Browns signed fourth-round S Derrick Kindred to a four-year contract.
Kindred figures to have a chance to start after the Browns let FS Tashaun Gipson walk in free agency and released SS Donte Whitner. He'll be in the mix with Rahim Moore, Ibraheim Campbell, and Jordan Poyer for the two spots.
Redskins ILB Perry Riley (foot) is still in a walking boot.
Riley injured his foot late last season and was initially slapped with a 3-6 week timetable after requiring surgery to put a pin in his fifth metatarsal. Six months later, the foot is still giving him pain and discomfort. Riley expects to be ready for camp, but is due for a second opinion on his foot soon.
Christine Michael has been getting the first-team work at running back with Thomas Rawls (ankle) sidelined at OTAs.
It's expected, but noteworthy. Rawls is still rehabbing a badly broken ankle from late last season, and the Seahawks are hanging on "hope" that he'll be ready Week 1. We've seen over and over again how running back is an ever-changing landscape in the league, with not many guaranteed anything. If C-Mike can build on his productive end to 2015 with a strong summer, he could make noise.
Vikings DT Sharrif Floyd (knee, ankle) is not participating in OTAs.
Floyd missed three games and parts of others last season with what was labeled a foot injury that required a piece of cartilage to be removed from the area. He missed time in 2014 with a knee issue. Coach Mike Zimmer expects Floyd to be ready for camp. Floyd played well against the run and pass in 2015.
Eagles 2014 first-rounder Marcus Smith is excited about playing in DC Jim Schwartz's 4-3 defense.
Smith has seemingly been written off as a bust, but he was badly miscast in ex-DC Billy Davis' 3-4 front. In Schwart'z scheme, all Smith has to concentrate on is moving forward and rushing the passer, not dropping into coverage. Former Colts first-round "bust" Jerry Hughes blossomed under Schwartz in Buffalo.
Coach Todd Bowles confirmed third-year TE Jace Amaro is on the roster bubble.
The Jets' tight end depth is in a sorry state. Along with Amaro, Kellen Davis and Zach Sudfeld round out the top three. The Jets received a league-low 10 catches from their tight ends last season. It's possible they simply don't plan on using the position, instead opting for an extra tackle in blocking situations or using for receivers. Amaro missed all of 2015 with a torn labrum.
The Packers have no "long-term concerns" about WR Ty Montgomery's surgically-repaired ankle.
Montgomery has yet to be cleared to practice, and was coy when asked if he would be ready for training camp. Montgomery has had an unusually arduous recovery from a high-ankle sprain, aggravating it before ultimately requiring surgery. A gadget player who will likely need his touches manufactured, Montgomery won't be a fantasy factor behind Jordy Nelson and Randall Cobb this season.
Jaguars DT Sen'Derrick Marks (torn triceps) expects to be ready for training camp.
Now 29, Marks missed the first five games of last season as he recovered from a torn ACL. He then tore his triceps in his fourth game back. If he can get healthy, Marks will likely contribute as a situational pass rusher for Jacksonville's suddenly-deep front seven.