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NFL News and Notes - April 28, 2010

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NFL News and Notes - April 28, 2010

Miami Dolphins general manager Jeff Ireland apologized to Dallas Cowboys first-round wide receier Dez Bryant for asking if his mother was ever a prostitute during their pre-draft visit.

New England Patriots fourth-round tight end Aaron Hernandez responded to a Boston Globe report that he failed multiple drug tests while at the University of Florida.

The Buffalo Bills' 2010 draft class is receiving mixed reviews nationally, reports Allen Wilson of the Buffalo News.

New York Jets general manager Mike Tannenbaum consulted with quarterback Mark Sanchez before the team selected USC running back Joe McKnight, reports Manish Mehta of the Newark Star-Ledger.

Baltimore Ravens second-round linebacker Sergio Kindle got a passing grade from the team's medical staff.

The Pittsburgh Steelers added a handful of rookie linebackers over the last few days.

Free agent safety Ken Hamlin is visiting the Cincinnati Bengals.

Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star isn't sure when Indianapolis Colts restricted free agent safety Antoine Bethea will sign his one-year tender.

Tennessee Titans Pro Bowl running back Chris Johnson was not present for the start of the team's OTA sessions.

With the Jacksonville Jaguars' release of John Henderson, there are only two players remaining from the Tom Coughlin Era.

Like the team's four first-round picks before him, Houston Texans first-round cornerback Kareem Jackson is expected to start immediately, writes John McClain of the Houston Chronicle.

Kansas City Chiefs general manager Scott Pioli discussed his team's selections with Clark Judge of

Denver Broncos first-round quarterback Tim Tebow jerseys are selling like hotcakes.

Free agent kicker Nick Novak has signed with the San Diego Chargers.

The Oakland Raiders are preparing to release quarterback and former #1 pick JaMarcus Russell. (And Vittorio Tafur takes a few jabs at ESPN, as well)

A pair of San Jose State alums will participate in the San Francisco 49ers rookie mini-camp on a tryout basis, reports Matthew Barrows of the Sacramento Bee.

Seattle Seahawks left tackle Walter Jones made it look easy, writes Steve Kelley of the Seattle Times.

Free agent guard Alan Faneca agreed to a one-year deal with the Arizona Cardinals on Tuesday.

St. Louis Rams restricted free agent offensive tackle Alex Barron plans to sign his one-year tender, reports Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

New Orleans Saints fullback Heath Evans is hosting a charity softball game tonight, which several Saints, including Drew Brees and Reggie Bush, expected to participate in.

Rick Stroud of the St. Petersburg Times takes a preliminary look at the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' depth chart.

D. Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution introduces Atlanta Falcons fifth-round wide receiver Kerry Meier.

The Carolina Panthers traded safety Chris Harris to the Chicago Bears in exchange for linebacker Jamar Williams on Tuesday.

Washington Redskins tight end Chris Cooley was pulled over by police on Tuesday while doing a live spot on a D.C. radio station.

In addition to claiming guard Shawn Murphy off waivers from the Buccaneers, the Philadelphia Eagles signed three more undrafted free agents on Tuesday.

Gary Myers of the New York Daily News reports the New York Giants are interested in free agent defensive tackle John Henderson.

Undrafted University of New Hampshire tight end Scott Sicko agreed to terms with a persistent Dallas Cowboys' front office.

Chicago Bears director of college scouting Greg Gabriel will not be back with the organization, opening the door for Tim Ruskell to re-join his friend Jerry Angelo, the Bears' general manager.

Green Bay Packers undrafted rookie cornerback Sam Shields' special teams prowess may earn him a roster spot, writes Bob McGinn of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.

Mark Craig of the Star Tribune looks at the affect Minnesota Vikings defensive tackles Pat and Kevin Williams' StarCaps case could have on anti-doping policies.

Detroit Lions seventh-round defensive end Willie Young has some pass-rush potential, writes Tim Twentyman of the Detroit News.

Today's NFL birthdays: Browns linebacker Scott Fujita (31), Broncos nose tackle Jamal Williams (34), Chiefs defensive end Alex Magee (23), Vikings defensive end Brian Robison (27), Chargers quarterback Billy Volek (34), and free agents running back Christian Morton (29) and wide receiver James Thrash (35).

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