Chiefs signed RB Darrin Reaves, formerly of the Panthers.
They also waived RB LaVance Taylor, who generated some headlines for "earning" a 90-man roster spot by tweeting his highlight tape to the Chiefs' Twitter account. The Chiefs are a team that utilizes SPARQ scores to make decisions at the bottom of their roster. Reaves has a better SPARQ score than Taylor.
Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said Sunday he envisions Andre Ellington handling 20 touches per game this season.
Arians emphasized that Ellington's touches will involve receptions, and not just carries. Ellington handled over 22 touches per game last season, but averaged an anemic 3.3 yards per carry and broke down physically, ending the year on injured reserve. The Cardinals are miscasting Ellington as a true feature back. Rookie David Johnson will make his case for a backfield role in preseason games. Johnson is essentially a bigger, more athletic version of Ellington with arguably even more-dynamic pass-catching ability.
ESPN Dallas' Todd Archer suggests Joseph Randle could handle 15 carries per game this season, with Darren McFadden taking ten and Lance Dunbar getting five.
Archer expects Randle to fare "fine" as the Cowboys' replacement for DeMarco Murray, and concedes the weekly touch distribution "is subject to change based on the hot-hand theory." If Randle handled 15 carries per game and stayed healthy, he would finish at 240 for the season. McFadden is a better pass blocker than Randle, while Dunbar is arguably Dallas' best receiving back.
According to NJ.com's Eliot Shorr-Parks, it was "clear" at the first practice of Eagles camp that Sam Bradford -- not Mark Sanchez -- will be the team's starting quarterback in Week 1.
Bradford handled every first-team rep on the first day of training camp, while Sanchez practiced strictly with the twos. For what it's worth, Bradford went 16-of-21 passing in team drills across 27 reps, throwing one interception and no TDs. Bradford reportedly looked "rusty," as expected, but was not outplayed by Sanchez, who declined to challenge the Eagles' defense downfield.
The Saints will play SS Kenny Vaccaro in the box more this season.
He's also frequently aligned at slot corner during OTAs, which should increase Vaccaro's field time. With ballhawking FS Jairus Byrd on his way back, the Saints can afford to use Vaccaro closer to the line of scrimmage. Vaccaro is coming off a miserable 2014, but is a bounce-back candidate in IDP leagues.
Seahawks acquired CB Mohammed Seisay from the Lions in exchange for a conditional sixth-round draft pick in 2016.
A former UDFA out of Nebraska, Seisay played 30 defensive snaps for Detroit last season but was more active on special teams. The condition of the draft pick almost certainly depends on whether Seisay makes the Seahawks' 53.
Steelers waived TE Michael Egnew.
The notorious Jeff Ireland draft bust is running out of NFL chances.
Bills coach Rex Ryan has named Richie Incognito the starter at left guard.
Ryan told ESPN Bills reporter Mike Rodak that he's been "blown away" by Incognito's conditioning this offseason. A year away from football seems to have done Incognito some good. The 32-year-old was a Pro Bowler in 2012 before a bullying scandal sent his career in a downward spiral.