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Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets waived WR Joe Anderson, best known for holding a sign outside the Texans' facility asking for an NFL job.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Raiders assistant defensive backs coach Rod Woodson sees Karl Joseph with some Earl Thomas and Bob Sanders tendencies. "Not so big in stature, but physical and fast. He has an innate instinct..,a perfect fit for what we want to accomplish here," Woodson told me of Oakland's first-round draft pick.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets haven't given away Ryan Fitzpatrick's No. 14 just yet. Rookie QB Christian Hackenberg, who wore 14 in college, was given No. 5. Darron Lee received No. 50. The Jets apparently don't believe in jinxes. It's the same number worn by former draft bust Vernon Gholston, who, like Lee, was a first-round linebacker out of Ohio State (2008).

Matt Bowen @MattBowen41

Playbook install at #NFL Rookie Camps, too...Coaches throw a lot at you. Mind is swimming, legs get heavy, technique is awful. Bad football.

Matt Bowen @MattBowen41

#NFL rookie camps this weekend...Conditioning will be tested. That combine training doesn't get you ready for the tempo of a pro practice.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

The Packers have already begun doing contracts with their draft picks. They have a deal done with fifth-round pick Trevor Davis, the speedy receiver from Cal, per a source.

Mike Reiss ESPN New England Patriots reporter 

On Cinco de Mayo, some local flavor in Walpole, the town bordering Foxborough and Gillette Stadium where the Patriots play.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

The Arizona Cardinals assigned numbers to their draft picks: DT Robert Nkemdiche: 90 CB Brandon Williams: 26 C Evan Boehm: 70 G Cole Toner: 61 S Marqui Christian: 25 CB Harlan Miller: 34

Sanchez in better spot than Bradford

John Clayton explains why Mark Sanchez, who makes a quarter of the salary of Sam Bradford, is in a better long-term situation.

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Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

TE Jordan Reed is one of the top matchup weapons in the NFL. Smooth route runner, lateral quickness and body control. That's tough on safeties and linebackers in coverage. Even with the past injuries, this had to be a pretty easy decision for Washington to reward Reed with a contract extension. He has the tape and production to back it up. And he's a key piece to the offense.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Here come the draft-pick signings: The Jets have agreed to terms with seventh-round punter Lachland Edwards (Sam Houston State), his agent announced on Twitter. It's four years, $2.4M.