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Russell Wilson reiterates his desire to remain in Seattle

While the saga over his contract status continues, Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson is adamant that he'd rather stay with his current team as opposed to starting somewhere else in 2016. "The rest will work out. The contract will work itself out. I'm excited about it and excited to hopefully be a Seattle Seahawk for a really, really long time," Wilson said, per NFL...
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Redskins CB David Amerson looks to redeem himself after subpar 2014

After a lackluster performance in 2014, Washington Redskins cornerback David Amerson finds himself relegated to a mere nickleback role, behind Bashaud Breeland and free agent pickup Chris Culliver on the depth chart. While acknowledging his indecisiveness during last season with zero interceptions and only 7 pass breakups, Amerson is focused on winnign his starting job back in...
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Dallas Cowboys: Monday web roundup

Jerry Jones: Morris Claiborne could "surprise" in 2015 season Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is optimistic that Morris Claiborne can reignite his NFL career in the 2015 season after a below-par start to life in the league ... Dallas Cowboys: Secondary Again In Draft? While they did add Byron Jones in the 2015 NFL Draft, it wouldn't come as a surprise if the Dallas Cowboys...
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Rookie LB Jake Ryan ready to take control in the middle of Packers' defense

Green Bay Packers coach Mike McCarthy said rookie linebacker Jake Ryan looks “natural” inside in defensive coordinator Dom Capers’ system. The team selected Ryan with the No. 129 overall pick in the 2015 NFL draft, and at 6'2, 240 pounds, Ryan has lined up at both linebacker and defensive end at Michigan, racking up 45.5 career tackles for loss, 9.5 sacks and seven forced...
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Former first round pick D.J. Hayden in danger of losing starting cornerback position

According to Chris Wesseling of NFL.com, the Oakland Raiders selected cornerback D.J. Hayden in the first round (12th pick overall) of the 2013 NFL Draft, but it seems his lofty draft status may not be enough for him to keep the starting job. Hayden worked mainly with the second-team defense in minicamp and 2014 fourth-round pick Keith McGill worked with the first team ahead...
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John Clayton: Vikings gaining steam as a 2015 sleeper and for good reason

The Minnesota Vikings have been creating a buzz this offseason and after weathering the Adrian Peterson storm, the team is in position to make some serious strides in 2015. According to John Clayton of ESPN, the Vikings are rolling into training camp with the wind at their backs. Clayton writes: 'It's not a stretch to expect a healthy Peterson to add 30 yards a game to the Vikings...
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ESPN Analyst KC. Joyner says Steelers the 'team to beat in the AFC'

According to KC. Joyner of ESPN, the Pittsburgh Steelers should be considered the team to beat in the AFC. The Steelers have a top five offense and a young but getting better defense, but the strongest point is having three head coaches on one coaching staff in Mike Tomlin, Todd Haley, and Mike Munchak, who rebuilt the offensive line while turning the unitinto a major strength...
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Florio: The Seahawks could send Wilson to another team for its starting quarterback

On the surface it seems almost unthinkable, but in the NFL where value rules all, the Seattle Seahawks could conceivably trade Russell Wilson if contract talks break down to the point of no return. According to Mike Florio of Profootballtalk.com, the scenario seems far fetched but could be more realistic than one would think. Florio writes: 'Here’s how it likely would unfold...
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CB David Amerson 'maturing' into a well rounded cover man

Washington Redskins second-year cornerback David Amerson has both coach Jay Gruden and defensive coordinator Joe Barry are in agreement that the young cover man is growing into a good NFL corner after a solid offseason. Amerson said that he's matured and that he's worked on getting stronger and fundamentals that will help get better once training camp starts. “This offseason...
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Veteran WR Brandon Gibson adding new dimension to Patriots offense

New England Patriots’ wide receiver Brandon Gibson is looking to add something the team's receiving corps had lacked recently, a good sized (6'0', 210) pass catcher who can play all three wideout spots in the team's offense. Gibson, 27, spent 2014 as Miami's No. 4 receiver behind Mike Wallace, Jarvis Landry, and Brian Hartline; however, he played under offensive coordinator...
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Jeremy Maclin says Alex Smith 'has a guy he can trust'

Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Jeremy Maclin said that he has been clicking with quarterback Alex Smith during the spring and that he’s never 'been off to a better start.' General manager John Dorsey and Andy Reid decided to bring in one of the coaches' old favorite pass catcher in Jeremy Maclin, and so far the wideout and quarterback Alex Smith have been developing good...
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LB Barkevious Mingo ready to battle for starting OLB position

Cleveland Browns linebacker Barkevious Mingo will have to "earn playing time" this year according to defensive coordinator Jim O'Niel. "We're deep in every position group," said O'Neil, via Cleveland.com. "Mingo is going to have to come back ready to go, and he's going to have to earn it." O'Neil said.  After undergoing offseason surgery to fix a torn labrum, Mingo will...
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LB Koa Misi adjusting to the middle of the defense

Miami Dolphins linebacker Koa Misi said he has made progress as a middle linebacker this offseason after playing in the middle for the first time last season. After playing on the outside his previous four years, he feels more comfortable after an offseason of work. Misi also feels with Ndamukong Suh locking up blockers in front of him, he could become a major force in the...
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Giants expecting big year from DT Johnathan Hankins after breakout season in 2014

New York Giants third-year defensive tackle Johnathan Hankins is ready to have a huge season under new defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo. Hankins, 6'2, 320-pounds, had a breakout campaign in 2014, totaling 51 tackles, 7.0 sacks, and a forced fumble in 16 starts in his sophomore season. His defensive line coach Robert Nunn said he surprised a lot of people last year, but...
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S Ryan Mundy says defense will 'put a lot of pressure on the quarterback'

Chicago Bears safety Ryan Mundy like the new defense coordinator Vic Fangio has installed and said unlike the old 'Tampa 2' system, this defense will give opposing signal caller's headaches. "We're putting a lot more pressure on the quarterback, and not just from the defensive line, but from the secondary positions," Mundy said, via ESPN. "We're playing routes a lot tighter...
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Monday web roundup: Pittsburgh Steelers

Several positions up for grabs with Pittsburgh Steelers The Pittsburgh Steelers, excluding Le'Veon Bell's three-game suspension, figure to return all 11 offensive starters next season. That said, one of them may be ... Pittsburgh Steelers Training Camp Profile: RB Dri Archer The Pittsburgh Steelers took Archer in the third round of the draft, higher than many teams had him...
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Monday web roundup: Green Bay Packers

Jayrone Elliott Has Odd Goals Outside linebacker Jayrone Elliott was one of those guys who tore it up during the preseason for the Green Bay Packers last year. As an undrafted free agent, ... Packers host 7-on-7 Passing Tournament GREEN BAY - The Green Bay Packers are off for the next month. But that doesn't mean their facilities need to take a break, right? The Don Hutson...
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Monday web roundup: Dallas Cowboys

Jerry Jones: Morris Claiborne could "surprise" in 2015 season Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is optimistic that Morris Claiborne can reignite his NFL career in the 2015 season after a below-par start to life in the league ... Dallas Cowboys: Secondary Again In Draft? While they did add Byron Jones in the 2015 NFL Draft, it wouldn't come as a surprise if the Dallas Cowboys...
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Monday web roundup: Minnesota Vikings

Mike Wallace Is Being a Good Team Player...So Far Everything's coming up roses so far between the Minnesota Vikings and ... way to dispel reports that he was unhappy about being sent to Minnesota, a place he ... NFL Rumors: Minnesota Vikings RB Adrian Peterson brings Vikes teammates to Houston Texas for workout training session The Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson...
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Monday web roundup: Oakland Raiders

Financing Plan for Stadium Called a Lousy Deal for Raiders Finance experts say a long-awaited plan for a new Raiders stadium is a lousy deal ... The Oakland Tribune (http://bayareane.ws/1GEpXqC ) reports Saturday its ... DJ Hayden Could Lose His Spot With Oakland Raiders McGill is the one that's in his spot as last year, he looked like the Raiders' best corner once healthy...
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Steve Weatherford compares Eagles QBs to cars

New York Giants punter Steve Weatherford has an intertesting take on the divisional rival Philadelphia Eagles QB corps - they're just like automobiles. Weatherford revealed his not-so-flattering opinions of Tim Tebow, Mark Sanchez and Sam Bradford Friday on the "Boomer and Carton" show, per ESPN.com. "I'm gonna give you a Ferrari [Bradford] that maybe won't be running all...
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QB Alex Smith says Chiefs passing game ready to take flight

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith said that the passing offense has made 'significant steps' and that the unit is ready to make the jump into being a threat to opposing defenses. In the previous seasons, the passing game has been a horizontal attack that didn't produce many big plays; however, the addition of Jeremy Maclin and the high expectations for their young pass...
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DC Greg Williams believes defense can be 'special'

St. Louis Rams second-year defensive coordinator Greg Williams feels his defense is starting to grasp the playbook and terminology after being in the system for a year now and said that he feels the unit has the potential to be 'special.' “It’s one thing for a coach to talk to all the defense,” Williams said, via St.Louis Post-Dispatch. “It’s one thing for a coach...
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OL Weston Richburg back in wheelhouse at center

New York Giants second-year offensive lineman Weston Richburg played 15 games at guard in his rookie season but after the release of starter J.D. Walton, he's back at his natural position. "I am in control of things," Richburg said about playing center, via Giants.com. Richburg, 6'3, 296, will be leading a line that will feature five new players at the five line positions....
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Patriots’ defensive backs plan to workout with Darrelle Revis

According to Mike Reiss of ESPN, New England Patriots safety Devin McCourty said despite the defection of cornerback Darrelle Revis to the rival Jets, the team's defensive backs will for the second season in a row, workout with their former teammate. Revis bolted for the money this offseason returning to the team that originally drafted him and getting Patriots fans riled up...
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