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Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

Quarterback drills include Tyrod Taylor and Baker Mayfield side by side, four balls in the air in the red zone and Josh Gordon catching a deep pass.

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Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

First open practice of the spring, and it's evident that Tyrod Taylor and Baker Mayfield are about the same size and height.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell responding to an accusation by one of the victims of alleged harassment by outgoing Panthers owner Jerry Richardson that the league's investigation is a ‘'farce.''

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David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell explains approved policy that players will be allowed to stay in the locker room during the National Anthem, making it clear the preference is for all players to stand.

Kevin Seifert NFL Nation 

NFL owners have passed a new national anthem policy that is, in essence, a backdoor attempt at preventing players from kneeling during the song. Players will be required to stand if they are on the field during the performance, but the policy gives them the option to remain in the locker room if they prefer. Teams will be subject to a fine if a player, or any other team personnel, do not show appropriate respect for the anthem. Those teams will also have the option to fine any team personnel, including players, for the infraction.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Andrew Luck (shoulder) took part in individual quarterback drills (minus throwing the ball) and then went inside the facility at the start of team drills

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

On May 9, Jerry Jones was not sure what the resolution would be to the NFL's national anthem issue, but said, “Everyone knows my position on that. And so we'll give the kind of sensitivity and thought and discussion that it deserves and we'll come up with a league-wide, going forward, position. But I reiterate that everybody knows where I stand on it.”

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

A reaction from Broncos president and CEO Joe Ellis after Nashville was chosen over Denver and three other cities to host the 2019 NFL draft: "It's disappointing for us, but I do want to congratulate the city of Nashville. Even though we came up short, we're proud of our bid and the hard work that went into our proposal. It showcased the attractiveness of our city along with the beauty of Red Rocks and the great football fans of this region. We believe there's no better place for the NFL Draft than Denver. Alongside VISIT DENVER and the Denver Sports Commission, we'll take a close look at the feedback we've received and do everything we can to make it happen soon." However, because of the availability of hotel rooms and some other scheduling issues, Denver is not considered a candidate for the 2020 draft.

Dan Graziano ESPN Staff Writer 

Corrected to fix my typos: NFLPA spokesman George Atallah says of the NFL's proposed new national anthem policy: "We were not consulted ahead of this meeting on any potential changes to the anthem policy. If there are changes to the policy that put players in a position where they could be disciplined or fined, we are going to do what we always do - fight anything that encroaches on players' rights to the end."

Dan Graziano ESPN Staff Writer 

NFLPA spokesman George Atallah says of the NFL's proposed new national anthem policy: "We were not consulted ahead of this meeting on any potential changes to the anthem policy. If there are changes to the policy that put players in a position where they could be disciplined or find, we are going to do what we always do - anything that encroaches on players' rights to the end."

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Arizona was officially awarded Super Bowl LVII on Wednesday. It'll be the fourth Super Bowl played in Arizona and third at University of Phoenix Stadium since 2008.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

The annual Tom Coughlin Jay Fund Foundation's Celebrity Golf Classic raised more than $500,000 for local families battling childhood cancer. The dinner/auction was held Sunday night and the golf tournament was held Monday at the Stadium Course at TPC Sawgrass.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Details of DE Da'Shawn Hand's rookie deal with the Lions: Average per year -- $785,491. Signing bonus: $681,964. 2018: $480,000 base salary; cap hit: $650,491. 2019: $570,000 base salary; cap hit: $740,491 2020: $660,000 base salary; cap hit: $830,491. 2021: $750,000 base salary; cap hit: $920,491. This information was provided by ESPN Stats & Information.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Details of rookie RB Kerryon Johnson's contract with the Lions: Average per year: $1,625,925. Signing bonus: $2,809,960. 2018: $480,000 base salary fully guaranteed; cap hit: $1,182,490. Dead money: $4,065,583. 2019: $775,623 base salary fully guaranteed; cap hit: $1,478,113. Dead money: $2,883,093. 2020: $1,071,246 base salary. Cap hit: $1,773,736. Dead money: $1,404,980. 2021: $1,366,869 base salary. Cap hit: $2,069,359. Dead money: $702,490. No guarantees in 2020 or 2021. No bonuses throughout. This info was provided by ESPN Stats & Information.

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

What was previously reported is now certain, Nashville has been awarded the 2019 NFL Draft. Big boom for Titans and city of Nashville.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Vince Williams with good perspective on Steelers linebackers: "We don't have anither Ryan Shazier on our team. But we do have very capable, starter ready middle linebackers."

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

All-Pro right guard Zack Martin did not take part in Tuesday's OTA and it's not clear if he will work in any of them, according to multiple sources. The Cowboys and Martin's agents have been in talks regarding a long-term deal over the last few weeks. The OTAs are voluntary and Martin has been at The Star working out since the captains' sessions started almost a month before the official start of the offseason program.

Courtney Cronin ESPN Staff Writer 

Per Field Yates, after Brian Robison announced his intentions to come back for a 12th season, the veteran DE agreed to reduce his base salary from $3.2M to $1.015M. In total, his cap number drops by $2,382,500, as he qualifies for the veteran MSB. He was scheduled to earn $200K in per game roster bonuses and $100K in a workout bonus, but he now will earn just a $90K roster bonus.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Steelers have agreed to terms with third-round quarterback Mason Rudolph to a four-year contract, according to a source. Top pick Terrell Edmunds is now the only unsigned Steeler draft pick.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Who does Moubarak Djeri, the Cardinals DE who moved to Arizona from Cologne, German, look up to around the NFL? Just some of the best pass rushers in the game.

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Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Cardinals DE Moubarak Djeri, a native German who started playing football four years ago and was flown to America by Arizona for a tryout in March, was overwhelmed with emotion when he found out he was being signed.

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Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Top takeaways from Jets' first practice,:Teddy Bridgewater moved well in limited action. Sam Darnold was in full growing-pains mode. WR Terrelle Pryor, who recently injured his surgically repaired ankle, didn't practice. He could miss some time. WR Quincy Enunwa (neck) ran full speed in positional drills, but no team period. CB Buster Skrine was ahead of Mo Claiborne. Rookie TE Chris Herndon showed nice body control on a body-twisting catch in the deep seam.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones on the NFL looking to resolve the issue over players protesting during the National Anthem: ‘'The main thing we want to do is have our fans think about football.''

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Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Davante Adams didn't practice because of a hamstring injury but he jumped over one of the referees working practice "just to show people who see me standing on the sideline, I don't want them getting scared. If I'm jumping over people things are going to be OK."

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Cowboys owner Jerry Jones says outgoing Panthers owner Jerry Richardson ‘'wants to have the best resolution of allegations or facts'' in the NFL's investigation into Richardson's alleged sexual and workplace misconduct.

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