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#NFL News and Notes - July 13, 2010

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#NFL News and Notes - July 13, 2010

Buffalo Bills first-round running back C.J. Spiller won't be in a rush to sign his rookie contract. (My take here)

Albert Breer of the Boston Globe suggests that the New England Patriots will use the spread offense less going forward.

New York Jets nose tackle Kris Jenkins wants an injury-free season.

The Miami Heat will take some of the South Florida spotlight from the Miami Dolphins, writes Ethan Skolnick of the Sun-Sentinel.

Anything less than a Super Bowl would be a disappointment to Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Derrick Mason.

Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin received a three-year extension, reports Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

Former Cleveland Browns tight end Milt Morin passed away last Friday.

An online gambling site has set the over/under on the Cincinnati Bengals' win total at eight games.

The Tennessee Titans confirmed that defensive end Jay Moore and tight end Gerald Harris had been waived.

Jacksonville Jaguars safety Sean Considine is participating in a benefit for the Muscular Dystrophy Association in Illinois.

Houston Texans second-round running back Ben Tate will be honored by his hometown on July 17.

Hundreds of Kansas City Chiefs fans showed up for a video shoot in Sand Springs, Oklahoma, including some protesters.

Several players are getting second chances with the Denver Broncos, writes Jeff Legwold of the Denver Post.

Former San Diego State and San Diego Chargers head coach Don Coryell was memorialized at San Diego State University on Monday.

Oakland Raiders fifth-round cornerback Walter McFadden signed a four-year contract.

2010 is an important season for San Francisco 49ers defensive lineman Kentwan Balmer, writes Matt Maiocco of

Former Arizona Cardinals linebacker Isaac Keys is competing in a reality dating show.

BYU running back Harvey Unga, available in Thursday's supplemental draft, would love to play in the same backfield with St. Louis Rams running back Steven Jackson.

Former Dallas Cowboys tight end/long-snapper Jamar Hunt is suing the team after suffering a neck injury during the collapse of their practice bubble.

New York Giants quarterback Jim Sorgi wants to be a solid #2 quarterback for his new team.

Philadelphia Eagles linebacker and pit bull advocate Ernie Sims wants to get on the same page as Michael Vick.

Former Washington Redskins Super Bowl-winning quarterback Doug Williams discusses his new role with the UFL's Norfolk franchise with Tom Robinson of The Virginian-Pilot.

Signing cornerback Dunta Robinson tops D. Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution's list of the Top 10 Atlanta Falcons moves this off-season.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Josh Freeman is getting some help from a former teammate at his football camp this week.

The New Orleans Saints "Championship Tour" is taking a detour to Alexandria, Louisiana.

Julius Peppers and the secondary are the keys on the Chicago Bears defense , writes Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune.

Tim Twentyman of the Detroit News looks at the ten questions facing the Detroit Lions entering training camp.

Minnesota Vikings quarterback Brett Favre tested his ankle, but not his voice in Hattiesburg, MS on Monday.

The Green Bay Packers officially announced the signing of fifth-round tight end Andrew Quarless, which was reported on this site late last week.

Today's NFL birthdays: Falcons punter Michael Koenen (28), Cowboys defensive end Jason Hatcher (28), Dolphins offensive tackle Vernon Carey (29), Steelers undrafted rookie safety Justin Thornton (23), 49ers linebacker Manny Lawson (26) and safety Curtis Taylor (25), free agent guard Dennis Conley (25).

The late Tony Fein, an 2009 undrafted free agent linebacker from Mississippi who spent part of 2009 with Baltimore and Seattle, would have turned 28 today.

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