From the morning:
The Dolphins and rookie QB Ryan Tannehill have agreed to terms on a contract reportedly worth $12.69 million, with a $7.65 million signing bonus.
The 2012 Summer Olympics are in full swing and you can watch all of the events online here.
49ers WR Michael Crabtree missed Saturday’s practice after injuring the ankle late in Friday’s practice.
Seahawks WR Sidney Rice has been medically cleared to practice after he underwent offseason surgery on both of his shoulders. The news wasn’t as good for his teammate James Carpenter. The 2011 first-round OT out of Alabama may miss the entire 2011 season as he has yet to be cleared after suffering a torn ACL last season.
There’s still a chance the Broncos and Ryan Clady will complete an extension before the start of the season after Clady reportedly turned down a five-year, $50 million contract this offseason from the team.
The Browns paperwork being filed for the changing of team ownership could shed light on the NFL’s view of the ongoing concussion suits.
Patriots rookie LB Dont’a Hightower is currently working with the first-team defense.
Broncos QB Peyton Peyton “looks normal” after his first practice in pads.
As Packers ILB Desmond Bishop recovers from his calf injury, he expects to be medically cleared for the regular season.
With Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew not reporting for training camp, the Jaguars moved him to the reserve/did not report list.
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