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NFL News and Notes - May 28, 2010

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NFL News and Notes - May 28, 2010

New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft and head coach Bill Belichick called the early signing of their draft picks "business as usual". (Pats are ahead of last year's pace)

Buffalo Bills safety Donte Whitner likes the changes that new head coach Chan Gailey has made.

New York Jets nose tackle Kris Jenkins will be recovered from his torn ACL to participate in the team's June mini-camp, reports Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News.

Miami Dolphins defensive end Phillip Merling was arrested after allegedly assaulting his pregnant girlfriend.

Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Donte Stallworth has looked impressive, writes Mike Preston of the Baltimore Sun.

Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger was cleared by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to return to next week's practices.

Cleveland Browns wide receiver Brian Robiskie has impressed his coaches with his progress this off-season, reports Tony Grossi of the Cleveland Plain-Dealer.

Joe Reedy of the Cincinnati Enquirer reports that Cincinnati Bengals defensive end Michael Johnson is getting some help from injured teammate Rashad Jeanty while he's working at outside linebacker this off-season.

Free agent additions Andy Alleman and Adam Terry hope to help the Indianapolis Colts improve up front, writes Phil Richards of the Indianapolis Star.

Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean doubts the Tennessee Titans can make Chris Johnson happy without a new deal.

Jacksonville Jaguars guard Justin Smiley is eager for a fresh start.

Houston Texans wide receiver Jacoby Jones is expected to challenge Kevin Walter for a starting job this off-season.

San Diego Chargers outside linebacker Jyles Tucker was a standout during the team's mini-camp, writes Kevin Acee of the San Diego Union-Tribune.

The Oakland Raiders filed a grievance in an attempt to recoup $9.5 million dollars from former quarterback JaMarcus Russell.

Denver Broncos first-round quarterback Tim Tebow worked with the third-team offense, but head coach Josh McDaniels downplayed any perceived changes to the depth chart.

Kansas City Chiefs defensive lineman Glenn Dorsey could play nose tackle and end in the team's 3-4 front.

Berry Tramel of The Oklahoman thinks St. Louis Rams first-round quarterback Sam Bradford should start right away.

Arizona Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt will continue to call the offensive plays, reports Kent Somers of The Arizona Republic.

Bay Area reporters were schooled on the X's & O's by the San Francisco 49ers' coaching staff on Thursday.

Seattle Seahawks undrafted rookie defensive tackle DeMarcus Granger was waived on Thursday. (Not the worst thing that's happened to him in Seattle.)

Green Bay Packers CEO Mark Murphy has made some changes to the team's board of directors and executive committee.

Minnesota Vikings defensive tackles Kevin and Pat Williams are sick of their court case, reports Chip Scoggins of the Star Tribune.

The Detroit Lions are interested in free agent linebacker Keith Bulluck, who played under Lions head coach Jim Schwartz back in Tennessee.

Chicago Bears defensive back Danieal Manning hopes to find a permanent role at strong safety, reports Vaughn McClure of the Chicago Tribune.

Dallas Cowboys restricted free agent safety Gerald Sensabaugh signed his one-year tender on Thursday, but it still seeking a long-term deal.

New York Giants second-year wide receiver Ramses Barden is pushing to be active on Sundays this Fall.

Philadelphia Eagles offensive tackle King Dunlap has put on 30 pounds of muscle.

Washington Redskins defensive end Vonnie Holliday thinks Albert Haynesworth is going to have to put in a lot of work to get up to speed in the team's new 3-4 defense.

Darin Gantt of the Charlotte Observer clears up the Carolina Panthers' decision to let longtime scout Pete Russell go.

Atlanta Falcons tight end Tony Gonzalez was on-board a flight that made an emergency landing last night.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Cadillac Williams declared himself 100%.

New Orleans Saints tight end Jeremy Shockey was rushed to the hospital after a seizure in the team's weight room on Thursday.

Today's NFL birthdays: Ravens offensive tackle Michael Oher (24), Browns center Eric Ghiaciuc (29), Colts wide receiver Dudley Guice (24) and cornerback Jacob Lacey (23), Vikings wide receiver Percy Harvin (22), Giants defensive tackle Jay Alford (27), 49ers third-round linebacker Navorro Bowman (22), and free agents wide receiver Ronald Curry (31), center Sean Mahan (30), and linebacker Shantee Orr (29.

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