Orr (neck) said he is exploring the possibility of coming out of retirement, NFL.com's Mike Garafolo reports.
Johnson is not expected to reach a long-term deal with the Rams before the July 17 franchise tag deadline, Vincent Bonsignore of The Orange County Register reports.
Luck (shoulder) has yet to begin throwing as of Tuesday, Brody Miller of The Indianapolis Star reports.
With Zach Miller (foot) trying to prove himself to be a healthy and reliable option during training camp, Brown could compete for a role as the Bears' receiving tight end, Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Cousins and the Redskins remain apart on a long-term deal, but both sides have described the talks as positive, Mike Jones of The Washington Post reports.
Vikings GM Rick Spielman said he expects Floyd to be with the team for the start of training camp.
Texans receivers coach John Perry believes Miller has enough quickness and speed to continue playing the slot, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports. "The thing that's really intriguing is that [Miller]'s generally a larger guy than most slot receivers," said Perry. "But he does have that quickness and speed to go along with that. That's something that's really valuable and gives him options to play on the outside and do those things, too. He's fighting to try to get on the field in a lot of different ways."
Jordan underwent offseason knee surgery, Geoffrey C. Arnold of OregonLive.com reports. "He had to get a knee cleaned up," head coach Pete Carroll told reporters. "He had some loose bodies that were getting in the way and causing some real discomfort."
Robinson (groin) participated in the Eagles' offseason program, Aaron Kasinitz of PennLive.com reports. "It feels great to be healthy," Robinson said. "Just being able to do the things I've done over the years and trying to do everything I can to help this team."
Smith has recovered from offseason shoulder surgery, Michael Gehlken of The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports.
Breaux (shoulder) has been fully healthy since January or February, ESPN's Mike Triplett reports.
Anthony is showing an improved understanding of the defense, Nick Underhill of The New Orleans Advocate reports. "The more and more he receives reps in the scheme, the more and more he is getting comfortable with not only the calls but also the identifications, offensive formations, run or pass. I think that is going well," head coach Sean Payton said.
Freeny (shoulder) has been a full participant in offseason practices, Rich Garven of The Providence Journal reports.
Colvin (lower leg) missed the entire offseason program, Brian Jackson of WJXT Jacksonville reports.
Church was revealed to be dealing with a back injury, USA Today's Jay Johnson reports.
Cushing (shoulder) is still recovering from offseason shoulder surgery, Alex Del Barrio of CBS Houston reports.
Goodson (knee - ACL) is ahead of schedule in his recovery, Michael Cohen of the Green Bay Post-Gazette reports.
Frazier (foot) is nearing 100 percent health, Kevin Casas of The Star-Telegram reports. "My foot is 100 percent, but I'm not working in the team drills yet, just a lot of individual stuff as a precaution," Frazier said during June's minicamp.
Fairley (illness) was placed on the Saints' reserve/non-football injury list Monday, effectively ending his 2017 campaign, Adam Schefter of ESPN.com reports.
Floyd was sentenced Monday to one day in jail and ordered to serve the final five days of his house-arrest sentence for violating the original terms of his punishment, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com reports.
Falcons owner Arthur Blank said Monday that he's confident the team will reach an agreement with Freeman on a long-term contract soon, Vaughn McClure of ESPN.com reports.
Elam's drug charges stemming from a February arrest were dropped Monday, ESPN.com reports.
Miller (foot) could be challenged for a spot on the roster by Daniel Brown during training camp, Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Brate is expected to remain a prominent figure in the Buccaneers' red-zone offense, Jenna Laine of ESPN.com reports.
Verrett (knee) isn't allowed to take part in team drills but could return in time for training camp, Eric D. Williams of ESPN.com reports. "He's trying to get in there," coach Anthony Lynn said. "I had to kick him out of walk-through last week. He can't even do walk-though because that's considered a team drill...It's kind of wait-and-see, but yes I'd love to have him back for training camp."
Eagles wide receivers coach Mike Groh said Monday that Jeffery has enjoyed his best offseason since 2013, Tim McManus of ESPN.com reports.
Muhammad will look to contribute on special teams this season for the Titans, Jason Wolf of The Tennessean reports. "Most definitely I'm looking forward to special teams in general," Muhammad noted. "Special teams, that's something that impacts the game. It's very crucial in the game, so going out there and being electrifying and making a play and sparking up a team, that's something special and I can't wait."
Watkins (foot) is unlikely to be handed a full workload once training camp begins, Jay Skurski of The Buffalo News reports.
Newton threw Monday for the first time since having offseason shoulder surgery, Bill Voth of the Panthers' official site reports.
Lynch made a strong push for the Broncos' starting quarterback job during the last week of OTAs and weeklong mandatory minicamp, Mike Klis of KUSA-TV 9 News reports.
Misi (neck) is still awaiting clearance to return to the field, Barry Jackson of The Miami Herald reports.
Erickson will have to compete for a roster spot, despite leading the AFC in kickoff return average (27.9 yards) as a rookie, Dan Hoard of Bengals.com reports.
Jones spent part of the offseason training with Randy Moss, who emphasized the importance of lower-body strength and running routes in a manner that maximizes yards after the catch, Tim Twentyman of DetroitLions.com reports.
Klug (Achilles) figures to be back on the field in six weeks, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official website reports. "I am sick of missing practices," the defensive end said. "But they have me on a good schedule, doing rehab, and I'm working to get back as fast as I can."
Sharpe (foot) may have to compete for a roster spot, The Tennessean reports.
Higbee got regular first-team snaps during June minicamp, ESPN.com's Alden Gonzalez reports.
Hogan mostly ran with the first-team offense during June minicamp, ESPN.com's Mike Reiss reports.
Mack (undisclosed) did not participate in June minicamp, Stephen Holder of The Indianapolis Star reports.
Quick disappointed during offseason practices and likely will need to compete for a roster spot, Rich Tandler of CSN Mid-Atlantic reports.
Howard (hip) expects to be fully cleared before the start of training camp, Brad Biggs of The Chicago Tribune reports.
Goldman is doing extra work to strengthen his ankle this offseason in an effort to avoid another injury, Mark Potash of The Chicago Sun-Times reports.
Fuller (knee) is back to full strength, Patrick Finley of The Chicago Sun-Times reports.
Houston (knee - ACL) is on schedule in his recovery, Patrick Finley of The Chicago Sun-Times reports.
McPhee lost weight in the offseason in an attempt to take some pressure off his knees, ESPN's Jeff Dickerson reports.
Marlowe (hamstring) participated in the entirety of the Panthers' OTAs, Bryan Strickland of the team's official site reports. "This is the first time I actually put on a helmet since September," Marlowe said. "But adversity can be key -- you just have to bounce back and keep pushing. I'm so happy to be out here healthy and performing on the field."
Watson impressed in offseason practices but still has a lot of ground to gain in the team's quarterback competition, NFL.com's Max Meyer reports. "We put a lot on [Watson's] plate during the spring, and he handled it very well," coach Bill O'Brien said. "He made mistakes, and he corrected them. You don't see him make the same mistake twice. He can do a lot of things. He can operate our running game and in our passing game. He's got a lot of athleticism. I don't think we'll have to limit him. Training camp and preseason games will be a big test."
Robinson could see increased playing time in 2017, Paula Pasche of The Oakland Press reports. "I think he's really doing some good things. He is again, another big, strong, powerful man who has got good bend. So, he does a lot of things inside in the run game,'' defensive coordinator Teryl Austin said. "He's going to be really good. Like always, we think we've got to just continue to try to accelerate him in the pass game and work on his pass rush so that he can be a three-down player for us and give us some inside pass rush."
Defensive coordinator Teryl Austin said Williams is "a ton, ton better" so far this offseason compared to Williams' rookie year, Paula Pasche of The Oakland Press reports."[Williams is] much more urgent in terms of how he's attacking the game, really is seeing and understands the scheme better, so he's reacting faster and he's a big man that can run,'' Austin said. "So, he's really done some good things throughout this offseason, really like where he's going right now."
McClellin could see his playing time take a hit this season due to the addition of David Harris, Mike Reiss of ESPN reports.
Kaufusi (ankle) is eager to make his NFL debut after being sidelined for his rookie season.
Waller (undisclosed) was a participant at the Ravens' minicamp after sitting out voluntary workouts, Luke Jones of wnst.net reports.
The Browns expect a breakout season for DeValve in 2017, Nate Ulrich of The Akron Beacon-Journal reports. "Most of his development in the offseason was that [DeValve] put on a little weight, he is noticeably stronger, he is faster and he is healthier," tight ends coach Greg Seamon said. "His ability to run routes, catch the ball, leave his feet, catch the ball away from his body and he has a big catch radius, I think those things are showing up out here. I'm pleased with what he has done developing as a blocker from a technical and footwork standpoint. The proof will be obvious when we put the pads on, but he is ahead of where he was a year ago. I see Seth as a guy who is important to us."
Floyd (knee) is expected to start the 2017 season on the physically unable to perform list, Matt Vensel of The Star Tribune reports.
McGuire is expected to carve out a role on offense behind Matt Forte and Bilal Powell this season, NJ.com reports.
Powell could play a complementary role to starter Matt Forte this season, NJ.com reports.
Forte (knee) is expected to be the Jets' primary running back this season, with Bilal Powell playing a complementary role, NJ.com reports.
Ebron believes the additions of tight ends Darren Fells and Michael Roberts should help him this upcoming season, Dave Birkett of The Detroit Free Press reports. "I think it's going to play a significant role for me to allow me to do the things that I'm best at," Ebron said.
During portions of practice in last week's minicamp, Kamara split off and worked with the receivers instead of the running backs, Mike Triplett of ESPN.com reports.
Fuller focused on getting stronger during the offseason to improve his tackle-breaking and blocking abilities, John McClain of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Prosise is anticipated to see a large portion of the Seahawks' third-down backfield duties and could see his role expanded to take advantage of specific matchups throughout the upcoming season, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports.
Rawls is expected to receive a decent workload during the preseason, and should see a comparable amount of carries to Eddie Lacy (ankle) during the regular season, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports.
Lacy (ankle) is anticipated to see his fair share of carries during the preseason, but the Seahawks' main goal will be to ensure he enters the upcoming campaign in top condition and health, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports.
Grimble is currently expected to serve as the Steelers' second-string tight end, but he could make a push for the starting job if his consistency improves, Bob Labriola of Steelers.com reports.
Stewart (groin/thumb) is not sure if he will be ready for the start of training camp, though coach Todd Bowles is optimistic, Brian Costello of the New York Post reports.
Engram said he started to gain confidence following a June practice in which he made some big catches and knew all of his assignments, Art Stapleton of The Record reports. "I had a really good day, some really big catches, and I could see I was starting to learn the offense, getting comfortable," Engram said. "There were a couple times, I went out in the slot or in my position [at tight end], and Eli [Manning] gave an adjustment, and I knew exactly what to do, and I felt really confident, and I went and made the play."
Offensive coordinator Clyde Christensen expects Parker to have a big season, ESPN.com's James Walker reports. "I really think he'll have a great, big year -- a gigantic year for us," Christensen said of Parker. "That would be huge. It helps with the quarterback. It helps with your running game. It helps everything."
Panthers coach Ron Rivera and GM Dave Gettleman both said the team should have used Funchess (ankle) more last season, Bill Voth of Panthers.com reports.
White was released by the Patriots on Thursday, the Patriots' official site reports.
Paulsen has the skill set and history with head coach Kyle Shanahan to make a serious bid for a roster spot this season, Matt Barrows of The Sacramento Bee reports.
Despite his fourth-round pedigree, Bell (head) will have to compete for a spot on the 49ers' 53-man roster this season, according to Matt Barrows of The Sacramento Bee.
Head coach Kyle Shanahan said that he has "been a fan of [Celek] throughout his career," which bodes well for the tight end's chances of making the 53-man roster as the 49ers head towards training camp, Matt Barrows of The Sacramento Bee reports.
McDonald (shoulder) -- who was subject of trade talks during the draft -- remains with the 49ers for the time being, but will have to earn his spot as the team's top tight end, Matt Barrows of The Sacramento Bee reports.
Wheaton (shoulder) has an opportunity to start this season, Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Since being acquired by the Patriots, Cooks' approach has caught the eye of coach Bill Belichick, ESPN's Mike Reiss reports. "Brandin's worked hard. Definitely, he has some skill. A transition for him [from New Orleans]; he's working hard to make it," Belichick noted.
Walker was released by the Rams on Thursday, Adam Caplan of ESPN.com reports.
Uzomah has been working hard in the offseason to sharpen all aspects of his game, Dan Hoard of the Bengals' official site reports. "I'm trying to work on my hands -- whether it's as a blocker or getting off the jam," Uzomah said. "I'm working on my hips a little bit too. ...I've also been working with Ben (Creamer) from Ignition APG with boxing and hand fighting and he does a great job with that. I did it a little last year but not as much as I will this upcoming year. I think that helps tremendously and translates to the field a lot."
Manning has a revised set of offensive weapons for the upcoming season, including free-agent pickup Brandon Marshall and 2017 first-round pick Evan Engram, Conor Orr of NFL.com reports.
Rogers could compete with Kamar Aiken and Philip Dorsett for the third and fourth spots on the wideout depth chart, Kevin Bowen of Colts.com reports.
Olsen said it's too early to say whether he'd consider holding out of training camp as part of his effort to secure a new contract, ESPN.com's Adam Schefter reports.
Matthews (knee) acknowledged that his absence from most of the offseason program wasn't ideal, but he said he isn't too worried about his availability for training camp, Les Bowen of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Carr (fibula) and the Raiders have finalized a five-year, $125 million extension,NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports.
Cowboys running backs coach Gary Brown expects Elliott to catch more passes this season, Jon Machota of The Dallas Morning News reports.
The Colts likely will use more of a committee approach in the backfield this season, giving Turbin a heavier workload than last season's 47 carries and 35 targets, Mike Chappell of CBS 4 Indianapolis reports.
Agholor has been the "standout star" of spring practices, according to Dave Zangaro of CSN Philly.
Gurley has shown improved communication and decision-making during the offseason, Alden Gonzalez of ESPN.com reports.
Mauldin was arrested on Wednesday and charged with a misdemeanor assault stemming from a nightclub altercation in April, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports.
Guion (suspension) was charged with driving under the influence on Wednesday morning in Hawaii, ESPN.com reports.
Breida's quickness stood out during the 49ers' offseason program, Kevin Lynch of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Chancellor (ankles) appeared close to full speed at June's mandatory minicamp, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. "You can tell right now he's got great burst," head coach Pete Carroll said. "He's changing direction, he's really hitting it, so he has made a great recovery."
Harris is signing a two-year deal with the Patriots, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports.
The Eagles hope Blount's presence will help them achieve balance on offense, ESPN.com's Tim McManus reports.
The Texans expect rookie third-round selection D'Onta Foreman to challenge Blue for the No. 2 spot on the depth chart, ESPN.com's Sarah Barshop reports.
Maclin said he played through a torn groin last season, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports.
Mayle has been moved to tight end, Jeff Zrebiec of The Baltimore Sun reports.
Reynolds remains a long shot to make the Ravens' 53-man roster, but he showed major improvements both as a returner and as a receiver during minicamp, Jeff Zrebiec of The Baltimore Sun reports.
Moore is closing in on locking up the No. 4 receiver spot in the Ravens' offense, Jeff Zrebiec of The Baltimore Sun reports. "We have a lot of confidence in Chris Moore to be our fourth wideout and let the competition begin with the fifth and sixth wideout," said owner Steve Bisciotti on a recent conference call.
Brice could be in for a larger role on defense in 2017, Mike Spofford of the Packers' official site reports.
Gilbert was suspended for the entire 2017 season on Tuesday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Thornton has been suspended for the first six games of the regular season for violating the league's substance abuse policy, Tim Twentyman of the Lions' official site reports.
North was waived by the Rams on Tuesday, Alden Gonzalez of ESPN.com reports.
Buckner will take fewer snaps this season under new defensive coordinator Robert Saleh, Matt Barrows of The Sacramento Bee reports. "When you look at a guy like Buckner last year having played almost 1,000 snaps -- in my mind, that's criminal," Saleh said. "Ideally, all of them are working about 500, 600 snaps and trying to utilize everything they've got every snap that they're on the football field."
Wilson (foot) signed a contract with the Jets on Tuesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN.com reports.
The Patriots kept Mitchell (undisclosed) on the sidelines during spring practices, ESPN's Mike Reiss reports.
Austin (wrist) is slated to be ready for training camp, Myles Simmons of the Rams' official site reports.
Hunter will start at left defensive end this season, Matt Vensel of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
Dupre mixed in with the first-team offense during minicamp, ESPN.com's Rob Demovsky reports.
Tolbert could have a role on passing downs, Joe Buscaglia of WKBW 7 ABC Buffalo reports.
Landry's agent said any talks about a long-term contract extension will have to take place before Week 1, The Miami Herald's Barry Jackson reports.
Bears coach John Fox suggested Miller (foot) is tentatively expected to be ready for the start of training camp, Brad Biggs of The Chicago Tribune reports. "As far as Danny, Zach Miller ... they're going to cut it close for training camp, but right now they're right on target and that's kind of what we expected all offseason," said Fox.
Kittle, a fifth-round selection in the 2017 draft, got extensive work with the first-string offense during minicamp, Grant Cohn of The Press Democrat reports.
Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan said Hooper has grown "exponentially" this offseason, Kelsey Conway of the Falcons' official website reports.
Conner (hamstring) didn't practice much during the offseason program, PennLive.com's Jacob Klinger reports.
Boldin said on Arizona Sports 98.7 FM on Monday that he would "prefer to sign [with a team] right before training camp."
Yates is expected to hit training camp as the No. 2 quarterback behind Tyrod Taylor and ahead of Nathan Peterman and Cardale Jones, The Buffalo News reports.
Marquez (knee) is expected to be fully healthy for training camp, ESPN's Alden Gonzalez reports.
Currently slotted behind slot receiver Jeremy Kerley on the depth chart, Taylor could have an impact during his rookie season as a return man, Matt Barrows of The Sacramento Bee reports.
Johnson (undisclosed) was waived from the Seahawks' injured reserve Monday, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports.
Grant could play a larger role in Washington's offense this season, Stephen Czarda of the Redskins' official site reports.
Rudock appears to have clearly established himself as the No. 2 quarterback heading into training camp, Tim Twentyman of the Lions' official site reports.
Johnson could take on a larger role in the offense this season, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports. "He's hungry," running back coach Kirby Wilson noted. "He's very knowledgable. He's a great worker. He's committed to being the best that he can be. He's one of our better leaders and one of our better playmakers. So we expect big things from him starting in training camp."
Crowell could receive a long-term deal from the Browns if he's able to produce this season, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.
Ajayi is focused on improving his pass-catching skills in order to avoid leaving the field on some third-down situations this season, ESPN's James Walker reports.
Shepard consistently got open and caught the ball from his slot position during offseason practices, Joe Person of the Charlotte Observer reports.
Benjamin appeared to be back at a reasonable playing weight by the end of the Panthers' minicamp, Joe Person of the Charlotte Observer reports.
Woodhead marveled with the amount of passes he caught during minicamp, Jeff Zrebiec of The Baltimore Sun reports.
Thomas' apparent lack of chemistry with quarterback Ryan Tannehill was a disappointing takeaway from offseason practice sessions, Omar Kelly of the Sun-Sentinel reports.
Rivera could open the season as the Jaguars' No. 1 tight end, the Florida Times-Union reports.
Bridgewater (knee) stands a chance of being cleared to return at some point during the upcoming season, Matt Vensel of the Star Tribune reports.
Treadwell occupied the Vikings' No. 3 wideout position during each of the six offseason practices open to the media, Matt Vensel of the Star Tribune reports.
Collins has lost weight heading into training camp this season, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports. "He is in phenomenal shape. He showed it," head coach Pete Carroll noted. "He's just clicking out here for us in every drill that we've done throughout every single day that we've been out here. So he's shown really well for himself in competing and all that. He's leaner, he's faster, he's quicker. He's all of that and he knows what's he doing now, so he's really positioned himself well to compete for a spot."
Jones impressed during the team's OTAs, the Kansas City Star reports. "Eighty-one has done a nice job," said coach Andy Reid. "I know him by 'Stretch' ... he's done a nice job. He had a chance to work in there on the rotation and do some things. Big kid who can run, has pretty good hands. But again, he hasn't played much. Gotta see how he does in camp."
Robinson etched his name in coach Andy Reid's mind during the team's OTAs and could challenge for playing time in 2017, Adam Teicher of ESPN reports. "He's the young [receiver] that's come up here a little bit and had a pretty good offseason," Reid said. "We'll see how he does once we get going in the preseason. He can go after it. He can run, and he can do the short stuff, too. His strength coming in was that he was good after the catch wherever you get it to him. I'm not saying he's that guy right now, but he's had a good offseason."
Davis will compete with Trevone Boykin for the No. 2 spot on the depth chart, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports. Head coach Pete Carroll said of the competition, "It's been a good mix so far. So we brought him (Davis) in we'll make these evaluations as we get back but I think Austin showed very well for himself."
Goff said he has a full understanding of new coach Sean McVay's offense, which has already had 95 percent of its plays installed, Alden Gonzalez of ESPN.com reports.
Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger said Bryant doesn't appear to have lost any of his ability since missing all of last season due to a suspension, Brian Batko of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports. "He looks like a stud, as usual, so we're excited for him to be on the field this year and help us out," Roethlisberger said when asked about Bryant's form during offseason practices.
Hyde (knee) believes the 49ers' competition at running back will ultimately benefit him this season, Keiana Martin of the 49ers' official site reports.
Holmes, who was already coming off a strong set of OTAs, continued to impress the coaching staff at last week's minicamp, The Buffalo News reports. "I'll tell you the guy that's really stood out has been Andre," coach Sean McDermott said. "He's done a phenomenal job, not only on offense, but also special teams. Very solid performer day to day, consistent and just really - that's been a nice pickup for us so far and I really appreciate his leadership."
Scandrick is returning to form this offseason and is prepared to compete for a starting role, Jon Machota of Sports Day reports. "My time is now, and I ain't looking over my shoulder, wondering what's going to happen," Scandrick said. "I'm just going out every day and trying to get better, trying to get back to where I was. I felt like I was an ascending player when I tore my ACL and I'm going to get back to that."
Decker signed a one-year contract with the Titans on Sunday, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports.
Coleman is tending to a shoulder injury in addition to his sore hamstring, Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com reports.
Louis is the team's preferred candidate to fill the wide-open third receiver role, Dan Labbe of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.
Foreman signed a four-year contract with the Texans on Saturday, John McClain of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Barrett (hip) could return for training camp, Nicki Jhabvala of The Denver Post reports. "I'm doing good," Barrett said Saturday. "I have a couple more weeks left on crutches and once that's over, I should be able to start doing some more stuff to get myself ready (to return), probably about halfway through camp."
Garrett (foot) was revealed to be dealing with a sprained left foot on Saturday, Nate Ulrich of The Akron Beacon Journal reports.
Zenner could still have a role on offense despite the return of a healthy Ameer Abdullah, Mike O'Hara of the Lions' official site reports. "I see consistent progress and improvement with [Zenner]," head coach Jim Caldwell said. "I don't think anybody has any question, if you watched him progress last year, that Zach can run the ball. But he's also a guy that's very talented in terms of being able to help us on special teams. He can run the ball. He can pass protect. He can catch the ball out of the backfield."
Goodley (undisclosed) reached an injury settlement with the Packers on Friday.
Howard underwent offseason eye surgery, Terrin Waack of The Chicago Tribune reports.
White (leg) is running at full speed, Rich Campbell of The Chicago Tribune reports.
Manuel has been getting second-team reps over Connor Cook, ESPN's Paul Gutierrez reports.
McManus has signed his one-year, $2.8 million contract tender with the Broncos, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports.
Biegel (foot) might not be ready for the start of training camp, ESPN's Rob Demovsky reports.
Trevathan (knee) will be 'cutting it close' in regard to being ready for the start of training camp, Adam L. Jahns of The Chicago Sun-Times reports.
Kelce (shoulder) missed all of OTAs, but coach Andy Reid expects him to return for training camp, saying, "There's a pretty good chance he'll be ready," Terez A. Paylor of the Kansas City Star reports.
Murray (ankle) should be healed for the start of training camp, Matthew Coller of 1500 ESPN Twin Cities reports.
Gore is expected to remain the Colts' lead tailback this season, CBS 4 Indy's Mike Chappell reports.
Gronkowski was unrestricted at OTAs and said he feels 100 percent healthy again, ESPN's Mike Reiss reports.
According to Buccaneers general manager Jason Licht, Martin's (suspension) play during offseason workouts has reminded him of his form during the 2015 season, NFL.com's Kevin Patra reports.
Hackenberg performed better than anticipated during minicamp, ESPN's Rich Cimini reports.
McCown is still the favorite to start at quarterback this season, but his underwhelming showing during minicamp didn't help widen the gap on Christian Hackenberg, ESPN's Rich Cimini reports.
Maclin will work primarily out of the slot this season, ESPN's Jamison Hensley reports.
Bridgewater (knee) has impressed his Vikings teammates and coaches with the zip on his passes and his work during individual drills, ESPN's Ben Goessling reports.
Garrett is currently sporting a walking boot on his injured left foot, Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com reports.
Floyd allegedly tested positive for alcohol this week, violating terms of his house arrest, TMZ Sports reports.
Williams (back) could be ready for the start of training camp, ESPN's Eric D. Williams reports.
Rogers still projects as the Steelers' top slot receiver, Ed Bouchette of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.
Fourth-round rookie Donnel Pumphrey got more reps than Smallwood (knee) during the offseason program, Jimmy Kempski of PhillyVoice.com reports.
White, the team's first-round pick in May has made a strong impression on the new coaching staff, The Buffalo News reports. "He's made plays on the football, he's shown up in that regard in a positive light, and when I look out there I'm looking at a player that, he plays like a second- or third-year player at this point," coach Sean McDermott said Thursday.
Pope signed a contract with Indianapolis on Thursday, Kevin Bowen of the Colts' official site reports.
Michael was placed on injured reserve Thursday with an undisclosed injury, Kevin Bowen of the Colts' official site reports.
Jean-Baptiste (shoulder) was waived by the Chiefs on Thursday, Adam Caplan of ESPN reports.
Jefferson (knee) may not be able to return in time for the start of training camp, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports.
Nixon was claimed by the Jaguars on Thursday, Mike Kils of 9News Denver reports.
Shead (knee) is progressing well in rehab but remains unlikely to return for the start of the regular season, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio KJR reports.
McDaniel signed a contract with the Saints on Thursday, Marc Sessler of Around the NFL reports.
Lotulelei was limited in minicamp as he recovered from offseason shoulder surgery, Joseph Person of The Charlotte Observer reports.
McEvoy has been sidelined throughout minicamp due to a recent toe surgery, Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times reports.
Thompson was released by the Rams on Thursday, Myles Simmons of the team's official site reports.
Gotsis underwent a knee scope on Thursday to remove "floating" material in his knee, NFL Network's James Palmer reports.
Delaire (knee) may not be ready for the start of training camp, Steve Reed of the Associated Press reports.
Sokoli was released by the Colts on Thursday.
George was signed by the Colts on Thursday.
Wright is considered day-to-day after injuring his calf during Wednesday's practice, Chris Brown of BuffaloBills.com reports.
Garrett (foot) was held out of Thursday's practice, but is reportedly "fine", Ian Rapoport of NFL.com reports.
Robinson will battle Emmanuel Lamur for the starting weak-side linebacker role that is vacant with the retirement of Chad Greenway, ESPN reports.
Davis will take a $2.7 million pay cut for the upcoming season, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports.
Floyd, who sat out 2016's regular season finale due to a concussion, dealt with lingering effects well into February, Patrick Finley of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
Williams' (knee) status for the start of training camp is currently uncertain, Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun reports.
Gipson has been limited during minicamp due to an undisclosed injury, John Oehser of Jaguars.com reports.
Church has been dealing with an undisclosed injury throughout minicamp, John Oehser of Jaguars.com reports.
Hall (knee) restructured his contract for the upcoming season and will now make a base salary of $2.3M instead of $4.25M, Mike Jones of the Washington Post reports.
Campbell underwent Lasik eye surgery this offseason, D. Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Cox sat out of Wednesday's practice due to a neck strain, but is back at Thursday's practice, Dave Zangaro of CSN Philadelphia reports.
McKinley (shoulder) may not be ready for the start of training camp, Vaugn McClure of ESPN.com reports.
Decker visited the Titans on Wednesday, Jim Wyatt of TitansOnline.com reports.
Dorsett has been battling a hamstring injury but believes he's "good to go" now, Zak Keefer of The Indy Star reports.
Stewart (thumb/groin) is expected to be ready for training camp.
Hansen (knee) is expected to be ready for training camp.
Lockett (leg) has a "good chance" to be at full speed by the start of training camp, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.
Core was carted off the field Wednesday with an apparent left leg injury, Geoff Hobson of Bengals.com reports.
Hall (knee) is not sure if he will be able to participate when training camp opens up July 27, Rich Tandler of CSNMidAtlantic reports.