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Dolphins CB Tony Lippett (Achilles') has been limited in OTAs this week.

Lippett tore his Achilles' last August and missed the entirety of last season. He's close to 100 percent, but the team is being cautious with him at voluntary workouts. Lippett should be full go well in time for training camp later this summer and will compete for snaps with Cordrea Tankersley opposite Xavien Howard. Rookie Minkah Fitzpatrick and Bobby McCain are also in the mix.
May 23 - 12:47 PM

Rob Kelley was the first running back through position drills at Wednesday's OTAs.

Kelley was followed by sophomore Samaje Perine and then rookie Derrius Guice. We wouldn't read much, if anything, into this, as the Redskins are likely going by veteran status on the first day of workouts. Kelley spent much of the second half of last season on I.R. with a high-ankle sprain and wasn't very good before the injury. Perine wasn't much better in relief before he also got hurt. This is going to be Guice's backfield on early downs much sooner than later.
May 23 - 12:16 PM

Free agent TE Marcedes Lewis will visit the Packers this week.

Lewis was released by the Jaguars more than two months ago, and this is the first known interest we've seen emerge for him. He just turned 34 last week and spent 12 seasons with Jacksonville. Green Bay has Jimmy Graham and Lance Kendricks at tight end, but Lewis could provide help as a blocker.
May 23 - 12:11 PM

Cowboys contract-year RG Zack Martin is not participating in OTAs.

Martin has been working out with the team in the gym, but he won't do football-related drills as he and the Cowboys try to hammer out a long-term deal. After what happened to Hunter Henry and Paul Worrilow on Tuesday, it's impossible to blame players for sitting out voluntary workouts before they have some financial security. Martin will likely become the highest-paid guard.
May 23 - 12:03 PM

The NFL will not require players to be on the field for the national anthem in 2018.

The media owned by the league is spinning this as a "compromise," but it's hardly that. As Judy Battista puts it, "If players are on sideline, will stand. But players may choose to stay in the locker room if they prefer not to stand." Her colleague at NFL Media, Ian Rapoport adds, "Respecting the anthem will be paramount if you’re on the sideline. Teams can also set their own policies. Compromise all around." Compromise for the league owners, maybe, but the players had zero say in this said "compromise." The owners are simply trying to keep the anthem "protesters" and "disrespecters" off the field for the song. It may not even work. If a player has strong feelings toward social injustice -- we assume they do if they're kneeling -- a fine may not be strong enough "punishment" to keep him off the field during the anthem. The NFL continues to find ways to get in its own way and fuel a fire that keeps burning.
May 23 - 11:07 AM

According to ESPN Bears reporter Jeff Dickerson, second-rounder Anthony Miller is "earmarked" for the slot receiver job.

Allen Robinson is working as the X with Taylor Gabriel at the Z spot. Robinson was signed to be Chicago's new No. 1 wideout, and Gabriel is expected to fill the big-play, deep-threat role in coach Matt Nagy's offense. The Bears traded up for Miller at No. 51 overall. It's not out of the question that Miller could be second on the team in targets as a rookie behind Robinson.
Source: ESPN.com
May 23 - 10:10 AM

Steelers signed third-round QB Mason Rudolph to a four-year contract.

Rudolph was talked about as a potential first-round sleeper, but he ended up lasting deep into the second day before the Steelers traded up three spots to take him. He'll push Landry Jones for No. 2 duties in training camp.
May 23 - 10:07 AM

The Browns are expected to start Larry Ogunjobi and Trevon Coley at defensive tackle this season.

The trade of Danny Shelton opened up a starting job and 469 snaps from last season. Ogunjobi is expected to be the biggest beneficiary after Coley surprisingly led all Browns DTs in snaps last year. A third-round pick last year, Ogunjobi is an athletic freak at 6'2/305 and set school records across the board in college at Charlotte. He received outstanding marks from Pro Football Focus across 300 snaps last season and is a major breakout candidate for the upstart Browns.
Source: BrownsZone
May 23 - 9:54 AM
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