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David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis (yes he is wearing No. 23) prepares to block out former Carolina wide receiver Steve Smith at Josh Norman's celebrity basketball fundraiser. Little gamesmanship here. Or maybe Davis is trying to put his missed dunk on the other end behind him. He wasn't 23 worthy on that one but he has some game.

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David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers running back Jonathan Stewart (yes wearing a hat backwards) with the rebound and former Carolina cornerback Josh Norman with the 3-pointer on the other end. Norman naturally gets the first basket for his team at his celebrity basketball fundraiser.

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David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

This is quite a reunion. Former Panthers cornerback Josh Norman with former Panthers wide receiver Steve Smith with Carolina defensive coordinator Steve Wilks. Norman says he has something for his old rival Smith.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Former Panthers wide receiver Steve Smith catches up with new Carolina defensive coordinator Steve Wilks at Josh Norman's celebrity basketball fundraiser.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Running back Jonathan Stewart among several Panthers at the Josh Norman celebrity basketball fundraiser at Providence High in Charlotte, N.C. Also here are safeties Kurt Coleman and Tre Boston and cornerback Teddy Williams. Stewart has pretty good form on the court.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Former Panthers cornerback (now Washington ) Josh Norman doing a meet and greet with fans before his celebrity basketball tournament at Providence High in Charlotte, N.C. Redskins-themed colors now of course. Norman still is popular in the Queen City.

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Myles Garrett and a quarterback for the Browns? Defensive help for the Cowboys? Hey, it could happen. es.pn/2oA5v8Z

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Chiefs released DE Jaye Howard in part because they owe him $2.5M gtd. They want him to sign with another team to get back some offset money

Vaughn McClure ESPN Staff Writer 

Falcons announced WR Taylor Gabriel signed his restricted free agent tender. Set to make $2.746 million for 2017 after second round tender placed on him. Last year, RT Ryan Schrader got second round tender then ended up with five-year, $33 million contract in November. Gabriel can continue to build case for a longer-term deal by continuing to be a playmaker. Last season, tied All-Pro Julio Jones for team lead with 6 TD receptions.

Vaughn McClure ESPN Staff Writer 

Falcons worked out Houston CB Howard Wilson at his old high school in DeSoto, Texas, according to source. Wilson (6-1, 184) projected 3-4 rounds of draft. Had 9 INTs in 29 games at Houston. Falcons also worked out Wilson's teammate, DE/OLB Tyus Bowser, a potential first-rounder. Bowser also visited Atlanta.