Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski has offered a $5,000 reward for the return of a his sister-in-law’s three-legged dog. (If we didn’t know the player and had to guess and had only one guess, it would have been Gronk.)
The Dolphins have six former Georgia players on the roster.
800 acres in Wheatfield could possibly be the site of the Bills new stadium.
Ravens third-round TE Crockett Gilmore is still learning the position.
Bengals CB Adam Jones will speak at a free event in Middletown, Ohio aimed at giving advice to student and parents.
The Colts will once again visit Louisville for their annual fan fest; it’s their only stop beyond the borders of Indiana. (Do they make the trip in a Mayflower van?)
More than 2,000 fans showed up for the Jaguars’ rookie minicamp practice on Friday.
Broncos coach John Fox says that the focal point of rookie minicamp is teaching the players a new language. (How do you say “Omaha” in pig Latin?)
The Chiefs already have signed all but two of their draft picks.
New Chargers LB Cordarro Law is happy to get out of the CFL; “It got snowy. The ground got icy. I fell down like three or four times. That’s when it got to the point, ‘I’ve got to get out of here.’ That was my breaking point. I was falling on my driveway. I was falling on my sidewalk, the stadium — everywhere.”
Eagles first-round LB Marcus Smith is using criticism of the decision to pick him that high as motivation. (It would have been so much better if he’d simply said, “Why the hell did they draft me in round one?”)
Six of the eight players drafted by the Redskins already have signed.
Lions TE Eric Ebron got an unexpected chance to take a rep with the first-team offense this week; “When you’re lining up beside Calvin Johnson and he asks you, he be like, ‘Are you good?’ And I’m like, ‘Yeah, I’m good,’ but you’re still shaking because you’re lining up beside Calvin Johnson.”
Falcons first-round OT Jake Matthews reportedly won two “battles” with second-round DL Ra’Shede Hageman on Friday in one-on-one pass blocking drills. (Why does anyone even bother to call offseason workouts “non-contact”?)
Panthers LB Luke Kuechley will drive the pace car on Saturday night at Charlotte Motor Speedway.
The Saints are the favorites to host Super Bowl LII.
Buccaneers undrafted LB Nick Askew switched to defense last year after previously playing receiver.
Cardinals assistant coach Freddie Kitchens on six-foot, six-inch rookie QB Logan Thomas: “I know this beyond a shadow of a doubt: You can’t teach arm strength. You can’t teach speed. You can’t teach size.” (Jimmy Johnson would disagree.)