Browns C Alex Mack (broken fibula) will participate in the team's offseason program.
Mack is five months removed from leg surgery. He's expected to be limited during spring workouts. One of the best centers in the league, Cleveland averaged just 91 rush yards per game after Mack went down. Mack is signed through 2018, but can void his final three years after this season.
The Cardinals plan to get Logan Thomas "a ton of reps" this offseason.
"He's going to get a ton of work," Bruce Arians said. "We drafted him for two years from now, not November." The Cardinals need to find out what they have in Thomas, who should open the season behind injury-prone QBs Carson Palmer and Drew Stanton. He struggled on limited snaps in 2014, and was passed over for Ryan Lindley in two late-season starts. Thomas won't prevent the Cardinals from drafting a long-term answer at quarterback.
Free agent LB Larry Foote recently underwent knee surgery.
Foote had a minor clean-up procedure on his knee. It shouldn't impact his status for training camp if he decides to return. Foote is currently a defensive assistant with the Cardinals, but hasn't ruled out playing this season.
Coach John Fox confirmed Jay Cutler will open OTAs as the Bears' starter.
"I would say logically if you are looking at the depth chart and asking me two weeks before we can get anything going, I'd say [Cutler would be] first on the depth chart," Fox said. The Bears' starting job is Cutler's to lose, and he faces little in the way of competition. Jimmy Clausen projects as Cutler's backup.
Free agent NT Letroy Guion visited with Seattle on Friday.
The Seahawks are Guion's first known visit. Guion should start to draw interest from teams now that his off-field situation is resolved. The Packers have also been in talks with Guion and remain his most likely landing spot.
Kellen Moore will compete for the Lions' backup quarterback job.
Moore will be given an opportunity to unseat Dan Orlovsky after spending last year as the No. 3 quarterback. He was non-tendered this offseason for cap purposes and could be in the mix for backup duties with a strong camp. It's perhaps telling the Lions gave Moore more guaranteed money than Orlovsky, who re-signed on a one-year deal. Moore has yet to appear in an NFL game.
The Redskins haven't ruled out re-signing free agent WR Santana Moss.
Moss was limited to 10 games last season, playing just 133 snaps. He hasn't drawn any known interest on the open market. Moss could have to wait until after the draft to sign with a team.
49ers waived CB Cameron Fuller.
An undrafted free agent, Fuller was signed to the 49ers' practice squad in December. He was active for one game, but didn't see the field. 24-year-old Fuller could resurface as offseason depth.