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2004: Rd 7, Pk 224 (SEA)
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Chargers' free agent Tyrell Williams says he's a No. 1 receiver
'Money Badger' Michael Badgley continues to make clutch kicks for Chargers
Chargers still have confidence in the kicking of the 'Money Badger'
Stop the Chargering: Donnie Jones brings calmness to kicking game
Philadelphia Eagles depth chart: Goedert brings sizzle to TE group
Eagles punter Jones retires, goes out on top
From shank to sure-footed: Kamu Grugier-Hill's soccer background kicks in for Eagles
Eagles 53-man roster analysis: Roseman chooses potential over performance with Gibson
Eagles running back race coming down to the wire
Eagles' 53-man roster projection: Rookie RB Donnel Pumphrey on the bubble?
Data provided by Elias Sports Bureau
Sources: Bears QB Mitchell Trubisky (shoulder) to play vs. Saints
Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky, listed as questionable with a shoulder injury, will play in Sunday's game against the Saints, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Sanders teaches Manning a lesson about defense
Deion Sanders teaches Peyton Manning about what it takes to be a lockdown cornerback in the NFL and Peyton realizes the position isn't for him. For more Peyton's Places, sign up for ESPN+ today at https://plus.espn.com/.
Brady frustrated Netflix cameo seen as a dig towards Kraft
Tom Brady voices his frustration with those who thought his Netflix cameo was taking a shot at Patriots owner Robert Kraft.
Source: Jets fine Kelechi Osemele for conduct detrimental to team
Kelechi Osemele, who says he needs shoulder surgery while the Jets say he's fine to play, was fined by the team for missing practice Saturday, a source told ESPN.
Lions safety Tracy Walker fined for calling officiating 'awful'
Lions safety Tracy Walker was fined $12,500 for his postgame comments about officiating in Monday's loss to Green Bay.
Browns' Baker Mayfield, Rams' Clay Matthews among those fined for criticizing officiating
Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield, Rams linebacker Clay Matthews and Lions safety Tracy Walker were all fined $12,500 for criticizing officiating last week.