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Daniel Rodriguez goes from Purple Heart to potential NFL player. What do the Bengals expect from Paul Dawson? Browns not likely for Hard Knocks.

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Army vet Daniel Rodriguez trying to make most of chance with Rams | ProFootballTalk
Memorial Day weekend has its fair share of gatherings around the grill, swimming in sunny weather and other fun, but none of that should get in the way of remembering that the holiday honors those who have given their lives in service to the country around the world.

Cincinnati Bengals: Expectations for Paul Dawson
There wasn’t a defensive player that saw his stock drop more than Paul Dawson in the 2015 NFL Draft. However, the Cincinnati Bengals got a guy who could start immediately.

Heyward doesn't see defense changing much
For the past month Steelers players have been hitting the weight room, doing on field conditioning, and getting ready for football to begin. On Tuesday, with the start of OTAs, they get one step closer to doing what they love most. But not quite there yet. OTAs, which are Phase 3 of the offseason program, are 10 days of practice where the team can do 7-on-7, 9-on-7 and 11-on-11 drills, but no live contact.

Report: Hard Knocks narrowing its list, Browns not on it | ProFootballTalk

The Browns have one of the league's top reality shows going anyway, but they don't necessarily want it filmed around the clock. And they may not have to worry about it. According to Tony Grossi of ESPNCleveland.

Art Rooney II hopes NFL will soon hold games in Mexico and Germany | ProFootballTalk

One of the members of the NFL's International Committee is optimistic the league will soon stage games in two countries in which it has shown interest.

John Harbaugh calls extra-point rule change a 'positive thing' - Baltimore Sun

"The effort to move the line of scrimmage back on the point after touchdown, to me, is a good thing," Harbaugh said Thursday after his keynote speech at Stevenson University's graduation. "I think it's a positive thing. We're for it. We were fine with it the other way. I know Justin Tucker was kind of like saying stuff about it.