Richard Sherman (elbow) is listed as probable for Super Bowl XLIX.
Sherman is reportedly with dealing torn ligaments in his elbow, but didn't miss any practice time. His Super Bowl status was never in doubt. Earl Thomas (shoulder) is also listed as probable.
Patriots C Bryan Stork (knee) is listed as questionable for Super Bowl XLIX.
Stork has been limited in practice the last two weeks, but most signs point to him being ready for the Super Bowl. The Patriots need Stork healthy as they look to establish their power-run game against Seattle.
Jimmy Graham confirmed he'll avoid shoulder surgery.
Graham will attempt to rehab his shoulder injury after testing it at the Pro Bowl. He would have been sidelined six months had he needed surgery. Barring setbacks, Graham should be ready for OTAs
Titans fired VP of Player Personnel Lake Dawson.
Dawson has spent the last three years working under GM Ruston Webster, overseeing both the pro and college scouting departments. He's considered a respected talent evaluator around the league, but has been part of a Titans front office that's gotten very little from free agency and the draft. Dawson was a GM finalist for multiple teams last year, and interviewed with the Bears this offseason.
Free agent S Da'Norris Searcy plans to test the open market.
A sub-package safety his first three seasons, Searcy started 13 games opposite Aaron Williams in 2014. He showed improved cover skills with three interceptions, and should be able to land a multi-year deal. The Bills have Duke Williams as an in-house replacement for Searcy.
Vikings WLB Chad Greenway is open to restructuring his contract.
Greenway was one of the worst starting linebackers in the league this past year. He's due $8.8 million in salary and bonuses next season and will need to take a massive pay cut to return. The Vikings can save $7.1 million by releasing Greenway, but would leave $1.7 million in dead money.
Matt Cassel has a $500,000 roster bonus due on March 17.
Cassel is slated to make $4.15 million in 2015. His contract is reasonable for a top backup, but the Vikings could avoid paying any further guaranteed money by cutting him. Cassel is four months removed from Lisfranc surgery and questionable to be ready for OTAs.
Vikings FB Jerome Felton is expected to void his contract, making him a free agent.
Felton has a $2.45 million player option for 2015. As the Vikings turned to a shotgun-heavy offense to suit Teddy Bridgewater, Felton's snaps were scaled back dramatically despite still-effective lead blocking when he's gotten the chance to play. He'd be a better fit on more of an I-formation team.