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Suspended DE Dion Jordan plans to apply for reinstatement to the NFL on Wednesday.

Jordan's indefinite suspension was handed down last April due to multiple failed drug tests. He's been rarely heard from since, but broke his silence this week in an interview with USA Today. "I’m not about to waste it," said Jordan, referring to his NFL career. "I can’t waste it. And I (expletive) love doing it." Jordan turned 26 in May. He was the No. 3 overall pick in the 2013 draft.
Source: USA Today
May 30 - 1:37 PM

Bills RT Seantrel Henderson, who is battling Crohn's disease, has been a no-show for OTAs and is considered "MIA."

The Buffalo News refers to Henderson as "off the grid." Rex Ryan hasn't spoken to Henderson since the end of last season, and "teammates haven't heard from him" and "aren't sure when or if he'll be back." The Bills have moved forward with Jordan Mills and Cyrus Kouandjio competing at right tackle. Henderson reportedly underwent surgery "a few months ago" to address his battle with Crohn's disease, which caused him to lose 20 pounds. Crohn's disease is an inflammatory bowel condition that can cause severe abdominal pain, diarrhea, fever, and weight loss. David Garrard dealt with it late in his Jaguars career.
May 30 - 1:30 PM

ESPN Dolphins reporter James Walker said new coach Adam Gase wants to help Jarvis Landry make more big plays.

Landry had the fourth-most receptions in the league last year, but he managed just the 13th-most receiving yards and only had eight receptions of more than 20 yards. With DeVante Parker looking ready for a breakout, Gase "definitely" wanting to get Kenny Stills more involved, and rookie Leonte Carroo a candidate for an early role, Landry's target share looks destined to shrink. If it does, he will need to become more efficient with his work to remain in the WR2 conversation.
Source: ESPN
May 30 - 12:35 PM

Colts ILB Nate Irving has lost nearly 30 pounds this offseason.

Coming off a 2014 ACL tear, Irving struggled to stay in shape last season, weighing in at around 260 pounds. "My weight ballooned up and that has affects on your knee and your muscles around it," Irving said. "[My knee] feels way better. I’m not as sluggish. I feel great." Now close to full health, Irving will battle Sio Moore for the starting job opposite D'Qwell Jackson.
Source: colts.com
May 30 - 12:23 PM

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said LB/DE Frank Clark is "off to a great start this offseason."

"Stronger, he looks faster than ever," Carroll said. "We talked today about how much further down the road he is now in understanding what's expected of him and all that." Clark is the favorite to take over the role vacated by Bruce Irvin. That job involves rushing off the edge in sub packages, and that is exactly where Clark lined up during the first week of OTAs. If Clark proves an effective pass rusher, he, Michael Bennett and Cliff Avril will make life difficult for opposing signal callers.
Source: ESPN
May 30 - 12:15 PM

Steelers DL coach John Mitchell said third-year NT Daniel McCullers "has really come along" this offseason.

"I think he really understands what it takes to play in this league better than he ever has before," Mitchell continued. "I’m very pleased with where he’s at." A gargantuan 6-foot-7, 352 coming out of college, McCullers has dropped weight as he attempts to take hold of the starting nose job vacated by Steve McLendon. McCullers will need to beat out third-rounder Javon Hargrave.
May 30 - 12:02 PM

Dolphins C Mike Pouncey said there is "a lot of talent" on Miami's offensive line.

After adding Laremy Tunsil, the Dolphins now have four first-round picks on the line. "I would have never believed that, but I’m looking forward to it," Pouncey said. "We spent a lot of money on this offensive line, so it better be [good]." Pouncey, Tunsil, LT Branden Albert and RT Ja'Wuan James all boast first-round pedigrees. If Tunsil is able to get comfortable at guard and all four stay healthy, the Dolphins should have a stronger offensive line this season.
May 30 - 11:42 AM

Saints coach Sean Payton said second-year CB P.J. Williams is "a lot farther along" than they expected.

"This week he’s received some good reps, he’s had some good snaps," Payton continued. "He’s in real good shape. This offseason has been good for him." A third-round pick last year, Williams lost his rookie season to a torn hamstring. With Keenan Lewis' health a constant question mark, Williams could find himself starting opposite Delvin Breaux this season.
May 30 - 11:01 AM

ESPN's Eric Williams believes the Chargers want to retain contract-year ILB Manti Te'o.

The Chargers appeared to be looking towards the future when they spent a fourth-round pick on Joshua Perry and a fifth-rounder on Jatavis Brown, but Williams believes Plan A is to keep Te'o in the fold. Te'o has struggled to stay healthy since entering the league, but he reportedly lost some weight this offseason in an effort to improve his durability and play speed. With sophomore Denzel Perryman ready to take another step forward, the Chargers should have a solid inside-linebacker duo if Te'o can stay on the field.
Source: ESPN
May 30 - 10:48 AM

Jets SS Calvin Pryor feels like he has not come close to reaching his potential.

"I haven't even hit the ceiling fan yet," Pryor said. "I think with Year 3, I can only get better." Pryor struggled as a rookie as the Jets were forced to play him out of position at free safety, but he was steadier in his natural strong safety role as a sophomore. With another offseason to become completely comfortable in Todd Bowles' defense, the Jets will hope Pryor can take another step forward this year.
May 30 - 10:33 AM

NJ Advance Media's Matt Lombardo reports No. 2 overall pick Carson Wentz "seems to" have a better handle of the playbook than Sam Bradford.

Both players are attempting to master new coach Doug Pederson's offense, and Bradford appears to be behind after pouting for two weeks following the draft. The veteran should catch up, but it looks like Wentz is having no trouble adjusting to an NFL offense. Pederson has said all along he would like to let his rookie develop behind a veteran before thrusting him into the limelight, but it remains extremely likely Wentz makes starts this season.
May 30 - 10:17 AM

Coach Sean Payton said the Saints "certainly" see OL Andrus Peat starting this season.

"Whether it’s at right guard or right tackle, we’ve got some time and some flexibility with regards to that," Payton continued. The No. 13 overall pick last year, Peat failed to earn a starting job out of camp and played 426 mostly ineffective snaps. Peat still is not locked into the starting lineup entering his second year, but the Saints are giving him first-team reps at guard. With Terron Armstead and Zach Strief locked in at tackle, Peat's only real path to a starting job is at guard.
Source: ESPN
May 30 - 9:36 AM

Jerry Hughes said it is "more fun" to play outside linebacker.

As the Bills begin to play more 3-4, Hughes will play all of his base snaps at linebacker. "I’m really just not that traditional down-in, down-out defensive end," Hughes said. "You can have a lot more fun I’ll say when you’re out in coverage, when you’re out coming off the edge, really just playing with that look to kind of just mess with offenses’ heads." Hughes excelled as a full-time linebacker his first year in Buffalo and should be looking at a bounce-back campaign.
May 30 - 9:28 AM

Jets coach Todd Bowles made it sound like third-year TE Jace Amaro's roster spot is in danger.

The 49th overall pick in the 2014 draft, Amaro missed all of 2015 after catching 38 passes for 345 yards (9.1 YPR) as a rookie. Amaro was not drafted by the current Jets regime. "He’s competing for a spot like everybody else," Bowles said. "He missed a year. I haven’t seen him play yet." Whereas Bowles said the Jets "still see (Amaro) as an H-back," beat reporter Rich Cimini says "Amaro doesn't share the same thought," and sees himself as a "traditional tight end, capable of playing every down." This is a make-or-break year for Amaro in New York.
May 29 - 6:15 PM

Bills S Duke Williams will enter training camp on the roster bubble.

A 2013 fourth-round pick out of Nevada, Williams failed to nail down a starting job when given the opportunity last year and was prone to on-field miscues when he did get snaps. The Bills' starters at safety are Aaron Williams and Corey Graham with Duke, Jonathan Meeks, Colt Anderson, and Robert Blanton behind them.
May 29 - 6:01 PM



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