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#NFL News and Notes - July 21, 2010

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#NFL News and Notes - July 21, 2010

Seven days worth of two-a-day practice sessions will greet the New England Patriots players when camp opens.

The New York Jets are confident that they'll sell the remaining 2,300 PSLs by opening day, Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News reports.

Miami Dolphins third-round guard John Jerry signed a four-year contract on Tuesday.

Jamison Hensley of the Baltimore Sun lists the Baltimore Ravens who could begin training camp on PUP.

Pittsburgh Steelers assistant head coach John Mitchell is actively involved in "Every Child", which aides vulnerable families and children in the Pittsburgh area.

Cleveland Browns wide receiver Chansi Stuckey hosted a football camp in Warner Robins, Georgia late last week.

Cincinnati Bengals seventh-round guard/center Reggie Stephens agreed to a four-year deal on Tuesday.

The Indianapolis Colts were one of two teams to attend free agent guard Chester Pitts' workout in Arizona, Jason La Canfora of reports.

Tennessee Titans tight end Bo Scaife is expected to have a big season, writes John Glennon of The Tennessean.

Jacksonville Jaguars third-round defensive tackle D'Anthony Smith signed a four-year contract on Tuesday.

The Houston Texans do not appear interested in re-signing Chester Pitts, writes Alan Burge.

The Kansas City Chiefs officially announced the signing of fifth-round linebacker Cameron Sheffield.

Denver Broncos first-round quarterback Tim Tebow could see plenty of playing time this season, writes Dave Kreiger.

The Oakland Raiders could use Terrell Owens, opines Monte Pool of the Bay Area News Group.

If the San Diego Chargers fail to get a downtown stadium, they're gone, writes Nick Canepa of the San Diego Union-Tribune.

Arizona Cardinals defensive lineman Darnell Dockett is pushing his teammates to be great.

San Francisco 49ers cornerback Reggie Smith likes returning to his hometown to work out in the off-season.

The Seattle Seahawks increased the number of season tickets by 1,000.

Talks between the St. Louis Rams and first overall pick Sam Bradford are about to intensify, writes Howard Balzer of the St. Louis Globe-Democrat.

Green Bay Packers third-round safety Morgan Burnett's four-year contract included an $875,100 signing bonus.

Minnesota Vikings quarterback Brett Favre does not have a deadline to report to training camp.

The agent for Detroit Lions first-round defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh hopes to have him signed in time for training camp, reports Mike O'Hara for the Detroit News.

Free agent quarterback Mike Teel has agreed to terms with the Chicago Bears.

The Dallas Cowboys are working to get first-round wide receiver Dez Bryant under contract before training camp begins on Saturday.

New York Giants wide receiver Hakeem Nicks' surgically-repaired toe will be healed in time for training camp.

Christina Lurie, the wife of Philadelphia Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie, has been a decision-maker on non-football matters, writes Ashley Fox of the Philadelphia Inquirer.

The Washington Redskins-themed scratch ticket with the Virginia lottery will cost $10 in its second year.

Carolina Panthers third-round wide receiver Brandon LaFell signed a four-year contract on Tuesday.

D. Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution previews the Atlanta Falcons linebackers.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers second-round defensive tackle Brian Price signed a four-year contract on Tuesday.

Growing up in Cincinnati, New Orleans Saints fifth-round center Matt Tennant admired Hall of Fame tackle Anthony Munoz.

Today's NFL birthdays: Broncos defensive end Le Kevin Smith (28) and linebacker Wesley Woodyard (24), Texans fullback Justin Griffith (30), Colts undrafted rookie cornerback Jordan Hemby (23), Chiefs third-round guard Jon Asamoah (22), Eagles long-snapper Jon Dorenbos (30), 49ers quarterback David Carr (31), Rams undrafted fullback Jamie McCoy (23), Buccaneers safety Tanard Jackson (25) and tight end Kellen Winslow (27), Redskins fullback Mike Sellers (35), free agent long-snapper Ryan Senser (26), linebacker Tony Taylor (26), and defensive end Lawrence Wilson (23).

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