Delanie Walker (hip, ribs) is probable for Week 13.
The Vikings are expected to make a "strong run" at free agent ILB Desmond Bishop.
ESPN's Ed Werder reported on SportsCenter Monday that the Patriots legitimately do not know when Rob Gronkowski will return from back surgery.
The Denver Post considers 75 catches the ideal number for Wes Welker and Eric Decker.
Ryan Broyles (ACL surgery) fully expects to be ready for Week 1.
Arian Foster (calf) says he'll "more than likely" be ready for training camp.
Retired WR Donald Driver suggested at the Packers' charity softball game Sunday that he'd be open to returning if Green Bay called this year.
Second-year WR Brian Quick ended OTAs as the Rams' No. 4 receiver, behind Tavon Austin, Chris Givens, and Austin Pettis.
According to the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, there's a "strong possibility" Heath Miller (ACL, MCL, PCL surgery) won't be ready for Week 1.
The Colorado Springs Gazette predicts Ronnie Hillman will be the Broncos' Week 1 starting tailback, before Montee Ball passes him "by the end of September."
The Colorado Springs-Gazette has it "on good authority" that the Broncos released Willis McGahee because he's not healthy.
Santonio Holmes recently shed light on the details of his 2012 Lisfranc foot fracture, and it was of the most severe variety.