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Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Sean Daniels, Mike Daniels' brother, in full Killer Bee mode for Comic-Con.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

They're telling Mike Daniels he looks either like Clay Matthews or Fabio.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Mike Daniels' brother, Sean, who plays for the Philadelphia Soul of the Arena Football League, is going as Killer Bee from Naruto.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cardinals re-signed veteran running back Chris Johnson to a one-year deal.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Mike Daniels, a Packers defensive lineman and a huge anime geek, is in San Diego, getting all dressed up for Comic-Con. He's going as Raikage from "Naruto."

Darren Rovell ESPN Senior Writer 

O.J. Simpson has BEEN GRANTED PAROLE. All four commissioners agree.

Mark Schwarz ESPN Reporter 

First parole board member Corda addresses Simpson. Calls Simpson a low risk to re-offend, who has community support and stable release plans. His vote is to grant his parole when eligible. Simpson weeps slightly at hearing this favorable news. He was truly moved to hear the good news. The four parole board members vote unanimously to grant parole which means Simpson is eligible October 1.

John Clayton @ClaytonESPN

That's a fair deal by the Panthers getting Trai Turner done at $11.25 million a year. The market will grow above $12 million a year soon

Adam Schefter @AdamSchefter

Panthers gave Trai Turner a 4-year $45M extension, including $20.5M gtd, per source, averaging $11.25 per year. Next a free agent at 28.

Darren Rovell ESPN Senior Writer 

Former Loveland Correctional officer Jeffrey Felix on ESPN: "The parole commissioners wanted an apology. He didn't give them an apology today."

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cowboys have signed linebacker Justin Durant with Damien Wilson facing potential league discipline, Jaylon Smith working his way back from a major knee injury and Mark Nzeocha potentially opening camp on the physically unable to perform list, according to multiple sources. Durant played in 13 games last year as a key reserve for the Cowboys.

Darren Rovell ESPN Senior Writer 

Parole Board breaking to deliberate after 78 minutes of testimony. Say they can make a final decision on O.J.'s parole in as soon as 30 minutes.

Mark Schwarz ESPN Reporter 

Fromong says he considers OJ "a good person and that he's never seen him as a threat. This is a good man. He made a mistake." Fromong says if OJ were to be released he would pick him up and as he concludes his remarks Fromong then turns to OJ Simpson who nods gratefully back at Fromong. .

Darren Rovell ESPN Senior Writer 

O.J. robbery victim Bruce Fromong: "It's time to give him his second chance. It's time to go home to his family, his friends."

Darren Rovell ESPN Senior Writer 

Bruce Fromong: "We all make mistakes. O.J. made his."

Mark Schwarz ESPN Reporter 

Fromong explains what happened in 2007 at the crime scene inside the hotel room: He says he is OJ's friend and has "never stolen from OJ". "I will make this clear to you. OJ never held a gun on me. Another came in, hit me. Not OJ."

Darren Rovell ESPN Senior Writer 

O.J. robbery victim Bruce Fromong: "O.J. never held a gun on me....he never laid a hand on me."

Mark Schwarz ESPN Reporter 

Bruce Fromong appears on OJ Simpson's behalf saying Simpson was misinformed by Thomas Riccio about what Fromong had in the hotel room. He says OJ thought there would be family heirlooms, possibly his wife's wedding ring and pictures of his children." If OJ had said "everybody out of here. Bruce and I need to talk a minute none of this would have happened." But that's not what happened.

Mark Schwarz ESPN Reporter 

In his closing remarks Simpson tells the parole board : "I am sorry. I had no intent to commit a crime." Says he tells inmates "we are all convicts. Do your time. I've done my time and I'd like to get back to my family and friends." Simpson adds, "Believe it or not I do have friends."

Darren Rovell ESPN Senior Writer 

Simpson: "I've done my time, I'd just like to get back to my family and friends. And believe me, I do have some real friends."

Darren Rovell ESPN Senior Writer 

Bruce Fromong, the victim of O.J.'s robbery for which O.J. was convicted, is scheduled to testify on behalf of O.J.'s parole.

Mark Schwarz ESPN Reporter 

"Speaking from the dead," says Simpson lawyer Malcolm LaVergne, Alfred Beardsley, one of the two victims in this case, "he has forgiven OJ Simpson." The other victim, Bruce Fromong, is in the hearing room and according to sources will soon testify that Simpson deserves to be released from prison.