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Dolphins agree to deal with WR Trey Griffey.

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Wide receiver Trey Griffey, son of Baseball Hall of Fame outfielder Ken Griffey Jr., is signing with the Miami Dolphins, a source told ESPN’s Adam Schefter on Monday.

Griffey was released by the Indianapolis Colts last week and became a free agent on Monday.

Griffey was an undrafted free agent out of the University of Arizona. He had 79 catches for 1,241 yards and six touchdowns in his college career.

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Marvin Lewis will miss the time in Bangladesh due to cysts

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Cincinnati Bengals coach Marvin Lewis missed practice Tuesday to deal with a cyst in his knee, a team source told NFL

Network’s Stacey Dales.

The team released a statement noting the issue is “minor” and that Lewis’ absence is expected to be brief. The Bengals did

not state the specific nature of Lewis’ injury in the statement.

Lewis is taking medicine to break up what has been diagnosed as a Baker’s Cyst. He was taken to the hospital Tuesday by

team medical staff after his ankle swelled to twice its normal size due to blood thinners he was taking, Dales reported.

“Coach Marvin Lewis will be taking time away from the team to focus on a minor health issue,” the statement read. “He will

be back as soon as possible, which could be today or later this week. Special teams coordinator Darrin Simmons will lead

the team during Coach Lewis’ absence.”

A Baker’s Cyst is a fluid-filled cyst in the knee that can cause joint swelling, according to the Mayo Clinic.

Lewis, 58, enters his 15th season as head coach of the Bengals, compiling a 118-103-3 record with seven playoff

appearances.

Simmons has been with the Bengals for 15 years.

We expect Lewis’ absence to have little effect on a Bengals team that relies heavily on their coordinators during camp

practices. Cincinnati kicks off the preseason at home Friday night against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers

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Jonathan Stewart: No one can cover Christian McCaffrey one by one

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SPARTANBURG, S.C. — Christian McCaffrey has received a lot of praise since the Carolina Panthers selected him with the eighth pick of the NFL draft, but none higher than he got Sunday from his backfield mate.

“He’s pretty unstoppable as far as coming out of the backfield and running routes,” Pro Bowl running back Jonathan Stewart said. “I can tell you now there’s not going to be anybody in this league that can cover him one-on-one.

“He’s a special player.”

The Panthers took McCaffrey in the first round because of his versatility as a running back and receiver. He has shown throughout the first week of training camp few can stay with him in open space.

He already has gotten the best of Pro Bowl linebackers Luke Kuechly and Thomas Davis with open-field moves. Kuechly said the former Stanford star has “shakes.”

“He’s very precise with his movements,” Kuechly said. “He’s in and out of breaks quick. I think he’s going to be somebody that helps us out.”

Christian McCaffrey

Stewart typically is soft-spoken and reserved with his comments. But he couldn’t say enough good things about the 2015 Heisman Trophy runner-up, who broke Barry Sanders’ NCAA record for all-purpose yards in a season.

Stewart said it starts with McCaffrey’s preparation.

“His preparation is like a vet, which it should be,” he said. “Like rookies learn when they get into the league every year, there’s no such thing as being a rookie.

“His approach to the game, his focus, his mental on the craft is a 10.”

Stewart will share the backfield with McCaffrey this season as he did with DeAngelo Williams early in his career. Stewart is considered the power back and McCaffrey a change-of-pace back who also can play slot receiver.

The Panthers also have lined McCaffrey up wide in training camp in attempts to get him paired one-on-one with a defender.

Stewart called McCaffrey’s first step “deadly.”

“You want to call me the big bruiser or whatever,” he said. “I don’t know what you’re going to call him. But he’s a special player and we’ve got to use him the right way.”

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Panthers release OT Michael Orr body unqualified

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Panthers offensive tackle Michael Oher, who has been in the NFL concussion protocol since last September, was released Thursday after failing a physical.

It was the second move made by interim general manager Marty Hurney since being hired Wednesday. Earlier in the day, he gave right guard Trai Turner a four-year, $45 million extension with $20.45 million guaranteed.

Oher, 31, is guaranteed $900,000 as part of injury protection benefits. His release saved the Panthers $1.69 million toward the salary cap. He had three years remaining on his contract after signing an extension last season.

 

Michael Oher
“The most important thing is his health,” Panthers coach Ron Rivera said, according to the team’s website. “Michael’s health always came first. We were not going to force the issue. Michael understood and we expressed that to him.”

Oher had planned to report to training camp, a league source told ESPN.com last week, but his future with the team remained in doubt because of the concussion.

The Panthers appeared set to move on with Daryl Williams and rookie Taylor Moton at right tackle after a June minicamp. Oher reported for the camp but never took the field.

Oher was a first-round draft pick in 2009 and played in two Super Bowls, winning a championship with the Baltimore Ravens in February 2013. But he was best known because his life story was the catalyst for the 2009 movie “The Blind Side,” starring Sandra Bullock.

Oher is set to appear in a Nashville, Tennessee, court on Friday. He faces a misdemeanor assault charge, stemming from an altercation with an Uber driver in April.

Earlier this week Oher defended former Panthers general manager Dave Gettleman, who was fired Monday.

Oher joined the Panthers in 2015 and started all 16 regular-season games at left tackle during a 15-1 season and run to the Super Bowl. He started the first three games of the 2016 season before going into the concussion protocol.

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Richard Sherman vs. NFL Player: Want a bigger deal? Willing to strike

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Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman says NFL players would have to be willing to strike in order to get huge guaranteed contracts like the ones being signed this offseason by NBA players.

On Saturday, NBA free agents agreed to deals totaling nearly $1 billion in the first 24 hours of free agency.

In an appearance on the ESPYS Red Carpet on Wednesday, Sherman was asked by ESPN’s Jalen Rose if NFL players would have to consider striking to get similar deals.

“Oh, 100 percent,” Sherman said. “If we want as the NFL, as a union, to get anything done, players have to be willing to strike. That’s the thing that guys need to 100 percent realize.

“You’re going to have to miss games, you’re going to have to lose some money if you’re willing to make the point, because that’s how MLB and NBA got it done. They missed games, they struck, they flexed every bit of power they had, and it was awesome. It worked out for them.”

Sherman also said NFL players have to re-evaluate how they look at contracts and longevity, pointing to deals signed by the Golden State Warriors’ Kevin Durant and the Cleveland Cavaliers’ LeBron James.

“NBA players like KD and LeBron are sitting there taking two-year deals like it’s nothing,” Sherman said. “They figure, ‘I’ll take a two-year deal because I’m going to wait for the salary cap to increase and get another bite at the apple.’ In our sport, they won’t do it.”

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In 2017, Darrelle Revis will land with the NFL team?

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As training camp draws near, a 31-year-old cornerback with seven Pro Bowl nods still toils in plain sight without a team to call home.

Darrelle Revis is currently working out in Florida, according to Bleacher Report. As was expected, the offset language remaining in his Jets contract is keeping him from the playing field. Revis is set to make $6 million this year, meaning that it would not make much financial sense to play for less.

The update, which basically puts Revis in the place we all expected following his separation from the Jets, does little to provide any hope that we’ll see Revis soon. As someone who watched him define the persona of a shutdown cornerback during his halcyon days between 2009-2014, I was eager for another chapter. The Revis who slogged to the end of a forgettable Jets season in 2016 with a horde of teammates making excuses for him was not the player we all grew to appreciate.

There are teams absolutely threadbare at cornerback for the upcoming season, though apparently not at the point to offer Revis enough to start generating some serious conversations. The inevitable injury bug could change circumstances, though it would have to be a team willing to spend top dollar on a flier.

It would also have to be a team that plays a good amount of man defense and one that would trust Revis has rebounded from whatever ailed him during last season’s debacle.

Given the potential risks and rewards, coaches are almost always inclined to bet on themselves and get a younger player ready. But what if the Revis of old is still there?

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Le’Veon Bell was trained in the uncertainty of the long-term deal

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Pittsburgh Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell is training in Los Angeles and feeling healthy after offseason groin surgery.

Is a big contract to follow? The Steelers have until July 17 to work out a long-term deal with Bell, who would otherwise play this season under the franchise tag at $12.1 million.

“I’m good with everything, just taking it day to day for real,” Bell told ESPN about how he is approaching the process.

The Steelers have expressed interest in giving Bell a long-term extension, but negotiations could push close to the deadline. A deal would likely make Bell the NFL’s highest-paid running back, a spot currently occupied by Buffalo’s LeSean McCoy at $8 million per year.

Bell, 25, is the only player who has yet to sign his franchise tender or reach a long-term deal this season. As such, he didn’t participate in the Steelers’ mandatory minicamp, as he would have had to sign a waiver to do so.

As part of his training, Bell has been playing pickup basketball.

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After being charged with the nightclub rebellion, LB Lorenzo Mauldin was arrested

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New York Jets linebacker Lorenzo Mauldin was arrested Wednesday and charged with misdemeanor assault after allegedly attacking a man in an April 2 nightclub altercation, according to a New York Police Department spokesperson.

Mauldin, 24, is accused of punching Jean Lopez, 22, of Queens, in the face, per the arrest report. Mauldin could face up to a year in jail, if convicted. He also could be disciplined by the NFL, if he is found to be in violation of the league’s personal conduct policy.

“We have been monitoring developments and this matter is under review of the personal conduct policy,” NFL spokesman Brian McCarthy said.

Responding to an arrest warrant, Mauldin turned himself in Wednesday morning at the 10th precinct and was issued a desk-appearance ticket for Aug. 16. He was accompanied by his attorney, Alex Spiro, who has represented many professional athletes in high-profile cases, including JR Smith and Thabo Sefolosha.

“We’ll answer the charges in court,” Spiro told ESPN.

In June, Lopez filed a civil suit against Mauldin, claiming he suffered multiple facial fractures from the attack. Lopez said Mauldin punched him because he spilled champagne on the player.

“Of course, I was shocked [by the lawsuit], but with everything going on right now, it’s pending,” Mauldin told reporters during last week’s minicamp. “You don’t know what the outcome is going to be, so I’ll just refer everything to my attorney for questions.”

When the civil suit surfaced, Mauldin’s attorney proclaimed his client’s innocence, saying there were multiple witnesses that would confirm he had nothing to do with the alleged assault.

Mauldin, a third-round pick out of Louisville, is entering his third season and is projected as a starter on defense.

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Derek Carr may be the league’s first $ 25 million quarterback

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The Derek Carr contract drama has been anything but dramatic. Neither Carr nor the Oakland Raiders are in a concerted hurry to get the deal done, and the quarterback has resolved that if the contract isn’t worked out by the start of training camp in late July, then they “won’t be talking about it” going into the season.

Despite a dearth of reported discussion between the sides, the expectation is that Carr and the Raiders will have to come to terms, and when they do it will be for record-setting money.

NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Friday on NFL Network’s Up to the Minute Live that, if and when the Raiders lock up their franchise QB, Carr could become the first quarterback to earn $25 million per year. Colts signal-caller Andrew Luck currently paces all QBs with a $24.6 million average salary.

Carr certainly ranks alongside Luck as one of the top young quarterbacks in the league and, unlike Luck, is the leader of one of the only AFC teams with enough firepower to contend with the Super Bowl champion Patriots. But there is still one thing standing in Carr’s way of eclipsing Luck’s contract number, and he plays in the NFC East.

A potential contract for the Redskins’ franchise-tagged quarterback Kirk Cousins could completely rewrite the market for Carr, Rapoport reports. A long-term deal between Cousins and Washington would have to be worked out by the July 15 deadline for signing tendered players. If a Cousins contract was concocted by then, that would give Carr and the Raiders, Rapoport explains in this scenario, less than two weeks to negotiate a new deal and meet Carr’s self-imposed deadline. (The likelihood of this playing out is unknown at this time, but we’re saying there’s a chance.)

Either way, there is next to no doubt that Carr will eventually sign a long-term deal with the Raiders. It’s only a matter of when, and for how much.

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Pats’ Rob Gronkowski gets buzz cut for charity

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski shaved his own head as part of the One Mission Buzz Off at Gillette Stadium on Sunday. The event, now in its eighth year (it was Gronk’s sixth consecutive), has raised more than $7 million for children with cancer. To date, more than 5,000 heads have been shaved at the Buzz Off, and Gronkowski’s appearance — in which he shaves his own head and then shaves others’ — often is one of the highlights.

What it is like to be Gronk in this setting? He gave us an all-access pass to find out.

What is it like to be Rob Gronkowski as he walks from getting his head shaved to the media area? Big welcome from the crowd.

This is what greeted those buzzing their heads today at Gillette Stadium. As expected, Rob Gronkowski’s appearance was a highlight.

Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski gets his head shaved for the sixth year in a row at the One Mission Buzz Off for kids with cancer at Gillette Stadium. He says he likes the “summer vibe.”

Rob Gronkowski gets set to shave the heads of his brothers, Gordie and Glenn, as part of the event. He raises his clippers into the air as the crowd cheers.

Rob Gronkowski didn’t do his brother Glenn (left) any favors with his buzz work. But as usual, it is all smiles with the Gronkowskis.

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