The 2010 NFL season moves one step closer as the Cleveland Browns rookies report to Berea, Ohio for training camp, and the Dallas Cowboys rookies and vets report to San Antonio on Saturday. (Camp reporting dates can be viewed here)
To get ready for the regular season, be sure to keep it here for daily updates, including updates and breakdowns of the rookie signings, throughout training camp. If you’re not already, you should also be following me on Twitter.
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady’s value to the franchise is immeasurable, writes Christopher L. Gasper of the Boston Globe.
Buffalo Bills tight end Joe Klopfenstein was placed on injured reserve.
New York Jets linebacker Jason Taylor has Super Bowl expectations for 2010.
Miami Dolphins defensive end Phillip Merling will miss the 2010 season with an Achilles injury.
Baltimore Ravens cornerback Cary Williams was suspended for two games for violating the personal conduct policy.
Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Dennis Dixon wants more practice reps this summer, John Harris of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports.
Cleveland Browns third-round picks Colt McCoy and Shawn Lauvao agreed to terms on four-year contracts on Thursday.
Cincinnati Bengals center Dan Santucci was waived, bringing the team’s roster to 81 players.
Indianapolis Colts seventh-round linebacker Kavell Conner signed a four-year contract on Thursday.
Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean previews the Tennessee Titans offensive line before training camp.
Jacksonville Jaguars sixth-round running back Deji Karim signed a four-year deal on Thursday.
Former Houston Texans offensive lineman Charles Spencer feels he’s ready to continue his NFL career, writes Richard Justice of the Houston Chronicle.
Kansas City Chiefs third-round tight end Tony Moeaki signed a four-year deal on Thursday.
Denver Broncos Pro Bowl linebacker Elvis Dumervil agreed to terms on a six-year, $61.5 million dollar contract extension.
Oakland Raiders seventh-round cornerback Stevie Brown signed a four-year contract, leaving the Silver & Black with two unsigned picks.
San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers doesn’t see the team as one that’s in transition, writes Sam Farmer of the Los Angeles Times.
The Seattle Seahawks are the 26th-most valuable sports franchise in the world.
San Francisco 49ers defensive end Ray McDonald plead not guilty to DUI charges earlier this week.
Arizona Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt could be a Hall of Famer, writes Dan Bickley of The Arizona Republic.
The St. Louis Rams may be one of the team that takes a look at undrafted University of Missouri wide receiver Danario Alexander, reports Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler discussed the upcoming season before a charity fundraiser on Thursday night, reports Neil Hayes of the Chicago Sun-Times.
The Wisconsin State Lottery tweaked their Green Bay Packers-themed scratch ticket.
Minnesota Vikings head coach Brad Childress doesn’t know if Brett Favre knows whether or not he’s going to play in 2010.
Detroit Lions offensive tackle Jon Jansen stabilizes the right tackle position, writes Tom Kowalski of MLive.com.
New York Giants cornerback Terrell Thomas wants to help the defense to a #1 ranking in 2010.
The Philadelphia Eagles are still searching for a replacement for free safety Brian Dawkins.
Ryan O’Hallaron of CSNWashington.com breaks down recent Washington Redskins news.
Dallas Cowboys first-round wide receiver Dez Bryant agreed to a five-year contract on Thursday.
A three-man line leaves the New Orleans Saints defense vulnerable, writes Doug Farrar for Yahoo! Sports.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers first-round defensive tackle Gerald McCoy helped raise money for the March of Dimes in Oklahoma City on Thursday.
D. Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution previews the key issues facing the Atlanta Falcons during training camp.
Carolina Panthers second-round quarterback Jimmy Clausen might blow his chance to start if he’s unsigned when camp opens, writes Darin Gantt of the Charlotte Observer.
Chicago-based player agent Ian Greengross and an associate are under investigation by the NFLPA, Michael C. Wright of ESPNChicago.com reports.
Today’s NFL birthdays: Ravens center Matt Birk (34), Broncos safety David Bruton (23), Lions punter Nick Harris (32), Colts cornerback Kelvin Hayden (27), Giants tight end Scott Chandler (25), Jets linebacker Kenwin Cummings (24), free agent wide receivers Kelly Campbell (30) and Efrem Hill (27), tight end Andrew George (26), and kicker Julian Rauch (25).