Dolphins owner Stephen Ross plans to leave the bulk of his $4 billion fortune to charity when he dies.
Said Ravens first-round draft pick Matt Elam of rookie minicamp, “It went well. I got better every day. I’m improving. I’m very comfortable and very smooth out there. It felt great. I’m very excited to be with the best and start working with the vets.”
A 14-year playing career left ex-Bengal Reggie Williams in rough physical shape.
Steelers G.M. Kevin Colbert says of rookie RB Le’Veon Bell, “He had 1,700 yards last year and close to 900 of those yards were yards after contact. . . . So you saw him make a lot of what we thought were NFL-type runs.”
The Colts have about 1,100 season tickets still available, and the team says they’re selling faster than expected.
Titans defensive coordinator Jerry Gray has been selected to the College Football Hall of Fame.
The Broncos are giving a rookie minicamp tryout to UCLA’s Damien Holmes, a defensive end-outside linebacker who had 5.5 sacks his senior season.
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Washington OT Xavier Nixon believes he fits perfectly into the team’s system.
Bears fans may have better food options at Soldier Field this season.
Said Falcons coach Mike Smith of rookie CB Desmond Trufant at rookie minicamp, “It was nice to see Desmond out there. The competition was fun. The guys were getting out there working against each other. Desmond has a very good skill set. He’s going to get thrown a whole bunch of things at him over the next month, month and a half.”
Said Panthers WR Steve Smith of retired K John Kasay, “He’s one of my good friends. I don’t know what the big deal is. I mean, a white kicker from Georgia and a black guy from California, a wide receiver. We’re friends. Get over it. It’s not that odd.”
Ex-Rams LT Orlando Pace, a star at Ohio State, is now in the College Football Hall of Fame.
The San Jose Mercury News is making a big deal of a tiny portion of the 49ers’ new stadium plan, a traffic study that will cost $56,500 — less than 0.01 percent of the total cost of the $1.2 billion stadium.