NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports the Giants pulled a long-term offer to unsigned franchise player Jason Pierre-Paul after he injured his hand in a weekend fireworks accident.
Jason Pierre-Paul (hand) remains in a Miami hospital as of Monday morning.
Jets G Dakota Dozier took most of his spring reps as a second-team center.
Khiry Robinson projects as the "odd man out" in New Orleans' backfield again this year.
The Bengals have moved Onterio McCalebb from cornerback to wide receiver.
ESPN Seahawks reporter Terry Blount says it's uncertain if Robert Turbin (hip surgery) will be ready for Week 1.
Seahawks UDFA RB Thomas Rawls has emerged as the rookie the coaches love.
Retired ILB Chris Borland said he is at peace with his decision to retire at age 24.
Raiders OL coach Mike Tice said LG Gabe Jackson is a "rising star."
Eagles RB Kenjon Barner is expected to land on the practice squad this season.
A source tells the New York Post Jason Pierre-Paul suffered "significant burns on his palm and several fingers, and one finger may have sustained nerve damage."
A source with knowledge of the situation told NJ.com that Jason Pierre-Paul's hand "is going to be okay" following Saturday's fireworks scare.
The New York Daily News confirms an ESPN report that Giants unsigned franchise player Jason Pierre-Paul's hand injury is "not believed to be career threatening."
According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, "early indications are" Giants unsigned franchise player Jason Pierre-Paul's hand injury is "not career threatening."
Andy Slater of WINZ in Florida reports Giants unsigned franchise player Jason Pierre-Paul suffered a "severe" hand injury during a fireworks accident on the fourth of July.