Resetting the market in NFL free agency
The free-agent marketplace has slowed significantly since May began, but there are still veteran players available as training camp approaches. John Clayton lists the top 15 yet to be signed. Who is left?
GameDay 100: Jerry Rice, the trash talker?
The Hall of Famer wasn't known for his trash talk, but that doesn't mean he never tried it.
Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer
Marshawn Lynch's legacy still alive and well across Seattle. A picture here from the wall of Beth's Cafe.
Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer
Saints rookie WR Michael Thomas asked what it's like to be out there catching passes from Drew Brees: "Man, words can't really explain it. Whenever he's back there and he's throwing the ball, I'm making sure I catch it and I have my hands up and ready. ... He's a legend in my household. A lot of respect for him and the way he plays the game and the way he handles himself off the field."
Lions adapting to life without Megatron
Calvin Johnson is missed as more than a franchise wide receiver. He was one of the most respected players in the locker room and one of the hardest workers the Lions had, writes Michael Rothstein. Moving forward
Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer
Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter said Navy's Keenan Reynolds can defer military service to play in the NFL. He made the announcement during his graduation speech at the Naval Academy. "I'm truly exited to proudly serve my country while having the ability to fulfill my dream of playing for the best organization," Reynolds said.
Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer
The Browns have signed LB Emmanuel Ogbah (second-round pick) and S Derrick Kindred (fourth round) to contracts. Eight of the team's 14 draft picks are signed.
James Walker ESPN Staff Writer
Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill had high praise for second-year WR DeVante Parker (pictured) this week: "I expect him to be a heck of a football player, a guy that other teams fear."
Innocuous tweet sets off epic thread
A simple Panthers tweet trumpeting their depth at wide receiver somehow turned into a lengthy exchange of GIFs with the Bears' Twitter account. And it all ended when Carolina coach Ron Rivera got involved. Social media battle
Nihar Janga threw up the X after tying for the Spelling Bee Championship and Dez Bryant loved it.