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The big questions in the NFL as teams head into training camp

Football is a game of hunches. At this time of year, with rosters just taking shape, there are far more questions than answers. From relocated teams to rehabilitated players, to rookies looking to make a splash, there are all sorts of compelling story lines. Ten questions as we head into NFL training...

  • Steelers' Bell and Villanueva should skip camp

    Steelers' Bell and Villanueva should skip camp

    PITTSBURGH - Le'Veon Bell didn't get his long-term contract from the Steelers, and now there is speculation that he might skip training camp. Alejandro Villaneuva might be a no-show, too, as he has yet to sign his tender. That's actually the best Steelers news of the week in my opinion. Bell and...

  • As reports conflict, Chargers first-round pick Mike Williams' injury situation unclear

    As reports conflict, Chargers first-round pick Mike Williams' injury situation unclear

    Mike Williams might need season-ending surgery on his lower back. Or, Mike Williams might be improving from nonsurgical treatment and will avoid surgery that would have cost him his rookie season. Right now, anyone who says they know for sure probably doesn’t. Williams, the Chargers’ first-round...

  • Fantasy football 2017: Do not draft these players

    The following players are not completely undraftable, because everyone is worth selecting — at the right price. But their current prices, as determined by their ADPs (average draft position) at Fantasy Pros, make them too expensive for what you're likely to get in return. — Des Bieler, Washington...

  • Farm to honor Tom Brady with corn maze in his image 

    Farm to honor Tom Brady with corn maze in his image 

    A Massachusetts farm is honoring Tom Brady with a corn maze designed in his image. Sauchuk's Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch in the town of Plympton said Sunday that its 10th corn maze will feature the New England Patriots' star quarterback. The maze will open Sept. 16. The design has been unveiled...

  • Steve Smith Sr. has a zinger ready for Panthers GM's firing

    Steve Smith Sr. has a zinger ready for Panthers GM's firing

    In Dave Gettleman’s four seasons as Panthers general manager, Carolina went 40-23-1, made three postseason appearances and came within a win of a Super Bowl title. He also ticked off a lot of veteran Panthers. So when news broke Monday that Gettleman had been fired, Steve Smith Sr. pulled no punches....

  • Cowboys star Ezekiel Elliott involved in incident at Dallas bar, reports say

    Cowboys star Ezekiel Elliott involved in incident at Dallas bar, reports say

    Dallas Cowboys star running back Ezekiel Elliott was involved in an incident at a bar in Dallas on Sunday night, according to multiple media reports. The Dallas Police Department stated that officers were dispatched to the Clutch Bar and Restaurant around 9:40 p.m. A 30-year-old male claimed he...

  • Carolina Panthers fire GM less than two weeks before training camp

    Carolina Panthers fire GM less than two weeks before training camp

    The Carolina Panthers have fired general manager have fired general manager Dave Gettleman less than two weeks before the opening of training camp. Team owner Jerry Richardson said Monday in a statement he made the decision after a long evaluation of the team's football operations. Richardson also...

  • O.J. Simpson faces good chance at parole in Nevada robbery

    O.J. Simpson faces good chance at parole in Nevada robbery

    O.J. Simpson, the former football star, TV pitchman and now Nevada prison inmate No. 1027820, will have a lot going for him when he asks state parole board members this week to release him after serving more than eight years for an ill-fated bid to retrieve sports memorabilia. Now 70, Simpson will...

  • NFL players shouldn't gripe over NBA salaries

    NFL players shouldn't gripe over NBA salaries

    We interrupt this profane rant from Conor McGregor to bring you the latest NFL news: If you see a homeless player at an intersection holding a “Will Tackle For Food” sign, do him a favor. Take away his phone before he tweets again. “NFL makes more than NBA and their players make way more … something...

  • 'The guy can play:' Steve Young sees Colin Kaepernick situation differently than Joe Montana

    'The guy can play:' Steve Young sees Colin Kaepernick situation differently than Joe Montana

    Joe Montana recently made headlines with his take on Colin Kaepernick, and if one legendary San Francisco quarterback opining on the recent ex-49er is good, two is better, right? Especially if the second legendary San Francisco quarterback happens to be Steve Young, who, not surprisingly, didn't...

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