NFL rumors roundup

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Here is a look at some of the top NFL rumors for Saturday, May 19:

  • It has been six months since Louis Delmas tore his ACL, but his recovery from surgery is going well. In fact, Miami Dolphins teammate Reshad Jones said, per the Sun-Sentinel, that "Louis is running -- no limp -- he's doing all the drills that we're doing."

  • ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter has the latest on Deflategate: "For those asking why Patriots suspended two employees if those two did nothing wrong, as New England claims: NFL asked Pats to suspend them prior to discipline being handed down, per a league source in New York. New England obliged with the NFL's request."

  • As a rookie last season, Cincinnati Bengals running back Jeremy Hill lost five fumbles. Hill thinks that he was overconfident in his abilities last year, because he fumbled just once during his final two seasons at LSU. "I had so much confidence last year in my ability to carry the football, I kind of got lackadaisical about it and just kind of said, 'Well, no one can take the ball from me,' and just kind of wasn't respecting the guys on the other team," Hill said, per ESPN Bengals reporter Coley Harvey. "That's the worst mistake you can make, especially in this league."