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NFL News and Notes - June 2, 2010

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NFL News and Notes - June 2, 2010

Boston College linebacker Mark Herzlich will play in New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's flag football game at Harvard Stadium on Friday night.

Transitioning from defensive end to linebacker has Buffalo Bills eight-year veteran Chris Kelsay feeling like a rookie.

New York Jets safety Jim Leonhard has been mentoring undrafted rookie safety Donovan Warren, writes Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News.

Miami Dolphins linebacker Channing Crowder, who is coming off Lisfranc fracture, vows to be ready for training camp, Omar Kelly of the Sun-Sentinel reports.

Baltimore Ravens second-round defensive lineman Terrence Cody has been impressive during the off-season workouts, writes Jamison Hensley of the Baltimore Sun.

Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger returned to the practice field on Tuesday.

The Cleveland Browns re-issued the one-year tender offers to their five unsigned restricted free agents.

MMA training has boosted the confidence of Cincinnati Bengals third-year linebacker Keith Rivers, writes Joe Reedy of the Cincinnati Enquirer.

Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star reports that Indianapolis Colts training camp appears to be headed back to Anderson University, where they trained from 1984-99.

Jacksonville Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew will host a free football clinic at Andrew Jackson High School in Jacksonville, Florida on June 19.

After spending his rookie season on injured reserve, Houston Texans safety Troy Nolan has been a ballhawk during the OTAs, writes Jordan Godwin of the Houston Chronicle.

The tight end position remains a question mark for the Kansas City Chiefs, writes Kent Babb of the Kansas City Star.

Woody Paige of the Denver Post believes Denver Broncos head coach Josh McDaniels will be "a successful, popular coach" who'll turn the Broncos into a Super Bowl team.

Former San Diego Chargers safety Clinton Hart will not face criminal charges after a domestic incident in Ocala, Florida.

If Oakland Raiders owner Al Davis has learned from the Randy Moss, DeAngelo Hall, and JaMarcus Russell situations, he won't attempt to acquire Albert Haynesworth from the Washington Redskins, writes Jerry McDonald in the San Jose Mercury News.

Dallas Cowboys first-round wide receiver Dez Bryant is working with the first-team offense during OTAs.

New York Giants defensive end Mathias Kiwanuka's brother, injured in a motorcycle accident last week in Indianapolis, is in stable condition.

Philadelphia Eagles defensive back Marlin Jackson ruptured his Achilles' tendon on Tuesday, and will likely miss the entire 2010 season.

Redskins running back Larry Johnson is comfortable in the offense, and happy to be back home.

The Carolina Panthers announced their 2010 training camp schedule on Tuesday.

Atlanta Falcons linebackers coach Glenn Pires comments on several linebacker-related topics, including how first-round pick Sean Weatherspoon has looked thus far.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Cadillac Williams has a different mentality this off-season.

Al Dupuy of looks at the undrafted free agents to watch during the New Orleans Saints upcoming mini-camp.

Detroit Lions running back DeDe Dorsey comments on how he was portrayed during last summer's "Hard Knocks" series on HBO.

Minnesota Vikings tight end Visanthe Shiancoe fired another salvo in his Twitter battle with Saints safety Darren Sharper.

Green Bay Packers defensive lineman Johnny Jolly failed a polygraph test, reports Greg Bedard of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.

With no late afternoon starts or Sunday night games on their schedule, the Chicago Bears don't appear to have any opportunities to broadcast The Red Zone channel in their stadium, writes Vaughn McClure of the Chicago Tribune.

Unable to reach a deal before midnight, St. Louis Rams restricted free agent O.J. Atogwe is now a  free agent.

Arizona Cardinals running back Tim Hightower has been the top back throughout the off-season workouts.

Matt Maiocco of Comcast SportsNet Bay Area breaks down the San Francisco 49ers' roster.

Seattle Seahawks sixth-round tight end Anthony McCoy signed a four-year deal on Tuesday.

Today's NFL birthdays: Cardinals linebacker Will Davis (24), Falcons undrafted rookie defensive tackle Trey Bryant (23), Eagles offensive lineman Stacy Andrews (29) and running back Dwayne Wright (27), Steelers wide receiver Stefan Logan (29), free agents safety Steve Cargile (28), quarterback Alex Brink (25), and former NFL center/guard Andy McCollum (40).

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