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NFL News and Notes - June 12, 2010

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NFL News and Notes - June 12, 2010

Dallas Cowboys restricted free agent wide receiver Miles Austin signed his one-year tender on Friday.

New York Giants third-round safety Chad Jones signed a four-year contract.

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Kevin Kolb is looking forward to training camp, writes Les Bowen of the Philadelphia Inquirer.

Three of the Washington Redskins' six 2010 draft picks signed contracts on Friday.

Darin Gantt of the Charlotte Observer reports that Carolina Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis is scheduled to have surgery today to repair the ACL ligament in his right knee, which he re-tore on Tuesday.

Several Atlanta Falcons have youth football camps scheduled for this weekend.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers offensive coordinator Greg Olson's system is a lot like former head coach Jon Grudens' system, writes Rick Stroud of the St. Petersburg Times.

New Orleans Saints defensive end Will Smith was presented with the key to the city of Utica, New York, Smith's hometown.

Detroit Lions first-round defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh threw out the first pitch at last night's Detroit Tigers game.

Minnesota Vikings head coach Brad Childress chided running back Adrian Peterson for skipping the team's mandatory mini-camp, while Brett Favre rides a tractor.

Sauk County District Attorney Patricia Barrett has reportedly received the files from the Lake Delton police department's investigation into sexual assault allegations against Green Bay Packers cornerback Brandon Underwood.

Sean Jensen of the Chicago Sun-Times opened up his Chicago Bears' mailbag on Friday.

St. Louis Rams offensive tackle Jason Smith will miss the remainder of the off-season workouts with a broken toe.

Seattle Seahawks linebacker Leroy Hill's trial for domestic violence could begin in late July, Danny O'Neil of the Seattle Times reports.

San Francisco 49ers second-year quarterback Nate Davis is struggling to progress this off-season, writes David White of the San Francisco Chronicle.

Arizona Cardinals safety Adrian Wilson had his high school jersey retired on Thursday night.

Free agent wide receiver Josh Reed signed a one-year deal with the San Diego Chargers on Friday.

Veteran free agent defensive tackle John Henderson agreed to terms with the Oakland Raiders.

Denver Broncos unsigned restricted free agent linebacker Elvis Dumervil is attending, but not participating in the team's mandatory mini-camp this weekend, the Denver Post's Lindsay Jones reports.

Adam Teicher of the Kansas City Star writes that the Kansas City Chiefs are expecting the same front seven to improve its pass rush from a year ago.

Houston Texans fourth-round linebacker Darryl Sharpton signed a four-year contract on Friday, Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com reports.

Indianapolis Colts safety Antoine Bethea signed a four-year, $27 million dollar contract extension on Friday.

Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback Rashean Mathis explains his skipping of the team's voluntary "Organized Team Activity" sessions this off-season to Jeff Elliot of the Florida Times-Union.

Miami Dolphins quarterback Chad Pennington may start the 2010 season on the PUP list, reports Omar Kelly of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.

Buffalo Bills wide receiver James Hardy is saddened by the closing of Elmhurst High School, his alma mater.

The New England Patriots signed running back Thomas Clayton on Friday, and released three other hopefuls, including quarterback Mike Teel.

To increase sales, New York Jets reduced the price on 18,000 PSLs (personal seat licenses) in the new Meadowlands Stadium.

As the Baltimore Ravens conclude their off-season workouts, the health of the secondary is the biggest concern, writes Jamison Hensley of the Baltimore Sun.

The Pittsburgh Steelers officially announced the signing of 2010 draft picks Thaddeus Gibson and Doug Worthington.

Five unsigned Cleveland Browns restricted free agents received notification that the amount of their one-year tenders would be reduced if they remain unsigned on June 15.

Chick Ludwig of the Cincinnati Enquirer thinks Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Chad Ochocinco is hurting the team with his absence this off-season.

Today's NFL birthdays: Bengals undrafted offensive tackle Andrew Mitchell (25), Texans wide receiver Andre Davis (31), Colts tight end Dallas Clark (31), Jets quarterback Erik Ainge (24), Raiders wide receiver Paul Hubbard (25), Eagles third-round defensive end Daniel Te'o-Nesheim (23), Steelers linebacker Larry Foote (30), Chargers undrafted wide receiver Seyi Ajiroututu (23), Rams wide receiver Donnie Avery (26), free agents cornerbacks Jason David (28) and Antonio Smith (26), linebacker Frantz Joseph (24), offensive linemen Seth McKinney (31) and Ryan Tucker (35), and recently retired offensive lineman Duke Preston (28), who was last with the Dallas Cowboys.

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