Reacting to a complaint filed by the player's association against the Ravens, the NFL on Monday canceled the last week of Baltimore's off-season training camp, scheduled for June 14 through 18.
According to the league, the Ravens "violated the rules concerning the intensity and tempo of drills" and "the length of time spent by players at the team facility."
Colts. Team president Bill Polian told reporters during a charity golf tournament in Batavia, N.Y. that he was confident Indianapolis would re-sign quarterback Peyton Manning before the four-time MVP's contract expires after the 2010 season.
Packers. Police in Lake Delton, Wis., don't plan to recommend pressing charges against a Green Bay player accused of sexual assault by two women who changed their statements during the investigation, the chief overseeing the investigation said Monday.
Police Chief Tom Dorner said he expects to forward the investigation's findings to prosecutors by Tuesday, but he thinks they would have a hard time proving a case.
Officers were called early Saturday to a condo in Lake Delton where seven Packers players were staying during a charity golf event. The women initially told investigators they were sexually assaulted by more than one Packer.
After the players were questioned, the women changed their statements to say only one person assaulted them, Dorner said Monday.
Culpepper signs with UFL. Quarterback Daunte Culpepper, 33, who made five starts last season for the Detroit Lions, has signed with the Sacramento Mountain Lions of the United Football League. - Staff and wire reports