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Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Matt LaFleur on his virtual work with Jordan Love: “We have got to try to show him as many good examples of what it looks like because the challenge is he's going out on his own and working those different techniques and fundamentals but you're not there to be able to correct him or show him the right way. So we've got to present as much to him so he can get that good visual so that he can go out there and replicate that." (via ESPN Wisconsin radio)

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Matt LaFleur on his relationship with Aaron Rodgers since the Jordan Love pick: “We talk four times a week whenever we get those opportunities to meet in those individual meetings, and I feel really good about where we're at. We both understand that this is a business. When that whole thing went down it was just one of those situations where there were a couple of guys targets that had just previously been picked and Jordan was the next guy on the board.” (via ESPN Wisconsin radio).

Marcel Louis-Jacques ESPN 

Does Josh Allen need to be a superstar for the Bills to be a true AFC contender? Not quite, but he does need to dial back on the "hero ball."

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Governor Tom Wolf said pro teams are permitted to practice or play during the yellow and green phase of reopening in Pennsylvania (Philadelphia goes from red to yellow June 5). Below are the guidelines.

Turron Davenport ESPN 

The Titans agreed to terms on multi-year contracts with 2020 fifth-round selection DL Larrell Murchison and seventh-round pick DB Chris Jackson.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Colts WR Parris Campbell, whose rookie season in 2019 was full of injuries - hamstring, broken hand, sports hernia, broken foot - that limited him to just seven games, said he's completely healthy. He's been running routes at full speed for the last two months. QB Philip Rivers could be looking at Campbell, TY Hilton, Zach Pascal and Michael Pittman Jr. as his top four receivers.

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Giants CB Deandre Baker received an order to travel for work by Broward County judge today meaning he can travel to New Jersey/other states for football activities if he gives a detailed itinerary of his out-of-state activities. That is if team/NFL allows him to participate.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Mike McCarthy did not want to say the Cowboys are behind because of the virtual offseason program, "but I think it's obvious to think if we started April 6, like we normally would as a first-year program, we would be in a different spot than we are here today,” McCarthy said. He said the coaches have been creative and the players responsive. “I think it leans toward the veteran experience of our football team that we able to get this much work done,” he said.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Mike McCarthy is not getting caught up in the Dak Prescott negotiations. Prescott has yet to sign the $31.4 million exclusive franchise tag in hopes of landing a multi-year contract by July 15 and has not taken part in the voluntary meetings. “He's involved in a business situation and I have full confidence that he'll be ready to go,” McCarthy said. “There has been communication. I mean this is the way these business situations go sometimes. You respect that.”

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Jason McCourty on the NFL's fourth-and-15 proposal as an alternative to an onside kick: "If I'm a team and I've earned a right to be up, we've made the plays necessary to be winning in the fourth quarter or whatever it might be, I have a chance to go seal the game by just catching an onside kick vs. being out there for a fourth-and-15 – from that standpoint, I don't really understand it. We're now basically rewarding you for being behind. That's the only thing, for me, that is a negative of it."

Brooke Pryor ESPN Staff Writer 

Steelers WR Diontae Johnson told reporters Wednesday he sustained a groin injury Week 2 and had surgery for the sports hernia in the offseason. He hasn't received full clearance to return to training yet, but he's hopeful he'll get it "in the next couple days." "I was running and it felt like my groin got a little tight on me,” Johnson said, describing the injury. The second-year player has spent time working out with Ben Roethlisberger and is focused on building a connection with him.