Titans re-signed TE Chase Coffman.
Coffman appeared in 13 games (three starts) with Tennessee last year. He'll provide depth after the release of Taylor Thompson. Coffman should compete with Craig Stevens for the No. 3 tight end job
Bears OLB Lamarr Houston (knee) has been cleared for the start of training camp.
Houston will be brought along slowly, but the Bears expect him to be ready for Week 1 after not placing him active/PUP. Willie Young (Achilles) and ILB Jon Bostic have also been cleared for camp.
Free agent OT Jake Long will visit the Broncos.
Long is in New York visiting the Giants on Wednesday after meeting with the Falcons on Monday, so he's starting to get some play with teams opening training camp. Denver could use some help after losing LT Ryan Clady for the season.
Cardinals waived CB Alfonzo Dennard.
Dennard doesn't even make it to training camp with Arizona after being claimed off waivers from the Patriots in May. The Cardinals must not have liked what they saw from Dennard in the spring. Look for Dennard to get another look in a team's camp this summer where he'll compete for a final roster spot.
Bears placed WR Kevin White (shin) on active/PUP.
White has been battling the shin issue for a while now, as he also sat out all of minicamp. It doesn't sound overly serious, but White is missing important time with the offense. The Bears want him to get his conditioning up before sending him in to compete with Marquess Wilson and Eddie Royal for snaps.
Jaguars placed RB Storm Johnson on the active/NFI list.
Johnson missed some OTAs due to a back injury, but the Jags don't have to disclose the injury that's now keeping him out. It's also possible Johnson reported out of shape and couldn't pass his physical. A seventh-round draft pick in 2014, Johnson is on the roster bubble behind T.J. Yeldon and Denard Robinson.
Jets RE Muhammad Wilkerson intends to play out the final year of his deal if a long-term contract isn't reached by Week 1.
As is the case with many players, Wilkerson doesn't want his contract hanging over his head during the season. Per Jets reporter Rich Cimini, "talks have picked up" between Wilkerson and the team, but a deal doesn't appear imminent. Wilkerson is expected to command at least $12 million annually in new money.
The Charlotte Observer believes Jerricho Cotchery is entering training camp on the roster bubble.
If second-round pick Devin Funchess seizes a starting job and Corey "Philly" Brown earns a role as a situational deep threat in three-receiver sets, Cotchery could be the odd man out. The Panthers also have Ted Ginn to dress on game days for his special teams value after signing him to a two-year, $4.2 million deal. Cotchery, 33, is owed $1.5 million in salary and bonuses.