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Romo in CBS booth with Nantz at Colonial

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FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) Tony Romo has appeared in the CBS broadcast booth with Jim Nantz for the first time.

The former Dallas Cowboys quarterback, hired last month to be the network's lead NFL analyst, was on the air Saturday for a few minutes during third-round coverage of the PGA Tour event at Colonial.

Romo, wearing a jacket but not one with the CBS logo on it, appeared with Nantz and Nick Faldo in the tower at the 18th hole. It was basically a welcome and introduction of the new NFL analyst who will work with Nantz during football season.

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Vikings' Zimmer: I'll coach with 1 eye

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) Minnesota Vikings coach Mike Zimmer has had a lot of time on his hands this week while sitting at home on his Kentucky ranch as his team went through optional practices in the Twin Cities.

Zimmer was under strict orders to leave the team and rest his right eye, which has needed eight surgeries to try to repair a detached retina. The lingering issues have led some to wonder if he would be forced to shorten his career.

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Lions, RB Asiata agree to 1-year deal

DETROIT (AP) The Detroit Lions have agreed to a one-year deal with running back Matt Asiata.

Agent Kenny Zuckerman confirmed the deal Friday night. Asiata played the past five seasons with the Minnesota Vikings.

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Bears sign WR Cruz to 1-year contract

LAKE FOREST, Ill. (AP) The Chicago Bears added some salsa to the roster Thursday, signing former New York Giants receiver Victor Cruz to a one-year contract.

The Bears were looking for help after former Pro Bowl receiver Alshon Jeffery signed with Philadelphia. They're hoping Cruz can rediscover some of his old flair and give them a reliable option along with the oft-injured youngster Kevin White.

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Giants WR Beckham, DE Vernon miss OTAs

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) The New York Giants ended their first week of voluntary organized team activities missing two of their biggest stars - wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. and defensive end Olivier Vernon.

The workout Thursday was third of the week, and Beckham missed them all. The team did not say whether Vernon missed all three, but the veteran who signed an $85 million contract in the offseason last year wasn't there Thursday, the only day workouts were open to the media.

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Bills sign ex-49ers starting LB Hodges

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) The Buffalo Bills have signed linebacker Gerald Hodges, who started 12 games for San Francisco last season.

Team officials also said Thursday that cornerback Charles Gaines had been released.

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Giants sign DE Taylor, S Ihenacho

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) The New York Giants have signed defensive end Devin Taylor and safety Duke Ihenacho.

The Giants announced the moves Thursday, adding two veterans who have played in 102 NFL games.

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Raiders sign 6 draft picks

ALAMEDA, Calif. (AP) The Oakland Raiders have signed six draft picks.

Oakland finalized deals Friday with fourth-round tackle David Sharpe, fifth-round linebacker Marquel Lee and all four seventh-rounders. Those picks are safety Shalom Luani, tackle Jylan Ware, running back Elijah Hood and defensive tackle Treyvon Hester.

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Redskins sign Moreau, last of 10 picks

ASHBURN, Va. (AP) The Washington Redskins have signed the final member of their 10-player draft class, third-round pick Fabian Moreau.

The team announced the deal Friday.

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Kuechly won't change aggressive style

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) Panthers linebacker Luke Kuechly has no plans to alter his aggressive style of play following a second concussion last November, one that tugged at the emotions of a national TV audience when he was carted off the field sobbing uncontrollably.

The 2014 NFL Defensive Player of the Year still doesn't like talking about that frightening Thursday night game, and is clearly itching to put concussion talk behind him and prove to doubters he'll be just fine this coming season.

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