Today’s Daily News covers June 30th as well due to me having to do a lot of errand running last night.
The Atlanta Journal Constitution reports that safety Antoine Harris had minor surgery on his groin area, but should be ready for training camp.Â They also take a look at the linebacker position.
The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports that recently cut New Orleans Saints long snapper Kevin Houser is trying to get money back that he invested in a motion pictures studio.
The Baltimore Sun talks with Baltimore Raven head coach John Harbaugh about his upcoming visit with troops overseas in Iraq.
The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports that Cleveland Browns wide receiver Donte Stallworth had trace amounts of marijuana in his blood.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports that Pittsburgh Steelers owner Dan Rooney was sworn in today as Ambassador to Ireland.
The Houston Chronicle writes about the story of defesensive end Connor Barwin and his story about his hearing.
The Indianapolis Star reports that Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels has made it clear that he wants no future legislation to help the Capital Improvements Board, which runs and maintains the new Indianapolis Colts stadium.
The Tennessean reports that the Tennessee Titans signed third round draft pick cornerback Ryan Mouton and fourth round draft pick linebacker Gerald McRath.Â Also, Titan head coach Jeff Fisher packed his bags for the Gulf.
The Boston Globe reports that free agent linebacker Willie McGinest wants to return to the New England Patriots.
The Kansas City Star reports that construction on Arrowhead Stadium is on track for the teams home opener. Also, construction for the new Chiefs training camp facility has started.Â Finally, offensive tackle Branden Albert is trying to be a leader by sticking to his diet.
The Minneapolis Star Tribune reports that the Minnesota Vikings signed fifth round linebacker Jasper Brinkley. Also, rookie wide receiver Percy Harvin might have to attend the 2010 Rookie symposium, because he missed it due to illness.
The Charlotte Observer reports that the Carolina Panthers released rookie linebackers Mike Juergens and Brit Miller.
The Dallas Morning News reports that Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo played with Tiger Woods in the pro-am at the AT&T National at Congressional Country Club on Wednesday and on Tuesday visited a 10 year old with leukemia.
The Philadelphia Daily News reports that Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb will appear in the new IHOP commercials.
The Seattle Times reports on how Seattle Seahawks fans can attend practices open to the public.
The Tampa Tribune reports that former Tampa Bay Buccaneers LB Ryan Nece will hold the second annual Mind & Body Clinic for teen athletes 13-17 years old at Jefferson High School on July 9.
The Newark Star Ledger reports that offensive lineman Mike Fladell was cut by the New York Jets after failing his physical.
The Newark Star Ledger also reports that the New York gaints signed fourth round running back Andre Brown.
The Denver Post reports that Denver Broncos wide receiver slammed the city of Denver during his 2007 DUI arrest.Â Really, who doesn’t hate the city that they get arrested in.
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