NFL News and Notes - May 4, 2010

Former Buffalo Bills cornerback Booker Edgerson will be inducted to the Bills' Wall of Fame in 2010.

New England Patriots tight end Alge Crumpler has spent the last six weeks working with fitness guru Mackie Shilstone, reports Ian Rapoport of the Boston Herald.

Undrafted linebackers Cory Reamer (Alabama) and Brashton Satele (Hawaii) signed with the New York Jets on Monday after trying out over the weekend.

Miami Dolphins fifth-round safety Reshad Jones thinks he's ready to start immediately.

Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Maurice Purify was arrested for disorderly conduct on Monday night.

Free agent tight end Alex Smith has signed a one-year deal with the Cleveland Browns.

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Limas Sweed underwent surgery to repair a torn Achilles tendon on Monday.

Undrafted University of Alabama running back Roy Upchurch will try out for the Baltimore Ravens during this upcoming weekend's mini-camp, Aaron Wilson of the Carroll County Times reports.

Jacksonville Jaguars defensive end/linebacker Bryan Smith tore an ACL and will miss the 2010 season.

LP Field, home of the Tennessee Titans, is flooded up to the third row of seats.

The Indianapolis Colts waived wide receiver Roy Small on Monday.

Adam Teicher of the Kansas City Star has six observations from the Kansas City Chiefs' recent mini-camp.

Between Kyle Orton and the first-round selection of Tim Tebow, Brady Quinn appears to be the odd man out in the Denver Broncos quarterback derby.

Oakland Raiders fourth-round offensive tackle Bruce Campbell seeks to silence his critics.

New York Giants third-round safety Chad Jones bypassed a baseball career to play on the gridiron, writes Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News.

The Philadelphia Eagles unveiled kelly green throwback uniforms on Monday, and John Gonzalez of the Philadelphia Inquirer thinks they should stick with them.

Five players, including 2009 seventh-round wide receiver Marko Mitchell, were released by the Washington Redskins on Monday.

Dallas Cowboys first-round wide receiver Dez Bryant's mother has been arrested twice in the last two years, reports Gerry Fraley of the Dallas Morning News.

Free agent safety Darren Sharper agreed to a one-year deal to return to the New Orleans Saints.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers signed five players who tried out for them during last weekend's rookie mini-camp.

Atlanta Falcons safety William Moore has been cleared to play in this weekend's mini-camp, reports D. Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Carolina Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis is willing to wait for a new contract.

Detroit Lions first-round pick Ndamukong Suh expects to make an impact right away.

The Chicago Bears signed undrafted USC defensive tackle Averell Spicer on Monday.

Minnesota Vikings kicker Ryan Longwell is trying to qualify for the U.S. Open.

The Green Bay Packers officially announced the signing of three tryout players from last weekend's rookie mini-camp on Monday.

St. Louis Rams vice-president of player personnel Tony Softli has permission to seek employment elsewhere, reports Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

Free agent cornerback Justin Miller signed a one-year deal with the Arizona Cardinals on Monday.

Free agent cornerback William James is visiting the San Francisco 49ers.

The Seattle Seahawks added two tryout players from this weekend's mini-camp on Monday, including former University of Washington offensive tackle Joe Toledo.

Today's NFL birthdays: Jaguars running back Montell Owens (26) and tight end Zach Potter (24), Chiefs wide receiver Lance Long (25), Jets undrafted rookie cornerback Brian Jackson (23), Raiders wide receiver Shaun Bodiford (28), Eagles tight end Martin Rucker (25), Steelers linebacker James Harrison (32), 49ers offensive tackle Alex Boone (23), Seahawks running back Louis Rankin (25), Buccaneers defensive tackle Ryan Sims (30), Redskins guard Chad Rinehart (25), and free agents linebacker Derrick Pope (28), guard Isaac Sowells (28).

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