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47mJohn Clayton

Ranking all 32 NFL teams by blue-chip players

John Clayton expands the #NFLRank top 100 to identify which teams are loaded to compete now and which will be aiming to compete in the future. New England and Seattle lead the way.

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Roethlisberger not in favor of Kaepernick sitting down for national anthem (1:53)
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19hMark Dominik

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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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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1dKevin Seifert

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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Kaepernick's jersey already getting the burn treatment (0:58)
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21hJeff Legwold

Trevor Siemian wasn't handed QB job, he won it

Trevor Siemian, a seventh-round pick in 2015, has earned the Broncos' starting QB job, showing a strong arm and stronger grasp of the offense.

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5dMike 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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Katherine Terrell ESPN Staff Writer 

Andrew Whitworth on released WR Brandon Tate, the Bengals all-time leading kick returner: "He was a pro's pro and will be missed."

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

How much time will Tony Romo miss with a compression fracture in his back? Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones to 105.3 The Fan in Dallas: "I don't know and don't know that anybody does," Jones said. "But it's quite a range there, four to six, six to eight, eight to (10)." Yet coach Jason Garrett has yet to even rule Romo out of the season opener against the New York Giants.

Katherine Terrell ESPN Staff Writer 

Bengals WR Brandon Tate has been released, according to a source.

Steve Spurrier on life after football

Steve Spurrier stops by SportsCenter to talk about his life after retiring from coaching and what he misses the most.

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Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Sean Payton said Saints plan to play their starters in first quarter of Thursday's preseason finale, and it sounds like that includes QB Drew Brees, who hasn't played in preseason finale since 2006. That shows how eager Saints are to get some momentum going after a sloppy 0-3 start to this preseason.

Calvin Johnson can't dance

Ahead of former NFL player Calvin Johnson being announced as a contestant on “Dancing with the Stars,” we look back to Johnson admitting he does not have any rhythm on the dance floor.

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Mike DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jaguars have completed their cuts to 75. They cut DE Bjoern Werner and. TE Nic Jacobs and places S James Sample on IR this morning.

Lochte would like ‘the whole world to move on’

Mike and Mike react to Ryan Lochte confirming his slot on this season's “Dancing with the Stars” and mentions that he would like for the whole world to ‘move on' past his embarrassing Rio fiasco.

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Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cowboys hope they need a veteran backup quarterback for 6-8 games before Tony Romo returns. Why would they give up a draft pick of any kind and the possible four-year value it could bring? The bet is they add a veteran as a free agent or make conditions of trade compensation hard to meet.

Roethlisberger: Steelers unanimously voted down 2011 CBA

Ben Roethlisberger backs Ramon Foster's warning to players to save money for a potential lockout and reminds Golic that the Steelers were the only team to unanimously vote down the 2011 CBA agreement.

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Roethlisberger: Steelers unanimously voted down 2011 CBA

Ben Roethlisberger backs Ramon Foster's warning to players to save money for a potential lockout and reminds Golic that the Steelers were the only team to unanimously vote down the 2011 CBA agreement.

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Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Tight end Mitchell Henry (hand) and running John Crockett (shoulder) both have injuries that likely would keep them out past Week 1, per sources. Both expected to be waived/injured.