New England Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker will open training camp on the PUP list.
Buffalo Bills linebacker Aaron Schobel hasn’t made a decision on retirement, Mark Gaughan of the Buffalo News reports.
Free agent quarterback Mark Brunell will work out for the New York Jets today.
Miami Dolphins Pro Bowl kicker Dan Carpenter signed a three-year extension.
Mike Preston of the Baltimore Sun is concerned about Baltimore Ravens second-round nose tackle Terrence Cody failing his conditioning test.
The Pittsburgh Steelers are unsure if the NFL will reduce the suspension on quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.
Tony Grossi of the Cleveland Plain-Dealer lists the five main storylines of Cleveland Browns training camp.
Free agent wide receiver Terrell Owens has signed with the Cincinnati Bengals.
Indianapolis Colts tight end Jacob Tamme’s golf outing raised over $50,000 for Homes for Our Troops.
Tennessee Titans fifth-round safety Robert Johnson officially signed his four-year contract on Tuesday.
The Jacksonville Jaguars announced their stadium naming rights deal with Everbank.
Houston Texans fourth-round tight end Garrett Graham agreed to terms on a four-year deal on Tuesday.
Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator Charlie Weis will call most of the plays, head coach Todd Haley said.
Through his hard work, Denver Broncos first-round quarterback Tim Tebow is earning the team’s respect.
San Diego Chargers defensive end Vaughn Martin is expected to play a major role in 2010.
Oakland Raiders defensive end Richard Seymour arrived early for training camp.
Jerry Brewer of the Seattle Times is trying to find theme music for new Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll.
The San Francisco 49ers expect to have all their rookies in the fold when training camp opens up.
Arizona Cardinals fourth-round linebacker O’Brien Schofield signed a four-year deal on Tuesday.
St. Louis Rams running back Steven Jackson has been cleared to practice.
Green Bay Packers restricted free agent safety Atari Bigby has signed his one-year tender.
Minnesota Vikings center John Sullivan lost his father during the off-season.
Detroit Lions left tackle Jeff Backus continues to be a solid performer, writes Tom Kowalski of MLive.com.
Chicago Bears middle linebacker Brian Urlacher is eager to prove his skeptics wrong, writes Vaughn McClure of the Chicago Tribune.
An inexperienced group of safeties could come back to bite the Dallas Cowboys, writes Tim Cowlishaw of the Dallas Morning News.
New York Giants defensive end Osi Umenyiora was advised to undergo hip surgery immediately, reports Mike Garafolo of The Star-Ledger.
Philadelphia Eagles second-round safety Nate Allen agreed to terms on Tuesday night, leaving Brandon Graham as the team’s lone unsigned 2010 draft choice.
Washington Redskins defensive coordinator Jim Haslett is capable of finding ways to utilize Albert Haynesworth in a play-making role, Jason Reid of the Washington Post writes.
A much younger Carolina Panthers team will report to Spartanburg, South Carolina today.
Three key Atlanta Falcons coming off injuries were medically cleared to practice.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers second-round wide receiver Arrelious Benn signed a four-year, $4.84M deal, with $2.85M guaranteed on Tuesday.
Nick Peruffo of The Times Picayune breaks down the New Orleans Saints wide receiver corps.
Today’s NFL birthdays: Panthers sixth-round defensive end Greg Hardy (22), Lions linebacker Julian Peterson (32), Texans wide receiver David Anderson (27) and linebacker Demeco Ryans (26), Jaguars cornerback William Middleton (24), Chiefs cornerback Donald Washington (24), Patriots offensive lineman Nick Kaczur (31), Raiders linebacker Sam Williams (30), Eagles center/guard Nick Cole (26), free agent running back Steve Baylark (27), safety Dexter Jackson (33), defensive end Anthony Weaver (30), and retired offensive tackle Chris Samuels (33).