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David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

The projected preset salary for Panthers first-round draft pick D.J. Moore was around $11.3 million over four years with a $6.3 million signing bonus. The former Maryland wide receiver will have a salary cap figure of slightly more than $2 million.

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

The Bucs have waived (injured) defensive back Maurice Fleming, who had been featured on HBO's Hard Knocks last season before suffering a torn meniscus in his knee. He re-joined the Bucs in November as a member of their practice squad. He had been sidelined with an injury during the offseason program.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

The Panthers on Monday signed first-round draft choice wide receiver D.J. Moore. So they will go into training camp with all eight of their draft picks signed.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Rams RB Todd Gurley has made a real effort to take part in youth football camps. He hosted another one, called M.A.D.E. Camp, alongside former teammate Trumaine Johnson in LA on Sunday. 300 kids took part. (credit: Dioburto Photography)

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets have announced their training-camp schedule for spectators. Only three practices are open to the general public — July 29, August 18-19. Why only three? Remember, they have three joint practices with the Redskins in Richmond, Va. (Aug 12-14). There's also less parking than in past years at the Florham Park, NJ facility due to construction in the area. The Green & White scrimmage will be Aug. 4 at Rutgers, not MetLife Stadium.

Courtney Cronin ESPN Staff Writer 

The late Dennis Green will be inducted into the Vikings Ring of Honor during halftime of the Bills game on Sept. 23. Green is the lone inductee in 2018, a year after Minnesota named Randy Moss and Ahmad Rashad to the prestigious group (ROH will be up to 24 members now). Green coached 171 total games in 10 seasons with the Vikings, leading the team to four Central Division titles, the NFC Championship game twice and a 101-70-0 (.591) overall record, giving him the second-most wins in franchise history behind only Bud Grant (168).