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20 plays every NFL coach should steal

This is the time of year when NFL coaches go searching for creative schemes to add to their playbooks. Here are 20 keepers from the 2016 season.

Revis' side of the story gets out to the public (2:35)
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One free agent every NFL team should sign

The Broncos could use a more experienced QB such as Matt Barkley, and adding Jason Pierre-Paul might vault the Bengals back to the playoffs. Who would provide a boost to the other 30 teams?

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32 NFL players who need a change of scenery

Can Chicago make a clean break from Jay Cutler? Will the Cowboys move on from CB Morris Claiborne? NFL Nation reporters pick a player who needs a change of scenery for all 32 NFL teams.

Jimmy Garoppolo buyers beware (1:24)
Chiefs moving on from Jamaal Charles? (0:46)
Is AP aiming to replace Jennings on Giants? (1:41)
Tony Romo to sport a new look next season? (2:34)


The Undefeated @TheUndefeated

Gotta go to overtime here. If Kyrie scores a touchdown on the first drive he wins the Super Bowl. Field golas won't cut it here.

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Cameron Wake received a contract extension from the Dolphins. Wake has 81.5 career sacks, 2nd-most since he entered the NFL in 2009 (DeMarcus Ware - 85.0), and also 2nd-most in Dolphins franchise history (Jason Taylor - 131.0).

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

The Dolphins signed Pro Bowl defensive end Cameron Wake (pictured) to a two-year extension, the team announced Saturday. ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the extension is worth $19 million with $11 million guaranteed.

Adam Schefter @AdamSchefter

Cameron Wake was going into final season under contract at $7 million. Dolphins rewarded him, while trying to look forward. Quite a career.

Adam Schefter @AdamSchefter

Dolphins gave Cameron Wake a 2-year, $19 million extension that includes $11 million guaranteed, per source.

Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

The Titans are paving this area outside the south end zone of Nissan Stadium, where they expanded pregame entertainment in 2016.

Matt Walks ESPN Editor 

Here in New Orleans, they're in no rush to forget about the Super Bowl.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Darrelle Revis is back out. And two people were on the outside of the Pittsburgh Municipal Court Building looking for autographs. One had a Pitt helmet; the school where Revis played.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Darrelle Revis has been arraigned. He receives a non-monetary bond. But he has to appear at all hearings, and can't have any contact with the alleged victims and witnesses -- not even on social media. He has 72 hours to submit his passport. Revis' next court date will be next Thursday.