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Browns expect the best out of Garrett.

Adam Schefter talks about the positive feedback he's heard so far regarding the 2017 No. 1 overall draft pick.

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Eclipse reactions

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Boldin: Passion for people outweighs passion for football.

Retired WR Anquan Boldin explains that the NFL gave him a great platform to serve others, but now his passion for helping people is greater than it is for playing football.

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Clay sees fantasy potential for Cook and Parker.

Mike Clay explains why he expects Vikings RB Dalvin Cook and Dolphins WR Devante Parker to put up big fantasy numbers this season.

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Ryan discusses how he's dealt with Super Bowl loss.

Atlanta Falcons QB Matt Ryan said the Falcons played aggressive all year so that wasn't going to change going into last season's Super Bowl matchup against the New England Patriots.

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Kellerman not surprised Jones is supporting Elliott.

Max Kellerman explains that he expects Jerry Jones to fully support Ezekiel Elliott during his suspension because he is known for having his players' backs.

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Raiders

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Raiders will forever be L.A.'s NFL team.

In response to Mark Davis' claim that the Raiders are Los Angeles' team, Marcellus Wiley takes it back to his Chargers days to illustrate the Raiders' impact from their time in L.A.

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First Take

Goodell deserves a new deal.

Stephen A. Smith explains why commissioner Roger Goodell deserves the reported five-year contract extension the NFL is preparing to give him as he has made great business deals for the owners and league.

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Williams breaks multiple tackles on punt return TD.

Steelers RB Trey Williams breaks free down field and muscles through multiple tackles for a 64-yard punt return touchdown during the third quarter against the Falcons.

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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.