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Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

The Rams' Aaron Donald, in Kansas City for the annual 101 Banquet, said he's "definitely excited" Los Angeles acquired cornerback Marcus Peters from the Chiefs. "I definitely know he's a playmaker. I'm excited he's with us," Donald said. Donald is being honored as the NFC defensive player of the year.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Been doing some digging on Marcus Peters today, and I believe that if there's any organization — any locker room — that can absorb that personality and maximize that talent, it's the Rams. Respected defensive coordinator (Wade Phillips), magnetic head coach (Sean McVay), and a contending team that resides only drive away from Peters' hometown of Oakland. Gotta think he'll be motivated and on his best behavior in 2018 — first year with a new team, and an important one in his rookie contract. But it's no certainty, of course.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Peyton Manning is in Kansas City for the annual 101 Banquet. He's receiving the Lamar Hunt Award for his contributions to pro football.

Vaughn McClure ESPN Staff Writer 

Atlanta Falcons free safety Ricardo Allen breaks down in tears as his number gets retired at Mainland High School in Daytona Beach, Florida. Allen is the first Mainland football player to have his jersey retired and joins NBA star Vince Carter as the athletes to achieve the honor at the school.


Field Yates @FieldYates

Source: the Patriots have signed RB Brandon Bolden to a one-year, $880,000 extension through 2018. It includes $170,000 in guarantees.

Jay Bilas @JayBilas

That NFL money, that pay the bail money. That see me on the street, it ain't hard to tell money. I gotta go to work.

Bill Barnwell @billbarnwell

It's impressive that curling has a rod which gauges pressure to measures distance and the NFL uses index cards.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets CEO Christopher Johnson on David Harris: "David Harris operated at the highest standard for both performance and professionalism and is as fine a person as you will ever meet. His endurance, intelligence and reliability were his trademarks and he was always there for his teammates. With all of those qualities, what stands out most to me is the humility and selflessness with which he approached each day. I wish him and his family the absolute best that life has to offer and they will always have a home with the New York Jets."

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets coach Todd Bowles on the retiring David Harris: "Players like David Harris don't come around very often. He's one of the best players and people I've ever coached. I have nothing but the highest respect for him as a person and a leader. He is an example of everything you want from a player. I am proud to have coached him and wish him and his family the best."