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Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

"This was our first practice. We've been going against garbage cans. Robots and mannequins. That's what we've been able to practice against." - Jon Gruden

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

TE Demetrius Harris has been suspended for one game by the NFL for a violating the league's policy on substances of abuse. Harris was recently pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of possession of marijuana in Bates County, Mo. bb

Sarah Barshop ESPN Staff Writer 

Bill O'Brien spoke passionately about the Santa Fe shooting, saying that there needs to be change: "Something's wrong when there's 22 mass shootings in the last six months in schools in this country. Something's wrong and to me, it starts with what the laws are, what politicians set to be the laws and the communication that has to take place to enact laws that are in place where schools are safe, because it's ridiculous right now. It's horrendous that a 17-year-old kid can bring a gun into a school and murder 10 people. That's horrible."

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

Tampa Bay Buccaneers veteran defensive tackle Gerald McCoy said the only thing he asks of rookie Vita Vea is this: "I told him he has to tell my children that he is Maui from [the Disney film] ‘Moana.'"

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David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

David Tepper gets unanimous approval by the 32 league owners to purchase the Panthers. And here he is introduced by commissioner Roger Goodell.

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Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Two players to highlight today from the Patriots' second organized team activity: First-year CB Ryan Lewis (University of Pittsburgh) and rookie Keion Crossen (seventh-round pick, Western Carolina). Lewis, who spent last year on the practice squad, took quality repetitions opposite starter Stephon Gilmore and showed up with some ball disruption, while Crossen had the play of the day, showing off his 40-inch vertical leap by going up to intercept a Brian Hoyer pass intended for running back James White in the back right-hand corner of the end zone. Crossen showed excellent technique on the play, turning back to the ball and catching it at its high point.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Russell Shepard signed a 1-year deal with the Giants. He joins a crowded group that includes Cody Latimer and Roger Lewis for playing time when they go three wide receivers. Shepard had 17 catches for 202 yards and a touchdown in his only season after being signed to a three-year, $10 million deal by Dave Gettleman in Carolina. Shepard spent the first four years of his career in Tampa. He also happens to be friend with Odell Beckham Jr. from their time together at LSU. I remember the two embracing and having a long talk before the Bucs played the Giants few years back.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

CBs Kevin King (shoulder) and Quinten Rollins (Achilles) both were on the field in limited capacities. Both finished last season on IR. Also back from IR and working: Ty Montgomery (wrist), CB Herb Waters (shoulder), S Kentrell Brice (ankle), T Jason Springs (knee), T Kevin Murphy (foot).

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

It's a hamstring injury for WR Davante Adams, who did not practice at Tuesday's OTA. He came out halfway through practice. Others with injuries: WR Trevor Davis (hamstring), WR Colby Pearson (hamstring), OLB Clay Matthews (knee), OLB Nick Perry (ankle), LG Lane Taylor (ankle), RT Bryan Bulaga (knee), TE Emanuel Byrd (hamstring). Absent not due to injuries: S Ha Ha Clinton-Dix, CB Tramon Williams.

Vaughn McClure ESPN Staff Writer 

Falcons coach Dan Quinn weighs in on the topic of Julio Jones being absent from team activities while seeking a pay raise. Quinn expects Jones back for mandatory minicamp though no set timetable was reached.

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David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

David Tepper philosophy as owner of the Panthers: ‘The first thing i care about is winning. The second thing I care about is winning. The third thing I care about is winning. On and off the field.''

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

David Tepper says no plans to move the Panthers from Charlotte, N.C. Reminds Jerry Richardson named the team thé Carolina Panthers for a reason. Also reminds he won't take over till July when sale is final.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Gareon Conley looks in the ball during an interception drill.

Katherine Terrell ESPN Staff Writer 

Bengals coach Marvin Lewis said it's not a story or a big deal that defensive end Carlos Dunlap isn't at OTAS, which began this week and are voluntary. Lewis, who clearly didn't want to discuss it, said he has not asked him whether he'll be at mini-camp, but smiled and said: "He's busy. He's working out." Dunlap is under no obligation to be at the facility at this time, although he does have a $300,000 workout incentive built into his contract. Dunlap is going into the final season of his contract.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Done. Now that the 32 league owners have approved David Tepper to purchase the Carolina Panthers he must sell his five-percent minority ownership of the Pittsburgh Steelers. The close of the sale won't be complete until July, so Tepper won't be fully in charge until then. But he wasn't planning to make any changes on the football side, so it will remain business as usual there. Next up for the NFL is to complete its investigation into Jerry Richardson, who put the team up for sale after the season amidst allegations of sexual and racial misconduct. Richardson was present in Atlanta for Tuesday's owners meeting to cast his vote for Tepper, who had the winning bid at $2.275 billion. It was the first time Richardson attended the meetings since the spring of 2016 in Charlotte, N.C.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Details of Frank Ragnow's contract with the Lions. Four years (with an option for a fifth) at an average of $2,945,035 per year. Signing bonus of $6,647,372. 2018: $480K base salary fully guaranteed; cap hit: $2,141,843. Dead money: $11,780,138. 2019: $1,015,461 base salary fully guaranteed; cap hit: $2,677,304. Dead money: $9,638,295. 2020: $1,550,922 base salary fully guaranteed; cap hit: $3,212,765. Dead money: $6,960,991. 2021: $2,086,383 base salary fully guaranteed; cap hit: $3,748,226. Dead money: $3,748,226. Information provided by ESPN Stats & Info.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets QB Teddy Bridgewater looked sharp in his first practice. It was only nine reps, but he threw well on the run. Not bad, considering his long road back from knee surgery.

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Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

A few folks at a local courthouse got a surprise Tuesday as John Elway was called for jury duty. Some took photos with the Hall of Famer as he did his civic duty and they all waited to see if they would be seated on a jury. Elway was not selected and arrived back at the Broncos complex in time for the first practice of OTAs.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Stretch time at Raiders OTAs.

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

Bucs quarterback Jameis Winston was asked if he had been interviewed by the NFL yet regarding the alleged Uber driver groping incident. "I'm concentrating on OTAs," Winston said, emphasizing that his focus has been on bettering his team.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Donald Penn, who Tweeted yesterday about his "comeback" from Lisfranc surgery, is lined up at left tackle with the first team offense at the start of OTAs. The Raiders drafted Kolton Miller out of UCLA with the No. 15 overall pick as Penn's heir apparent

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

No, no sign of Khalil Mack at Day 1 of Raiders OTAs. The 2016 NFL defensive player of the year has not participated in Oakland's voluntary offseason workouts thus far. He is hoping for a contract extension.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

The Packers' new-look quarterback group with DeShone Kizer (9) and Tim Boyle (8) along with Aaron Rodgers and Brett Hundley.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Rookie QB Danny Etling smiles wide when asked about Tom Brady.

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Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

As the Broncos opened their OTAs Tuesday, tackle Jared Veldheer (ankle), defensive end Clinton McDonald (shoulder) and wide receiver Jordan Taylor (hip) among the players the Broncos are holding out of the workouts. All are expected to be ready for training camp. Broncos have all players in attendance.