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From the AM:

Roger Goodell has grown tired of seeing the recent flurry of NFL players involved in DUIs and domestic violence incidents, and is ready to put an end to the madness.

Ed Reed made it clear that he wants to continue to play for the Ravens beyond 2012.

Texans left tackle Duane Brown suffered a bruised bone in his ankle yesterday, but should be able to return to practice soon enough.

ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that doctors who’ve examined Giants CB Terrell Thomas are optimistic he will play football this season.

Joe Philbin likes what he’s seen so far from WR Chad Johnson during Dolphins training camp.

Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger revealed that he has “a little torn rotator cuff” in his right arm.

Lions GM Martin Mayhew believes that this year’s Lions are actually a better team than the one that went 10-6 last season.

Current Browns owner Randy Lerner will retain a 30% stake in the team.

It’s not likely the Pittsburgh Steelers will extend wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders’ contract before the start of the season.

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