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ESPN expert picks Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson to win 2019 MVP
ESPN expert Kevin Seifert has picked Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson as his early favorite to win Most Valuable Player in 2019.

National NFL writer says Seahawks QB Russell Wilson can win MVP in 2019 - seattlepi.com

Seahawks news: NFL analyst predicts Russell Wilson will win MVP in 2019
An ESPN NFL analyst predicts that Seattle Seahawks star quarterback Russell Wilson will win the MVP award in the 2019 season.

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Veteran LB Pernell McPhee returning to Ravens - NFL.com
Pernell McPhee is headed back to the Ravens' nest. The veteran linebacker is returning to Baltimore, the team announced on Friday.

Giants OT Nate Solder undergoes ankle procedure - NFL.com
New York Giants left tackle Nate Solder will be out until training camp after undergoing ankle surgery, per NFL Network's Ian Rapoport and Mike Garafolo.

Engram: Daniel Jones picking up offense 'really fast' - NFL.com
It remains to be seen what the actual timeline is for rookie Daniel Jones to take over as the Giants quarterback. For now, he's impressed not only OC Mike Shula but tight end Evan Engram.

Ted Ginn Jr. says he'll race anyone for '$10K or better' - NFL.com
New Orleans Saints wide receiver Ted Ginn Jr. said he's willing to race anyone for $10,000 or better. At the 2007 NFL Scouting Combine, Ginn ran a 4.37 40-yard dash on a sprained foot.

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Former Broncos first-round pick Shane Ray signed with the Ravens along with veteran receiver Michael Floyd. Plus, other transactions we're monitoring around the league.

Many questions, few answers on Telvin Smith’s year off – ProFootballTalk
Since Jaguars linebacker Telvin Smith made the surprising announcement that he's skipping the 2019 NFL season, there have been many questions about what prompted him to make that decision. And few answers.

Rumors fly of the Jets pursuing Peyton Manning – ProFootballTalk
Jets CEO and chairman Christopher Johnson wants a "great strategic thinker" to run the football operation. He needs someone who can work with coach Adam Gase. And at the intersection possibly resides one and only one name. Peyton Manning.

Prosecution appeals suppression order in Kraft case – ProFootballTalk
With the bulk of the evidence against Patriots owner Robert Kraft ruled inadmissible in the solicitation of prostitution case against him, the prosecution is playing the only card currently in its hand: It's appealing the ruling.