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Mara 'comfortable' re-signing Brown

Giants owner John Mara defends his decision to re-sign kicker Josh Brown despite domestic violence allegations against Brown.

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Manziel and CFL wouldn't be good match

Kevin Seifert details why Johnny Manziel would not be a good fit for the Canadian Football League on and off the field.

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Golic: If I'm Bosa, I'm reporting

There is a lot on the line for Joey Bosa, but Mike Golic advises the rookie to save the fight for his next contract negotiation.

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What Norman's move to the NFC means

The First Take crew examines Redskins cornerback Josh Norman's transition to the NFC East, where he'll go head-to-head with some of the best wide receivers in the NFL.

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Cam Newton can get even better in 2016

Panthers QB Cam Newton already won an MVP award for his play in 2015, but Bill Barnwell considers what Superman can still do to improve even more. Unlimited potential

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High expectations for Elliott in NFL debut

Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott will take the first step toward trying to fulfill Dallas' needs when he makes his debut Thursday. Running game

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Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Todd Gurley, the man who is not to be touched, was near the bottom of the pile. Fisher: "That was his choice, OK? We all need to be smarter than that, but that was his choice. Shows you what kind of competitor he is."

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Alec Ogletree, Benny Cunningham, Todd Gurley and others got in a fight today, which forced Jeff Fisher to halt practice. Fisher said he's "not concerned about it carrying over into the game." "It was just competing, man," Ogletree said. "Tempers flare, you know."

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ICYMI: Chargers pulled offer to unsigned Joey Bosa after the rookie rejected what team said was their best offer. es.pn/2bhCPLL

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

The Chiefs have released wide receiver Mike Williams and safety Stevie Brown. Neither veteran was getting much playing time in practice or the preseason.

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

New video boards in the Mercedes-Benz Superdome are pretty sweet -- and huge. The 333-foot-wide boards will make their debut during Saints' home preseason opener Friday against the Steelers. (Photo via Saints Twitter account)

NFL players turn to deep freeze recovery

Michael Rothstein examines the increased use of cryospas and cryosaunas in the NFL as the technology becomes more popular.

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