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#NFL News and Notes - July 20, 2010

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#NFL News and Notes - July 20, 2010

Language surrounding an 2011 option bonus is holding up contract talks between the New England Patriots and first-round cornerback Devin McCourty.

Buffalo Bills third-round defensive end Alex Carrington signed a four-year contract on Monday.

New York Jets owner Woody Johnson is unfazed by the unresolved contract issues with some of the team's players, reports Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News.

Miami Dolphins defensive end Phillip Merling has been formally charged with felony battery charges.

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco wonders how Marc Bulger will affect the chemistry in the quarterbacks meeting room.

Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Farrior says he's getting better, not older.

The Cleveland Browns signed tight end Joel Gamble on Monday.

Joe Reedy of the Cincinnati Enquirer previews the Cincinnati Bengals' wide receivers.

Indianapolis Colts punter Pat McAfee spent his few weeks off traveling the world.

The Tennessee Titans and running back Chris Johnson have reached a short-term fix on his contract.

Gene Frenette of the Florida Times-Union looks at the problems the Jacksonville Jaguars have selling tickets.

The Houston Texans have turned the city back into a football town, writes Richard Justice of the Houston Chronicle.

Wide receiver Eddie Kennison retired on Monday as a member of the Kansas City Chiefs.

Sad news, as the Colorado Springs Gazette will stop covering the Denver Broncos.

San Diego Chargers first-round running back Ryan Mathews is taking a pragmatic approach to his contract status.

Oakland Raiders fourth-round wide receiver Jacoby Ford signed a four-year contract on Monday.

Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll has ruled out signing Terrell Owens.

Kevin Lynch of the San Francisco Chronicle assesses the San Francisco 49ers' safety position.

Arizona Cardinals defensive lineman Dean Muhtadi is working hard to make the roster.

Vacation time for the St. Louis Rams is winding down, writes Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

Dallas Cowboys fourth-round defensive back Akwasi Owusu-Ansah agreed to terms on a four-year contract on Monday.

New York Giants tight end Travis Beckum expects to contribute more in his second season.

The Philadelphia Inquirer takes an inside look at Philadelphia Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie.

Washington Redskins nose tackle Howard Green knows his role in the NFL, and hopes to put a ring on his finger before his career ends.

D. Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution previews the Atlanta Falcons defensive line.

New Orleans Saints seventh-round quarterback Sean Canfield agreed to terms on a four-year contract yesterday.

Chicago Bears left tackle Chris Williams is the key to the offensive line's success, writes Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune.

Detroit Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford leads a group of Lions that need to step up their games in 2010, writes Tim Twentyman of the Detroit News.

Minnesota Vikings head coach Brad Childress travelled to Mississippi to meet with Brett Favre.

Wins were all that mattered to Green Bay Packers tight end Marv Fleming, who was inducted into the team's Hall of Fame over the weekend.

Today's NFL birthdays: Ravens quarterback Troy Smith (26), Panthers offensive tackle Jordan Gross (30), Bengals undrafted rookie safety Jeromy Miles (23), Broncos linebacker D.J. Williams (28), Chiefs center Casey Wiegmann (37), Saints defensive lineman Anthony Hargrove (27) and offensive tackle Jeremy Parnell (24), 49ers seventh-round cornerback Phillip Adams (22), Titans defensive end Jacob Ford (27), free agent safeties Clinton Hart (33) and Aaron Webster (22), and linebacker Will Patterson (23).

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