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Colin Kaepernick, who has nearly 755,000 Twitter followers and 1.3 million followers on Instagram, deleted and apologized Tuesday for a post that trivialized deadly floods in the Houston area.
Ex-WR Horn on today's NFL: Goodell is 'the devil'
Former New Orleans Saints receiver Joe Horn dislikes hugs between draft selections and NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, who he likens to "the devil."
911 call: McDonald broke through bedroom door
The California Highway Patrol has released audio from the 911 call that led to the arrest of NFL defensive end Ray McDonald on suspicion of child endangerment and domestic viole
Rivers: I'd consider Chargers' offseason offers
Speaking to reporters for the first time since draft-day trade speculation, Philip Rivers said he wants to stay with the Chargers long term, because "we haven't accomplished the ultimate goal."
Carroll mum on Seahawks' talks with QB Wilson
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll would not speak directly about the contract negotiations with quarterback Russell Wilson, but Carroll did say Tuesday he and Wilson have had good conversations.
RG III, back as starter, senses 'mindset change'
Robert Griffin III has been returned to the starting quarterback role with the Redskins and says affecting change will come with a change in mentality, which he thinks has already begun.
Weddle skips OTAs, but Chargers aren't waiting
Chargers safety Eric Weddle skipped the beginning of OTAs on Tuesday as he remains unhappy with his contract status, but coach Mike McCoy said the team isn't "waiting for anybody."
Big Ben: Steelers-Patriots better with Brady
The Patriots-Steelers matchup in Week 1 is better off with Tom Brady involved, Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger said at Tuesday's session of organized team activities.
Manziel works with Browns' 2nd-team offense
Johnny Manziel took all the snaps with the second team at the Browns' first offseason practice on Tuesday. Manziel clearly is ahead of Thad Lewis and Connor Shaw but behind Josh McCown.
QB Mariota practices for first time with Titans
Quarterback Marcus Mariota had the up-and-down day typically expected of a rookie in his first OTA practice with veterans Tuesday at Titans headquarters.
Wilson, Graham miss Seahawks' first OTA
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and tight end Jimmy Graham will miss the first day of organized team activities Tuesday to attend the funeral of Graham's personal manager in Florida.
Sam focused on football, not making CFL history
Michael Sam says his priority is helping the Montreal Alouettes win, not making history as the first openly gay player in the Canadian Football League.
Steelers' Brown: Money not important to me
Despite rumors that he might not show up for offseason workouts, Steelers receiver Antonio Brown joined his teammates Tuesday, saying he was "ready to play football."
Jags hold WR Marqise Lee (knee) out of OTAs
Jaguars receiver Marqise Lee is being held out of voluntary organized team activity workouts because of a knee injury he suffered during an earlier part of the offseason program.
Ihedigbo attends Lions OTA, despite dispute
Detroit Lions safety James Ihedigbo was in attendance for the Lions' first OTA session on Tuesday, and is apparently ending his contract dispute with the club.
Severe flooding forces Texans to cancel 1st OTA
The Texans canceled their first day of organized team activities because of severe flooding in Houston that has submerged many roads and highways.
Cowboys boost WR depth, ink draft bust Jenkins
The Dallas Cowboys have signed wide receiver and former first-round draft pick A.J. Jenkins. To make room for Jenkins, the team waived/injured wide receiver Chris Boyd.