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NFL News & Rumors: Monday 6/11

Bengals

  • Bengals sign third-round pick WR Mohamed Sanu to a four-year contract. (Adam Caplan)

Buccaneers

  • Bucs DT Gerald McCoy mentioned that he’s 100 percent healthy. (Pewter Report)
  • The Bucs have Quincy Black working as their starting strong-side linebacker during minicamp. (ESPN.com)

Cardinals

  • Cardinals sign draft picks WR Michael Floyd and CB Jamell Fleming (Darren Urban)
  • Cardinals re-sign DE Vonnie Holliday to a one-year contract

Chiefs

  • Chiefs C Rob Bruggeman was allegedly assaulted in Des Moines early Sunday morning. (Des Moines Register)

Cowboys

  • Cowboys sign fifth-round pick WR Danny Coale to a four-year contract.
  • Cowboys sign seventh-round pick ILB Caleb McSurdy to a four-year contract.
  • Cowboys sign sixth-round pick TE James Hanna to a four-year contract.

Dolphins

  • David Garrard worked with the first-team offense during Monday’s OTAs. (South Florida Sun-Sentinel)
  • Clyde Gates has been strugglaing to pick up the team’s West Coast offense. (Miami Herald)

Eagles

  • Eagles head coach Andy Reid mentioned that Demetress Bell will have to battle King Dunlap for the starting LT job. (Jeff McLane)

Giants

  • Giants are expected to re-sign TE Jake Ballard despite releasing him earlier in the day (Adam Schefter)
  • Giants sign DT Rocky Bernard and waive injured TE Jake Ballard (Aaron Wilson)
  • Giants OT David Diehl has been officially charged with two counts of DUI in a Queens criminal court Monday. (Newark Star-Ledger)

Lions

  • Lions sign WR Jarett Dillard to a one-year contract. (Tim Twentyman)

Panthers

  • Panthers sign rookie WR’s Lamont Bryant and Michael Avila (Aaron Wilson)

Raiders

Redskins

  • Redskins are expected to have Brandon Meriweather playing as their starting strong safety this season. (Washington Times)

Texans

  • Kevin Walter is still playing opposite of Andre Johnson during the team’s OTA’s. (Houston Chronicle)

Vikings

  • Vikings WR Jerome Simpson has been suspended by the NFL for three games for violating the league’s personal conduct policy.


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