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Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

Tom Brady delivered the commencement address to the graduating students at Litchfield, Connecticut's Forman School. He told students: "When I faced really challenging times and really challenging obstacles, that's when I had to figure out deep down about myself what I was all about. And I realized that I could be more and make more of my own career than what a lot of people thought. And I'm still trying to do that today."

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Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Packers G Lane Taylor has agreed to rework the last year of his contract. ‪His base salary is now $1.5 million (down from $3.8 million) but he has the opportunity to earn an additional $1.5 million based on playing time. This gives Taylor a great chance to stay on the roster and compete for a starting job and make back a good chunk of his money and gives the Packers plenty of options to play the best five on the line.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Raiders quarterback Derek Carr issued a statement on the death of George Floyd, saying, "I don't know what it's like to have a different skin color so I won't pretend to know," adding that "the division and hate has to end."

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

The Broncos announced several promotions Friday as well as the re-organization of what they will now call their Football and Technology department led by Tony Lazzaro, who has been with the Broncos for 19 years. Among several promotions were Matt Russell to vice president of player personnel and Mark Thewes to vice president of football operation and compliance. Both Russell and Thewes were already with the organization when John Elway was hired as the team's top football executive in 2011.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Packers seventh-round pick Jonathan Garvin's four-year, rookie contract that he signed this week included a $79,284 signing bonus. That's the only guaranteed money in a deal worth up to $3,374,284. If he makes the team his base salaries will be $610,000 (in 2020), $780,000 (2021), $895,000 (2022) and $1.01 million (2023). He was the first -- and to date only -- one of the Packers' nine draft picks to sign.