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According to the Miami Herald's Barry Jackson, the Dolphins "continue to monitor" free agent Arian Foster.

The Dolphins have been the team most-heavily linked to Foster after he visited the team in March so the team could take a look-see. Foster is expected to be medically cleared in as little as a week, so his market is going to heat up ahead of training camps. The Dolphins have said all the right things about second-year RB Jay Ajayi, but he can't get too comfortable atop the depth chart.
May 24 - 10:50 PM

Second-year UDFA Quinton Spain is operating as the Titans' starting left guard at OTAs.

Spain is the incumbent after starting the final six games of last season at left guard. He received positive marks from Pro Football Focus for his pass protection, but was very poor in the run game. Spain will face competition this summer from Jeremiah Poutasi and sixth-round rookie Sebastian Tretola.
May 24 - 8:52 PM

Dorial Green-Beckham (hamstring) is practicing in full at OTAs.

DGB missed some time at voluntary workouts, and our last blurb had him being sidelined. We're using this as a way to relay he's 100 percent healthy. Speaking after Tuesday's first OTA, Mariota said of Green-Beckham, "The dude is a stud. ... Find ways to get him the football and let him do his thing."
May 24 - 8:50 PM

Broncos LT Russell Okung (shoulder surgery) isn't participating in OTAs.

Okung is expected to be ready for training camp, but he has more to lose than the average injured player. Okung's $5 million salary is only guaranteed if he's on the roster for Week 1. That means he has to be healthy. The odds are extremely low that Okung is let go, but will skyrocket if his shoulder doesn't heal as planned.
Source: NBC Denver
May 24 - 6:47 PM

Rueben Randle is sitting out of Eagles OTAs after having his gallbladder removed on Monday.

It's not an overly serious operation, but Randle could be held out of practice until training camp. Randle's camp will be dedicated to earning a spot in three-wide sets alongside Jordan Matthews and Nelson Agholor. It's not outside the realm of possibility he begins the season ahead of Agholor on the depth chart.
Source: Philly.com
May 24 - 6:35 PM

Free agent Knowshon Moreno says he plans to continue his playing career in 2016.

NBC Denver's Mike Klis reported earlier this month that Moreno is "80 percent done" mentally after missing all of 2015 with a torn ACL, but Moreno has tweeted he plans to be "back on the field." Moreno is only 29 (in July), but injury woes have limited him to 34 appearances over the past five years. The odds are against him notching a regular season carry.
May 24 - 6:21 PM

Bills RE Jerry Hughes (wrist surgery) is 100 percent healthy, and "full go" in OTAs.

Hughes played through the injury in 2015, where it wasn't a major factor. Headed into the second season of his five-year, $45 million contract, Hughes had only five sacks in 2015, but remained one of the league's more effective pass rushers.
May 24 - 6:05 PM

Raiders owner Mark Davis believes moving the team to Las Vegas would "unite the Raider nation."

"The Raider fans in Northern California get upset a little bit when we talk about going to Los Angeles, and the L.A. fans get a little ticked off at the fans in Northern California, so it seems like Las Vegas is a neutral site that everybody’s kind of bought into," Davis tried to rationalize. "It will unite the Raider nation more than divide it." If Davis were right, it would be the first time in the history of professional sports that moving a team "united" a fanbase. Davis isn't trying to move the team to unite Raiders fans. He's doing it because it would make him richer and there's no stadium solution on the horizon in Oakland.
May 24 - 5:53 PM

Updating an earlier item, Marcus Mariota has gained five pounds of muscle, not 15.

Titans reporter Terry McCormick evidently misunderstood something. It makes much more sense this way, as Mariota's Combine weight was 222. The underlying point remains that Mariota is bulking up in hopes of gaining durability in what's supposed to be an #ExoticSmashmouth offense.
May 24 - 5:18 PM

A source tells ESPN's Rob Demovsky Eddie Lacy still weighs "in the 240s."

It means Lacy was tipping the scales near 260 last season, as he's believed to have lost 15-18 pounds. Lacy weighed in at 231 at the Combine. Speaking Wednesday, coach Mike McCarthy suggested the team still wants Lacy to lose more weight. "Eddie will be fine," McCarthy said. "I believe he'll hit the target that we're all looking for when the lights come on." McCarthy also reiterated that Lacy "cannot play at the weight he was at (last) year." Lacy should have more P90X on tap for the summer.
Source: ESPN.com
May 24 - 5:04 PM

Jordy Nelson is still practicing "(against) air" in individual drills.

Nelson isn't behind schedule, but the Packers aren't rushing their No. 1 receiver. He's unlikely to take part in any team drills before training camp. Barring a major setback, Nelson will be ready to rock for Week 1, and likely the preseason.
May 24 - 5:02 PM

Steelers C Maurkice Pouncey (leg surgeries) has been a full participant in OTAs, and says he is 100 percent healthy.

"I’m 26 years old, man," Pouncey said. "I’m doing everything. I don’t need time off. I’m (ticked) off I missed a lot. I’m ready to go." Pouncey bookended a 16-start 2014 with missing all of 2015 and appearing in only one game in 2013. He was one of the league's best centers in 2014.
May 24 - 4:49 PM

Cowboys OG Ronald Leary is skipping OTAs as he seeks a trade.

Playing under his one-year, $2.553 million restricted free agent tender, Leary wants out of Big D after spending 75 percent of 2015 as a healthy scratch. Leary was a starter in 2013-14, but fell behind talented rookie La'El Collins early last season. The Cowboys seem willing to move Leary, but executive Stephen Jones has said he won't be "given away." Leary is a $2.553 million redundancy for the Cowboys' dominant line. A trade is probably an inevitability.
Source: ESPN Dallas
May 24 - 4:33 PM

Dolphins signed seventh-round WR/TE Thomas Duarte to a four-year contract.

Standing in at 6-foot-2, 231 pounds, Duarte is a slot prospect. He needs to drastically improve his blocking to be considered a tight end at the NFL level. Duarte will likely spend his rookie campaign on the practice squad.
May 24 - 4:17 PM

Dolphins signed third-round WR Leonte Carroo to a four-year contract.

The Dolphins traded three picks to move up for Carroo on day two, suggesting he'll have a real shot at carving out a role this season. Carroo is just 6-foot-0, 211 pounds, but has good speed and elite ball skills. He's unlikely to make much of a re-draft impact in 2016, but is an intriguing Dynasty league stash.
May 24 - 4:17 PM



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