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James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

According to a league source, the Dolphins will get a conditional 7th rounder in a trade for DE Chris McCain.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Rams haven't announced their cuts yet, but here are a few ...

Brock Huard @BrockESPN

Loved the Hawks giving Brandon Browner a shot, but there just wasn't enough speed & change of direction left in the tank to play in '16

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Joey Bosa said his mom Cheryl Bosa did not realize her Facebook comments on social media were public when she said her family should have done what Eli Manning did to the Chargers: "What do you expect from a mom?" Bosa said. "She wants what is best for me. ... It was a dumb decision. Leave it to a mom to mess up like this."

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Sounds like Damarious Randall will join Sam Shields as the Packers starting cornerbacks. "Sam and D have separated themselves," cornerback coach Joe Whitt said. "But outside of that, we're looking for that fourth, fifth guy."

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Joey Bosa said he did not get involved in the business part of contract negotiations. He trusted his parents and agents to do what's best because they've been through it before. He said it was strange to watch his team playing on TV. "We came to a fair deal and there's no animosity between any of us."

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

A few thoughts on the Dolphins' trade of DE Chris McCain to the Saints: McCain was on the roster bubble, there was a solid chance he wouldn't make the team. Miami has four veteran DEs in Mario Williams, Cameron Wake, Andre Branch and Jason Jones all ahead of McCain. The Dolphins also have to consider former No. 3 overall pick and DE Dion Jordan could take a roster spot down the road when he gets healthy. McCain was an undrafted rookie two years ago. So any draft compensation would be considered a solid turnaround. McCain has some pass-rush skill and can play a variety of special teams.

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

In addition to cutting Brandon Browner, the Seahawks have waived FB Kyle Coleman, WR Montario Hunter and DE DeAngelo Tyson. WR Deshon Foxx has been waived/injured. And nose tackle Sealver Siliga has been placed on injured reserve.

Adam Schefter @AdamSchefter

NFL suspended former Notre Dame LB and now free agent Prince Shembo for the first two weeks of this season, per source.

Brees not in agreement with Kaepernick

Drew Brees, who has long been a passionate supporter of the military, said Monday that he doesn't have an issue with Colin Kaepernick's desire to speak out against racial injustice -- just with the 49ers QB's method of protest. 'Wholeheartedly' disagree

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Adam Schefter @AdamSchefter

Veterans released today include Rams DE Quinton Coples, Jets WR Kyle Williams, Seahawks CB Brandon Browner, Lions TE Matthew Mulligan.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

With center Bryan Stork reverting back to the Patriots after failing his physical in Washington, New England has officially waived Stork on Monday. The team also placed guard Tre' Jackson on the reserve/PUP list, meaning he will be out for at least the first six games of the season.

Seeking to get Bosa up to speed quickly

Whether Joey Bosa will play in the Chargers' opening game remains to be seen, but they want to get their new defensive end acclimated as soon as possible. A wait-and-see approach

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Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

The Chargers waived WR Torrence Allen, CB Michael Lee, CB Greg Ducre, DT Bruce Gaston, C Bruce Johnson, outside linebacker Zach Hodges. The Chargers also claimed RB Gus Johnson (Falcons) and placed C Chris Watt on reserve PUP. San Diego's roster now stands at 84, and they have to get down to 75 by 4 pm ET on Tuesday.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

The low flying jets that buzzed the Panthers' practice on Monday were not practicing for a flyover for a game as first reported: Here is a statement from the FAA: "The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is looking into reports that a flight of four U.S. Air Force A-10 aircraft flew at a low altitude over the Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, NC, late this morning. FAA Air Traffic Controllers approved the pilots' request to fly over the stadium after they departed from Charlotte Douglas International Airport at 11:35 am. The flight was headed to Valdosta, GA. An FAA employee incorrectly told an official at Charlotte Douglas International Airport that the flight was a practice flyover for a football game."