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NFL to interview players named in PED film

Julius Peppers, Clay Matthews and James Harrison are expected to meet with the NFL next month as part of an investigation into an Al-Jazeera America report on PEDs.

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Report: Police turn Agholor case over to DA

Philadelphia Magazine reports that the Nelson Agholor sexual assault investigation has been turned over to the district attorney's office.

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Vegas stadium planners present new numbers

A governor's panel studying a proposed 65,000-seat domed stadium in Las Vegas to lure an NFL franchise was greeted Thursday with a pep talk and changing financial figures.

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15mBill Barnwell

Sports Misery Index: Cleveland passes its crown

Now that the Cavs have won a championship, which city replaces Cleveland as the most tortured? Bill Barnwell unveils his Misery Index to determine the fan base that has suffered the most.

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NFL Nation: Could an AFC South QB surpass Andrew Luck?

Luck took the league by storm during his first three seasons, but he came crashing back down in 2015, partially due to injuries and turnover problems. And now the other three teams in the division believe they have franchise quarterbacks.

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Who are the top projected fantasy NFL rookies? (2:03)
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Tony Romo makes teen's wish come true at camp

At his annual camp in his hometown in Wisconsin, Tony Romo relished the opportunity to connect with hundreds of kids, including one cancer survivor.

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QB Vernon Adams to use CFL as a launchpad

Vernon Adams knows the CFL won't make him any taller, but the league has helped other players get to the NFL, and the undrafted star could be the next.

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Jim Brown: I have nothing but admiration for LeBron (1:35)
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Florida NFL teams give $400K to OneOrlando

The three Florida-based NFL teams are combining to give $400,000 to the OneOrlando Fund to support the victims' families and survivors of the deadly nightclub shooting in Orlando.

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Dallas PD: Manziel reports hit-and-run crash

The Dallas Police Department says former Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel reported being involved in a hit-and-run collision Monday night, but the player's publicist said he was not injured.

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Von Miller back on field -- at his football camp

Nearly 600 kids and dozens of coaches joined Von Miller at his football camp not far from Broncos headquarters, which the linebacker has avoided since shortly after leading Denver to a title.

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Bills owner: NFL asked about new stadium plans

Bills owner Terry Pegula said in a radio interview Wednesday that the NFL has asked him about plans to build a new stadium, and he said the team is "evaluating" options.

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NFL Nation: How is Cam Newton viewed within NFC South?

The Panthers quarterback seems to be a lightning rod for as much criticism as he gets praise. How does the rest of the division view the league MVP? Is Newton liked, or do players consider him a phony?

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Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Some Nissan employees had a chance to get an autographed football from Derrick Henry as the corporate sponsor welcomed him into Heisman House.

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Should Broncos be nervous about Miller?

With no negotiations between the Broncos and Von Miller since early June, Louis Riddick believes Denver should be very nervous about Miller's status for this season.

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Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Derrick Henry welcomed into Nissan's Heisman House in Franklin, Tenn. After several employees shouted "Roll Tide," another capped it with "Roll Titans."

Luck poised to redefine QB market

Josina Anderson says Andrew Luck should be expected to make an average of $25M per season when he signs a new contract.

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Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Jacksonville Jaguars and Miami Dolphins have joined forces to help victims and survivors of the Pulse nightclub shooting, contributing $400,000 to the OneOrlando Fund.

The Sports Misery Index

Bill Barnwell unveils his Misery Index to determine the fans who have suffered the most. Cleveland passes its crown

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NFL, Bucs, Dolphins, Jags uniting to support victims' families and survivors of Orlando tragedy, contributing $400,000 to OneOrlando Fund.