Free agent OT Jake Long is visiting the Giants on Wednesday.
Long visited the Giants earlier in the offseason. They're likely having him back for another look to see how Long's progressing in his rehab from a torn ACL. New York needs tackle depth after losing LT Will Beatty to a torn pectoral.
Free agent RT Gosder Cherilus is visiting the Bills on Wednesday.
Just released by the Colts over the weekend, Cherilus would be an upgrade on sophomores Cyrus Kouandjio and Seantrel Henderson at right tackle in Buffalo as long as he's healthy. Cherilus, 31, has battled chronic knee trouble since undergoing microfracture surgery a couple seasons back in Detroit.
Bengals OC Hue Jackson said, "We're going to open it up a little bit more this year and be who I think we can be."
"We're going to open Pandora's box more," Jackson said. "We tickled it a little bit last year. We're going to open it up a little bit more this year and be who I think we can be. ... It's a chess match, and whoever is not afraid to pull the trigger, pull the trigger. And I'm not afraid, so let's go." The potential for this offense is through the roof and vastly undervalued in fantasy because of Andy Dalton. But Dalton was playing with a short deck last season where Mohamed Sanu was his No. 1 receiver more often than not. With A.J. Green, Marvin Jones and Tyler Eifert healthy and Jeremy Hill entering year two, Cincinnati is going to put up points. Dalton will have his fair share of top-10 fantasy weeks.
ESPN Bengals reporter Coley Harvey thinks free agent Reggie Wayne "might make for a nice addition" in Cincinnati.
Following the loss of WR James Wright (knee) to injured reserve on Tuesday, the Bengals are in the market for some depth at the position. Wayne could bring a veteran presence to a receiving corps whose oldest player is Brandon Tate at 27. Wayne could then slide in as the No. 3/4 receiver and be on a contender.
Browns NT Phil Taylor isn't considered a lock to make the 53-man roster.
The former 21st overall pick saw his starting job disappear when the Browns drafted NT Danny Shelton. Desmond Bryant and Randy Starks are projected to flank Shelton. Taylor is making his way back from a 2014 knee injury that required a clean-up procedure and forced him to miss OTAs and minicamp. The Browns would just be eating Taylor's $5.477 million salary if he were to be cut.
The Chronicle-Telegram's Scott Petrak considers Travis Benjamin the early odd man out in the Browns receiving corps.
Benjamin is a seldom-used deep threat who must show he can return kicks to make the team. Last season, Benjamin disappointed as a return man, averaging just 21 yards on kick returns and 2.4 yards per punt return while grading out as PFF's worst returner. Benjamin is pint-sized at 5-foot-10 and 175 pounds.
The Jets will use second-year TE Jace Amaro as an H-back.
Jeff Cumberland projects to fill in as the traditional inline tight end. Amaro has the athleticism to move around the formation and make plays with the ball in his hands. But he'll need to show in camp that he's corrected his drops issue that plagued him as a rookie. If so, Amaro has a chance to catch 50-60 passes in OC Chan Gailey's spread. Amaro hurt his back at OTAs and missed minicamp.
Dolphins LT Branden Albert (knee) will open training camp on the active roster.
He's avoided the active/PUP list and will be a full participant in football activities right out of the gate. Albert's rehab from a torn ACL and MCL suffered in Week 10 was setback-free. His return to Ryan Tannehill's blind side is a big boost for the offense. Albert was PFF's No. 4 tackle at the time of his injury.