To all the Dads out there, including my own, Happy Father’s Day.
The Washington Redskins acquired two-time Pro Bowl offensive tackle Jammal Brown from the New Orleans Saints for a conditional draft choice.
Former New York Giants quarterback Andre Woodson is using the UFL to get back to the NFL.
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson taped an appearance on Friday for Shaquille O’Neal’s reality show.
Fatherhood is even better than former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Troy Aikman imagined it would be, writes Jean-Jacques Taylor of the Dallas Morning News.
Detroit Lions wide receiver Nate Burleson brings much needed “moxie” to the offense, says Lions receivers coach Shawn Jefferson.
Minnesota Vikings running back Ryan Moats discussed his familiarity with Brad Childress, his role with a team, and reflected on an ugly incident from 2009 with Judd Zulgad of the Star Tribune.
Greg Bedard of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel posts video of the Green Bay Packers punters.
Chicago Bears fifth-round cornerback Joshua Moore discussed his decision to turn pro with Sean Jensen of the Chicago Sun-Times.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Sean Morey shares his thoughts on Father’s Day in the Providence Journal.
San Francisco 49ers second-round safety Taylor Mays has caught the eye of the coaching staff, including head coach Mike Singletary.
Despite his lack of size, Arizona Cardinals undrafted rookie quarterback Max Hall has impressed the coaching staff.
An $85 million dollar upgrade to the Louisiana Superdome is expected to be complete before the New Orleans Saints open the NFL’s 2010 regular season on September 9.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers general manager Mark Dominik apologized to offensive tackle Donald Penn on Saturday night, reports Rick Stroud of the St. Petersburg Times.
Atlanta Falcons third-round guard Mike Johnson signed a four-year contract.
Darin Gantt of the Rock Hill Herald/Charlotte Observer looks at what’s known, and what’s not known about the 2010 Carolina Panthers.
Baltimore Ravens inside linebacker Tavares Gooden is looking to avoid the injury bug in 2010.
Pittsburgh Steelers defensive line coach John Mitchell is very confident in the front line of the team’s defense, writes John Harris of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.
Cincinnati Bengals defensive end Jonathan Fanene is celebrating his first Father’s Day, writes Joe Reedy of the Cincinnati Enquirer.
Cleveland Browns rookies Clifton Geathers and Kwaku Danso are physically impressive, long-term projects on the defensive line.
Buffalo Bills tight ends coach Bob Bicknell is following in his father’s footsteps.
Several members of the New England Patriots share their thoughts on fatherhood with the Boston Herald.
If the New York Jets do not sign All-Pro cornerback Darrelle Revis to an extension, Gary Myers of the New York Daily News would not be surprised if Revis held out during training camp.
Miami Dolphins second-year wide receiver Patrick Turner is eager to prove himself this season, writes Mike Bernadino of the Sun-Sentinel.
Gene Frenette of the Florida Times-Union writes about Joshua Frase, the 15-year old son of former Jacksonville Jaguars defensive lineman Paul Frase, who has myotubular myopathy.
Father’s Day is very special to Houston Texans punter Matt Turk, writes Richard Justice of the Houston Chronicle.
After his father was killed by burglars when he was 5, Tennessee Titans fifth-round cornerback Robert Johnson was raised by his mother, Wanda, who carried on her late husband’s goals for their children.
In six weeks, Kansas City Chiefs head coach Todd Haley will see which players want to push forward, and which ones don’t.
The Denver Broncos hope some pricy 30-something defensive linemen can cure what ailed the run defense last season, writes Jeff Legwold of the Denver Post.
If he weren’t running the San Diego Chargers, A.J. Smith would be an agent.
Oakland Raiders defensive end Richard Seymour signed his franchise tender on Saturday.
Today’s NFL birthdays: Broncos linebacker Darrell Reid (28), Packers quarterback Matt Flynn (25), Vikings offensive tackle Drew Radovich (25), Jets linebacker Josh Mauga (23), Chargers running back Darren Sproles (27), 49ers wide receiver Josh Morgan (25), free agent wide receivers D.J. Boldin (24) and S.J. Green (25), and cornerback Dominique Daniels (22).