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Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

Spike Lee posted a congratulations message to Colin Kaepernick for signing with the Seahawks on Instagram, but he has since taken it down. Per a source, Kaepernick has not signed with the Seahawks. He visited with the team this week and left town without a deal.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills RB LeSean McCoy said Thursday "I'm sure we'll work something out" regarding his goal-line touches this season. McCoy ran for 13 touchdowns last season but he split carries with backup Mike Gillislee, now in New England, at the goal line.

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The Chiefs named Ryan Poles their Director of College Scouting. Good name to file away -- one of the smartest young personnel minds around.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

The Raiders announced they have signed six of their nine draft picks - fourth-round OL David Sharpe, fifth-round LB Marquel Lee, seventh-round S Shalom Luani, seventh-round OL Jylan Ware, seventh-round RB Elijah Hood and seventh-round DT Treyvon Hester. Remaining unsigned, then: first-round CB Gareon Conley, second-round S Obi Melifonwu and third-round DT Eddie Vanderdoes.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

Broncos rookie wide receiver Carlos Henderson said earlier this week "I won't miss a workout or practice even though I'm not signed." And now he doesn't have to worry about it as he formally put a bow on the Broncos' draft class Friday by signing his four-year deal. Henderson is expected to compete for No. 3 receiver job and will likely return kickoffs.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaguars RB Leonard Fournette shaved off his beard, but not because the team told him to. It was just too hot during the first week of OTAs. "I cut it on my own," Fournette said. "I got tired of it. The heat out here is different from Louisiana. I think it's more dry." Remember, GM Dave Caldwell joked with Fournette about shaving his beard during a phone call shortly after the Jaguars selected Fournette fourth overall. Fournette says he'll bring back the beard eventually.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Former MLB player and manager Tony LaRussa was a guest at Jaguars practice today and briefly spoke to the team after.