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Tickets for Bills night practices on July 28 and Aug. 4 will be available to fans via Ticketmaster this Friday.
The Buffalo News' TV critic Alan Pergament says Bills wide receiver Terrell Owens is showing his "softer side" in his new VH1 reality show. Says Owens: "I'm 35, I'm single, I'm looking for someone. ... You want a support system outside of your friends and family. ... I'm human. You want to share that love with someone."
Ex-Bills running back Travis Henry has been sentenced to three years in prison for his involvement in a drug ring.
Miami practice squad wide receiver Anthony Armstrong's ascension to the NFL wasn't immediate out of college. He worked as a jewelry store clerk and spent a few years in the Arena League before landing on the Fins' practice squad last year. He hopes to make the team this year.
The Sun-Sentinel's Dave Hyde checks in with Dolphins running back Ricky Williams in his new career as a massage therapist.
New England Patriots
In today's positional snapshot, the Boston Globe's Mike Reiss looks at tight ends.
Also from Reiss: Analyzing the Patriots' portion of the Football Outsiders Almanac. Thursday's nugget: "The Patriots might be to quarterbacks what the Broncos were to running backs."
New York Jets
Leon Washington's agent says the contract delay is the team's fault, not Washington's, reports the New York Post.
Former Jets linebacker Larry Grantham is giving back to the Freedom House, a drug and alcohol treatment center that Grantham, a recovering alcoholic, attended more than a decade ago.
On Tuesday, the Jets announced to waiting list patrons that there are still thousands of tickets available to 2009 Jets games, according to NorthJersey.com's John Brennan.