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Seattle Seahawks quarterbacks Drew Lock (2) and Geno Smith (7) talk with quarterbacks coach Dave Canales, left, during a workout in May in Renton, Washington.
Bengals quarterbacks coach Dan Pitcher had his second interview with the team Wednesday.
Norvell’s salary will rise from the $4.75 million he was due this year to more than $9 million in 2029.
It’s been less than eight months since Colorado skated away from Amalie Arena with the Stanley Cup in tow.
Senate and House committees both quickly and unanimously gave favorable recommendations to change Florida’s law.

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  1. Seattle Seahawks quarterbacks Drew Lock (2) and Geno Smith (7) talk with quarterbacks coach Dave Canales, left, during a workout in May in Renton, Washington.
  2. FSU football coach Mike Norvell has signed a contract extension that would keep him with the Seminoles through the 2029 season.
  3. Sen. Travis Hutson, seen here during a committee meeting Tuesday, is the sponsor of a bill that would effectively repeal Florida's name, image and likeness law.
  4. Colorado Avalanche left wing Gabriel Landeskog (92) meets Lightning goaltender Andrei Vasilevskiy (88) at center ice following Game 6 of the Stanley Cup final in June at Amalie Arena.
  5. Golfers head out to the putting greens when the Sarasota PopStroke opened in April. A quote by co-owner Tiger Woods is seen on display at the entrance of the TGR Design courses.
  6. Los Angeles Lakers forward LeBron James celebrates after scoring to pass Kareem Abdul-Jabbar to become the NBA's all-time leading scorer during the second half of Tuesday's game against the Oklahoma City Thunder in Los Angeles.
  7. Lightning goaltender Brian Elliott (1) reacts as the puck bounces out of the net while San Jose Sharks right wing Timo Meier (28) celebrates his winning goal in overtime Tuesday at Amalie Arena.
  8. The Florida High School Athletic Association's 16-member Board of Directors is expected to vote on whether student athletes should be required to submit information about their menstrual history to school.
  9. The FHSAA's executive director has recommended a change to what medical paperwork will be submitted to schools.
  10. Fans cheer as the Rays attempt to sweep the New York Yankees during a game in September at Tropicana Field. The team will offer $10 tickets to all home games this season in the Party Deck area above left field and select lower-level areas.
  11. Lily Tomlin is seen alongside Tom Brady in a scene from "80 for Brady."
  12. From this angle — the perspective of available free-agent quarterbacks in the NFL this offseason — Kyle Trask looks kinda nice as the Bucs' starting quarterback in 2023.
  13. Nancy, left, and Max are local rescue dogs that were adopted out by Compassion Kind St. Petersburg. They will play in Animal Planet's Puppy Bowl XIX on Sunday.
  14. The Blue Jays' Bo Bichette hasn't forgotten his high school roots, with plans to provide financial aid to the Police Athletic League baseball program at St. Petersburg’s Jackson Recreation Center at Wildwood Park.
  15. Patriots coach Bill Belichick, left, talks with quarterback Tom Brady during a 2002 game against the Philadelphia Eagles in Foxborough, Massachusetts. The two worked together for 20 seasons in New England.
  16. Future NASCAR Hall of Famer Kevin Harvick made his first Cup Series start the same year Tom Brady made his first NFL start. They came in together, and they're going out together, too.
  17. Lightning center Vladislav Namestnikov (90) and Panthers defenseman Radko Gudas (7) go down during the first period of the Panthers' 7-1 romp Monday night in Sunrise.
  18. Bengals quarterbacks coach Dan Pitcher, left, is headed to Tampa Bay for a second meeting with the Bucs this week, according to multiple reports.
  19. Tom Brady (12) said he gave everything he had to football during his 23 seasons in the NFL, including the past three with the Bucs.
  20. Florida Sen. Travis Hutson (R-Palm Coast) is leading a push to change the state's name, image and likeness law.
  21. Lightning forward Pat Maroon served as a guest broadcaster during the NHL All-Star Skills Competition Friday night in Sunrise.
  22. Chiefs receiver Marquez Valdes-Scantling (11) seen here beating Bucs linebacker Lavonte David (54) for a deep ball during the teams' 2022 regular season meeting, is the sixth player from Lakewood High to play for a Super Bowl team.
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