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Brandt predicts Bosa to sign ... eventually

ESPN business analyst Andrew Brandt thinks the Chargers will give Joey Bosa the offer they allegedly pulled off the table and that it is “highly likely” that Bosa will sign in the next week or so.

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Ed Werder @Edwerderespn

Jerry Jones reaction to Ezekiel Elliott follows 3 earlier #Cowboys drug suspensions _ Randy Gregory, DeMarcus Lawrence, Rolondo McClain

Vaughn McClure ESPN Staff Writer 

Veteran safety William Moore to me a minute ago: "Absolutely I would love to come home" about wanting to re-sign with the Falcons following injury to Keanu Neal. More from Moore to come.

Berry's return great news for Chiefs

Louis Riddick and Ed Werder examine what Eric Berry's return means for the Chiefs and the chances he takes the field for Week 1.

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Ed Werder @Edwerderespn

#NFL continues to follow investigation into allegation by former girlfriend that Ezekiel Elliott committed domestic violence against her

Ben Goessling ESPN Staff Writer 

Matt Kalil said he's resting some nagging injuries, but added he's feeling good. The Vikings left tackle, who only practiced once this week, would not discuss whether he'll play Sunday against the Chargers.

Ed Werder @Edwerderespn

#NFL seems content with Jerry Jones rebuke of Ezekiel Elliott visiting marijuana dispensary, but source cites "pattern of behavior'' concern

Beast Mode gives rugby a try

Marshawn Lynch seemed to hold his own against the California Golden Bears men's rugby team.

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Jerry Jones upset by Ezekiel Elliott

Video appears to show the Cowboys rookie at a Seattle marijuana dispensary hours before the RB was set to make his preseason debut. It's 'just not good'

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Vaughn McClure ESPN Staff Writer 

Initial word is Falcons DE Adrian Clayborn's left shoulder injury is nothing serious. He should be back for season opener. Falcons coach Dan Quinn will address injuries at 2:30 p.m

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Linebacker Vince Williams' new deal, per NFL contract records: $1.5 M signing bonus, $2 M salary in 2017 and 2018 (this year remains the same, $675,000). So, $5 million in new money over three years.

Vaughn McClure ESPN Staff Writer 

As Adam Schefter reported, Falcons first round pick Keanu Neal will have a minor knee scope Monday and will be out three to four weeks, which means he'll at least miss the season opener against Tampa Bay. Neal was set to start at strong safety. His backup, Kemal Ishmael, is out right now with a shoulder injury. And Damian Parms is next on the depth chart. The Falcons cut ties with veteran strong safety William Moore, who remains a free agent.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

Dolphins HC Adam Gase said defensive starters Ndamukong Suh (pictured) and Jelani Jenkins had minor ankle injuries Thursday night against the Falcons and "will be fine" moving forward. A lot of starters likely will sit next week and get ready for the regular-season opener against the Seattle Seahawks.

Brady will play, Garoppolo the focus

Louis Riddick and Ed Werder say the plan is to have Tom Brady play some against the Panthers, but the Patriots will mainly focus on getting Jimmy Garoppolo ready for Week 1.

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