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Goodell, Bills greats visit memorial, volunteers
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, Kim and Terry Pegula, owners of the Bills and Sabres, and a variety of former Bills and Sabres players visited the memorial and the many volunteers who are helping out in the wake of the shooting that left 10 people dead.[read more]

P Koch, Ravens' longest-tenured player, retires
Punter Sam Koch, who was the Ravens' longest-tenured player in franchise history, announced his retirement Thursday.[read more]

Bieniemy, Leftwich to attend NFL diversity event
The NFL announced Wednesday that more than 60 diverse head coach and general manager candidates are slated to attend the inaugural front office accelerator program next week at the NFL spring meetings in Atlanta.[read more]

Giants' Daboll wants QB Jones to 'turn it loose'
New York Giants coach Brian Daboll says he wants quarterback Daniel Jones to "turn it loose" and not be afraid of making mistakes.[read more]

Report: Vick set to join Fan Controlled Football
Michael Vick, the once-dynamic NFL quarterback whose involvement in a dogfighting ring halted a breathtaking career in its prime, has agreed to come out of retirement to join startup league Fan Controlled Football, a source told Reuters on Friday.[read more]

Sources: Browns reach deal to re-sign Clowney
The Browns and defensive end Jadeveon Clowney have agreed to a one-year contract worth a maximum of $11 million, sources confirmed to ESPN.[read more]

Vikings' Pettine holds coaching diversity summit
Minnesota Vikings assistant head coach Mike Pettine has organized a coaching diversity summit this week at team headquarters, a program designed to increase the diverse candidate pool for entry-level NFL jobs.[read more]

Ex-Giants CB Bradberry inks deal with Eagles
Former New York Giants cornerback James Bradberry has signed a one-year contract with the Philadelphia Eagles, the team announced Wednesday.[read more]

Colts hope Michael Pittman Jr. and rookie Alec Pierce are their next great WR duo
It's been more than a decade since the Colts had a pair of pass-catchers top 1,000 yards receiving in a season.[read more]

Why Patriots' selection of QB Bailey Zappe is lauded by former NFL GM
Randy Mueller, who ranked Zappe as the second-best QB in the 2022 draft, says the fourth-round pick "anticipates and processes" like a veteran.[read more]