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Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston addressed the media to apologize for engaging in an incident in the school's student union that resulted in his suspension for the first half of the team's upcoming game against Clemson.
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Vikings owners Zygi and Mark Wilf discuss their decision to put Adrian Peterson on the exempt list, barring him from all team activities until his child abuse case is resolved.
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In light of the Vikings placing RB Adrian Peterson on the exempt list, Ed Werder discusses how the Panthers will handle DE Greg Hardy, who is appealing a July 15 guilty verdict for assaulting and threatening his ex-girlfriend.
Trevor Matich discusses Florida State's decision to suspend QB Jameis Winston for the first half of Saturday's game against Clemson, and how Winston's act may hurt his team.
21 Minutes ago
Jason Whitlock reacts to the off-field issues facing the NFL, questions commissioner Roger Goodell's ability to lead and whether he should be replaced.
Herm Edwards and Brian Dawkins react to the Vikings placing RB Adrian Peterson on the exempt list.
Ed Werder reacts to the news that the NFL and its union have reached an agreement on a revised PED policy that includes testing for HGH and neutral arbitration for appeals.
Adam Schefter breaks down what being placed on the exempt list entails for a player and why it was used in Adrian Peterson's case.
Todd McShay explains why questions about Florida State QB Jameis Winston's off-the-field issues and maturity may scare some NFL teams away from drafting Winston.
5 Hours ago
ESPN NFL Insider Ed Werder discusses why the NFLPA will challenge the indefinite suspension that the NFL handed down to Ray Rice.
Heather Dinich discusses why Texas A&M's offense should be able to overcome the absence of WR Speedy Noil due to an unspecified injury, which will prevent him from playing against SMU this weekend.
6 Hours ago
ESPN Vikings reporter Ben Goessling breaks down the team's decision to place running back Adrian Peterson on the exempt list.
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