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Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Brett Favre's locker at the Packers Hall of Fame exhibit. No Vikings jersey in this one.

Vaughn McClure ESPN Staff Writer 

Falcons officially place rookie WR Devin Fuller on season-ending IR with shoulder injury and bring back FB Will Ratelle after cutting Ratelle last week.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

The Brett Favre exhibit at the Packers Hall of Fame opens today. Team president Mark Murphy stands in front of the "Captain Comeback" display.

Golic blames Tebow's ego for NFL failures

Mike Golic believes Tim Tebow's ego is to blame for his NFL failures since he didn't try to play another position after he didn't cut it as a QB.


Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Offensive tackle Will Beatty signed his 1-year deal this morning. He's open to playing anywhere on line. The last time he played right tackle was 2009.

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

Spencer Ware is now my RB46, with signs the Chiefs won't give Jamaal Charles bell cow running back treatment. I've wondered all offseason whether Ware could emerge as the clear goal-line back; optimistically would project 6-8 TDs. With talk he could get some first- or second- down carries, Ware is one of my favorite late round RB stashes.

Adam Schefter @AdamSchefter

Teddy Bridgewater has a 64.9 percent career completion percentage -- the highest of any QB in NFL history under the age of 25, per Elias.

Second-year studs on every NFL team

There are quite a few second-year players ready to explode onto the scene in 2016, including Seahawks DE Frank Clark, who should get more chances to rush the passer in Year 2. Sterling sophomores

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Tebow: Workout not about getting publicity

Tim Tebow joined Scott Van Pelt to make clear that his baseball workout was about pursuing what he's "passionate about."


Golic sympathizes with Vikings defense

Mike Golic can relate to the devastation the Vikings defense must be feeling since losing QB Teddy Bridgewater to an unfortunate injury.