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Golic blames Tebow's ego for NFL failures

Mike Golic believes Tim Tebow's ego is to blame for his NFL failures since he didn't try to play another position after he didn't cut it as a QB.

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Breshad Perriman a second-year stud

The wide receiver never played as a rookie but has a great combination of size and speed for Joe Flacco. 31 other super sophomores (Insider)

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Mike DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jaguars announce they have waived/injured WR Tony Washington.

Stephen A. Smith cannot contain himself

Smith is insulted by the idea of people comparing Tim Tebow's baseball tryouts to greats like Derek Jeter and Bryce Harper.

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Tebow: Workout not about getting publicity

Tim Tebow joined Scott Van Pelt to make clear that his baseball workout was about pursuing what he's "passionate about."

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Inside Antonio Brown's $6M non-negotiation

The Steelers' tradition with handling contracts was tested to the max. Middle ground reached

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Vet respects Kaepernick's decision

Army veteran and former long snapper Nate Boyer says angry knee-jerk responses aren't helping the conversations around Colin Kaepernick sitting for the national anthem.

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Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Ramon Humber's signing could be bad news for Bills ILB Randell Johnson, who had inside track to win potential No. 4 inside-linebacker job. Humber's signing could also be related to ILB Brandon Spikes leaving Tuesday's practice with a trainer.

QB help coming for the Vikings?

Stephen A. Smith thinks Geno Smith needs a change of scenery.

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Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

In waiving Jordan Gay, the Bills are returning to the NFL norm of carrying one kicker on their roster. Gay had been the Bills' kickoff specialist since 2014, when then-coach Doug Marrone wanted an upgrade over place kicker Dan Carpenter on kickoffs. Rex Ryan kept Gay on the roster last season under the same premise, but now the Bills will likely go back to having Carpenter kick off. NFL's new touchback rule lessens the need for Gay's strong leg.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

ILB Ramon Humber, signed by the Bills today, was released Tuesday by the Patriots. Humber, 29, has extensive special teams experience from six seasons with the Saints and two seasons with the Colts.