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Tyrod Taylor hanging in QB battle 06-30-2015
Tyrod Taylor QB BUF
The Buffalo News believes it's "really possible" the Bills name Tyrod Taylor their starting quarterback.

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Joique Bell: I'm going to go over 1,200 yards 06-30-2015
Joique Bell RB DET
Joique Bell said he's "going to rush for over 1,200 yards."

Rob Housler the 'ideal F' for Browns' scheme 06-30-2015
Rob Housler TE CLE
Coach Mike Pettine referred to TE Rob Housler as "the ideal 'F.'"

The "F" position refers to the move tight end spot, a player that is often detached from the line. That's where Housler, a 6'5/248 specimen with 4.55 speed and a 37-inch vertical, wins. Don't be surprised if he breaks his previous career-high of 45 catches, set in 2012.
Marshawn Lynch says he thought about retiring 06-30-2015
Marshawn Lynch RB SEA
Marshawn Lynch told Conan O'Brien he considered retiring before the Seahawks gave him a new contract that includes $12M in 2015 earnings.

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We actually believe the eccentric Lynch, who turned 29 in April. But when the Seahawks "put 12 in front of you for a year, you start to think, maybe I could do this again," he said. The highlight of Lynch's Conan appearance was when he discussed his trademarked end-zone dive move. "I done got in a lot of trouble for grabbing my ding-ding."
Michael Bennett again talks holdout 06-30-2015
Michael Bennett DT SEA
Seahawks LE Michael Bennett said the Seahawks "want me to play five positions but pay me for one."

Bennett continues to tell anyone who will listen that he's contemplating a holdout. That's nice, but the Seahawks just signed him to a four-year, $32 million contract 15 months ago. NFL deals don't get redone one year into a pact and Bennett likely knows this.
Jaws goes to bat for Geno Smith 06-30-2015
Geno Smith QB NYJ
ESPN's Ron Jaworski said he "Like(s) the future of the Jets with Geno Smith at quarterback."

Geno's career has often been the butt of jokes through two seasons, but he's played in a QB-unfriendly system with guys like Jeremy Kerley and Jeff Cumberland as primary targets. We saw a flicker of hope over last season's final four games as he completed 65.1 percent of his throws with a 6:2 TD-to-INT ration en route to a 105.3 passer rating. Now Smith has excellent weapons (Brandon Marshall, Eric Decker, Jace Amaro, Devin Smith) to fit the Chan Gailey's spread scheme that's similar to the one he excelled in at West Virginia. We're not ruling out a big step forward.
Ex-Falcon Abraham charged with battery 06-30-2015
John Abraham DE ARZ
Former Falcons DE John Abraham has been charged with misdemeanor battery.