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Jaguars place Marks, Sample on PUP list to open camp (The Associated Press) ( today ) Courtesy of
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- The Jacksonville Jaguars have placed defensive tackle Sen'Derrick Marks and safety James Sample on the physically unable to perform list. Yahoo! Tue, Jul 28
Most intriguing NFL team of 2015? Ranking the storylines of all 32 squads (Shutdown Corner) ( today ) Courtesy of
This is a highly subjective list. Using my sophisticated OPI (Own Personal Intrigue) method, I carefully have ranked the teams in order of interest and intrigue prior to the 2015 NFL season. Please note: These are not power rankings. This is not how I think the 2016 NFL draft order will look. Nothing like that. Intrigue can be both bad and good. My top-ranked team here missed the postseason a year ago; my 32nd-ranked team made it. Hopefully, you get the idea. I’m just speculating which teams will be the most buzzworthy and boast the most fascinating storylines heading into the season. The Washington Redskins, for instance, have mastered the art of bad-team intrigue. [ Yahoo Sports Fantasy Football: Sign up and join a league today! ] And some might argue that for years, the New England Patriots — even as remarkable as their run has been — are the most boring good team out there. Of course, not this year. Not with deflate-gate and Tom Brady's suspension threatening to rule the first month of the season. So here they are, my indisputable OPI rankings heading into training camp.  The most intriguing team of 2015 is ...  1. Philadelphia Eagles — Chip Kelly: secret genius or mad scientist? This could be the year we find out. He enters Year Three having shuttled off nearly the entire roster he inherited — including many of the Eagles’ highest-regarded players. How are we not intrigued? One of his biggest imports, DeMarco Murray, he shockingly poached from the rival Dallas Cowboys. We will find out this season if Chip’s system — which is more about team building than some gimmicky offensive philosophy — is built to last. If Kelly reincarnates Sam Bradford and fixes that defense, it might be time to give it up, haters. But if Bradford struggles (or struggles to stay healthy), and the ball is put in the hands of Mark Sanchez or — gasp — Tim Tebow, it might be worrisome. You have to wonder, after Kelly missed out on landing Marcus Mariota, if finding a perfect-fit quarterback will forever be Kelly’s Camelot. 2. San Francisco 49ers — The attrition that has ravaged this team might have reached historical levels. After a strange, strained battle with ownership, Jim Harbaugh walked at what looks like precisely the right time. In his wake, the foundation of his steely squad either retired, was shipped out or left via free agency. Thrifty owner Jed York opted to go cheap — under the auspice of trust, dependability and locker-room harmony — in hiring the less-than-lucid Jim Tomsula (one game of head-coaching experience). There are scores of veterans trying to revive their careers — Aldon Smith, Colin Kaepernick, NaVorro Bowman, Vernon Davis, and more. There’s talent, but is there turmoil? The first half of the schedule, by the way, is brutal. 3. Buffalo Bills — Are you excited yet? Maybe you’re not the biggest Rex Ryan fan (you communist!), and maybe you’re laughing at their quarterback options. Fair enough. But maybe Tyrod Taylor — who beat out Russell Wilson for ACC Player of the Year in 2010 — is a secret killer, or at least not a total disaster. And everywhere else there is exciting talent, playing in a city dying to win for a coach who will do anything and everything he can to (a) stick it to the Jets, (b) beat Tom Brady and (c) deliver a winner to some long-suffering fans. The defense could be the league’s best, and there are playmakers littered throughout the offense. There’s something happening here — and some excitable personalities coming to town with Ryan, LeSean McCoy, Richie Incognito and Percy Harvin — and what it is ain't exactly clear. 4. New England Patriots — It has been a wild six months since they beat the Indianapolis Colts, setting the Bad Ship Deflate-gate into motion, stealing a Super Bowl win in mind-blowing fashion and watching Brady get dragged through the mud in the league’s phony and laughable attempt to uphold the integrity of the game . And while everyone knows that what doesn’t kill the Patriots tends to make them stronger, navigating their way back to another Super Bowl appears far tougher, with a stronger division, Brady turning 38 and the Patriots’ huge losses in the secondary. If they do win it all this year, it will be their fifth title. The significance of this: The Patriots would own 10 percent of all the Super Bowl championships. The title also would be Bill Belichick’s seventh, which would tie him all time with former Broncos and 49ers scout/administrator Neal Dahlen for the most in league history. 5. Dallas Cowboys  — The Dez Bryant signing removes a smidge of the drama, but it’s still a team we’ll be thinking about almost daily. Last season shocked me — I pegged their defense to be historically bad. And that’s why this season is so intriguing. For the first time, legitimately, the Cowboys are a Super Bowl contender for the first time in forever, and yet they’re missing a huge piece with Murray gone (to the hated Eagles, no less). The guys vying to replace him are a possibly washed-up back in Darren McFadden and a player guilty of shoplifting underwear and cologne last year in Joseph Randle. Randy Gregory and La’el Collins also will be fun to chart as high-profile rookies looking to make a lot of teams wish they hadn't passed them over in the draft. 6. Seattle Seahawks — Russell Wilson’s contract looms as one of the more fascinating negotiations in recent NFL history, textured by the fact that he’s coming off the haunting Super Bowl interception. His gift: a Marshawn Lynch contract extension and trades for receiving help in Jimmy Graham and Tyler Lockett. But Michael Bennett could hold out? And Earl Thomas will miss all of camp? Intrigue! In a certain way, these are the same Seahawks we’ve come to know, so there’s a ceiling to it, and there’s no reason to think they can’t get back to a third straight Super Bowl. But we’ll always be paying attention to what this outlaw bunch is doing and saying. Yahoo! Tue, Jul 28
Jacksonville Sharks' TD celebration inspired by The Rock was AWESOME (Shutdown Corner) ( yesterday ) Courtesy of
I've seen it all now. It's over. The Jacksonville Sharks mimicking The Rock's "People's Elbow" finishing move as a touchdown celebration has set a bar for celebrations so high that it'll never be topped. The Sharks, Jacksonville's Arena Football League team, scored a touchdown and ... ah, just watch: Yes, yes, yes, yes. Yes. Tiger Jones is the receiver who caught the touchdown and turned into The Rock for the celebration, Moqut Ruffins is the lineman who played along and London Crawford is the one who came in for the pin.  “This is why we call the AFL the All Fun League,” Sharks operating manager Jeff Bouchy told the team's sit e. “Tiger and his teammates have set a new bar for creative celebrations, and the team is fired up to be recognized by The Rock himself. ‘The People’s Team’ has a nice ring to it. It would be great if we can get The People’s Champion to Jacksonville to see The People’s Team. Can you smell what the Sharks are cookin’?” I'm not one who ever minded touchdown celebrations. Sports are entertainment, so go ahead and entertain away. The NFL needs to bring this stuff back. This was absolutely hilarious. Love it. Know who else loved it? The Rock! Possibly the greatest TD celebration of all time. #PeoplesElbow #TheSharks We smell it! https://t.co/WnMeYmcg5s — Dwayne Johnson (@TheRock) July 26, 2015 The Sharks are 9-7, have clinched an AFL playoff berth, and from the looks of their Twitter feed, these guys have a lot of fun, including the "Human Torture Rack" celebration that shows these dudes really are into their wrestling finishing moves: @JaxArmadaFC @Jaguars wherein Tiger Jones plays the part of the @Ravens https://t.co/5lhcnXj2St — Jacksonville Sharks (@jaxsharks) July 23, 2015 #Sharknado4 https://t.co/epyA0nOIu2 — Jacksonville Sharks (@jaxsharks) July 27, 2015 It's not just our players who can dance, our fans have moves too! pic.twitter.com/JHyUEzDzKC — Jacksonville Sharks (@jaxsharks) July 26, 2015 Fantastic. I have a new favorite team. - - - - - - - Frank Schwab is the editor of Shutdown Corner on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at shutdown.corner@yahoo.com or follow him on Twitter! Follow @YahooSchwab Yahoo! Mon, Jul 27
Miami Dolphins Capsule (The Associated Press) ( yesterday ) Courtesy of
OPEN CAMP: July 30, Davie, Florida. Yahoo! Mon, Jul 27
Jacksonville Jaguars Capsule (The Associated Press) ( yesterday ) Courtesy of
OPEN CAMP: July 31, Jacksonville. Yahoo! Mon, Jul 27
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Ikponmwosa Igbinosun Southern Connecticut State
Abry Jones Georgia
Sen'Derrick Marks Auburn
Roy Miller III Texas
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A.J. Edds Iowa
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Johnathan Cyprien Florida International
Matt Daniels Duke
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Jeremy Harris New Mexico State
Davon House New Mexico State
Craig Loston LSU
Nick Marshall
Demetrius McCray Appalachian State
Rashaad Reynolds Oregon State
James Sample
Peyton Thompson San Jose State