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#NFL News and Notes - July 16, 2010

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#NFL News and Notes - July 16, 2010

Seattle Seahawks safety Kevin Ellison plead not guilty to felony drug possession chargers in Torrance Superior Court on Thursday.

Matthew Barrows of the Sacramento Bee explains why the San Francisco 49ers were reluctant to extend franchised nose tackle Aubrayo Franklin's contract.

Arizona Cardinals third-round wide receiver Andre Roberts agreed to a four-year contract on Thursday.

Writing for The Sporting News, Mike Florio thinks the St. Louis Rams should stand firm in their contract talks with first overall pick Sam Bradford.

The Chicago Bears spent a 2011 seventh-round pick on BYU running back Harvey Unga in yesterday's Supplemental draft.

The Green Bay Packers have offered the use of Lambeau Field for the 2011 Big Ten Championship Game.

Free agent guard Chester Pitts will work out for teams next week, but it's unclear if the Minnesota Vikings are still interested, writes Judd Zulgad of the Star Tribune.

Detroit Lions cornerback Jonathan Wade isn't lacking in the confidence department.

The New York Giants waived injured wide receiver Domenik Hixon on Thursday.

A trustee overseeing Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick's bankruptcy resolution is seeking $2 million in reimbursement.

Washington Redskins running back Clinton Portis has made a favorable impression on Mike Shanahan this off-season.

University of Illinois defensive lineman Joshua Price-Brent was chosen by the Dallas Cowboys in the Supplemental draft.

New Orleans Saints fourth-round defensive tackle Al Woods signed a four-year contract on Thursday.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Josh Johnson co-hosted a free football camp in the Bay Area earlier this month.

Former Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Terance Mathis is holding his Elite 1 Performance Blue Chip football camp this Saturday.

Carolina Panthers wide receiver Steve Smith could return from his broken arm to play in the final pre-season game, reports Jason La Canfora of the NFL Network.

Baltimore Ravens quarterback Marc Bulger understands his role as Joe Flacco's back-up.

Pittsburgh's tourism agency would like the city to bid to host a Super Bowl.

Cleveland Browns nose tackle Shaun Rogers was placed in a 12-month diversion program on Thursday.

Joe Reedy of the Cincinnati Enquirer looks at the Cincinnati Bengals quarterbacks.

Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Dudley Guice has been using MMA training to prepare for camp.

Twelve Tennessee Titans training camp practices will be open to the public, reports John Glennon for The Tennessean.

The Jacksonville Jaguars offensive line has gotten slimmer, stronger this off-season.

Houston Texans wide receiver Jacoby Jones is pushing for a starting job this summer.

Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator Charlie Weis will be a featured guest at a GOP fund-raiser in a Kansas City suburb on July 23.

Nike unveiled Denver Broncos first-round quarterback Tim Tebow's shoe line on Thursday.

Oakland Raiders sixth-round linebacker Travis Goethel signed a four-year contract, the team announced.

A San Marco, CA pharmacy is named in the DEA probe of San Diego Chargers team doctors.

Miami Dolphins nose tackle Jason Ferguson announced his retirement on Thursday.

New York Jets safety Eric Smith wants to play a bigger role in the defense in 2010.

Buffalo Bills cornerback Terrence McGee donated $25,000 to help renovate Northwestern State University's Athletic Fieldhouse.

It's unclear if New England Patriots Pro Bowl guard Logan Mankins will show up for training camp, reports Ian Rapoport of the Boston Herald.

Today's NFL birthdays: Bills wide receiver Roscoe Parrish (28), Panthers defensive tackle Louis Leonard (26), Bengals punter Kevin Huber (25), Broncos running back Knowshon Moreno (23), Jaguars fifth-round linebacker Larry Hart (23), Seahawks long-snapper Matt Overton (25), Titans wide receiver Dominique Edison (24), and free agent cornerback Aaron Glenn (38).

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