Buffalo Bills quarterback Trent Edwards is playing in the American Century Championship golf tournament on NBC this weekend in Lake Tahoe.
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft discussed the challenges before training camp begins.
The New York Jets released their 2010 training camp schedule.
The Miami Dolphins officially announced the signing of fifth-round safety Reshad Jones on Friday.
Free agent wide receiver Terrell Owens isn’t headed to the Baltimore Ravens, his agent, Drew Rosenhaus, says.
Hall of Fame Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Terry Bradshaw will be the pitchman for an Indiana-based RV company.
Cleveland Browns president Mike Holmgren thinks the better quarterback situation will make an immediate improvement to the team.
The Cincinnati Bengals signed fourth-round defensive tackle Geno Atkins.
Former Indianapolis Colts defensive end Chijioke Nwokorie plead guilty to felony confinement charges on Friday.
Free agent center Kevin Mawae is staying busy while waiting for his phone to ring.
Former Jacksonville Jaguars defensive end Brent Hawkins has caught on in the CFL.
Kansas City Chiefs fifth-round linebacker Cameron Sheffield signed a four-year deal on Friday.
Woody Paige of the Denver Post writes that the Denver Broncos’ “offensive offense” must improve in 2010.
Several San Diego pharmacies are named in the DEA’s probe of San Diego Chargers team doctors.
Oakland Raiders offensive tackle Mario Henderson appears to be “The Man” at left tackle entering training camp, writes Jerry McDonald of the Contra Costa Times.
Seattle Seahawks linebacker Leroy Hill was suspended one game for violating the NFL’s substance abuse policy.
Kevin Lynch of the San Francisco Chronicle doesn’t foresee a training camp holdout from San Francisco 49ers nose tackle Aubrayo Franklin
Arizona Cardinals tight end Dominique Byrd and third-round wide receiver Andre Roberts joined teammate Larry Fitzgerald at his voluntary workouts in Minnesota.
Though the St. Louis Rams began contract talks in earnest with first overall pick Sam Bradford, a contract isn’t expected to happen quickly, reports Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Green Bay Packers defensive end Johnny Jolly was suspended indefinitely by the NFL, and will miss the 2010 season.
Jolly’s suspension overshadowed the news that Packers third-round safety Morgan Burnett had agreed to terms on a four-year contract.
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson says his contract isn’t an issue.
Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune breaks down the Chicago Bears tight end position.
Detroit Lions fourth-round offensive tackle Jason Fox is prepared to be patient, writes Tim Twentyman of the Detroit News.
New York Giants safety Antrel Rolle is moving forward.
Sheil Kapadia of Philly.com looks at the Philadelphia Eagles running game.
Former Washington Redskins quarterback Doug Williams will be inducted to the Grambling Legends Hall of Fame tonight.
Dallas Cowboys guard Montrae Holland will host “Montrae Holland Day” today in Jefferson, Texas.
New Orleans Saints fullback Jason McKie is hosting his inaugural football camp in his hometown of Gulf Breeze, Florida this weekend.
The contract talks between the Rams and Sam Bradford may jump-start talks between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and third overall pick Gerald McCoy, writes Stephen Holder of the St. Petersburg Times.
Atlanta Falcons fifth-round wide receiver Kerry Meier signed a four-year contract on Friday.
Carolina Panthers linebacker Jon Beason walked back his original comments on Terrell Owens joining the team.
Today’s NFL birthdays: Cardinals sixth-round cornerback Jorrick Calvin (23) and defensive end Dean Muhtadi (24), Browns defensive back DeAngelo Smith (24), Cowboys cornerback Cletis Gordon (28) and linebacker Stephen Hodge (23), Broncos undrafted rookie Devin Bishop (24), Chiefs offensive lineman Ike Ndukwe (28), Raiders seventh-round cornerback Stevie Brown (23), free agent wide receiver Kevin Curtis (32), offensive tackle Brandon Gorin (32), linebackers Morlon Greenwood (32) and Robert Thomas (30), defensive tackle Langston Moore (29), offensive tackle Ben Muth (25), and cornerback Justin Sanders (24).