Ravens waived ILB Josh Bynes.
Bynes appeared in 15 games last season, making six starts. He graded out as a top-15 inside linebacker at Pro Football Focus, and excelled against the run. The Ravens since drafted ILB C.J. Mosley and will continue to develop second-year ILB Arthur Brown. Bynes should find a role as an early-down thumper.
Yahoo! Sports' Rand Getlin reports the Saints have signed OLB Junior Galette to a multi-year contract extension.
Galette inked a three-year, $6.3 million contract ahead of last season before breaking out for 12 sacks under DC Rob Ryan. The 26-year-old former UDFA out of tiny Stillman has 21.5 sacks across the past three seasons and has formed a menacing pass-rush duo along with LE Cameron Jordan. Galette doesn't produce many tackles. He isn't a strong IDP player outside of sack-heavy formats.
Letroy Guion will be the Packers' starting nose tackle this season.
B.J. Raji (torn biceps) is out for the year. Guion missed most of camp with a hamstring injury, but has been practicing for the past week. Guion has good size but plays below-average run defense. It's a favorable matchup for Marshawn Lynch in Week 1. Guion will be flanked by Datone Jones and Mike Daniels.
Second-year CB Blidi Wreh-Wilson appears to have won the Titans' right corner job over Coty Sensabaugh.
A revised depth chart released by Tennessee shows Wreh-Wilson ahead of Sensabaugh, with Jason McCourty stationed at left corner. Sensabaugh will be the Titans' nickel back and slot cornerback. Wreh-Wilson is the better target in IDP leagues, although he probably has a DB3 ceiling. Safeties are preferable.
Free agent G/C Ryan Jensen currently suffers from severe sleep apnea.
Jensen, a sixth-round pick of the Ravens in 2013, was part of Baltimore's final cuts over the weekend. The Baltimore Sun observed Jensen being visibly "groggy" and "more irritable" this summer. Sleep apnea is common, but Hall of Famer Reggie White died in his sleep due to complications from his severe sleep apnea. The Ravens were fairly high on Jensen prior to this summer.
The Titans have elevated rookie Bishop Sankey to No. 2 on their tailback depth chart.
He's still behind Shonn Greene, but passed Dexter McCluster. Per beat writer Paul Kuharsky, "all three will be part of the rotation and game plans and matchups will do a lot to dictate their usage." Greene will open the season as the slight favorite for carries over Sankey, and should get almost all short-yardage and goal-line work. McCluster will play the Danny Woodhead role under ex-Chargers OC Ken Whisenhunt. Although his ascent has been slow, we still expect Sankey to emerge from this pack as the Titans' leader in 2014 touches.
A.Q. Shipley took all of the Colts' first-team reps at center during Monday's practice.
Shipley was claimed off waivers on Sunday, but is at least somewhat familiar with the team after spending 2012 in Indy. No. 1 center Khaled Holmes is still battling a high-ankle sprain. He's not expected to play Week 1. The Colts have been hit hard by injuries up front. Their Week 1 line projects as LT Anthony Castonzo, LG Jack Mewhort, C Shipley, RG Hugh Thornton, RT Gosder Cherilus.
Chiefs signed S Kurt Coleman.
Coleman was part of the Vikings' final cuts after inking a one-year deal with Minnesota in March. He was drafted by coach Andy Reid in Philadelphia and will be Kansas City's No. 4 safety. Coleman will mainly cover kicks for the Chiefs.