Former Dallas Cowboys tight end Martellus Bennett wants a piece of his old team when the Super Bowl-champion New York Giants open the season against their NFC East rival Sept. 5.To be blunt, Bennett wants to show the Cowboys what they're missing."That is what it is all about," Bennett said Thursday after arriving at his first Giants training camp. "I mean we are cool, but we ain't that cool, know what I am saying? I kind of got some ill feelings toward them overall. ... I kind of hate everybody, honestly, in the NFL."Briefly Seahawks: Running back Marshawn Lynch has entered a not guilty plea after his arrest for investigation of driving under the influence in California. Also, free agent receiver Braylon Edwards worked out for Seattle, which is looking for a proven No. 2 receiver for its offense. Jaguars: Running back Maurice Jones-Drew and first-round draft pick Justin Blackmon were missing as players reported to training camp. Jones-Drew is still seeking a new contract. Blackmon is one of a few rookies who remain unsigned. Saints: A hearing in federal court for suspended Saints linebacker Jonathan Vilma ended without an immediate decision about whether he can temporarily return to work. Vilma wants a temporary restraining order while his lawsuit against NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell proceeds. Chiefs: Kansas City signed first-round pick Dontari Poe, who took part in the Chiefs' entire off-season program, despite failing to reach a deal with the team that made him the No. 11 overall pick. The Chiefs also signed free agent offensive tackle Tony Ugoh. Lions: A woman involved in a single-car accident with defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh is suing him for more than $1 million in an Oregon court. Saadia Van Winkle said she suffered neck and back injuries on Dec. 3, 2011, when Suh crashed into a curb, a light pole, a drinking fountain and a tree in downtown Portland. Jets: Safety LaRon Landry has been activated from the physically unable to perform list after passing his physical. Landry had been rehabbing an Achilles/heel injury. 49ers: Safety Dashon Goldson has signed his $6.2 million franchise tender and reported to training camp on time. Texans: Veteran receiver Bryant Johnson agreed to terms after working out for the team Thursday. Roy Williams and Mike Sims-Walker had also worked out in Houston. Vikings: Tackle Matt Kalil, their top draft pick, is the last player from their 2012 draft class to reach a contract. Dolphins: Guard Eric Steinbach agreed to a one-year contract. Steinbach missed all of last year because of a back injury. Raiders: Oakland assistant offensive line coach Steve Wisniewski has resigned his position because of personal reasons. Buccaneers: Defensive tackle Brian Price, who reportedly punched rookie Mark Barron during a team meeting, was traded to the Bears for a seventh-round draft pick, and receiver Dez Brisco, who led the team in touchdown receptions last season, was waived.