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Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets will have their fourth OTA practice later this morning -- and second open to the media. The big question -- aside from the ongoing quarterback competition -- is whether S Calvin Pryor will show up and address the media. He skipped the first OTA last week, but practiced the following day when there was no media. Pryor's roster spot is in jeopardy because the Jets drafted two safeties.

Adam Schefter @AdamSchefter

49ers working out former Saints' and Bills' safety Jairus Byrd today, along with a group of defensive backs, per sources.

Drew Brees @drewbrees

God Bless our men & women who have served our country in the military and to all who have paid the ultimate sacrifice defending our freedom

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Cowboys cornerback Nolan Carroll was arrested for suspicion of DWI early Monday morning. The Cowboys are aware of the situation and gathering information, according to team spokesman. Carroll signed a three-year deal, $10 million deal with the club as a free agent in March.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens coach John Harbaugh explains why Memorial Day might be the most important holiday if the year

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William Weinbaum ESPN 

From MLB's Eddie Grant in 1918 to the NFL's Pat Tillman in 2004, athletes from the major pro leagues were among those who died in overseas wars. Grant, a former infielder for Harvard and the Indians, Phillies, Reds and Giants died in France in World War I. Tillman, a star on defense for Arizona State and the Cardinals, enlisted after 9/11 and was killed in Afghanistan. On Memorial Day and always we remember with appreciation all who sacrificed for our safety and freedom.