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ProFootballTalk: Revis throws shade at Brady, Pats over Deflategate

Mike Florio talks about Darrelle Revis‘ recent comments about Tom Brady and the Deflategate situation, where, among things, he said Brady’s status should not factor into his punishment being reduced.

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ProFootballTalk: Peyton Manning on David Letterman’s ‘Late Show’

Take a look back at some of Peyton Manning’s best and most memorable moments as a guest on the “Late Show with David Letterman,” including his most recent appearance in the “Top Ten” portion of Letterman’s farewell show.

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Ryan Tannehill: I’m really excited to have DeVante Parker

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Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill signed a contract extension that runs through the 2020 season this week that was a bet on his future by the team after three promising years that have ended without playoff berths.

The team reworked Tannehill’s receiving corps during the early stages of the offseason by welcoming Kenny Stills, Greg Jennings and tight end Jordan Cameron while saying goodbye to Mike Wallace, Brian Hartline, Brandon Gibson and tight end Charles Clay. They then added wide receiver DeVante Parker with their first-round pick in a move that has left Tannehill excited about what the former Louisville wideout can bring to the offense.

“I like what I see so far. He’s an athletic guy. Fast, strong hands, adjusts to the ball really well,” Tannehill said during a Thursday appearance on PFT Live. “He’s a natural pass catcher, he doesn’t fight the ball and it’s easy for him to make the tough catch. A guy with that range, his body size and natural pass catching ability, I’m really excited to have him and like what I’ve seen thus far.”

Tannehill also talked about his growing comfort level with the other new targets and his hope that the offense can be more productive in the red zone and on deep balls this year. Many have pointed to a bad relationship with Wallace as a big part of those problems, but Tannehill avoided pointing fingers at anyone for those shortcomings in 2014 by saying that there were a variety of reasons why the team struggled in those areas.

The Dolphins obviously don’t think Tannehill was a major part of those problems and we’ll find out relatively soon if Parker and company were the right prescription for the offense.

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PFT Live: Ryan Tannehill opens up about his new contract

Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill joins Mike Florio to discuss his new contract, why he doesn’t have any plans to buy anything he doesn’t need and how the game is slowing down to his comfort level.

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PFT Live: Why we’ll never know if NFL and Patriots made a deal

Mike Florio discusses why no one is going to admit that there was a deal between Roger Goodell and the Patriots. Also, Darrelle Revis explains why he has no sympathy for the Patriots.

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PFT Live: Is Geno Smith really Jets starting quarterback?

Jets’ insider Manish Mehta joins Mike Florio to discuss the surprising decision to announce Geno Smith as the starting QB, which goes against what head coach Todd Bowles as discussed over the last few months.

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PFT Live: Ryan Tannehill, John Spanos

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Quarterback Ryan Tannehill signed a contract extension with the Dolphins this week that can pay him up to $96 million over the next six years and we’ll get a chance to hear his thoughts about it on Thursday’s PFT Live.

Tannehill will join Mike Florio to discuss the conversations that led up to the agreement on his new deal with the team and whether he gave any consideration to playing out his fourth year before agreeing to a deal. They’ll also talk about the new look of the team’s receiving corps and much more during Tannehill’s visit.

Florio will also welcome Chargers president of football operations John Spanos, who was bumped up to that job title by his father earlier this week. They’ll be talking about where the Chargers will be playing in future seasons and what the team will look like in San Diego in 2015.

We also want to hear what PFT Planet thinks. Email questions at any time via the O’Reilly Auto Parts Ask the Pros inbox or get in touch on Twitter at @ProFootballTalk to let us know what’s on your mind.

It all gets started at noon ET and you can listen to all three hours live via the various NBC Sports Radio affiliates, through the links at PFT, or with the NBC Sports Radio app. You can also watch a simulcast of the first hour of the show by clicking right here.

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ProFootballTalk: Jets name Geno Smith team’s starting quarterback

With Jets offensive coordinator Chan Gailey already tapping Geno Smith as the team’s starter, Manish Mehta and the PFT crew express their surprise that New York would make the decision this early.

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ProFootballTalk: Giants left tackle Will Beatty tears pectoral muscle

With Giants left tackle Will Beatty tearing his pectoral muscle lifting weights, the PFT crew explains how significant the injury is and how it will force New York to jumble its offensive line.

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PFT Live: Goodell’s message to Tom Brady is clear; give up your phone

Mike Florio explains why he can’t believe that Robert Kraft would give up his appeal so quickly without receiving something in return and the message Roger Goodell sent to Tom Brady during his press conference.

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PFT Live: Super Bowl could be heading to Atlanta, Miami soon

Super Bowl bidding for the 2019 and 2020 seasons are already being discussed and Mike Florio has a hunch that Atlanta will win the 2019 rights and Miami the 2020 because of their upgraded stadiums.

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PFT Live: Patriots fans need to trust Robert Kraft’s decision

Mike Florio takes a look at the Patriots decision to not appeal the punishment doled out by the NFL and why Patriots fans need to be okay with the decision.

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PFT Live: NFL shrinking, moving up relocation window

The NFL intends to shrink and move up the relocation window for teams and Mike Florio explains the window could now open during the 2015 season at a time when none of the potential L.A. teams play at home.

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PFT Live: Chargers talk with Kevin Acee, PFT Planet calls and tweets

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The Raiders and Chargers continued their push for a stadium in Carson, California this week by naming former 49ers executive Carmen Policy to lead the effort and closing a land deal with the city for 157 acres to use toward construction.

On Wednesday’s PFT Live, Mike Florio and Kevin Acee of U-T San Diego will discuss those developments on the same day that those topics will be on the table at the owners meetings. We’ll also hear from Acee on the most recent proposal from San Diego as they try to keep the Chargers from leaving town.

We also want to hear what PFT Planet thinks. Email questions at any time via the O’Reilly Auto Parts Ask the Pros inbox or get in touch on Twitter at @ProFootballTalk to let us know what’s on your mind.

It all gets started at noon ET and you can listen to all three hours live via the various NBC Sports Radio affiliates, through the links at PFT, or with the NBC Sports Radio app. You can also watch a simulcast of the first hour of the show by clicking right here.

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ProFootballTalk: Jimmy Graham is a true number one for Russell Wilson

Ross Tucker and Jason Taylor talk about the impact Jimmy Graham will make in Seattle. Taylor says he’s excited to see the threat he brings in the red zone, but Mike Florio says he needs to stay healthy.

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