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Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

Bucs linebacker Kwon Alexander returns to Anniston, Alabama Saturday to host a free football camp in memory of his late brother, Broderick Taylor, who was shot and killed in October. Alexander believes organized activities can help the city's problem with violence.

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Over the past seven seasons, the amount of national revenue that each NFL owner has received has had a compound annual growth rate of 4.3%

Darren Rovell ESPN Senior Writer 

JUST IN: Each NFL owner received $222.6 million this past season in shared national revenue, which is mostly TV money.

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

The Saints placed veteran cornerback Kyle Wilson on injured reserve with an unspecified injury and signed veteran DT C.J. Wilson. The Saints still have good depth at both corner and safety, but they'll run thin soon if the injuries continue. They also placed backup safety Jamarca Sanford on I.R. earlier in the week. Wilson is a six-year NFL veteran with the Packers, Raiders and Lions.

Will Von Miller remain a Bronco?

The July 15 deadline is looming as teams work to sign player extensions. Only time will tell if other teams are stalling Miller's negotiations. NFL Rumor Central

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David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

In case you missed, Greg Olsen's 1969 Camaro raised $100,000 for charity at the Barrett-Jackson auction on Thursday. The Carolina Panthers tight end will put the money to good work for his @R4RFoundation.

Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Some Nissan employees had a chance to get an autographed football from Derrick Henry as the corporate sponsor welcomed him into Heisman House.

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Should Broncos be nervous about Miller?

With no negotiations between the Broncos and Von Miller since early June, Louis Riddick believes Denver should be very nervous about Miller's status for this season.

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Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Derrick Henry welcomed into Nissan's Heisman House in Franklin, Tenn. After several employees shouted "Roll Tide," another capped it with "Roll Titans."