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Dwayne Bowe "tweaked" his knee in Tuesday's OTA.

Bowe went up for a pass and landed awkwardly. He was escorted off the field for further tests, but coach Mike Pettine is confident it "isn't anything serious." Bowe will likely sit out the rest of the week, though he should be fine for minicamp. The Browns' No. 1 receiver, Bowe is a value grab at his current 14.02 ADP.
Jun 2 - 8:06 PM

Texans coach Bill O'Brien believes second-year QB Tom Savage has "made a lot of progress."

"It's not always pretty, just like with every player," O'Brien said. "(But) I will tell you that as a coaching staff, we're encouraged with how we've seen Tom progress." Savage was an inept disaster when briefly forced into action last season, but was always expected to be a project. There's no guarantee the Texans will decide to keep three QBs — and by extension, Savage — but O'Brien's handpicked first quarterback should get one more year to prove himself on the practice field.
Jun 2 - 6:53 PM

Eagles ILB Mychal Kendricks admits he's uncertain about his future in Philadelphia.

"I don’t know," was Kendricks' response when asked if he'd remain on the roster come Week 1. "But I think so," was his addendum. The fact that coach/GM Chip Kelly acquired Kiko Alonso in the LeSean McCoy deal and signed DeMeco Ryans to an extension certainly signaled that Kendricks isn't long for Philly. CBS Sports reported last month that Kelly had been trying to flip Kendricks for a second-rounder. Kelly may wait for camp and needs to arise on other teams before revisiting a trade.
Source: CSN Philly
Jun 2 - 6:37 PM says there is "no news" regarding indefinitely suspended ILB Daryl Washington.

Washington's suspension is at the 367-day mark. It's unclear if he's applied for reinstatement, but it's believed he has. FOX Sports Phoenix recently reported that Washington himself was unsure of his standing with the league. The consensus is that Washington will still be banned 2-6 more games as punishment for his substance abuse and domestic violence issues.
Jun 2 - 6:05 PM

Colts signed TE Sean McGrath.

A fourth-year undrafted free agent, McGrath caught 26 passes for 302 yards and two touchdowns for the Chiefs in 2013, but "retired" the following July. After a year out of football, the Henderson State product has decided to give it another chance. McGrath has proven he can hang in the league, but he's going to have a hard time cracking Indy's loaded tight end corps.
Jun 2 - 5:38 PM

B.J. Daniels is working "primarily" as a receiver for the Seahawks.

From the second he was picked by the 49ers in 2013, it was apparent Daniels would never be an NFL quarterback. He'll try to win his long-shot bid for a spot on the Seahawks' 53-man roster as a wideout and special teamer.
Jun 2 - 5:22 PM

Titans CB Brandon Harris suffered a torn ACL in Tuesday's OTAs session, and will miss the 2015 season.

He also has a torn meniscus. Re-signed in March, Harris played just 112 snaps on defense last season. The No. 60 overall pick of the 2011 draft, Harris turned 25 in January. Provided he's healthy, he'll compete for someone's final roster spot in 2016.
Jun 2 - 5:19 PM

Rams signed sixth-round WR Bud Sasser to a four-year contract.

Sasser has an NFL frame at 6-foot-3, 219 pounds, but is more of a slot type than outside threat. He'll fight to bring up the rear of the Rams' weak receiver corps, but should see the majority of his rookie snaps on special teams.
Jun 2 - 5:11 PM

Texans signed DT Brandon Deaderick.

Deaderick played 344 snaps as a run-stopping specialist for New Orleans' horrendous run defense last season. He'll fight for a similar role in Houston. Deaderick is far from assured of cracking the 53-man roster.
Jun 2 - 4:50 PM

Panthers signed QB Cam Newton to a five-year, $103.8 million contract extension.

The deal includes $60 million guaranteed, and $67.6 million over the first three years. According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, that's a record for a three-year period. They're massive numbers, but we'll see how "guaranteed" Newton's $60 million truly is. Either way, it's a huge vote of confidence in a quarterback who hasn't always been the most consistent. Like the Panthers, however, we still believe in Newton's dual-threat upside. He's arguably the league's most-unique threat at quarterback, and has overseen back-to-back division winners. Newton has taken a ton of hits through four NFL seasons, but is still only 26. The Panthers were right to lock him up.
Jun 2 - 4:33 PM

Bengals RB Rex Burkhead has been spending time at receiver in OTAs.

A 5-foot-10, 215-pound bowling ball, Burkhead spent time in the slot in Cincinnati's Wild Card loss. "(If) you have a talented player on your team, you see if you can find a way to get him involved," OC Hue Jackson said. "(Burkhead) can do a little bit of everything. ... He's one of the better players on our team so we will see what we can do with him." Jackson sounds determined to get Burkhead more involved after he touched the ball only 16 times last season, but barring injury to those ahead of him, he's not a threat for more than 30-40 touches.
Jun 2 - 4:30 PM

49ers FB Bruce Miller has pled no contest to misdemeanor disturbing the peace, and been sentenced to court-ordered counseling.

Miller will attend a 16-week domestic-violence counseling course. It's unclear if he's still facing league discipline after his original charges of spousal abuse were lowered. Miller had been sitting out voluntary OTAs as he awaited a resolution.
Jun 2 - 4:24 PM

Ravens WR Aldrick Robinson has a sprained knee.

If it's anything more than a week-to-week affair, Robinson can kiss his shot at a spot on the 53-man roster goodbye. Now 26, Robinson was cut by the Redskins last December.
Jun 2 - 4:00 PM

Vikings coach Mike Zimmer says the team is welcoming back Adrian Peterson "unequivocally."

For his part, Peterson said he "just wanted to (come back)," and that he has his eyes on a Super Bowl. "This past year has been emotional for both parties," Peterson said alluding to the months of tension. "I’ve learned a lot from my mistakes. And I’m moving forward." It sounds like Peterson and the Vikes have both found a solution they can get behind.
Jun 2 - 3:50 PM

Commissioner Roger Goodell has declined to recuse himself from Tom Brady's appeal hearing.

"Because protecting the integrity of the game is the commissioner’s most important responsibility, I decline to rewrite our CBA to abrogate my authority and discretion to hear any appeal in a conduct detrimental proceeding," Goodell said. The NFLPA's request was always a long shot. Brady and Goodell will meet on June 23.
Jun 2 - 2:43 PM

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