Here’s your Wednesday morning spin around the National Football League.
Buffalo Bills rookies toured the area on Tuesday.
Undrafted University of Hawaii offensive lineman Aaron Kia signed with the New York Jets.
Leadership opportunities are available on the 2010 Miami Dolphins, writes Jeff Darlington of the Miami Herald.
Baltimore Ravens offensive tackle Oniel Cousins could push for the starting right tackle job, reports Jamison Hensley of the Baltimore Sun.
Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Byron Leftwich is getting the first-team reps during the OTAs.
With kicker Phil Dawson skipping the off-season workouts, the Cleveland Browns added veteran insurance at the kicker position on Tuesday.
Joe Reedy of the Cincinnati Enquirer examines the offensive side of the Cincinnati Bengals’ roster.
The Indianapolis Colts added three free agents, including defensive tackle Marlon Favorite.
Tennessee Titans head coach Jeff Fisher is leaving the door open for linebacker Keith Bulluck to return to the team.
Jacksonville Jaguars cornerback Scott Starks believes he’s in for a breakout season.
Houston Texans running back Steve Slaton is looking to overcome injuries, fumbles in 2010.
The Kansas City Chiefs will see how good quarterback Matt Cassel is this season, writes Sam Mellinger of the Kansas City Star.
Denver Broncos quarterback Kyle Orton feels like the starting job is his to lose.
Kevin Acee of the San Diego Union-Tribune recaps the San Diego Chargers’ first OTA session, which did not include their first two picks in the 2010 NFL Draft or four key restricted free agents.
Oakland Raiders head coach Tom Cable says free agent wide receiver Terrell Owens is not on the team’s radar screen.
Free agent quarterback J.P. Losman is on the verge of signing with the Seattle Seahawks.
San Francisco 49ers first round picks Anthony Davis and Mike Iupati will have to earn reps with the first-team offensive line, reports David White of the San Francisco Chronicle.
Arizona Cardinals restricted free agent guard Deuce Lutui continues to stay away from the team’s off-season programs.
After undergoing back surgery this off-season, St. Louis Rams running back Steven Jackson says he’ll be ready for training camp.
New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees did some recruiting for Purdue and discussed the team’s title defense, as well as Chase Daniels’ NFL prospects at a function in Missouri on Tuesday.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers cornerback Ronde Barber wants to end his NFL career on his own terms, writes Rick Stroud of the St. Petersburg Times.
D. Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution wonders if the Atlanta Falcons should sign Terrell Owens.
Free agent tight end Jamie Petrowski signed with the Carolina Panthers.
By changing positions last season, Washington Redskins linebackers Chris Wilson and Brian Orakpo have a head-start on their roles in the team’s new 3-4 scheme.
Philadelphia Eagles fourth-round linebacker Keenan Clayton considered quitting football after losing his starting safety position at Oklahoma.
During a three-day charity event in Jacksonville, New York Giants head coach Tom Coughlin did a Q&A session with Gene Frenette of the Florida Times-Union.
Dallas Cowboys cornerback Mike Jenkins has not become complacent following a Pro Bowl appearance in 2009.
Chicago Bears fifth-round cornerback Joshua Moore signed a four-year deal worth $1.988 million dollars, reports Sean Jensen of the Chicago Sun-Times.
Detroit Lions running back Kevin Smith is taking first-round pick Jahvid Best under his wing, reports Tim Twentyman of the Detroit News.
Free agent guard Chester Pitts will work out for the Minnesota Vikings on July 15.
Green Bay Packers restricted free agents Tramon Williams, Johnny Jolly, and Atari Bigby were not in attendance when the team kicked off their Organized Team Activity sessions.
Today’s NFL birthdays: Panthers guard/tackle Travelle Wharton (29), Cowboys wide receiver Titus Ryan (26), Colts safety David Caldwell (23), Jaguars tight end Marcedes Lewis (26), Chiefs cornerback Brandon Carr (24), and Dolphins wide receiver Patrick Turner (23).