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  1. Golf with President made Aaron Rodgers nervous

    Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is known for being unflappable under pressure. But being cool and calm all changed when he played golf with President Barack Obama. Read

  2. NFL community observes Memorial Day

    In honor to those who have served, NFL teams, coaches and players took to Twitter to observe Memorial Day. Take a look at what some players had to say. Read

  3. Players Debate

    Who will lead the NFL in rushing?

    Adrian Peterson posted a league-high 1,485 rushing yards in 2015. Will he pace the league once again in the coming season? Could Todd Gurley or Ezekiel Elliott knock him from the throne? Read

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  5. Biggest AFC weak spots

    Offense is one of the biggest concerns for the Denver Broncos and New York Jets heading into the 2016 season. Gregg Rosenthal takes a look at the biggest weak spot for each AFC team. Read

  6. CFB 24/7: Path to the Draft

    Best and worst NFL draft picks of all-time: AFC South

    Twice in the 1990s the Colts used a No. 1 overall pick on a quarterback. One was spectacular; the other not so much. Here are the best and worst all-time draft picks for each AFC South team. Read

  7. That gets me 10 times more nervous than the first snap in a game or a snap in the fourth quarter when you've got to make a play. I'm worried about hitting people, I'm worried about whiffing, I'm worried about looking terrible out there.

    Aaron Rodgers

    - Aaron Rodgers, on playing golf with President Obama.

  8. Reynolds graduates from Navy, ready for NFL

    One recent NFL draftee, Keenan Reynolds, graduated from college this weekend. But his school, and his story, go lot deeper than just a diploma and a degree on a three-day weekend. Watch
  9. NFL Now

    Ranking the top pinpoint passers

    David Carr sits down with NFL Now to break down the league's most accurate quarterbacks. Which three signal callers do the best job of putting their passes right on the money? Watch

  10. Harbaugh: Conditioning remains an issue for T-Rich

    For Trent Richardson, it's the same old story. The former first-round running back already suffered an injury that sidelined him during OTAs, and coach John Harbaugh blames conditioning for his issues. Read

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  12. The 10 most talented rosters in 2016

    Even sans Marshawn Lynch, the Seahawks have underrated offensive talent, and the Legion of Boom is still intact. Does Seattle have the NFL's most talented roster? Bucky Brooks gives his top 10. Read

  13. Ryan: Saints' last-place defense wasn't my fault

    Rob Ryan recently cleared up confusion surrounding his stint as Saints DC. Rob said it wasn't his fault for the team's last-place defensive finish. Sean Payton doesn't see it that way. Read

  14. Fantasy is back: Sign up now

    It's time to get ready for the 2016 fantasy season to begin. Start your own league, renew an existing one or join an NFL-managed group. Sign up now for free to get in on the action! Read

  15. Summer Gear, Free Shipping

    Summer Gear, Free Shipping

    With training camps approaching, get your wardrobe up to date with the latest gear from NFL Shop and receive free shipping. Shop

  16. Browns plan on being run-oriented football team

    Though it sounds ridiculous for a team that drafted five wide receivers, including one in the first round, the Browns are hellbent on being a run-oriented football team. Read

  17. End Around: Savor the Ryan brothers

    Dan Hanzus and the entire state of Maryland are asking the same question: Is Joe Flacco an elite quarterback? Plus, get your weekly dose of the Ryan Bros., J.J. Watt and more. Read

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  19. Cinderella candidates: Will Raiders disrupt division?

    Bold moves in free agency coupled with the anticipated development of Derek Carr and Amari Cooper will make the Oakland Raiders a team to watch in 2016, Conor Orr writes. Read

  20. On the Mark: Sanchez grinding to be Denver's guy

    Mark Sanchez might not be the ideal quarterback for a defending Super Bowl champion, but Jeffri Chadiha says the 29-year-old can be the game manager the Denver Broncos need in 2016. Read

  21. Eleven NBA-NFL player comparisons

    With the NBA Conference Finals in full swing, we make 11 NBA-NFL player comparisons, including one for reigning NBA MVP Stephen Curry. Read

  22. The Brandt Report

    Building the perfect quarterback

    Gil Brandt decides to stop searching for the perfect QB and put one together himself. Take the accuracy of Drew Brees, the athleticism of Cam Newton, the running ability of Russell Wilson ... Read

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