Rams GM Les Snead said Rob Havenstein is expected to move to right guard.
A 2015 second-rounder, Havenstein has not been the Rams' biggest concern in 28 career starts a right tackle, but he will move to make room for Greg Robinson's switch to the right side. Of course, it is possible Robinson struggles on the right just as he did on the left and Havenstein is called on to pick up the slack. In addition to the tumult on the right, the Rams still do not have a starting-caliber center on the roster.
Raiders GM Reggie McKenzie said the team is interested in extending walk-year RG Gabe Jackson.
The Raiders have extensions to work out with Derek Carr and Khalil Mack first, but Jackson should not be far behind. A quality starter at left guard his first two seasons, Jackson did not miss a beat moving to the right side in 2016. The Raiders boast one of the best interior line groups in the league, and they should do whatever they can to keep it together.
Raiders GM Reggie McKenzie said Clive Walford "wasn't [the] same player last year."
Walford injured his knee in an ATV accident last summer and apparently never got back to 100 percent. McKenzie expects him to be "fine" this season, but the decision to bring in Jared Cook says he is not convinced Walford will develop into a weapon in the passing game. The 2015 third-rounder has 61 catches for 688 yards (11.3 YPR) and six touchdowns through two seasons.
Dolphins EVP Mike Tannenbaum said drafting Dion Jordan with the No. 3 overall pick is "not a move that’s worked out."
"It’s pretty obvious," Tannenbaum said. "We’ll keep evaluating our roster and make moves when we feel it’s appropriate." It seems to be just a matter of time before Jordan is released. When he is, he will finish his four-year stay in Miami with three sacks to his name.
Lions GM Bob Quinn said he thinks Adrian Peterson still has gas left in the tank.
Quinn did not say if the Lions were pursuing the future Hall of Famer, but it is an interesting comment considering he has talked about the need to improve the running game this offseason. Peterson has said he is interested in helping a team "win a championship." The Lions might not be at that level, but they should compete for a playoff spot in 2017.
Raiders GM Reggie McKenzie said Derek Carr (broken leg) will be a full-go for OTAs.
Carr told LT Donald Penn he was "almost 100 percent" in February, so this comes as no surprise. Even with their pending relocation certain to be a distraction, the Raiders look set for a great season on the field as long as Carr stays healthy. Carr should sign a long-term extension this offseason.
Vikings coach Mike Zimmer said there is still no timeline for Teddy Bridgewater (knee).
Bridgewater has started running in the pool, but he is still limited to non-weight bearing exercises. The quarterback tore his ACL, dislocated his knee, and suffered "other structural damage" last August. It will be a surprise if he is ready for Week 1, and it is not a given he will be able to get back on the field at all.
Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports the Lions have expressed interest in an extension with walk-year RE Ziggy Ansah.
Ansah is coming off a down year in which he only recorded two sacks in 13 games, but he was hampered by a high-ankle sprain. He is still one of the top edge rushers in the league, and the Lions would be wise to lock him up. Ansah is scheduled to make $12.734 million in the final year of his rookie deal.