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Aqib Talib and Marcus Peters How a Pair of Risk-Taking Corners Could Give the Rams the Edge

The Rams went ultra-aggressive in the offseason, no more so than at cornerback, where they brought in wily veteran Aqib Talib and electric but volatile young star Marcus Peters. The team that scored the most points in the NFL last year will look to shut things down on the other side of the ball

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Sophomore surge Saints tackle Ryan Ramczyk could be even better in second season

Ryan Ramczyk was still a question mark at this point last year.  Hard to believe now. Ramczyk, the rookie who started out the season on the left side, moved to the right when Zach Strief went down and promptly established himself as one of the NFL's best right tackles, still hadn't taken a snap

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Chandler Jones explains simply accurately what makes Rob Gronkowski great

Rob Gronkowski is best known for his abilities as a dominant pass-catching tight end. There's so much more to his game. His versatility is dumbfounding. “Rob does things that wide receivers do, Rob does things that tight ends do and Rob does things that offensive linemen do,” Cardinals defensive

Read more: https://patriotswire.usatoday.com/2018/06/20/chandler-jones-explains-simply-accurately-what-makes-rob-gronkowski-great/?src=rss

NFL bubble watch 32 veterans who could be cut before Week 1

ESPN.com Could the Steelers and Packers part ways with two talented quarterbacks they drafted? Will the Bills and Titans move on from two promising pass-rushers? Will the Seahawks have room for Brandon Marshall on their Week 1 roster? NFL Nation reporters pick 32 veterans who might not make opening-day

Read more: http://cdn.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/23833080/veterans-roster-bubble-all-32-nfl-teams-2018?src=rss?src=rss

Will Eagles Michael Bennett kneel for national anthem

For at least three days, Michael Bennett was in Philadelphia last week, participating in the Eagles' mandatory three-day minicamp, his first official practices with an organization that traded for him back in March. It was his first time making a public apperance since his introductory press conference

Read more: http://www.nj.com/eagles/index.ssf/2018/06/will_eagles_michael_bennett_kneel_for_national_anthem_what_d.html?src=rss



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