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June 17, 2014
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Marshawn Lynch reports to Seahawks minicamp

Seattle Blog "Star running back Marshawn Lynch has reported for the first day of Seattle Seahawks minicamp Tuesday, according to reports. Speculation ran wild after last week’s report that Lynch, 28, might not attend his team’s mandatory minicamp this week as he reportedly holds out for better contract..." June 17

  • Cleveland Plain Dealer "The Browns have agreed to terms with No. 22 overall pick Johnny Manziel, the club announced. Manziel heads into camp as the No. 2 quarterback behind Brian Hoyer. Terms of the deal were not immediately available. Browns coach Mike Pettine stressed last week that Hoyer is "securely ahead' of..." June 17

  • Colin Kaepernick understanding of Vernon Davis, Alex Boone minicamp boycott

    San Jose Mercury News "Colin Kaepernick isn't going to resent Vernon Davis and Alex Boone if they boycott the 49ers' mandatory minicamp this week because of contract disputes. "I would love to see all of our players there, but at the same time, they have to do what's best for them and make their own decisions,"..." June 17

  • The race is on to find the No. 2 Jets wide receiver

    New York Post "Who’s No. 2? That is the biggest question facing the Jets as they open a mini-camp Tuesday, as in: Who will be this team’s No. 2 wide receiver? The Jets went out in free agency and signed Eric Decker from the Broncos to a five-year, $36.25 million deal. Some question whether Decker is an..." June 17

  • Bears looking to narrow field at minicamp with 4 backup QBs

    Chicago Sun-Times "The old saying is that teams with two starting quarterbacks really have none. But what happens when a team has four backups? The Bears have their starter locked in and locked up — Jay Cutler signed a seven-year extension in January — but are looking to replace Josh McCown as Cutler’s..." June 17

  • Michael Bennett says Marshawn Lynch “should be paid”

    Seattle Times "So far, Seattle running back Marshawn Lynch — who is thinking of staging a holdout of mini-camp in an attempt to get more money from the Seahawks — is getting only support from his teammates. Center Max Unger said last week that as long as Lynch performs on Sundays, whatever Lynch does is fine..." June 17

  • Is Phil Simms still angry? Twenty years later, his sudden release from Giants stings

    Newark Star-Ledger "Although it happened 20 years ago, Phil Simms' shocking release from the Giants is still fresh in his mind. Simms, then 38, had led the Giants to an 11-5 record and a playoff appearance in 1993. The Super Bowl MVP in a victory over the Denver Broncos in the 1986 postseason and a member of the..." June 17

  • Dallas Clark announces retirement after 11 seasons

    NFL.com "Dallas Clark is retiring from the NFL after 11 seasons. He'll make it official at a Wednesday news conference with the Indianapolis Colts, the team he spent nine years with while establishing himself as one of the game's best tight ends. Paired with Peyton Manning, Clark set franchise..." June 17

  • Browns decline comment on Johnny Manziel's 'money phone' video

    Cleveland Plain Dealer "The Browns have declined to comment on Johnny Manziel's latest partying controversy -- the "money phone'' video on Instagram. A team spokesman said the club will not respond to the video, in which Manziel is holding a big stack of money and pretending it's a phone. Manziel tries to talk into..." June 17


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