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#NFL News and Notes - July 9, 2010

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#NFL News and Notes - July 9, 2010

Former New York Giants linebacker Antonio Pierce retired and joined ESPN as an analyst.

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick used poor judgment, says Tony Dungy, who mentored Vick during his return to the NFL.

Washington Redskins linebacker Rocky McIntosh discussed "the one that hasn't been around" on WJFK-AM.

David Moore of the Dallas Morning News breaks down the Dallas Cowboys tight end position.

Arizona Cardinals seventh-round tight end Jim Dray officially signed his four-year contract on Thursday.

The backup "Ted" linebacker for the San Francisco 49ers will get plenty of practice reps, writes Matt Maiocco of CSNBayArea.com.

The Seattle Seahawks were among the four NFL teams that expressed the most interest in BYU running back Harvey Unga after his pro day workout on Thursday.

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is excited about the upcoming season.

Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Sidney Rice's hip injury won't keep him out of training camp.

The Detroit Lions released veteran safety Daniel Bullocks on Thursday.

Chicago Bears safety Chris Harris may be joining Larry Fitzgerald's workouts in Minnesota.

Former New Orleans Saints head coach John North passed away earlier this week.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers should pay left tackle Donald Penn, writes former Bucs quarterback Jeff Carlson for PewterReport.com.

Atlanta Falcons linebacker Robert James was suspended four games by the NFL for violating the league's policy against PEDs.

Carolina Panthers third-round wide receiver Armanti Edwards signed a four-year, $2.5 million dollar contract on Thursday.

The addition of quarterback Marc Bulger shows how little faith in John Beck and Troy Smith the Baltimore Ravens have, writes "The Professor", ESPN's John Clayton.

Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin gave a one-on-one interview with Bruce Rader of WAVY-TV in Hampton Roads, Virginia.

Cleveland Browns president Mike Holmgren brought in one of his favorite players, signing wide receiver Bobby Engram to a one-year deal on Thursday.

Cincinnati Bengals running back Brian Leonard's football camp nearly doubled in size this summer.

Former Indianapolis Colts head coach Tony Dungy was back in Indianapolis earlier this week.

Tennessee Titans sixth-round safety Myron Rolle hosted the second Myron Rolle Wellness and Leadership Academy this week.

Defensive end Reggie Hayward is mulling his options after being released by the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Houston Texans defensive tackle Amobi Okoye is being pushed to finish, reports Paul Kuharsky of ESPN.com.

There are murky waters ahead for the San Diego Chargers and left tackle Marcus McNeill, writes Tim Sullivan of the San Diego Union-Tribune.

Oakland Raiders linebacker Isaiah Ekejiuba, a special teams standout, was released on Thursday.

Former Denver Broncos offensive lineman Mark Schlereth will join the afternoon drive show on KKFN, a Denver sports radio show.

Defensive lineman Kenny Smith, most recently of the Kansas City Chiefs, tore his Achilles' tendon while working out and will miss the entire 2010 season.

Hall of Fame Miami Dolphins quarterback Dan Marino discussed his limp with Omar Kelly of the Sun-Sentinel.

Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com breaks down the six-year, $60 million dollar contract extension signed by New York Jets offensive tackle D'Brickashaw Ferguson.

New England Patriots running back Sammy Morris takes it one year at a time.

Hall of Fame Buffalo Bills running back Thurman Thomas discussed the Bills' quarterback situation and first-round C.J. Spiller on WGR-550.

Today's NFL birthdays: Chargers cornerback Antoine Cason (24), Buccaneers defensive tackle Roy Miller (23), free agent tight end Leonard Stephens (32), retired quarterbacks Trent Green (40) and Damon Huard (37), and retired guard Pete Kendall (37).

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