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Vaughn McClure ESPN Staff Writer 

Devonta Freeman said he offered to cut the grass for the elderly lady he helped with her lawnmower whenever she needs it. Told her she could call anytime.

Vaughn McClure ESPN Staff Writer 

Falcons cornerback Robert Alford had a baby boy this offseason. Said Dan Quinn had a Navy SEAL come in and speak to the team last week for motivation.

Mike Reiss ESPN New England Patriots reporter 

Patriots center Bryan Stork speaks with reporters at a charity event at Harvard. He was present with Jimmy Garoppolo, who handed off media duties to Stork.

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For the rookies about to cash their first NFL paychecks, Matt Bowen has a word of advice: Don't invest in a pet tiger. Dollars and no sense

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Ben Goessling ESPN Staff Writer 

Following the NFL draft, the Vikings' odds of winning their first Super Bowl in 2016 improved to 18/1, according to the Westgate Las Vegas sports book. The Vikings are a 9/1 pick to win the NFC, making them the sixth-most likely choice to win the conference. Westgate current gives the Vikings 5/2 odds of repeating as NFC North champs, putting them behind the Green Bay Packers at 5/8.

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Cool experience joining ESPN's best football and fantasy minds at this week's Fantasy Rankings Summit. Saints TE Coby Fleener's breakout potential was a hot topic on Day 1.

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Former NYG/OAK DE Justin Tuck to sign ceremonial 1-day contract & retire a Giant on Friday. (via Dan Graziano)

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Two fun outings by Panthers players in Charlotte today. Pro Bowl tight end Greg Olsen will tee off in the Wells Fargo Championship Pro-Am at 1:27 p.m. with Pro Bowl linebacker Luke Kuechly serving as his caddie. Yes, the player that had shoulder surgery in February will tote a golf bag for 18 holes. At Charlotte Motor Speedway around 2 p.m. kicker Graham Gano and Sprint Cup driver Austin Dillon will kick field goals and take a ride around the track.

Dan Graziano ESPN Staff Writer 

Justin Tuck will sign a one-day contract and officially retire as a Giant on Friday, according to sources. The two-time Super Bowl champion announced his retirement several weeks ago after two seasons in Oakland. He's a surefire Giants Ring of Honor inductee.