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Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

University of Arizona football coach Rich Rodriguez (white hat) and some of his staff are in attendance today as the Arizona Cardinals open training camp.

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

The Seahawks have released OT Lene Maiva and signed WR Montario Hunter to the 90-man roster. Hunter is an undrafted free agent out of Elizabeth City State in North Carolina. He participated in minicamp this spring with the New York Jets.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Steelers GM Kevin Colbert addressed Antonio Brown's contract situation on the Steelers Radio Network. "We don't renegotiate contracts with more than one year remaining with the exception of quarterbacks. Antonio's under contract," Colbert said. "He's a great player. You can't say enough good things about him. But he's a professional. He respects the process, as do we. We'll see where things end up."

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets GM Mike Maccagnan, in a sit down with the beat writers, said it was a "big relief" to get Ryan Fitzpatrick signed. He wouldn't get into the specifics of the negotiations. He said Mo Wilkerson's contract won't preclude them from signing Sheldon Richardson, who is signed through 2017. Maccagnan praised Geno Smith, all but assuring him a spot on the 53. He said they're open to keeping four quarterbacks.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

The Panthers will practice in pads for the first time on Saturday morning. This is when the real work begins.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Darius Slay on what he told Lions team owner Martha Ford, who was at practice Friday: "I told them I appreciate them. I love 'em. They need to adopt me."

Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

Second-round draft pick Emmanuel Ogbah worked on the defensive line in the first practice of camp. Ogbah had lined up exclusively at LB in the offseason. The season-ending injury to Desmond Bryant has the team considering all options to replace him, and Ogbah played primarily with his hand down in college.

Adam Caplan @caplannfl

On DeAndre Washington: way more physical than you'd think for his size. Looking forward to seeing him in practice this weekend.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers coach Ron Rivera likes what he's seen from quarterback Cam Newton in the first two practices. "He's had his moments,"" Rivera said. "A couple of times he tried to force a couple of balls down field when I'd rather see him throw the check down. But he sees something . . . and he's got a lot of confidence in his guys right now. He is throwing the ball well.'' Rivera also likes Newton's straw hat. "I'm a little envious," Rivera said. "I wish I had one that for me. He looks good, though. He really does."

Antonio Brown vs. Brandon Marshall

Brandon Marshall's challenge to Antonio Brown looks hard to win; Brown has the better quicks and QB, but Marshall has the height and strength. Tale of the Tape

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David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

How anxious was Panthers coach Ron Rivera when wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin, coming off a knee injury in camp last season, went up and flipping over safety Kurt Coleman for a catch over the middle?

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Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Darius Slay said he cried a little bit after signing his contract extension Friday. He tried holding them in but...eventually he gave in. Slay signed a four-year, $50.2 million extension to stay with the Lions.

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Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Lions LB DeAndre Levy went with a simple answer when asked why he is on the NFI list: "Ask Caldwell." Lions coach Jim Caldwell said he still expects Levy to be a big part of Detroit's defense this fall.

Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Maybe the best piece of art among all this new stuff at Titans headquarters. We think it's Avery Williamson.

Wildest, wackiest sports hairdos

From zany colors, to spiky mohawks and everything in between.

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John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Linebacker Su'A Cravens made a highlight play Friday with a leaping interception. He said he didn't have to do much. But what he did well: get to the right spot. Cravens did so with a correct read of the back. Quarterback Colt McCoy couldn't get the ball over Cravens' head.