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#NFL News and Notes - July 18, 2010

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#NFL News and Notes - July 18, 2010

Will the New England Patriots continue to have their way with the Buffalo Bills in 2010?

New York Jets first-round cornerback Kyle Wilson leans on his older brother, writes Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News.

Omar Kelly of the Sun-Sentinel looks at some of the questions facing the Miami Dolphins before training camp.

Baltimore Ravens offensive assistant Al Saunders brings expertise and enthusiasm to the job, writes Ken Murray of the Baltimore Sun.

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antwan Randle El is ready for his second stint with the franchise.

Tony Grossi of the Cleveland Plain-Dealer takes a pre-training camp look at each position on the Cleveland Browns roster.

Don't expect wide receiver Terrell Owens to sign with the Cincinnati Bengals, writes Joe Reedy of the Cincinnati Enquirer.

Don't look for T.O. in San Diego, either, writes Nick Canepa of the San Diego Union-Tribune.

Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Reggie Wayne hopes to report to camp on time, reports Phil Richards of the Indianapolis Star.

Tennessee Titans third-round linebacker Rennie Curran will take any opportunity he can get in his rookie season.

Houston Texans second-round running back Ben Tate was honored in his hometown on Saturday.

Kent Babb of the Kansas City Star compiles the Kansas City Chiefs "To Do" list for training camp.

Denver Broncos first-round quarterback Tim Tebow stands for something other than himself.

Oakland Raiders safety Mike Mitchell is better when he's playing closer to the line of scrimmage, writes Jerry McDonald.

Dallas Cowboys head coach Wade Phillips' comfort level has increased, writes Todd Archer of the Dallas Morning News.

New York Giants wide receiver Domenik Hixon cleared waivers, and will be placed on injured reserve.

Philadelphia Eagles president Joe Banner and head coach Andy Reid are polar opposites, apart from their willingness to do whatever it takes to win.

Former Washington Redskins wide receiver Charlie Brown coaches and mentors youth in his native South Carolina.

Carolina Panthers wide receiver Wallace Wright wants to be more than a special teams standout, Darin Gantt of the Charlotte Observer writes.

The young Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receivers will need to develop quickly, writes Stephen Holder of the St. Petersburg Times.

Hall of Fame New Orleans Saints linebacker Rickey Jackson is looking forward to his induction ceremony.

Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune looks at the new faces on the Chicago Bears offense.

2010 is likely quarterback Drew Stanton's last season with the Detroit Lions, writes Tim Twentyman of the Detroit News.

The Minnesota Vikings reached a partnership with the Minnesota State Lottery.

Former Green Bay Packers tight end Mark Chmura was inducted into team's Hall of Fame on Saturday night.

San Francisco 49ers owner Jed York hopes London supports the 49ers in their Wembley Stadium home games against the Broncos on October 31.

Linebacker Joey Porter says signing with the Arizona Cardinals was the best fit for him.

St. Louis Rams offensive tackle Ryan McKee hopes to earn a roster spot this summer.

Today's NFL birthdays: Cardinals tight end Stephen Spach (28), Panthers defensive end Hilee Taylor (24), Steelers fifth-round linebacker Stevenson Sylvester (22), Seahawks wide receiver Deion Branch (31), free agent cornerback Charles Gordon (26), wide receivers D.J. Hall (24) and Julian Hawkins (24), and guard Hercules Satele (25).

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