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Rating the offseason for all 32 NFL teams — Why the Browns are at the top

[ad_1] The 2019 NFL offseason work has concluded. With training camp set to open in late July, we take a look back at how teams fared.NFL Nation rates each team in its offseason efforts and looks at its biggest question still to be answered.Here's how all 32 teams fared with grades:EliteOffseason goals: The Browns placed a priority on surrounding budding franchise quarterback Baker Mayfield with more weapons, connecting on the
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Veterans who could be cut by each of the NFL’s 32 teams

[ad_1] Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Terrelle Pryor and Oakland Raiders offensive lineman Richie Incognito are new to their teams, but will they still be there on opening day? Can Pittsburgh Steelers corner Artie Burns stay out of the doghouse and fight his way back up the depth chart?NFL Nation reporters pick 32 veterans who might not make opening day rosters in 2019.JUMP TO A TEAM:AFC East: BUF | MIA |
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The surprise offseason standout for all 32 teams

[ad_1] The NFL is officially on vacation and that means school's out for summer. Pencils down, we've learned all we can from organized team activities and mandatory minicamps, which came to an end this week. We won't get another live look at teams until training camps open around the league at the end of July.We've heard plenty from big names like Odell Beckham Jr. and Tom Brady, but what about
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JuJu says he has ‘no hard feelings’ toward AB

[ad_1] PITTSBURGH -- After trading Twitter barbs with Antonio Brown this offseason, JuJu Smith-Schuster is disappointed with how things ended with the All-Pro.Smith-Schuster this week kicks off his first Pittsburgh Steelers minicamp as the No. 1 receiver after the team traded Brown to the Oakland Raiders."The man's a role model. In that situation, I didn't want it to end like that," Smith-Schuster said from his locker Wednesday. "I have no
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New-look Raiders to be featured on ‘Hard Knocks’

[ad_1] The Oakland Raiders have been selected to appear on HBO's "Hard Knocks" this summer, the team announced Tuesday.The other candidates were the 49ers, the Giants, the Lions and the Redskins.The Raiders are the second AFC West team to be featured on the HBO series after the Kansas City Chiefs in 2007."Everybody wants to be a Raider. Now they'll find out what it takes to become one."We'll see you in
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Eagles’ Jenkins wants new contract at market rate

[ad_1] PHILADELPHIA -- Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins believes he has outplayed his contract and wants a new deal that reflects the current market value, he said Tuesday.Jenkins, who skipped the voluntary portion of the offseason training program, is attending the team's mandatory minicamp this week. He appeared in good spirits and is focused on the task at hand, but it's clear that the compensation issue remains unresolved."I think like any
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Mandatory NFL minicamps preview — 23 more things to watch this week

[ad_1] Now that nine teams have completed their mandatory minicamps, it's time for the 23 remaining squads to have their formal workouts. They'll do exactly that, starting Tuesday and running through Thursday.Like we did last week, we're going over the main things to watch in this week's minicamp extravaganza. From how rookies mix with veterans to which veterans choose not to show up, we're there to cover it. So here
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Packers-Raiders preseason game in Winnipeg

[ad_1] The Oakland Raiders announced Wednesday that their preseason game against the Green Bay Packers on Aug. 22 will be played in Winnipeg, Manitoba.The game will be played at IG Field, the home stadium of the CFL's Winnipeg Blue Bombers, and is scheduled for 8 p.m. ET at the 33,000-seat stadium."We are thrilled to welcome both the Oakland Raiders and Green Bay Packers to IG Field this summer," Blue Bombers
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Progress reports for all 32 NFL first-round picks

[ad_1] In early June, fans and teams alike are excited about the incoming draft picks -- especially the first-rounders. Training camp is still weeks away, but teams have had a look at their draft classes during offseason workouts and can start to get an idea of how quickly the first-round selections are adapting to the pro game. Who's off to a quick start? Who will have a hard time cracking
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Incognito pleaded guilty to second Aug. incident

[ad_1] Richie Incognito, whom the Oakland Raiders signed to a one-year deal on Tuesday, pleaded guilty in April to two misdemeanors after an incident involving his 90-year-old grandmother that took place in August in Peoria, Arizona.According to court documents obtained by ESPN, Incognito agreed to plead guilty to charges of criminal damage and disorderly conduct -- both Class 1 misdemeanors in Arizona -- after he punched a fist-sized hole in