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PFT PM Mailbag: Williams, Odunze contract status?
Mike Florio opens up the mailbag to discuss the Jim Trotter case, the Sunday Ticket trial verdict, the contract status of Chicago Bears rookies and more.

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Minnesota Vikings cornerback Khyree Jackson and two others died in a three-car crash in Maryland on Saturday. Mike Florio discusses the report from the Maryland State Police and the details of the crash.
Mike Florio opens the PFT PM mailbag to talk about the Cowboys’ handling of young stars, the offseason edition of “Hard Knocks,” the future of the Dolphins’ QB position and more.
Mike Florio discusses why more media companies and journalists should’ve been paying attention to the NFL’s Sunday Ticket trial and explains why the verdict is so significant.
Mike Florio provides three reasons for why NFL rookies could holdout at training camp, including cash flow of a signing bonus, if actions lead a team to void guarantees and the offset language of a contract.

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