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Dez Bryant's New Contract Likely On Hold In Wake Of Smith's Mega-Extension (7/30 3:51 PT)

The Facts: Following up on a previous item. ... Bryant believes he has earned the right to get paid as one of the NFL's top wide receivers. Cowboys vice president Stephen Jones acknowledged in late May that a new contract for Bryant is a "possibility" before the start of the 2014 season. The likelihood of that happening took a big hit when the Cowboys locked up left OT Tyron Smith for the next decade with a mega-extension on Wednesday. NFL Networks Ian Rapoport said he would be "very surprised" if Bryant lands a new deal over the next month. Sources close to the situation have told Rapoport there has been no real progress in contract talks. Reported by NFL.com

Diehards Line: As NFL.com notes, due just $1.78 million, Bryant will be one of the NFL's most underpaid wide receivers after leading the league in touchdown receptions (25) over the past two seasons. Although Bryant's early-career statistics dwarf those of Hall of Famer Michael Irvin, the Cowboys want to see their No. 1 receiver continue to exhibit increasing maturity before forking over a boatload of guaranteed money, Rapoport reported in May. As long as Bryant maintains his average of at least 90 receptions, 1,200 yards and a dozen touchdowns, he will be paid like a top-five wide receiver next offseason. And fantasy football owners might actually benefit from a financially-motivated Bryant working for that new deal this season.

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Fred Jackson Gets An Extension; Veteran RB Now Under Contract Through 2015 (7/30 3:21 PT)

The Facts: Buffalo signed Jackson to a contract extension, which will keep him under contract with the club beyond this season. Jackson signed the new agreement just prior to the team's afternoon training camp practice at St. John Fisher.  Reported by BuffaloBills.com

Diehards Line: The 33-year old is coming off a season in which he posted a career-high nine rushing touchdowns and led the team with 10 total scores. His 1,277 all-purpose yards was the third highest single-season total of his career. Jackson also pulled in a single-season career best 47 receptions. Jackson did all of that while playing through a knee injury for most of the 2013 campaign. ... With the help of Jackson's production Buffalo ranked second in the league in rushing and first in total rushes. ... Meanwhile, as Profootballtalk.com notes, Jackson's role for the 2014 season is a bit unclear with Bryce Brown and Anthony Dixon joining Jackson and C.J. Spiller in the backfield. There's been talk that the 33-year-old may be slated for a more limited role than he's played in the past, but the extension suggests he's still very much in the Bills' plans now and in 2015. Brown and Dixon are also signed through next season, but Spiller has a player option for 2015 that he'll likely pass on exercising if things go well this year. Jackson's extension could give the Bills more flexibility in dealing with any negotiations that may be coming with Spiller, especially if the Bills decide to follow recent trends and allocate less money at running back than at other positions.

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Paul Richardson Impressing Seahawks With Speed And Elusiveness (7/30 3:20 PT)

The Facts: The Seahawks picked Richardson, the receiver from Colorado who had been playing at about 160 pounds. His durability was a fair question. Richardson still looks pretty scrawny. He’s listed at 6-foot, 183 pounds. But he’s been a star in training camp over the first few days. Tuesday, he caught another deep touchdown pass, this one from Terrelle Pryor, having beaten cornerback Tharold Simon by a wide margin. Reported by the Tacoma News Tribune

Diehards Line: As Tribune staffer Dave Boling notes, the fact that Richardson had 21 career touchdown catches on some bad Buff teams was impressive. He’d run a 4.33 in the 40, and had a 38-inch vertical. But the big thing was that the number of yards he gained on his scoring catches was so outlandish (841) it had to be a misprint. That’s averaging 40 yards on every TD. “He continues to show that he’s really, really fast and he can get up on you and he’s real comfortable catching everything that you throw at him,” HC Pete Carroll said Tuesday. “We’re real excited about Paul and hopefully we’ll just keep learning him and figuring him out and figure out how to best utilize his talents. He got talents; he’s really quick in and out of his breaks. I love his catching range so we’ll try to figure it out but we’re real excited right now. ..." Richardson probably isn't a great re-draft prospect, he should be on your Dynasty radar. Richardson not only gets deep, but catches the ball when it gets there, even if it’s in traffic. And he’s not just a burner, but has unleashed a couple open-field jukes that shows he can be elusive, as well.

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Marshall: Jay Cutler Will Be 2014 NFL MVP (7/30 2:13 PT)

The Facts: Asked what we'll see from Cutler this season, Pro Bowl wideout Brandon Marshall said that Chicago's starting quarterback will be named this year's league MVP. "He's the first one in the building, last one to leave now, his leadership is through the roof," Marshall said on NFL Network Wednesday. "He's correcting the coaches. This is his offense. This is his organization, he's running it, and I love it." Reported by NFL.com

Diehards Line: As NFL.com suggested, "Marshall is stretching reality here. ..." That said, fantasy football owners looking for a strong value play at the position could do worse than Cutler, who seems poised to post his strongest season yet in a pass-happy attack that finished fifth in the NFL last season with 268 yards per game through the air. Another year under Marc Trestman should also reduce some of the mind-numbing interceptions, but Cutler has never shown the brand of precise play that make Peyton Manning, Tom Brady and Drew Brees shoe-ins for the annual award circuit. While Marshall and Alshon Jeffery give Cutler an elite receiving duo (and Matt Forte is among the league's more effective receiving backs), the biggest concern for the veteran is an obvious one: He hasn't played a complete season in half a decade due to a laundry list of injuries. But that's also what's keeping his fantasy value at a reasonable level. Cutler's history will keep more risk averse owners away opening the door to those who are more comfortable taking a chance. From where we sit, the expectation of reward to roll with that risk is great.

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Packers Sign GM Thompson To Extension (7/30 2:11 PT)

The Facts: The Packers made a contract extension for GM Ted Thompson a top priority for their offseason and their work paid off on Wednesday. Packers president and CEO Mark Murphy announced that the team has agreed on a multiyear extension that will keep Thompson in charge of the front office operations. Reported by Profootballtalk.com

Diehards Line: There were no details about the compensation or the length, but as PFT suggests, it’s a good bet that it will wind up being the final contract the 61-year-old signs in the role of architect of the Packers roster. Thompson became the Packers general manager in 2005 and the team has won one Super Bowl and advanced to the playoffs six times, including the last five seasons, under his stewardship. Mike McCarthy has been coach for eight of those seasons and an extension for him is likely to be on the to-do list for the Packers now that Thompson’s deal is done.

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GM: Seahawks Won't Veer Off Team-Building Plan To Appease Marshawn Lynch (7/30 12:08 PT)

The Facts: Following up on the ongoing story. ... The Seahawks would love to get Lynch into training camp, but the Super Bowl champions aren't about to ditch their proven team-building philosophy to make that happen. "Everybody loves Beast Mode. We love him and respect the guy," GM John Schneider told ESPN on Tuesday. "... It's one of those deals where you can never get inside somebody's head. We're just going with our plan, and I know it's cliché-ish but next man up. We've had a plan in place here for a number of years, and we can't veer from that plan for one person because it's the ultimate team sport." Reported by NFL.com

Diehards Line: Drawing $30,000 in daily fines, Lynch is holding out from the team in hopes of striking a raise on the four-year, $31 million deal he inked in 2012. In his absence, Seattle is leaning on a combination of veteran Robert Turbin and Christine Michael. Schneider reiterated that Seattle won't be held hostage by Lynch, pointing to the handful of veterans the Seahawks have parted ways with during their climb to the mountaintop. Said Schneider: "It's just one of those deals where you have to keep going about your business, and you can't veer off of that." Schneider called Lynch "a big part of that foundation that we started here," but the hard-charging back remains one of the league's most unpredictable personalities. As NFL.com put it: "From reporting in time for Week 1 to a sudden retirement, nothing would surprise us with Beast Mode. ..." Stay tuned.

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Andre Johnson Continues To Miss Time (7/30 11:54 PT)

The Facts: Following up on a previous item. ... Johnson, who has also been dealing with a hamstring injury, missed his third straight day of work. Reported by NFL.com

Diehards Line: While the Texans have also downplayed the seriousness of Johnson’s hamstring injury, his absence is worth watching. Today marks two missed practices in a row for Johnson as he tries to catch up for time missed when he was staying away from offseason workouts because of dissatisfaction with the overall direction of the franchise. Assuming the Texans are just taking a cautious approach, we'll be looking for Johnson to be back soon. We'll certainly be watching for more.

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Arian Foster Returns To Practice Wednesday (7/30 11:50 PT)

The Facts: Following up on a previous item. ... Concerns about Foster missing two straight practices can be set aside for the day. The running back returned Wednesday from what was believed to be a hamstring tweak. Reported by NFL.com

Diehards Line: HC Bill O'Brien cheekily said on Tuesday the injury wasn't "life-threatening." However, for a running back who has gone through a myriad of injuries over the last several years, including hamstring issues, it's fair to be concerned about every tweak an injury. The Texans' lead runner dealt with injures last summer and ended up missing eight games in 2013 due to a back injury. As NFL.com suggests, Houston's offense needs a healthy Foster to have a chance in 2014. Ryan Fitzpatrick hasn't shown an ability to carry an offense and there are depth questions in the backfield. In the meantime, fantasy football owners will want to keep a close eye on Foster given his current first-round price tag.

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Jones Reiterates: Tony Romo Is 100 Percent (7/30 11:42 PT)

The Facts: Following up on a previous item. ... The Cowboys held Romo out of Tuesday's training camp practice, but the franchise is brimming with confidence over the quarterback's surgically repaired back. "He is 100 percent. He's 100 percent," team owner and general manager Jerry Jones told reporters Tuesday. "He's just being real smart and sensitive about having come off the back surgery. He's certainly not losing any ground from the standpoint of opening up against San Francisco (in Week 1)." Reported by NFL.com

Diehards Line: The team would like to ease Romo into action, but Jones assured reporters that "nothing in any way would concern you certainly about his back." The quarterback underwent surgery to repair a herniated disc in December, missing the final game of last season. He said in June that he was "getting to a point right now where I could go out and play if I had to." As NFL.com notes, back injuries are tricky. Still, fantasy football owners should assume the best until they have reason to believe otherwise.

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Odell Beckham Meets With Coughlin To Share Frustration (7/30 11:38 PT)

The Facts: Following up on the ongoing story. ... Beckham knows he'll be day-to-day with his hamstring injury. But until he hits the field, he wants the understanding of his coach. Tom Coughlin expressed some frustration with not having Beckham on the field learning the offense, especially after Beckham missed a majority of the spring with the same hamstring injury. So Beckham, fresh off a series of tests yesterday, wanted to meet with Coughlin and assure him that the frustration is mutual. "I talked to Coach Coughlin and like he said, it's frustrating on both ends," Beckham said. "He wants me out there as bad as I want to be out there. You work so hard to get where you are now and you can't go out and do the thing you want to do. It's hard to take that all the time and have your coach be frustrated at the same time." Reported by the Newark Star-Ledger

Diehards Line: Beckham was taken early in a busy first round surrounded by need-based players the Giants could have selected. He was naturally concerned that his first impression, especially after the second injury, might not be the best. Part of his meeting today was to ensure that he's looked upon as a hard worker. "The bad part is that first impressions are the ones that last forever," Beckham said. "You don't want to leave a bad first impression. ..." Meanwhile, Coughlin's frustration likely is with the circumstance. The training staff, wary of lingering or worsening hamstring injuries, has been overly cautious. Beckham said he has pulled a hamstring and returned to college games. He appeared all too willing to do the same at Giants practice but instead has to improve on a "day to day" level. ... Stay tuned.

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Rookie DE Demarcus Lawrence Out 8-12 Weeks (7/30 11:35 PT)

The Facts: The Cowboys' defense continues to take injury hits before the season starts. Lawrence, the No. 34 overall pick, broke his right foot at practice on Tuesday. NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported early Wednesday that tests confirmed Lawrence's injury, and the pass rusher will need surgery to set it, per a source who has spoken to the player. Lawrence's recovery time is eight to 12 weeks, per Rapoport, which knocks him out for at least the first month of the season. Reported by NFL.com

Diehards Line: The Cowboys are still reeling from losing Sean Lee for the season due to a torn ACL, not to mention losing defensive linemen DeMarcus Ware and Jason Hatcher in free agency. The organization already was struggling to find pass rushers, and they hope that Lawrence can make a big impact this season at defensive end. A broken foot is a significant setback.

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David Wilson To Undergo Further Evaluation On Monday (7/30 9:34 PT)

The Facts: Following up on the ongoing story. ... Wilson went to the hospital for a battery of tests after suffering a burner during Tuesday’s practice, but that won’t be the end of the medical evaluations for a player who had spinal fusion surgery last year. The Giants said Wednesday, via Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News, that Wilson will visit Dr. Frank Cammisa on Monday. Cammisa performed the surgery on Wilson and will presumably checking to make sure that Tuesday’s injury didn’t adversely impact the structural repairs made during the operation. Reported by Profootballtalk.com

Diehards Line: Given all this, Wilson will be out of action until at least that appointment, which means he won’t be practicing this week or facing the Bills in the Hall of Fame game on Sunday. As PFT notes, that game is one of five that the Giants will play this preseason, so there will still be a lot of time for Wilson to shake off any rust during the preseason as long as the doctors feel that playing won’t create further problems. But much will depend on the coming evaluation. ... Stay tuned.

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GM: RG3 Wasn't Ready To Start The 2013 Opener; This Season Is Different (7/30 12:08 PT)

The Facts: Redskins VP and GM Bruce Allen said Robert Griffin III should not have opened the season as the starter a year ago, not because his knee wasn't ready but rather because of his game. Allen, speaking on ESPN 950 radio Monday, said Griffin, coming off knee surgery to repair multiple ligaments, did not have enough practice time to get ready for an NFL season. "What you saw last year was almost a little disrespectful to the game of football," Allen said. "It's impossible to ask a player to perform well during the regular season if you haven't practiced." Reported by ESPN.com

Diehards Line: Though doctors cleared him to resume practicing, then-coach Mike Shanahan said Dr. James Andrews told him he should not play in any preseason games. Griffin eased his way back into the lineup, working alone and off to the side during practices while wearing a brace on his right knee. He started taking first-team snaps in mid-August, near the end of training camp. By then, with preseason games underway, the Redskins' work weeks were interrupted by exhibition games. That limited his number of practices. That obviously isn't the case now. "This year he's had a full offseason," Allen noted, "his knee is 100 percent, knock on wood, and he's had all [the practices], and that's how you get ready to play a football season. ..." Fantasy football owners clearly have high expectations for RG3. We're among those eager to see if Griffin is ready to make good on our belief in him.

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Michael Crabtree In Line For A Contract Extension (7/30 12:06 PT)

The Facts: The 49ers have two players in their contract years who could command big-money deals as free agents. GM Trent Baalke said the 49ers will attempt to sign OG Mike Iupati and Crabtree to contract extensions before they become unrestricted free agents next spring. “We’re going to try,” Baalke said. “We’re going to work at it, certainly. But at some point, you got to stop negotiating deals and let these guys concentrate on playing football. I don’t know what point that is. We’ll make that determination as a club." Reported by CSNBayArea.com

Diehards Line: According to CSNBayArea.com's Matt Maiocco, the sides are not believed to be remotely close to new contracts for either Iupati or Crabtree. ... Meanwhile, Crabtree has looked good in training camp after being limited last season due to a torn Achilles. He could take a step toward being regarded as an elite NFL receiver. With a strong season, he could fetch a lucrative contract. If he hits the open market, it might be difficult for the 49ers to retain him. Crabtree missed the first five games of his NFL career in a contract dispute after being the No. 10 overall pick in the 2009 draft. The 49ers have the franchise tag available for next season. This year, the franchise number for a wide receiver was $12.312 million, while the tag was $11.654 for an offensive lineman. Some increase can be expected next season. ... Stay tuned.

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Teammate Compares Brian Hoyer To Brady (7/30 12:05 PT)

The Facts: When asked about Hoyer's potential as the Browns' starting QB, highly-respected teammate Joe Thomas compared him to arguably the best QB in the history of the game. "He's a lot like Tom Brady,' Thomas said Monday. "When you look at the way he competes and the way he demands the most out of everybody around him, it's no coincidence that those guys played together. (Hoyer) has a lot of those same mental attributes and that's a great thing for a quarterback to have." Reported by the Cleveland Plain Dealer

Diehards Line: Thomas continued: "He's the ultimate competitor, and no matter if we drafted a quarterback No. 1 overall, I knew that in his mind he expects to win the job because that's the type of competitor he is and the type of quarterback.' According to Plain Dealer staffer Mary Kay Cabot, Thomas spoke for plenty of his teammates when describing the respect Hoyer commands. "He commands a level of respect because of the way he goes about doing his business the right way and acting like he is the starting quarterback that has taken us to five playoffs," Thomas explained. "I think it's that attitude and that swagger that demands respect. And, he also goes and backs it up out on the field. ..." While Thomas heaped praise on the sixth-year pro, he's also appreciated how Johnny Manziel has approached his new job. "You don't walk in because of what you did in college and you just have the respect of everybody,' Thomas said. "It's a process of earning that respect and it's going to happen on the field. ..." Thomas has been through enough QB competitions to know that anything can still happen, but at this point Manziel has considerable ground to cover before he's ready to move ahead of Hoyer.

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WR Charles Johnson Making Waves In Cleveland (7/30 12:03 PT)

The Facts: Johnson, the receiver the Browns signed off the Green Bay practice squad last October only to discover he had a torn ACL, has been a revelation in the first days of training camp. “He’s a guy that we hope can emerge from this as a guy that can help us,” said HC Mike Pettine.  Reported by ESPN.com

Diehards Line: Physically imposing (6-2, 215), deceptively fast (4.38 40 time) and surprisingly up to speed on the Kyle Shanahan offense, ESPN.com's Tony Grossi believes Johnson could be the receiver that comes out of nowhere to lessen the impact of -- if not offset -- the impending suspension of Josh Gordon. Johnson participated fully on the Packers’ practice squad well into October despite recurring pain in his left knee and at least one MRI that revealed a slight tear of the anterior cruciate ligament. Asked why he did that, Johnson explained: “It wasn’t a pain I couldn’t get through. I’ve got people that depend on me, so I’m out there working. The pain is temporary, but quitting is forever. It was hurting sometimes, but once the ball was snapped I couldn’t feel nothing. ...” Grossi added the $6,000 weekly paycheck Johnson received on the Packers’ practice squad meant everything to him. He had two infant daughters and a third on the way to support, and a father battling multiple illnesses. That's the kind of desire that can spur a man on to bigger and better things. Johnson is worth watching over the next month.

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Rookie WR John Brown Continues To Impress (7/30 12:02 PT)

The Facts: After springtime’s worth of reports alerting us to Arizona's rookie receiver "blowing everyone away" and drawing "favorable" comparisons to Colts burner T.Y. Hilton, Brown is off to a hot start at training camp. "I can tell you so far we haven't been able to cover him," said Cardinals GM Steve Keim on Monday, per ESPN.com's Josh Weinfuss. Reported by NFL.com

Diehards Line: The third-round pick out of Pittsburg State has drawn parallels to Hilton because of their similar size and identical 4.34 speed. The 5-11, 179-pound Brown is a candidate to leapfrog Ted Ginn as a deep threat alongside Larry Fitzgerald and Michael Floyd in three-receiver sets. As NFL.com suggests, it's notable that a rookie is excelling against a talented trio of Cardinals corners in Patrick Peterson, Antonio Cromartie and Justin Bethel, but Keim acknowledged he wants to see Brown do the same in pads. And his first reception in pads? Brown beat Bethel for 80-yard TD. ... Can't hurt to get him on your radar.

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Steven Jackson Has An Injured Hamstring; Aiming To Be Ready For Week 1? (7/29 6:35 PT)

The Facts: Jackson suffered a right hamstring injury and did not participate in practice on Tuesday. “Steven injured his hamstring yesterday,” HC Mike Smith said. “We kept him out. We don’t think it’s going to be real significant. He will be ready for the first game.” Reported by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Diehards Line: Ready for the first game? If Smith was trying to be intentionally vague, mission accomplished. The Falcons play the Saints on Sept. 7. ... For what it's worth, the coach pointed out that it was not the hamstring that Jackson injured last season, when he suffered an injury to his left hamstring in the second game of the season. That injury helped end Jackson’s streak of eight consecutive 1,000-yard rushing seasons. The Falcons are counting on Jackson to bounce back and carry the rushing attack this season. But if he doesn't? Behind Jackson, the Falcons have Jacquizz Rodgers and fourth-round rookie Devonta Freeman. Antone Smith, who flashed in spot duty last season, is also available. We like Freeman, especially if Jackson's injury lingers. We'll be watching for more.

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Josh Gordon Will Use Second-Hand Smoke Defense (7/29 4:51 PT)

The Facts: Following up on the ongoing story. ... Gordon is appealing the NFL's imposition of a yearlong suspension for a positive test for marijuana. According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, Gordon's legal team will argue that the positive tests are so marginal that they show uncertainty as to whether the test results were truly positive, and even if so, were the result of exposure to second-hand smoke, according to sources familiar with the case. Reported by ESPN.com

Diehards Line: Schefter explains that Gordon's "A" sample tested at 16 nanograms per milliliter, a bare one nanogram per milliliter above the 15-nanogram-per-milliliter threshold, while Gordon's "B" sample -- which should theoretically be consistent with the "A" sample, as it comes from the exact same specimen -- tested at 13.63 ng/ml, lower than the threshold. With both samples coming from the same specimen test, the results should be consistent. Gordon's attorneys do not believe their client should be suspended for a year for differing disputed test results, especially when only one was barely higher than the threshold, sources said. Gordon's attorneys also plan to introduce witnesses who will testify that Gordon's scores indicate he was the victim of breathing in second-hand smoke, according to sources. The league has maintained that it does not intend to suspend players for second-hand smoke. And lastly, Gordon's attorneys also will point out that with their client being subject to over 70 drug tests, there was only one time since his rookie year that a test came back positive for marijuana, and even then, the "A" and "B" samples did not match. ... Gordon is facing the indefinite one-year ban for violating the league's substance-abuse policy for at least the third time. If he loses, he'll have to wait a year to apply for reinstatement. ... Stay tuned.

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David Wilson Undergoing Tests In The Wake Of Burner (7/29 4:49 PT)

The Facts: After suffering a “burner” in practice Tuesday, the Giants are going to take no chances with Wilson. The team announced that Wilson was being taken to the Hospital for Special Surgery for a battery of tests and a complete workup. “We were all praying that it would be not an issue,” HC Tom Coughlin said. Reported by Profootballtalk.com

Diehards Line: Wilson had neck surgery this offseason, so it’s an obvious concern. They don’t know much at this point, but any injury anywhere near his neck is worrisome for the Giants given what Wilson has gone through already. We'll continue to follow this one closely.

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