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Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

The Lions signed punter Kasey Redfern on Tuesday. Redfern is likely a camp leg to take reps off kicker Matt Prater and punter Sam Martin. Neither Prater nor Martin should be in jeopardy after having successful 2016 season that led to a Pro Bowl berth for Prater and a Lions punting record for Martin.

Ed Werder @Edwerderespn

Only thing puzzling to me about Adrian Peterson signing is Inrgram a physical runner off best season. Saints lacking receiver from backfield

Vaughn McClure ESPN Staff Writer 

LSU LB Duke Riley visited Atlanta during the pre-draft process and also had private workout with Falcons, according to source. Riley (6-0, 232) ran 4.58 in 40. Similar college path as former teammate and current Atlanta Falcon starter Deion Jones. Riley started at outside LB as senior after being a reserve/special teamer first three years.

ESPN Chalk @ESPN_Chalk

Westgate changes for Peterson deal. Saints: Win Super Bowl LII: 80-1 to 60-1 Win NFC: 40-1 to 30-1 Week 1: New Orleans +4 (at MIN) to +3.5

Ben Fawkes ESPN Staff Writer 

Adrian Peterson signing causes some big shifts at Westgate SuperBook for Saints. Win Super Bowl LII: 80-1 to 60-1 Win NFC: 40-1 to 30-1 Week 1: New Orleans +4 (at MIN) to +3.5

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Want some encouraging Bears' draft news? Members of the Bears 2016 draft class -- Cody Whitehair, Leonard Floyd and Jordan Howard -- all started at least 12 games last year.

Field Yates @FieldYates

Most picks in 2017 NFL draft: Cleveland, Cincinnati: 11 San Francisco, Washington, Denver, Kansas City: 10 Fewest: New England, Atlanta: 6

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

As it stands, the Bears have seven picks in the '17 draft (3, 36, 67, 111, 117, 147, 221). This is Chicago's third straight year with a top-10 pick, teams longest steak since 5 straight from 1972-76.

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Adrian Peterson (7 Pro Bowls) and Drew Brees (10) have combined for 17 Pro Bowl selections in their careers. According to ESPN Stats and Information, that would be the most by any QB-RB combo since the NFL-AFL merger.

ESPN Stats and Information  

Adrian Peterson (7 Pro Bowls) and Drew Brees (10 Pro Bowls) have combined for 17 Pro Bowl selections in their careers. That would be the most by any QB-RB teammates since the 1970 merger (min. 3 selections for each), according to Elias Sports Bureau research.