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Quarterback Brandon Weeden isn't the only Browns player new General Manager Mike Lombardi doubted during his tenure as an analyst for NFL Network.
Chiefs free safety Husain Abdullah backpedaled with the receiver, recognized the route, broke on the ball and deflected the pass thrown by rookie Tyler Bray.
Based on talent alone, some personnel men and special-teams coaches say Louisiana State's Brad Wing should be the first punter selected in the National Football League draft.
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Former Chicago Bears offensive tackle Dick Evey passed away at the age of 72 on Thursday.
Dick Evey (EE'-vee), a tackle who played most of his eight seasons in the NFL with the Chicago Bears, has died at age 72.
A person familiar with the situation tells the Associated Press that Jets running back Mike Goodson is expected to return to practice Tuesday despite his legal troubles.
The Washington Redskins have signed tight end Jordan Reed, the team's third-round pick in April's draft.
Seattle Seahawks tight end Anthony McCoy underwent surgery to repair a torn Achilles tendon.
Dallas Cowboys defensive tackle Josh Brent will remain free while he awaits trial for intoxication manslaughter, as a judge on Friday denied a request by prosecutors to revoke his bond due to problems with alcohol monitoring.
The Cincinnati Bengals have signed safety Shawn Williams, their third-round pick in April's draft.
The Houston Texans have signed linebacker Sam Montgomery, the team's third-round pick in last month's NFL Draft.
The Chicago Bears will retire the No. 89 worn by Hall of Fame tight end and former head coach Mike Ditka.
Elvis Dumervil had just settled in to meet the media after the Ravens' workout Wednesday when a voice rang out behind the semi-circle of TV cameras, tape recorders and notebooks.
For cornerback D.J. Hayden, the ability to thrive in one-on-one situations sets him apart.
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