New York Jets owner Woody Johnson says wide receiver Braylon Edwards has let himself and the team down as a result of his drunken-driving arrest Tuesday morning.
Johnson said Thursday that he has spoken to Edwards "three or four times" since and told him his actions were "not acceptable, Braylon. I'm disappointed."
Edwards was arraigned Tuesday on drunken-driving charges after a breath test showed he had a blood-alcohol level twice the legal threshold when he was stopped on Manhattan's West Side, prosecutors said. Edwards apologized to the team Wednesday.
Delhomme is still not ready
Cleveland Browns quarterback Jake Delhomme has not been cleared to practice, making it more likely that backup Seneca Wallace will make his second straight start.
Delhomme injured his right ankle in the Browns' season opener. The team has not been specific about the severity of his injury.
Ravens, Kindle agree to deal
The Baltimore Ravens and top draft pick Sergio Kindle have agreed to terms on a one-year contract, even though the linebacker will not play this season.
Kindle fractured his skull in July when he fell down two flights of stairs. The former Texas standout underwent a series of neurological exams from independent doctors in Baltimore, which led the Ravens to believe he would not be able to play in 2010.
Harvin returns to practice
Percy Harvin returned to Vikings practice after missing the previous session with another migraine headache.
Harvin struggled with migraines throughout the preseason, but says he went almost six weeks between headaches. Harvin says he's feeling great and was encouraged with how he was able to recover from his latest episode.
Super Bowl plans are a go
Indianapolis organizers expect the 2012 Super Bowl to be played on its original date, despite growing concerns that an NFL work stoppage could force postponement or cancellation of the game.
At a news conference Thursday, host committee officials said they were moving "full-speed" ahead with their plans for Feb. 5, 2012.
Seahawks name new president
Peter McLoughlin is the new president of the Seattle Seahawks, leaving a similar position with the NHL's St. Louis Blues.
McLoughlin's hiring was announced Thursday morning. He replaces Tod Leiweke, who announced at the end of July he was leaving to become CEO and minority owner of the Tampa Bay Lightning.
— Tribune wire services