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NFL News and Notes - June 24, 2010

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NFL News and Notes - June 24, 2010

The New England Patriots will be one of the teams at running back Harvey Unga's workout at BYU, reports Albert Breer of the Boston Globe.

Buffalo Bills linebacker Kawika Mitchell is out to reclaim a starting job.

New York Jets running back LaDainian Tomlinson answered a summer questionnaire for the Newark Star-Ledger.

Mike Berardino of the Sun-Sentinel looks at the Miami Dolphins' special teams units.

Free agent quarterback Marc Bulger will sign a one-year contract with the Baltimore Ravens next week.

Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger made a surprise appearance at a football camp.

Offensive tackle Willie Anderson wants to make an NFL comeback, but that likely won't happen in Cincinnati, writes Joe Reedy of the Cincinnati Enquirer.

Economic impact estimates for Super Bowl XVI in Indianapolis are at $120 million dollars.

Putting a winning product on the field would bring the Jacksonville Jaguars back to life, writes David Johnson of the Florida Times-Union.

Former Houston Texans linebacker Toddrick Verdell has a tryout this week with the Tennessee Titans.

Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Jerheme Urban will host a football camp on Saturday.

Woody Paige of the Denver Post managed to hit all the right keys on his Fisher Price laptop, and thinks the Denver Broncos can wait to re-sign linebacker Elvis Dumervil to a contract extension.

The Oakland Raiders' return to the Bay Area hasn't lived up to expectations, writes Monte Pool of the Oakland Tribune.

San Francisco 49ers head coach Mike Singletary is concerned about his team's punt return situation.

Seattle Seahawks defensive lineman Red Bryant has gotten a fresh start under Pete Carroll, writes Dave Boling of the Tacoma News Tribune.

Arizona Cardinals quarterback Derek Anderson has been working on improving his mechanics, writes Aaron Fentress of The Oregonian.

Free agent safety O.J. Atogwe signed a five-year deal to return to the St. Louis Rams.

There's plenty of optimism within the Chicago Bears, writes Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune.

Three members of the Green Bay Packers 2010 draft class signed contracts on Wednesday.

Minnesota Vikings defensive tackles Kevin Williams and Pat Williams received another favorable court ruling.

Detroit Lions first-round running back Jahvid Best received rave reviews from his teammates, writes John Niyo of the Detroit News.

New York Giants draft picks Mitch Petrus and Matt Dodge signed four-year contracts on Wednesday.

Four former Philadelphia Eagles are participating in the NFL's Broadcast Bootcamp.

Safeties in the Washington Redskins are expected to be interchangeable, reports Paul Tenorio of the Washington Post.

Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo discussed turning 30 and his role as team leader.

New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees will co-chair the President's Council on Fitness, Sports and Nutrition.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers swapped centers on Wednesday, signing Donovan Raiola to a two-year contract.

20 of the Atlanta Falcons' 2010 training camp practices will be open to the public.

Carolina Panthers fourth-round linebacker Eric Norwood signed a four-year contract on Wednesday.

Today's NFL birthdays: Falcons guard Harvey Dahl (29) and defensive tackle Thomas Johnson (29), Bengals wide receiver Freddie Brown (24), Cowboys sixth-round offensive tackle Sam Young (23), Packers cornerback Brandon Underwood (24), Colts quarterback Curtis Painter (25), Vikings cornerback Antoine Winfield (33), Jets defensive end Shaun Ellis (33), Raiders second-round defensive tackle LaMarr Houston (23), Seahawks defensive tackle Colin Cole (30), Buccaneers long-snapper Andrew Economos (28), free agent punter Mitch Berger (38), defensive tackle Tim McGill (31), and offensive tackle Mark Ortmann (24).

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