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NFL News and Notes - June 19, 2010

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NFL News and Notes - June 19, 2010

To fit a pair of signed draft choices, the Seattle Seahawks released wide receivers Reggie Williams and Victor James.

San Francisco 49ers head coach Mike Singletary canceled the final two practices of mini-camp, ending the team's off-season practice schedule.

The Arizona Cardinals are discussing holding joint practices with the Tennessee Titans in August.

Dallas Cowboys Hall of Fame running back Tony Dorsett spoke to 350 kids at the Legends football clinic in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

New York Giants tight end Kevin Boss is ahead of schedule in his recovery from ankle surgery, reports Mike Garafolo of the Newark Star-Ledger.

ESPN analyst Ron Jaworski senses a different energy with the Philadelphia Eagles this off-season, writes Sheil Kapadia of

After skipping mini-camp, Washington Redskins defensive lineman Albert Haynesworth has been fined $10,000.

Carolina Panthers running back DeAngelo Williams mistakenly appeared on the NFL transactions list on Friday.

Mark Bradley of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution thinks the Atlanta Falcons will play to represent the NFC in Super Bowl XLV.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers co-chairman Bryan Glazer predicts more blackouts in 2010.

New Orleans Saints restricted free agent wide receiver Lance Moore signed his one-year tender on Friday.

Chicago Bears linebacker Lance Briggs would welcome an 18-game regular season.

Detroit Lions linebacker Zach Follett is back to his natural outside linebacker position, writes Carlos Monarrez of the Detroit Free Press.

Judd Zulgad of the Star Tribune wonders if Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson is angling for a new contract.

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is expected to attend the Green Bay Packers annual shareholders meeting in late July.

Oakland Raiders head coach Tom Cable lost a bet to cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha.

San Diego Chargers tight end Antonio Gates hosted between 400-500 high school players at his Sound Mind, Sound Body Football Academy at Wayne State University.

Denver Broncos first-round quarterback Tim Tebow visited with a 12-year old fan who got run over by a bus.

The Kansas City Chiefs are counting on immediate contributions from their 2010 draft class, writes Adam Teicher of the Kansas City Star.

The Indianapolis Colts haven't stated a position on an expanded regular season.

Jamie Winborn is hoping to provide an answer at outside linebacker for the Tennessee Titans.

Houston Texans undrafted defensive lineman Malcolm Sheppard has impressed the coaching staff this off-season.

Miami Dolphins punter Brandon Fields and long-snapper John Denney signed contract extensions, reports David Neal of the Miami Herald.

With three 1,000-yard receivers, the New York Jets could have an expanded passing game this season, writes Jenny Vrentas of the Newark Star-Ledger.

Albert Breer of the Boston Globe attempts to predict the New England Patriots' 53-man roster.

Buffalo Bills tight end Michael Matthews was brought in to help improve the team's running game.

Baltimore Ravens long-snapper Matt Katula says tendinitis led to wayward snaps last season, reports Edward Lee of the Baltimore Sun.

Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Ike Taylor hosted a football camp in Gretna, Louisiana on Friday.

Cleveland Browns president Mike Holmgren and his wife, Kathy, are the namesakes to Medical Teams International's regional headquarters in Washington state.

Five members of the Cincinnati Bengals were released on Friday.

Today's NFL birthdays: Ravens offensive tackle Digger Bujnoch (24), Bills third-round defensive end Alex Carrington (23), Bears fullback Will Ta'ufo'ou (24), Broncos running back Lance Ball (25), Patriots seventh-round offensive tackle Thomas Welch (23), Giants undrafted rookie defensive end Ayanga Okpokowuruk (23), Eagles fourth-round linebacker Keenan Clayton (23), Steelers running back Rashard Mendenhall (23), Chargers linebacker Stephen Cooper (31), cornerback Quentin Jammer (31) and seventh-round tight end Dedrick Epps (22), free agent offensive tackle Jason Capizzi (25), fullback J.D. Runnels (26), offensive tackle Ephraim Salaam (34), cornerbacks Patrick Surtain (34) and Kiwaukee Thomas (33), and retired guard Chris Gray (40).

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