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  1. Robert Kraft won't attend owners summit

    Tim Graham

    NEW ORLEANS -- One of the NFL's leading voices will not attend the owners meetings. The New England Patriots have announced owner Robert Kraft will not make the trip to New Orleans because of a "private family medical matter." His son and team pre...

    Blog | March 20, 2011
  2. Pure fantasy: How do your players rate?

    Tim Graham

    ESPN held a fantasy rankings summit last month to construct a skeleton for the 2010 NFL season. A panel of 16 analysts, editors and producers compiled its top-200 list, which was released Tuesday. There are many interesting considerations. T...

    Blog | May 11, 2010
  3. Johnson claims Ginn too afraid to race

    Tim Graham

    Johnson GinnIn a move reminiscent of AFC South raconteur Paul Kuharsky foolishly challenging me to a 40-yard dash at the ESPN blog summit last spring, Tennessee Titans running back Chris Johnson threw down the offer to Miami Dolphins receiver Te...

    Blog | December 16, 2009
  4. Bills-Shanahan summit savvy for both sides

    Tim Graham

    Unless the Buffalo Bills wallop Mike Shanahan right out of his argyles next week and sign him straight away, there's a good chance each party will use the other as a means to an end. Football insiders are skeptical Shanahan actually will be on the...

    Blog | November 19, 2009
  5. Back from Bristol with some Dolphins updates

    Tim Graham

    Posted by's Tim Graham Some doings transpired on the Miami Dolphins beat Tuesday while I was flying back from ESPN headquarters in Bristol, Conn., to the home office in Coral Springs, Fla. Monday's blog summit was educational and enj...

    Blog | May 19, 2009
  6. Greetings from Bristol and a Bills OTA recap

    Tim Graham

    Posted by's Tim Graham BRISTOL, Conn. -- Sorry for the lag in posting, folks. ESPN summoned all of their NFL and college bloggers to the mothership Monday for a summit to discuss what's going on with the company and how we can better...

    Blog | May 18, 2009