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Super Bowl LI - New England Patriots v Atlanta Falcons
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  • Rich Cimini (ESPN) Ex-Jet David Harris jumped at chance to sign with the Patriots.
  • AFC East Reporters (ESPN) AFC East Q&A: Who will win the division and how many teams from the division will make the playoffs?
  • AFC East Reporters (ESPN) AFC East Q&A: Who will be the division MVP?
  • John Ledyard (FanRagSports) Who are the best offensive players in the AFC East by position?
  • Josh Alper (ProFootballTalk) Adam Gase: Playing Patriots lets us know exactly where we stand.
  • Mike Florio (ProFootballTalk) Goodell still miffed about Matt Patricia’s T-shirt selection.
  • Daniel Kelley (Pro Football Focus) 5 things you need to know for Monday.
  • Gary Davenport (Bleacher Report) One move each NFL team should make before the regular season begins. Patriots: Sign C Nick Mangold.
  • Joe Marino (FanRagSports) 5 most gifted quarterbacks in NFL.
  • Adam Stites (SB Nation) What if every NFL quarterback was available in a draft?
  • Doug Farrar (Bleacher Report) The NFL's best breakout running back candidate for 2017.
  • Brent Sobleski (Bleacher Report) Every NFL team's biggest sleeper heading into training camp. Patriots: DT Vincent Valentine.
  • William Moy (Pro Football Focus) The importance of pressure: It's not all about sacks.
  • Peter King (The MMQB) MMQB: Introducing the MMQB all-time NFL draft.
  • Geoff Schwartz (SB Nation) Marcus Mariota is on an unprecedented path to NFL greatness.
  • D. Orlando Ledbetter (Atlanta Journal-Constitution) Arthur Blank says Falcons are no 'one-year wonders'. (3.16 min. video)
  • Zach Braziller (NY Post) Quincy Enunwa sees the Jets’ tanking evidence, too.
  • Ryan Van Bibber (SB Nation) Richard Sherman says NFL players ‘have to be willing to strike’ for better pay. Would they?