend branches of the U.S. military.

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Final 53-man roster projections for every NFL team

NFL Nation reporters project the opening-day rosters for all 32 teams. Starting lineups

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Kaepernick seeking to bring awareness

49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick says his decision to sit during the national anthem Friday wasn't to bash the military, but rather to bring awareness to unjust and unpunished actions in the United States.

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Transcript of Kaepernick's comments

49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick explained his decision to sit during the playing of the national anthem in a lengthy interview Sunday. Complete transcript

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Monday NFL preview: All 32 teams

NFL Nation assesses what to watch across the league on Monday, including the Cowboys' plan at QB as they try to get rookie fourth-round pick Dak Prescott up to speed. Top storylines

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Three Bengals injured in preseason loss

On a weekend filled with major injuries across the NFL, the Bengals probably just wanted to get through Sunday night's game against the Jaguars safe and sound. They didn't make it past pregame warmups. Big injuries

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