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  • Craig James DET DB
    Craig James: Reaches injury settlement
    2h ago

    The Lions released James (undisclosed) from injured reserve with an injury settlement Wednesday, Aaron Wilson of KPRC 2 Houston reports.

    James was placed on the Lions' IR on Tuesday after sustaining some sort of injury during minicamp, and the team has now reached an injury settlement with the 28-year-old cornerback. The four-year veteran is now free to sign elsewhere once he returns to full health.

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  • Raekwon McMillan NE MLB
    Patriots' Raekwon McMillan: Past Achilles injury
    3h ago

    McMillan (Achilles) was spotted working on during the Patriots' mandatory minicamp session Wednesday, Doug Kyed of The Boston Herald reports.

    McMillan missed all of the Patriots' 2023 campaign after partially tearing his Achilles before the season, but it now seems as if he's back at full health. The Ohio State product appeared in 16 games and made 35 total tackles in 2022, and he's expected to compete for another depth role in New England's linebacker corps going into next season.

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  • Jonas Griffith DEN LB
    Broncos' Jonas Griffith: Back for minicamp
    3h ago

    Griffith (knee) was spotted working out during Tuesday's mandatory minicamp session.

    Griffith missed all of Denver's 2023 campaign due to a knee injury suffered in early August last year, but it now seems as if he's moved past the issue. Across his two seasons in the NFL, the Indiana State product has appeared in 21 games and recorded 92 total tackles, including four tackles for loss, while also intercepting one pass. Now that Griffith is back at full health, he's expected to compete for a depth role in the Broncos' outside linebacker corps.

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  • Riley Moss DEN CB
    Broncos' Riley Moss: Past back issue
    3h ago

    Moss (back) was spotted participating in Denver's mandatory minicamp session Wednesday, Keith Cummings of Sports Illustrated reports.

    The second-year cornerback was held out of practices earlier in the offseason with a back injury, but it now seems as if he's moved past the issue. Moss saw minimal work on the Broncos' defense during his rookie campaign, tallying six total tackles while playing just 23 defensive snaps through 14 games. He's expected to compete for another depth role in Denver's secondary now that he's returned to form.

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  • Cole Holcomb PIT LB
    Steelers' Cole Holcomb: On track for training camp
    3h ago

    Head coach Mike Tomlin told reporters Wednesday that Holcomb (knee) is on track to be ready for training camp, Nick Farabaugh of Steelers Now reports.

    There was speculation earlier this offseason that Holcomb's knee injury was severe enough to force the 27-year-old linebacker to medically retire, but it seems like he'll be able to return to the field after all. Holcomb appeared in eight games before sustaining his season-ending injury in 2023, recording 54 total tackles, including four tackles for loss, while also tallying two passes defended and two forced fumbles. He's expected to retain a substantial role in the Steelers' linebacker corps once he moves past his knee issue.

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  • Buddha Jones TROY DT
    Seahawks' Buddha Jones: Back on IR
    3h ago

    Jones (undisclosed) reverted to Seattle's injured reserve list Wednesday, Aaron Wilson of KPRC 2 Houston reports.

    Jones cleared waivers after being dropped by the Seahawks with an injury designation just two days ago, and thus he's reverted to the team's IR. The nature and severity of Jones' injury are still unknown, but he'll need to reach an injury settlement with Seattle if he wants a chance to suit up this season.

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  • Josh Allen BUF QB
    Bills' Josh Allen: Tweaking throwing motion
    9h ago

    Allen is working on improving his throwing motion this offseason, ESPN's Alaina Getzenberg reports.

    Allen said the changes have felt really good at times and not so good at others. He injured his right shoulder Week 6 last season but still managed to play every game for a fifth straight year, and he confirmed in late January that he wouldn't need surgery. Some of what he's working on this offseason is returning to his pre-injury mechanics after the shoulder discomfort led to a lower, wider motion last year. The other big change will be his receiving corps, with Khalil Shakir the only WR on the roster that's ever caught a pass from Allen. The Bills parted ways with Stefon Diggs and Gabe Davis this offseason and brought in Curtis Samuel, second-round pick Keon Coleman, Marquez Valdes-Scantling, Chase Claypool and Mack Hollins. On the other hand, Allen and offensive coordinator Joe Brady will have continuity at running back (James Cook, Ty Johnson), tight end (Dalton Kincaid, Dawson Knox) and on the offensive line (four of five starters returning).

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  • Joe Burrow CIN QB
    Bengals' Joe Burrow: Won't put a number on progress
    11h ago

    Burrow (wrist) said Tuesday that he'll be ready for the start of the season but doesn't want to put a percentage on his rehab progress, Charlie Clifford of NBC 5 Cincinnati reports.

    Burrow hinted at a more cautious approach than he had with past injuries, noting that he should have "taken more time" after he suffered a calf injury last summer (and then averaged 182 passing yards and 0.5 TDs over the first four weeks of the season). Burrow rebounded in a big way with averages of 296 yards and 2.4 TDs over the next five games, only to suffer a season-ending wrist injury Week 11 at Baltimore. He had surgery Nov. 27 to repair a torn ligament in his right wrist, and by early May he'd been cleared for everything besides contact. Burrow has been lifting weights for more than three months and throwing footballs for more than a month, but it sounds like he won't push too hard this summer, at least not until training camp opens in late July.

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  • Jordan Love GB QB
    Packers' Jordan Love: Extension could come before camp
    1d ago

    Love said Tuesday that he's optimistic he and the Packers will agree to terms on a new contract extension before the start of training camp July 22, Matt Schneidmanof The Athletic reports.

    Love, who has participated in the entirety of Green Bay's offseason program, didn't go into detail about his ongoing contract negotiations, but he did answer "yes" when asked whether he felt a deal would be finalized before camp. The 2020 first-round pick is coming off a breakout 2023 campaign and entering the final year of his current contract, and while his attendance has been crucial for a young offense now working to take the next step, it's possible that Love would refuse to suit up for preseason action if he were still without a long-term deal come August. By the sound of things, though, he and the Packers may not be far apart in negotiations.

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  • Dorian Thompson-Robinson CLE QB
    Browns' Dorian Thompson-Robinson: Remains limited
    1d ago

    Thompson-Robinson (hip) participated in 7-on-7 drills Tuesday, but he is still limited in practice, Daniel Oyefusi of ESPN.com reports.

    Thompson-Robinson is still not fully cleared from a hip subluxation suffered during the Browns' Week 15 win over the Texans. There was hope he'd be cleared in time for mandatory minicamp, which began Monday, but it does appear the UCLA product is at least making progress in his recovery. DTR is expected to compete with Jameis Winston and Tyler Huntley for the top backup role behind Deshaun Watson (shoulder).

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  • Daniel Jones NYG QB
    Giants' Daniel Jones: Plans to be ready for training camp
    1d ago

    Jones (knee) isn't participating in 11-on-11 drills during June minicamp but said Tuesday that he expects to be ready for the first day of training camp, Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com reports.

    Jones said his right knee feels "really good" coming off ACL surgery, and that his cuts now feel cleaner than they did earlier this spring. Back in OTAs, Jones managed to shed his knee brace and take part in some 7-on-7 drills, so by all indications his progress has been encouraging. The Giants remain committed to the 2019 first-round pick as their starting quarterback, with Drew Lock positioned in a clear backup role, but this could well be a make-or-break season for Jones.

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  • Deshaun Watson CLE QB
    Browns' Deshaun Watson: Progresses to 7-on-7s
    1d ago

    Watson (shoulder) is throwing passes in 7-on-7 drills Tuesday, Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports.

    It's the first time Watson has thrown passes in 7-on-7s during the offseason, making this a tangible step forward on the first day of June minicamp. He seems to be on track for 11-on-11s at the start of training camp in late July, although it's not a guarantee given that the Browns seem inclined toward caution with his recovery. Watson had surgery last November to repair a displaced glenoid fracture in his right shoulder -- an uncommon injury without any known precedent among NFL quarterbacks. He seems to be progressing as the Browns had hoped, with Petrak noting that Watson's throwing velocity looked good during Tuesday's practice.

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  • Alvin Kamara NO RB
    Saints' Alvin Kamara: Reports for minicamp
    1d ago

    Kamara (ankle) participated in the initial practice of the Saints' mandatory minicamp Tuesday, Mike Triplett of NewOrleans.Football reports.

    Kamara wasn't present for most of the team's offseason program, but his presence this week indicates he's healthy after missing Week 18 of last season due to an ankle injury. While he managed to surpass 1,000 yards from scrimmage for the seventh consecutive campaign in 2023, his 1,160 yards marked the lowest total of his career, partly due to him missing the first three games of the campaign due to a suspension. He'll again have to contend with Jamaal Williams and even Taysom Hill for short-yardage and goal-line work, but Kamara doesn't have much competition for reps otherwise. He's poised for a busy role in New Orleans' new-look scheme under offensive coordinator Klint Kubiak.

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  • Josh Jacobs GB RB
    Packers' Josh Jacobs: Back to all activity
    1d ago

    Jacobs (hamstring) took part in Tuesday's practice, Ryan Wood of USA Today reports.

    Jacobs missed the first week of Packers OTAs due to a hamstring injury, but he was back on a limited basis by the second week before logging time with the first-team offense during the first session of mandatory minicamp this week. On Tuesday, he displayed his agility during early drills while also working on his pass protection, per Wood. Jacobs arrived in Green Bay this offseason on a four-year, $48 million contract, effectively replacing Aaron Jones as the team's top running back. The Packers then re-signed AJ Dillon and added MarShawn Lloyd in the third round of this year's draft to provide depth behind Jacobs, who averaged 20.6 touches per game in his five seasons with the Raiders.

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  • Breece Hall NYJ RB
    Jets' Breece Hall: Not practicing at minicamp
    1d ago

    Hall (lower body) won't practice Tuesday, Zack Rosenblatt of The Athletic reports.

    Hall missed some OTA practices in May and now will sit out the first day of June minicamp. There's been no indication of a serious injury, but it'll be something to keep an eye on ahead of training camp in late July. With Hall absent Tuesday, rookies Braelon Allen and Isaiah Davis should have opportunities to work with the first-team offense as they continue their competition for the No. 2 running back role.

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  • Rhamondre Stevenson NE RB
    Patriots' Rhamondre Stevenson: Closing in on contract extension
    2d ago

    Stevenson said Monday on the first day of mandatory minicamp that he and the Patriots are "pretty close" to terms on a new contract extension, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports.

    Stevenson said he's "trying to get the deal done and get it locked in" and that ongoing offseason negotiations are "not frustrating, but it's just a long process." As Stevenson enters the fourth and final year of his rookie contract, New England is looking ahead to a new era under coach Jerod Mayo, with quarterbacks Jacoby Brissett and Drake Maye atop the depth chart. Keeping Stevenson under contract long-term would provide the team some stability on offense, especially with Ja'Lynn Polk, K.J. Osborn and Javon Baker also representing new additions to the wide receiver room. Mayo called Stevenson "one of the better backs in the league" this spring and said "he is our starting running back," though the team did also bring in Antonio Gibson on a three-year, $11.25 million contract this offseason to act as a complementary backfield option.

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  • Evan Hull IND RB
    Colts' Evan Hull: Knee injury included torn MCL
    3d ago

    Hull recently revealed his offseason knee surgery was more extensive than first thought, as he suffered a torn left MCL, also described as a "root tear" of his meniscus, The Athletic reports. He was cleared to return to full football activities a few weeks before OTAs and has participated fully in spring practices.

    Moss missed all but one game last season due to a knee injury, but the details of his surgery were not fully known. There's a wide-open competition for the backup role to Jonathan Taylor due to Zack Moss departing in free agency. Trey Sermon is likely the leading candidate, but Hull and Tyler Goodson are in the mix. Either Hull or Goodson could get more work as the third-down or receiving option due to pass-catching ability, but the situation remains fluid, and it's possible the Colts bring another veteran into the mix during training camp.

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  • Elijah Mitchell SF RB
    49ers' Elijah Mitchell: Still the No. 2 back
    5d ago

    Mitchell remains the clear No. 2 running back for San Francisco, David Lombardi of The Athletic reports.

    Lombardi notes that the Niners have a history of trading backup running backs (Matt Breida, Jeff Wilson) when they're happy with their depth at the position. That could be an option this summer, though it's not necessarily likely, with Mitchell in the final year of his contract and a pair of rookies (fourth-round pick Isaac Guerendo, UDFA Cody Schrader) getting work at minicamp. The 49ers also have returning veteran Jordan Mason, but he's mostly played special teams and has never managed to move above Mitchell on the depth chart when Mitchell's been healthy. The long-term plan probably entails Guerendo taking over as the No. 2 RB behind Christian McCaffrey, but Mitchell looks on track to handle the role again this season.

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  • Wan'Dale Robinson NYG WR
    Giants' Wan'Dale Robinson: Feels faster than ever
    5h ago

    Robinson said Wednesday he's measured new career-high GPS speeds in practice and feels a "night and day" difference physically compared to last offseason, when he was rehabbing from a serious knee injury, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports.

    Robinson had his rookie year cut short due to an ACL tear, and while the 2022 second-round pick played 15 regular-season games in 2023 en route to a 60-525-1 receiving line, it's reasonable to believe that his knee was still less than 100 percent. A truly healthy offseason should pave the road to Robinson taking a step forward Year 3, especially with the addition of rookie first-rounder Malik Nabers to attract the focus of opposing defenses, though there will be questions about this passing game's overall effectiveness, especially with starter Daniel Jones (knee) now rehabbing from an ACL tear of his own. Darius Slayton (undisclosed) also figures to start in three-wide sets, with Jalin Hyatt, Allen Robinson Isaiah Hodgins and Isaiah McKenzie competing for depth reps.

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  • Kayshon Boutte NE WR
    Patriots' Kayshon Boutte: Finishes up minicamp strong
    5h ago

    Boutte turned in a strong effort during Wednesday's mandatory minicamp session, Evan Lazar of the Patriots' official site reports.

    On the last day of minicamp practice prior to the Patriots' summer break, Boutte logged a team-high five catches during team drills, which Lazar notes included a sequence in which the 2023 sixth-rounder reeled in three consecutive scores. As the coming season approaches, Boutte will have to compete with the likes of JuJu Smith-Schuster, K.J. Osborn, Tyquan Thornton and Jalen Reagor for slotting in a wideout corps that also includes Kendrick Bourne, who's bouncing back from a knee injury, as well as likely roster locks in the youthful trio of DeMario Douglas, Ja'Lynn Polk and Javon Baker. Additionally, it's possible that Boutte could face NFL discipline stemming from his January arrest and subsequent charges of computer fraud and gaming prohibited for persons under 21.

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  • Ja'Marr Chase CIN WR
    Bengals' Ja'Marr Chase: Only doing walkthroughs
    9h ago

    Chase has been a limited participant in minicamp, Kelsey Conway of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.

    It sounds like he's opted for a "hold-in" rather than a holdout, showing up for mandatory minicamp but only participating in walkthroughs and meetings. Chase doesn't want to risk an injury while his agent is negotiating a contract extension, so it'll be interesting to see what approach he takes if nothing is signed before the start of training camp in late July. Tee Higgins, meanwhile, is missing minicamp without accruing fines, as he still hasn't signed his franchise tag and technically isn't under contract.

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  • Darius Slayton NYG WR
    Giants' Darius Slayton: Leaves practice with injury
    1d ago

    Slayton (undisclosed) departed Tuesday's practice at mandatory minicamp early due to an apparent injury, Ralph Vacchiano of Fox Sports reports.

    Slayton appeared to sustain an injury after colliding with a teammate, but he was able to walk off the field under his own power. The 27-year-old remains in position to handle a starting role for the Giants, though rookie phenom Malik Nabers is likely the clear No. 1, so the Giants' offense can ill afford to have Slayton miss any time. With tight end Darren Waller having now officially retired, New York is lacking for depth behind Nabers, Slayton and third-year pro Wan'Dale Robinson. If Slayton is sidelined, more reps will open up for Jalin Hyatt, Allen Robinson and Isaiah McKenzie.

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  • Courtland Sutton DEN WR
    Broncos' Courtland Sutton: Had offseason surgery, feels good
    1d ago

    Sutton said Tuesday he underwent ankle surgery earlier this offseason and was away from the team during OTAs as a result of his rehab, Zac Stevens of TheDNVR.com reports.

    Sutton added that he feels healthy for the beginning of June minicamp, Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site reports. It was presumed that Sutton's absence during OTAs related mostly to ongoing talks on a contract extension, which he said Tuesday are still at a "stalemate." The wideout still has two years remaining on his deal with Denver, but with only $2 million in guarantees.

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  • Khalil Shakir BUF WR
    Bills' Khalil Shakir: Exits practice early
    1d ago

    Shakir exited Tuesday's minicamp practice early due to an apparent lower-body issue, Alaina Getzenberg of ESPN.com reports.

    Per Sal Capaccio of WGR Sports Radio 550 Buffalo, Shakir chatted with trainers after suffering the injury and then limped off the field. He didn't return to the session and can be considered day-to-day. The 2022 fifth-rounder is the top returnee in a Buffalo WR corps that no longer includes Stefon Diggs or Gabe Davis, leaving Shakir to compete for snaps and targets with a group of newcomers that includes Curtis Samuel, rookie Keon Coleman, Marquez Valdes-Scantling, Chase Claypool and Mack Hollins.

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  • Armani Rogers WAS TE
    Commanders' Armani Rogers: Past Achilles injury
    4h ago

    Rogers (Achilles) was spotted participating during Commanders' OTAs, Bryan Manning of USA Today reports.

    Rogers missed all of Washington's 2023 campaign due to a torn Achilles tendon, but it now seems as if he's moved past the issue. The 26-year-old appeared in 11 games in 2022, catching five of his six targets for 64 yards while playing 375 total snaps (158 on offense). Now that Rogers is back at full health, he's expected to compete for a depth role in the Commanders' tight end room.

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  • Daniel Bellinger NYG TE
    Giants' Daniel Bellinger: Dealing with minor injury
    10h ago

    Bellinger has been limited during spring practices due to an undisclosed injury, Dan Duggan of The Athletic reports.

    It's the second time the tight end has been in the news this week after Darren Waller's retirement put Bellinger in good position for a starting job. The Giants also have rookie fourth-round pick Theo Johnson as a potential receiving threat at the position, but Bellinger figures to handle most of the first-team reps at the start of training camp. Coach Brian Daboll downplayed the injury Wednesday, so he seemingly expects Bellinger to be ready for camp.

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  • Greg Dulcich DEN TE
    Broncos' Greg Dulcich: Nearing return to field
    1d ago

    Coach Sean Payton said Tuesday that Dulcich (hamstring/foot) is doing "really well" physically at this stage of the offseason, Zac Stevens of TheDNVR.com reports.

    Payton adds that Dulcich could return to the field this week during minicamp. Once the 2022 third-rounder is back in action, he'll look to carve out a key pass-catching role in a tight end corps that also includes Adam Trautman and Lucas Krull. Dulcich has played just 12 games through two NFL seasons and has repeatedly struggled with hamstring injuries.

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  • Brevin Jordan HOU TE
    Texans' Brevin Jordan: Looking sharp this spring
    2d ago

    Coach DeMeco Ryans said Jordan has improved and regularly makes highlight plays, Aaron Wilson of KPRC 2 Houston reports.

    Jordan nonetheless finds himself in a tough position for the final year of his rookie contract, as the Texans re-signed starting tight end Dalton Schultz in March and drafted Cade Stover in the fourth round. They also have two fullbacks on the offseason roster and one of the best WR groups in the league, making it tough for Jordan to get on the field regularly as a second tight end. The 2021 fifth-round pick did well with his limited chances last year, catching 17 of 21 targets for 219 yards and two touchdowns, but there's not really a path to role growth without Schultz suffering an injury.

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  • Theo Johnson NYG TE
    Giants' Theo Johnson: May start as a rookie
    2d ago

    Johnson and Daniel Bellinger will compete to be the Giants' top tight end after Darren Waller decided to retire, Darryl Slater of The Newark Star-Ledger reports.

    Johnson ran a 4.57 40 at the combine while checking in at 6-foot-6, 259 pounds, vaulting him to the early fourth round of the 2024 Draft (107th overall) even though he never topped 341 receiving yards in any of his four seasons at Penn State. He did score 11 TDs over his final two years, and there's a nice opportunity for immediate playing time in New York following Waller's retirement. Bellinger is a 2022 fourth-round pick who entered the NFL with a similar profile, having run a 4.63 40 at 6-foot-5, 253 pounds, after never topping 357 yards or three TDs in a season during his four years at San Diego State. Bellinger has played 1,262 snaps on offense through two years in the NFL while catching 55 of 63 career targets (87.3 percent), but his low rate of targets per route (12.3 percent) and lack of big performances (single-game high of 43 yards) suggests he may fit better as a No. 2 tight end long term. Johnson thus seems like the more intriguing prospect for fantasy, although he comes with some of the same concerns and is only five months younger than Bellinger.

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  • Daniel Bellinger NYG TE
    Giants' Daniel Bellinger: Competing with rookie to start
    2d ago

    Bellinger and rookie Theo Johnson will compete to be the Giants' top tight end after Darren Waller decided to retire, Darryl Slater of The Newark Star-Ledger reports.

    Bellinger and Johnson both are fourth-round picks with impressive physical specs and less impressive college production. Bellinger has a huge advantage in terms of NFL experience, having played 1,262 snaps on offense through two seasons, including 12 instances taking more than 80 percent of snaps in a game (mostly games that Waller missed). The problem is that Bellinger hasn't been much of a receiving threat even with 4.63 speed, catching 55 passes for 523 yards and two touchdowns while drawing just 63 targets on 512 routes (12.3 percent target rate). The sky-high catch rate (87.3 percent) shows that Bellinger has held his own as a dump-off target, but he hasn't done much else, with 43 being his single-game high for yardage and just 36.4 percent of his career receptions going for first downs. Both Bellinger and Johnson are taller, heavier and faster than the average NFL tight end, but it isn't clear either has the pass-catching skill to make a dent in fantasy.

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  • Eddy Pineiro CAR K
    Panthers' Eddy Pineiro: Attending minicamp
    1d ago

    Pineiro (hamstring) is participating in practice Tuesday at June minicamp, David Newton of ESPN.com reports.

    Pineiro, who missed the final two games of Carolina's 2023 season due to a hamstring injury and has remained away from offseason activities while seeking a new contract, is now present at team facilities and appears healthy. Undrafted rookie Harrison Mevis is also present as an option to take reps in mandatory minicamp. Pineiro is currently heading into the final season of his two-year, $4.1 million contract, and he converted 25 of 29 field-goal attempts across 15 games last year.

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  • Lucas Havrisik CLE K
    Browns' Lucas Havrisik: Gets let go
    8d ago

    Havrisik was waived by the Browns on Tuesday, Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.

    Havrisik had just joined Cleveland on May 20, but with fellow kickers Dustin Hopkins and Cade York under contract as well, the Arizona product was seemingly expendable. He'll now have to seek out a new opportunity

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  • Ramiz Ahmed WAS K
    Commanders' Ramiz Ahmed: Gets scooped up
    8d ago

    Ahmed signed a contract with the Commanders on Tuesday, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports.

    Ahmed made one NFL appearance with the Packers in 2022 and was last with Birmingham of the UFL, where he made 10 of his 13 attempted field goals. He is currently the one kicker on the Commanders roster after the team released Brandon McManus on Sunday.

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  • Brandon McManus WAS K
    Brandon McManus: Let go by Washington
    10d ago

    McManus was released by the Commanders on Sunday.

    McManus signed a one-year deal to join Washington in March, with his release occurring a week after reports that McManus was the subject of a civil lawsuit, per NFL.com. The Commanders don't currently have another kicker on their roster, which may change as soon as Monday.

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  • Dustin Hopkins CLE K
    Browns' Dustin Hopkins: Past hamstring injury
    19d ago

    Coach Kevin Stefanski relayed earlier this week that Hopkins has recovered from the hamstring injury he sustained last December, Scott Petrak of BrownsZone.com reports.

    The injury sidelined Hopkins for the Browns' last two regular-season games, as well as the team's playoff loss to the Texans. Per Petrak, Hopkins wasn't initially present for this week's voluntary OTAs, but once the kicker returns to the mix, he'll be set to lead a kicking corps that also includes Cade York and Lucas Havrisik.

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  • Graham Gano NYG K
    Giants' Graham Gano: Kicking during OTAs
    22d ago

    Gano (knee) participated in OTAs on Tuesday, per the Giants' official site.

    Gano played in the first eight games of 2023 before landing on the IR in November due to a left knee injury that required season-ending surgery. He was back on the field doing kicking drills during OTAs on Tuesday. Gano finished the 2023 season having gone 11-for-17 on field-goal attempts while making all eight of his extra-point tries.

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  • Craig James DET DB
    Craig James: Reaches injury settlement
    2h ago

    The Lions released James (undisclosed) from injured reserve with an injury settlement Wednesday, Aaron Wilson of KPRC 2 Houston reports.

    James was placed on the Lions' IR on Tuesday after sustaining some sort of injury during minicamp, and the team has now reached an injury settlement with the 28-year-old cornerback. The four-year veteran is now free to sign elsewhere once he returns to full health.

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  • Raekwon McMillan NE MLB
    Patriots' Raekwon McMillan: Past Achilles injury
    3h ago

    McMillan (Achilles) was spotted working on during the Patriots' mandatory minicamp session Wednesday, Doug Kyed of The Boston Herald reports.

    McMillan missed all of the Patriots' 2023 campaign after partially tearing his Achilles before the season, but it now seems as if he's back at full health. The Ohio State product appeared in 16 games and made 35 total tackles in 2022, and he's expected to compete for another depth role in New England's linebacker corps going into next season.

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  • Jonas Griffith DEN LB
    Broncos' Jonas Griffith: Back for minicamp
    3h ago

    Griffith (knee) was spotted working out during Tuesday's mandatory minicamp session.

    Griffith missed all of Denver's 2023 campaign due to a knee injury suffered in early August last year, but it now seems as if he's moved past the issue. Across his two seasons in the NFL, the Indiana State product has appeared in 21 games and recorded 92 total tackles, including four tackles for loss, while also intercepting one pass. Now that Griffith is back at full health, he's expected to compete for a depth role in the Broncos' outside linebacker corps.

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  • Riley Moss DEN CB
    Broncos' Riley Moss: Past back issue
    3h ago

    Moss (back) was spotted participating in Denver's mandatory minicamp session Wednesday, Keith Cummings of Sports Illustrated reports.

    The second-year cornerback was held out of practices earlier in the offseason with a back injury, but it now seems as if he's moved past the issue. Moss saw minimal work on the Broncos' defense during his rookie campaign, tallying six total tackles while playing just 23 defensive snaps through 14 games. He's expected to compete for another depth role in Denver's secondary now that he's returned to form.

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  • Cole Holcomb PIT LB
    Steelers' Cole Holcomb: On track for training camp
    3h ago

    Head coach Mike Tomlin told reporters Wednesday that Holcomb (knee) is on track to be ready for training camp, Nick Farabaugh of Steelers Now reports.

    There was speculation earlier this offseason that Holcomb's knee injury was severe enough to force the 27-year-old linebacker to medically retire, but it seems like he'll be able to return to the field after all. Holcomb appeared in eight games before sustaining his season-ending injury in 2023, recording 54 total tackles, including four tackles for loss, while also tallying two passes defended and two forced fumbles. He's expected to retain a substantial role in the Steelers' linebacker corps once he moves past his knee issue.

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  • Buddha Jones TROY DT
    Seahawks' Buddha Jones: Back on IR
    3h ago

    Jones (undisclosed) reverted to Seattle's injured reserve list Wednesday, Aaron Wilson of KPRC 2 Houston reports.

    Jones cleared waivers after being dropped by the Seahawks with an injury designation just two days ago, and thus he's reverted to the team's IR. The nature and severity of Jones' injury are still unknown, but he'll need to reach an injury settlement with Seattle if he wants a chance to suit up this season.

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