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Time for Ravens to cut ties with McClain
The Baltimore Ravens need an inside linebacker. They don't need a headache.That's why it's in the Ravens' best interest to release Rolando McClain after his disastrous first on-field workout for the team.

Source: Bucannon to visit with Patriots
The Patriots are hosting former Washington State safety Deone Bucannon on a pre-draft visit, a league source confirmed.Aaron Wilson of National Football Post first reported the news.

Option decision on Aldon Smith looms
We are going to hear a lot about Aldon Smith in the coming weeks.The San Francisco 49ers' star pass-rusher was arrested Sunday at Los Angeles International Airport on charges of a false bomb report.

Richburg among centers eyed by Pats
The New England Patriots hold private workouts with hundreds of prospects leading into the NFL draft, so there is reluctance to read too much into those workouts.

Matt Flynn provides important insurance
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GREEN BAY, Wis. -- If the Green Bay Packers do nothing else at the quarterback position this offseason, at least they know they have someone who has proven he can win games as a backup.

What does Brandon Lloyd signing mean?
Brandon Lloyd is not the big-hit free-agent addition that DeSean Jackson or Julian Edelman would have been for the San Francisco 49ers.But for the one season he has signed for, Lloyd might be able to help the team.

NFL Nation TV debuts
Join us today at 2 p.m. ET/11 a.m. PT as ESPN’s NFL Nation TV debuts on Spreecast with host Paul Gutierrez (Oakland Raiders reporter), co-host Coley Harvey (Cincinnati Bengals reporter) and guest Jeff Legwold (Denver Broncos reporter).

Malcolm Jenkins questions RG III durability
Malcolm Jenkins only echoed what others have said about Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III. And the new Philadelphia Eagles safety didn't question Griffin's game, but, rather his ability to stay healthy.

Dolphins need 2013 draft class to step up
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Most of the attention over the next three weeks will be focused on the 2014 NFL draft, as each team tries to shape its present and future by identifying the right college players to fill needs.

Cowboys' rank in worldwide salary average
IRVING, Texas -- In a recent ranking of sports franchises, the Dallas Cowboys had the highest value of any NFL team, checking in at $2.3 billion.The Cowboys doled out an average yearly salary of $1.

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