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Wide Receiver Notebook (Rotoworld) ( today ) Courtesy of
Rich Hribar takes a look at outlier wide receiver performances and splits in 2015 and how they could help shape 2016 production. Yahoo! Mon, Jun 27
Here's what Tom Brady's deflate-gate appeal could mean (Shutdown Corner) Courtesy of
Monday marks the deadline for New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady to appeal his deflate-gate case, and all signs point toward his camp starting that ball rolling. According to ESPN, the NFLPA plans to file a petition this afternoon to rehear Brady's case "en banc" — which, in legal terms, means in front of the entire court — in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. It's a risky approach, as typically the court defers to the findings of its three-judge panel, which previously had reinstated his four-game suspension by a 2-1 vote, as a matter of respect. But the NFLPA clearly believe it has a case and that Brady was wronged during the process. Yahoo! Mon, May 23
Jay Cutler made the greatest NFL throw, and nobody remembers (Shutdown Corner) Courtesy of
    This offseason, Shutdown Corner will travel down memory lane with a series of stories presenting some interesting and sometimes forgotten stories from the NFL's past. Join us as we relive some of the greatest and craziest moments in the sport's history. Russell Wilson might have fudged some facts about what happened at NC State during his University of Wisconsin commencement speech, but he got at least one thing right. " If you can throw a football 80 yards, for some reason, people think that's pretty cool," Wilson said .  That's the truth. We can enjoy football on many levels, but there's something uniquely thrilling about a quarterback reaching back and firing one deep. And there's something about a quarterback with a cannon arm that will always appeal to us. [ Yahoo Fantasy Football is open for the 2016 season. Sign up now ] What's the best throw you've seen in an NFL game? Once I was talking to Greg Cosell, fellow podcaster and NFL Films guru, and Brett Favre's throw to Sterling Sharpe to beat the Lions in a wild-card game was brought up. I asked if it was the best throw he could recall. "Well, I'll tell you, Jay Cutler had a throw his rookie year, at Arizona ... " Cosell said. Say no more. I remember. I was there. And while I love the Favre throw — when you  really watch it, he barely sets while moving left and throws all the way back across the field to the right to Sharpe in the end zone to win a playoff game — the Cutler throw is something amazing. I can't find any throw that's better, and I can't remember one either. A little background: It's 2006, Cutler's rookie season with the Denver Broncos. And yes, it seems like three lifetimes ago he played for the Broncos. Despite anything we want to say about Cutler's career, nobody has ever questioned his ability to throw a football through a brick wall. He's always had an amazing power arm, and that was especially true when he was 23 years old. His third career start was at the Arizona Cardinals. Early in the game, the Broncos ran a play action to the right, with a Cutler bootleg to the left and Javon Walker running a post pattern. Here's Cutler rolling left ... Yahoo! Tue, May 24
Cardinals' Larry Fitzgerald not thinking beyond this season (The Associated Press) Courtesy of
Larry Fitzgerald has been an Arizona Cardinal all 12 of his NFL seasons, breaking every franchise receiving record along the way. Now, he enters the final year of a two-year, $22 million contract, and he said Tuesday that he doesn't even think about whether he will play football beyond this season, with the Cardinals or anyone else. Fitzgerald will turn 33 before next season begins. Yahoo! Tue, May 24
White looks to deliver for Bears after sitting rookie year (The Associated Press) Courtesy of
The Chicago Bears envisioned Kevin White forming a dynamic tandem with Alshon Jeffery when they drafted the receiver with the No. 7 pick last year. Healthy after missing his rookie season, White is trying to establish himself on a team that sees him as a key building block. ''It felt good to be back with the guys and with the team,'' White said Wednesday after the second day of organized team activities. Yahoo! Wed, May 25
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Matt Barkley USC
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Andre Ellington Clemson
David Johnson Northern Iowa
Chris Johnson East Carolina
Elijhaa Penny Idaho
Stepfan Taylor Stanford
Kerwynn Williams Utah State
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John Brown Pittsburg State
Jaron Brown Clemson
Amir Carlisle Notre Dame
Larry Fitzgerald Pittsburgh
Michael Floyd Notre Dame
Brittan Golden West Texas A&M
Chris Hubert Fayetteville State
J.J. Nelson UAB
Rico Richardson Jackson State
Jaxon Shipley Texas
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Jermaine Gresham Oklahoma
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Troy Niklas Notre Dame
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Red Bryant Texas A&M
Calais Campbell Miami (FL)
Rodney Gunter Delaware State
Chandler Jones Syracuse
Josh Mauro Stanford
Robert Nkemdiche Mississippi
Tristan Okpalaugo Fresno State
Corey Peters Kentucky
Olsen Pierre Miami (FL)
Givens Price Nebraska
Frostee Rucker USC
Ed Stinson Alabama
Xavier Williams Northern Iowa
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Deone Bucannon Washington State
Alani Fua Brigham Young
Markus Golden Missouri
Lamar Louis LSU
Gabe Martin Bowling Green
Kareem Martin North Carolina
Kevin Minter LSU
Quayshawn Nealy Georgia Tech
Alex Okafor Texas
Shaq Riddick West Virginia
Zack Wagenmann Montana
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Justin Bethel Presbyterian
Elie Bouka Calgary
Tyvon Branch Connecticut
Cariel Brooks Adams State
Carrington Byndom Texas
Marqui Christian
Chris Clemons Clemson
Durell Eskridge Syracuse
Matthias Farley Notre Dame
Trevon Hartfield Southwestern Oklahoma State
Asa Jackson Cal Poly
Tony Jefferson Oklahoma
Tyrann Mathieu LSU
Harlan Miller
Patrick Peterson LSU
Shaun Prater Iowa
D.J. Swearinger South Carolina
Brandon Williams Texas A&M
Ronald Zamort Western Michigan