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Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Aaron Rodgers in an Instagram post: A few years ago we were criticized for locking arms in solidarity before the game. It has NEVER been about an anthem or a flag. Not then. Not now. Listen with an open heart, let's educate ourselves, and then turn word and thought into action. #wakeupamerica#itstimeforchange  #loveoverfear❤️ #solidarity  #libertyandjusticeforall #all

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Here's a statement from the Lions on the killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery as "painful examples of racism and social injustice."

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

The Panthers released tight end Seth DeValve today citing a non-football injury, a league source told ESPN's Field Yates. DeValve was a fourth-round pick out of Princeton by the Cleveland Browns in 2016. He was with Jacksonville last year and signed by Carolina in March. While with Cleveland in 2017, DeValve became the first white player to kneel during the national anthem to protest social injustice.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

The Giants reopened their facility Wednesday. It's a "slow, steady" reopening following protocol of New Jersey and the NFL. About 15-20 people returned to the Quest Diagnostics Training Center including owner John Mara and GM Dave Gettleman, as well as some members from football ops, medical and business departments. No coaches or players. Employees who can continue to work from home will still do so.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

On Monday, Jets CEO Christopher Johnson joined the virtual team meeting to lead a discussion on the George Floyd tragedy and its fallout. This was noted by the team in a statement released Wednesday morning. Team executives, coaches and players participated in the meeting. The statement said the team will "create programs and partnerships" to help create social equality. It didn't cite specifics, but Johnson has been active in the past in helping players achieve social justice.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Pantbers coach Matt Rhule admits he's been cutting his own hair since the pandemic began. Looks like he's doing a good job.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Matt Rhule had hoped the Panthers would practice against the Ravens before their preseason game, but that won't happen now because the NFL sent a memo out on Tuesday saying there would be no joint practices.He has a lot of respect for John Harbaugh and the physicality of his team.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

The Packers have moved scout Brandian Ross from the Midlands region to the Southwest, replacing Charles Walls who left to join the Browns personnel department last month. Demetri Goodson, who was a scouting intern for the Packers last year, has been promoted to a full-time college scout and will cover Ross' previous territory.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Matt Rhule on retired MLB Luke Kuechly looking at a return to the Panthers as a pro scout: “I've had a great relationship with Luke. He's my neighbor. It's great if it works out, if it's what he wants to do. . . . I certainly hope it works out. He's a great, great person. Forget who he was as a player. He's got to figure out what's right for him. Since the first day, my advice has always been do what's right for you.''