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Love won't practice without deal; Pack optimistic
Green Bay Packers quarterback Jordan Love will not practice until he and the team agree to a contract extension, general manager Brian Gutekunst said Monday.[read more]

Burrow cleared for contact, Bengals coach says
Joe Burrow and his surgically repaired wrist have been cleared for contact, and the Bengals' star quarterback is ready to go for the opening of training camp.[read more]

Cowboys presser delayed by Jones paternity case
Dallas Cowboys owner and GM Jerry Jones is set to testify in court today in a lawsuit against a woman who says she's his biological daughter, and the hearing has forced the team to push its opening news conference from Wednesday to Saturday.[read more]

Bears to allow Owens to watch wife Biles in Paris
The Chicago Bears are allowing safety Jonathan Owens to miss seven training camp practices so he can travel to Paris to watch his wife, USA gymnast Simone Biles, compete at the Olympics.[read more]

Ravens' Henry, 30, to let 'play speak for my age'
Derrick Henry doesn't talk like a running back who turned 30 in January. And, after his second training camp practice with the Ravens, he said he doesn't feel that old, either.[read more]

Vikings contribute to Jackson's funeral services
The Minnesota Vikings finalized a series of plans Monday to honor fourth-round draft choice Khyree Jackson, killed in a July 6 car accident, including a $20,000 contribution for funeral expenses, and a group of team officials will attend Friday's service.[read more]

Rodgers on absence: Minicamp tag is 'deceiving'
Jets quarterback Aaron Rodgers downplayed skipping the team's mandatory minicamp, insisting minicamps nowadays are just glorified OTA practices.[read more]

Bengals prez: Chase contract unlikely this season
Bengals team president Mike Brown indicated that a pending contract extension for Ja'Marr Chase is unlikely as the team prepares to start training camp.[read more]

How 538,967 'owners' -- and one president -- run the Packers
How power is shared and decisions are made in Green Bay, the only NFL team without a controlling owner.[read more]

From kickoff rule changes to 18-game drama: Catch up on the entire NFL offseason
Think you missed something in the offseason? We've got you covered with everything important that has happened since February.[read more]