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Chip Kelly isn't a racist. He's just bad at communicating.

Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins talked about his former head coach in Philly and what the guy's biggest problem really is.

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NOT RACISTMalcolm Jenkins says Chip Kelly not racist, didn't communicate enough. Eagles Pro Bowl safety Malcolm Jenkins came to the team in 2014. He told ESPN that Chip Kelly has no issues with race, and communicated with players just fine one on one, but moved too fast with personnel changes without explaining it all to the team.

PANTHERS PRACTICE REPORTPanthers practice report: Allen, Davis getting closer. Thomas Davis was a full participant, and Jared Allen was practicing on a limited basis. Both men are expected to play.

BRONCOS PRACTICE REPORTT.J. Ward and Darian Stewart are both back practicing on Wednesday. The Broncos should be a fully healthy squad by Sunday, too.

THE BIG BOOTBrandon McManus is kicking 68-yard field goals in practice.

NO DEALReport: Malik Jackson turned down a Broncos contract offer. Could this be Malik Jackson's final game in a Broncos uniform?

PEYTON MANNING, ALONG FOR THE RIDEPeyton Manning was one of the NFL's worst quarterbacks this year, and he still might win a Super Bowl. Peyton Manning, one of the greatest football players of all time, played the worst season of his career in 2015. And yet he still might be able to end his career with a Super Bowl win.

TOO MUCH MEDIACam Newton thinks there's too much Super Bowl media coverage. "How can I reword questions that I've been asked so many times?"

BLOCK LIKE A BRONCOThe Broncos' blockers are finally in the zone. Reconciling Gary Kubiak's zone-blocking scheme with Peyton Manning's style of play has made for some ups and downs this season in Denver, but they found a compromise just in time for the Super Bowl.

THE 49ERS ARE MEAN49ers postpone Levi's Stadium sleepover for 1,200 Girl Scouts in favor of more lucrative concert. Boooooooooooo!

BLIDE SIDE 2: Michael Oher wants to tell a new story. The Panthers left tackle is the only player in the NFL whose life story was the subject of an Oscar-winning movie. He'd rather talk about winning his second Super Bowl.

GOING CAM: Watch Cam Newton's teammates try to impersonate him. At the first ever Super Bowl Opening Night, Susannah Collins had several Carolina Panthers give their best Cam Newton impressions and, bless their hearts, try to spell the name of their superstar middle linebacker.

CATCHING UP WITH A LEGENDForrest Gregg remembers Super Bowls, both as player and coach. Robert Klemko of the MMQB caught up with the Hall of Famer who reminisced about his playing days in Green Bay and Dallas, his coaching tenure in Cincy and how he survived both the Ice Bowl and Freezer Bowl

PEYTON DOES L.A.? Rams Interested In Peyton Manning?

KAEP-JETS RUMORSNew report says Colin Kaepernick-Jets rumor is not true. So much for that.