NFL News and Notes - May 20, 2010

Miami Dolphins wide receiver Brandon Marshall is out until training camp after undergoing hip surgery.

New York Jets linebacker Vernon Gholston plans to change the perceptions people have about him, reports Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News.

Free agent offensive lineman Cory Procter visited the New England Patriots on Wednesday.

ESPN's John Clayton isn't impressed with the Buffalo Bills' off-season.

Baltimore Ravens fullback Le'Ron McClain wants a long-term contract and more touches on offense, reports Aaron Wilson for the Carroll County Times.

Pittsburgh Steelers offensive coordinator Bruce Arians is working on improving the running game, a director order from team president Art Rooney II.

Cleveland Browns president Mike Holmgren thinks 35-year old quarterback Jake Delhomme will "be better than a lot of people expect" in 2010.

Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Adam Jones is trying to shed the "Pacman" image.

Tennessee Titans general manager Mike Reinfeldt does not expect the team to re-do running back Chris Johnson's contract this off-season.

The Jacksonville Jaguars are pulling out all the stops to get fans into the stadium, writes Gene Frenette of The Times-Union.

Houston Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson will participate in today's OTA session, reports John McClain of the Houston Chronicle.

Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Dwayne Bowe struggled on the field on Wednesday, and but apparently doesn't have to work very hard to score off the field.

Denver Broncos safety Brian Dawkins likes what he sees from the team's defense, writes Woody Paige of the Denver Post.

The San Diego Chargers unveiled their downtown stadium plan.

Oakland Raiders quarterback Jason Campbell is getting comfortable in his new surroundings.

New York Giants defensive end Justin Tuck says his surgically-repaired shoulder is improving every day, writes Ohm Youngmiusk of

After starting at free safety most of last season, Philadelphia Eagles defensive back Macho Harris is moving to cornerback.

Washington Redskins head coach Mike Shanahan thinks the team's defensive linemen will have opportunities to make plays.

The Dallas Cowboys defense needs to create more turnovers, writes Gerry Fraley of the Dallas Morning News.

Chicago Bears middle linebacker Brian Urlacher's surgically-repaired wrist gets sore, but doesn't keep him from doing what he needs to do in the weight room or football field.

Detroit Lions head coach Jim Schwartz likes the physical play of third-round cornerback Amari Spievey.

Minnesota Vikings seventh-round fullback Ryan D'Imperio discussed his position change with Judd Zulgad of the Star Tribune.

Green Bay Packers 2009 first-round pick B.J. Raji will start at nose tackle, with Ryan Pickett moving to left defensive end.

The Seattle Seahawks waived second-year quarterback Mike Teel on Wednesday.

San Francisco 49ers defensive coordinator Greg Manusky wants interchangeable safeties, writes Matt Barrows of the Sacramento Bee.

Arizona Cardinals nose tackle Gabe Watson has slimmed down this off-season.

After missing his rookie season with an ankle injury, St. Louis Rams 2009 fifth-round wide receiver Brooks Foster is looking to crack the 53-man roster.

Free agent linebacker Clint Ingram has agreed to a one-year deal with the New Orleans Saints.

Stephen Holder of the St. Petersburg Times breaks down the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' OTAs, including an update on some key injury situations.

Atlanta Falcons president Rich McKay tells the Atlanta Journal-Constitution that the team would like to build an open-air stadium in downtown Atlanta.

The Carolina Panthers donated $15,000 to the Charlotte Touchdown Club's "Keep Sports In Middle School" program, which was matched by the NFL Players Association.

Today's NFL birthdays: Browns defensive end Keith Grennan (26), Jaguars wide receiver Kassim Osgood (30), Rams running back Chris Ogbonnaya (24) and wide receiver Laurent Robinson (25), Buccaneers linebacker Barrett Ruud (27), free agent linebacker Ryan Fowler (28), and former international practice squad offensive tackle Samuel Gutekunst (26).

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