Cleveland Plain Dealer Browns reporter

“I mean, they sent a chopper out to look for him in Texas. That was very, very strange. Supposedly after there was some concern that there was an assault that took place, (his ex-girlfriend) was worried about him. Then they went by air and by land to find him and eventually they found him and he was safe and sound. But now he is still under investigation by the Fort Worth police and the Dallas police for this possible assault against the ex-girlfriend.”
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TIM BROWN – 2/2/16

“He has a chance to etch his name into the history of the NFL, and you’ll never get that chance again. When you look at Calvin, because everybody believes he has so much talent left, people believe he has a lot more to give.”
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DAN MARINO – 2/2/16

“All the things he’s been through, to be able to come back (form) the injuries and all the things over the last few years and now to have a chance to win a Super Bowl – that’s awesome to me. I’m really happy for him. Hopefully he’s in a position at the end of that game where he can take them on a drive and win.”
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Packers WR

“I feel like I was that way in college. The thing was, I was seeing things I hadn’t seen before, different coverages. If I had any breaking route, I was getting cut by the safety. If I had any outside route, the nickel would play so hard outside that it would make it difficult to run my outside route. So it was very tough to see. It was frustrating for me personally, but for the most part, the reason it was frustrating was because we were losing. I felt like, ‘What more can I do? What am I not doing?’ It was difficult.”
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JERRY RICE – 2/3/16

“I really don’t know. I really don’t know. I don’t know if the majority wants him to go or if they want him to stay. With Jim Harbaugh leaving, I think that’s a big shock for the fans of San Francisco because we had everything clicking at that time. Then (Jim) Tomsula came on and everything sort of went downhill just a little bit. But I don’t know if Kap wants to stay. If he wants to stay and if they can somehow rejuvenate this offense and get it going, maybe he can be productive again.”
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Titans QB

“No, and part of that is he’s such a busy man. He had things going for him. Throughout the year, he had texted me here and there just congratulating me or (telling me to) keep your head up. From that standpoint, I think Coach Kelly – even with a lot of the Oregon players – has developed a connection. We wish him well.”
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Rams DT

“That’s all I can say. We have a lot of fun, man. We got a lot of players, a non-stop rotation. We got Will Hayes, you got Eugene Sims on the line, you got (Nick) Fairley. We got a lot of guys. We rotate nonstop and we’re trying to make a lot of plays out there together. It’s definitely a fun unit.”
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BRETT FAVRE – 2/5/16

“The last time I walked in Lambeau Field was not good. Of course I was an opponent. Not just an opponent, but for so long I was the quarterback there. You hear what people are saying or what people may say, but you just don’t know. Until I see it, I’m not going to believe it. I think I was still gauging it off the last time I was at Lambeau, but I’ll tell you what: how I envisioned it or (was) hoping it would go was far exceeded when I walked out there. It was special.”
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Michigan head coach

“There’s nothing that can hold Colin Kaepernick back. He’s a great player, great person. He will flourish. Tremendous competitor. The same kind of competitor you’re going to see in the Super Bowl with Peyton Manning and Cam Newton. Colin will flourish. It seems like (he) would be a good fit with (Chip Kelly).”
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Eagles RB

“I signed four years. It’s a little crazy. There’s all these reports and I don’t know where they’re coming from. I never listen to the media, I never listen to the fans. I don’t let things like that, outsiders, bother me. I’m very strong mentally. It’s been a little challenging this year because (of all these reports). Whatever. At this point, I’m used to it. But I’ll be in Philadelphia.”
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