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Jaguars

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Marrone won't commit to starting QB.

Coach Doug Marrone says he is not happy with his quarterbacks' performances in Jacksonville's preseason loss to Tampa Bay.

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Koetter miffed after Folk's missed field goal.

After missing an extra point earlier in the game, Nick Folk misses a 47-yard field goal leaving Buccaneers head coach Dirk Koetter frustrated.

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Jackson: Players receive unfair scrutiny for anthem protests.

Browns head coach Hue Jackson explains that his comments regarding players' national anthem protests were taken out of context.

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Cutler has up-and-down Miami debut.

Jay Cutler goes 3-of-6 for 24 yards in the first game back from his brief retirement.

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Raiders

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Lynch changes topic on protest questions.

Marshawn Lynch deflects questions on national anthem protesting, discussing elephants and the Raiders' playbook instead.

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Rookie watch

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Wyoming's Allen on plenty of radars now.

Todd McShay breaks down how Josh Allen went from a little-heralded quarterback going into college to become one of the biggest players to watch this season.

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Dungy encourages dialogue about player protests.

Tony Dungy shares his perspective on how he would handle team conversations with players who don't stand during the national anthem.

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Best training camp catches.

One-handed catches are all the rage, highlighted by the one-handed king, OBJ.

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Power rankings

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Super Bowl teams headline Power Rankings.

This season will pick up right where last season left off.

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Meyer worries about Elliott.

Urban Meyer is concerned about the people his former player, Ezekiel Elliott, is surrounding himself with.

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  • The perfect NFL roster

    No NFL team is flawless -- until now. We narrowed down the 1,696-player pool to build the best possible 53-man roster, all while staying under the $167 million salary cap.