FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - Coach Bill Belichick will comply with the NFL's latest request in its spying investigation and provide any notes or tapes made from video recordings similar to those that drew a stiff penalty against him and the team.
"Of course," he said, when asked about the request for materials.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell fined Belichick $500,000 and the team $250,000 on Thursday for violating a league rule that prohibits clubs from using a sideline camera to videotape the opponent's sideline. New England also must forfeit a first-round draft pick next year if it makes the playoffs or a second- and third-rounder if it doesn't.
A video camera was confiscated from a Patriots employee during the first quarter of the team's 38-14 win over the New York Jets on Sept. 9.
Goodell said Sunday he expected the club to give the league the information it sought.
"I'm very confident the Patriots are going to abide by the rules," he said. "They understand that the consequences could increase."
TITANS: Owner Bud Adams picked up the 2007 option on head coach Jeff Fisher's contract at the end of last season when the Titans rallied from an 0-5 start to finish 8-8, and an extension had been expected since then.
Fisher, who is in his 13th season with the franchise that used to be the Houston Oilers, said they finally worked out the final details last week.
The deal through 2011 is thought to be worth $5.5 million to $6 million per year.
BILLS: Kevin Everett is showing some movement in both hands and greater strength in his leg muscles, further positive signs for the tight end following a life-threatening spinal-cord injury.
"Kevin Everett remains medically stable in the intensive care unit, and continues to make daily improvement in his neurological status," team doctor John Marzo said in a statement.
Marzo provided his evaluation after the player was examined Sunday evening by Bills orthopedic surgeon Andrew Cappuccino.
ON THE AGENDA: Nike executives say they will discuss the financial impact of the company's relationship with troubled Falcons quarterback Michael Vick on Thursday during a quarterly earnings conference call.
The question arose Monday during an annual meeting, where a shareholder asked about the financial impact of the cancellation of the Vick shoe and possibility for restitution. Nike severed its ties with Vick in late August.