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ProFootballTalk: What actually matters during mini-camp?

Russ Thaler, Mike Florio, Ross Tucker and Jon Richie talk about what actually matters during mini-camp. Florio believes any news surrounding the Buffalo Bills is important.

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PFT Whiparound: Pyror says he can’t catch

Russ Thaler and Mike Florio bring us the latest news from the NFL including Knowshon Moreno’s potential knee surgery, a lunch between Roger Goodell and Jon Bon Jovi and Terrelle Pryor saying that he can’t catch.

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PFT Live: Haden speaks highly of Manziel’s work ethic

Browns’ CB Joe Haden talks about rookie teammate Johnny Manziel. Haden believes Manziel needs to get a ‘phone valet’ to protect him from making a mistake off of the field, but notes that he is getting better with each OTA.

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PFT Live: Playbook fiasco in New England?

Mike Florio talks with Patriots Insider Tom Curran about Mike Pettine’s comments that Rex Ryan was giving away the Jets playbook “like candy”. Curran also discusses the ongoing controversy over the Washington Redskins nickname and what steps need to be done to force a change.

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PFT Planet: Is Flowers asking for too much money?

Mike Florio answers questions about multiple topics from around the NFL including the latest on CB Brandon Flowers contract demands and the odds of WR Andre Johnson walking away from the league.

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ProFootballTalk: Can Emmanuel Sanders fill the hole left by Eric Decker?

Tony Dungy talks about the new regime in Tampa Bay and talks about whether or not the Broncos are better off with Emmanuel Sanders than Eric Decker at the second wide receiver position.

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ProFootballTalk: Will Clowney be ready for training camp?

Jadeveon Clowney and the Houston Texans believe his recovery from a hernia surgery is on track, but there is still an uncertainty regarding his availability for training camp. The PFT crew talks about how this may impact Clowney’s rookie season.

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ProFootballTalk: When will a verdict be handed down to Ray Rice?

Ravens’ running back Ray Rice is still awaiting his suspension sentence from Roger Goodell. Mike Florio believes Rice will know his fate before the first regular season game of the 2014 season.

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PFT Live: Why hasn’t the Madden video game franchise improved?

Mike Florio takes a look at the lack of improvements from the Madden video game franchise. Florio rips the idea of promoting a tournament to determine a cover athlete, when the real attention needs to be paid to a mediocre product inside the box.

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PFT Planet: Should Gronkowski sit until playoffs?

Mike Florio answers fan calls and tweets to discuss questions looming around the NFL,  including Rob Gronkowski’s health issues, Sam Bradford being labeled a bust and future rule changes in the NFL.

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PFT Live: How far away is Blackmon from returning to the field?

Jaguars’ insider Mike Dempsey joins Mike Florio to discuss the release of DE Jason Babin and the potential return of WR Justin Blackmon. Dempsey thinks the team would welcome Blackmon back, but the odds of the situation getting to that point are slim.

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PFT Live: Jaguars talk with Mike Dempsey, PFT Planet calls and tweets

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The Jaguars have been busy again this offseason as General Manager Dave Caldwell and coach Gus Bradley work to build the roster they want in their second year running the show in Jacksonville.

Players like Blake Bortles, Toby Gerhart, Red Bryant and Marqise Lee have joined the team and we’ll check in with Mike Dempsey of 1010XL to see how things have been coming together over the course of the offseason program. We’ll discuss the decision to part ways with Jason Babin, Bortles’ progress in his first professional practices and much more as we come up with things to watch when the Jags get back together for training camp next month.

If you’ve got a question about the Jaguars, feel free to throw it in the mix although those with questions about the other 31 teams in the league should also feel free to share what’s on your mind. Florio will be answering questions sent in on Twitter — @ProFootballTalk — or give a call to 888-237-5269 during the show to add your voice to the show.

It all gets started at noon ET and you can watch it all live by clicking right here.

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ProFootballTalk: Will McNabb reach the Pro Football Hall of Fame?

Carolyn Manno talks with former Eagles’ QB Donovan McNabb about why he decided to take the number five. The PFT crew then discusses McNabb’s chances making it to Canton. Ross Tucker believes he just isn’t quite good enough to make the cut.

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ProFootballTalk: Chris Johnson labels Titans as ‘nasty’

Current New York Jet Chris Johnson recently spoke out about his former team, the Tennessee Titans. Johnson said the team is “nasty” for cutting him so late in the offseason. Mike Florio argues while Tennessee’s decision may have been ethically suspect, Johnson signed a contract that allowed this and thus had to deal with the consequences.

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ProFootballTalk: Redskins’ name, logo no longer under federal patent

ProFootballTalk: The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has revoked the patent from the Washington Redskins’ logo and name, saying it is disparaging towards Native Americans and thus not protected under federal law. The ruling allows people and organizations not affiliated with the football team to profit from the team’s namesake and logo. Mike Florio breaks down what this ultimately means for the Washington NFL franchise.

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