Titans CB Blidi Wreh-Wilson (shoulder) has been cleared for training camp.
Wreh-Wilson underwent surgery for a dislocated shoulder in December and faced a 6-8 month recovery. He sat out all of the offseason program but is good to go for the start of camp. The Titans signed CB Perrish Cox to start opposite Jason McCourty, so Wreh-Wilson will compete for sub-package snaps.
Bills S Aaron Williams underwent offseason surgery to repair a torn labrum in his hip.
Williams sat out the entire offseason program but was present for the start of training camp Friday. He graded out as Pro Football Focus' No. 70 safety out of 87 qualifiers last season but has a firm grip on a starting job in coach Rex Ryan's new scheme. Williams is adequate both against the run and in coverage.
Vernon Davis said he feels "faster, more explosive" than he did last season.
"Right now, I feel like a rookie," Davis said, "been taking care of myself." Davis blames his struggles on a number of factors, including coaching and the players. He's since fired a financial advisor who talked him into holding out for more money last offseason. Now 31 and coming off the worst season of his career, Davis has a chance to bounce back as a seam-stretcher and red-zone threat.
Coach Lovie Smith said Jameis Winston is the Bucs' starting quarterback.
This comes as no surprise whatsoever, but it's at least worth mentioning after Winston split first-team reps with Mike Glennon in the spring. Winston has been an angel off the field since being drafted No. 1 and picked up the offense in quick fashion on it. Strapped with Mike Evans, Vincent Jackson and Austin Seferian-Jenkins as his weapons, Winston has some appeal as a high-upside QB2.
Redskins signed OLB Junior Galette, formerly of the Saints, to a one-year contract.
Galette, 27, has been one of the league's top edge rushers the past two seasons, registering 22 sacks and a whopping 126 combines sacks, hits and hurries. The problem is he's a trainwreck off the field, having been accused of domestic violence in January before a video later surfaced last month of him assaulting a man and woman in 2013. If he can avoid his knucklehead tendencies, Galette and OLB Ryan Kerrigan can be one of the top edge-rushing duos in the league.
Packers WR Jared Abbrederis suffered a concussion in Thursday's training camp practice.
He'll have to make his way through the league's concussion protocol before returning to practice. Last year's fifth-round pick, Abbrederis missed his rookie year with a torn ACL. He needs as many reps as possible this summer.
Philly Voice's Jimmy Kempski reports Matt Barkley is "still available" for trade.
This comes as no surprise. And the Eagles would probably take a sack of punctured footballs for the former fourth-round pick. Unfortunately for Philadelphia, we don't expect another team to take the bait. Being pushed by Tim Tebow for No. 3 duties, Barkley is no better than 50-50 to make the 53-man roster.
Matt Cassel received the first rep in team drills when the Bills opened training camp Friday.
Tyrod Taylor was second up, while E.J. Manuel and Matt Simms were Nos. 3 and 4. We wouldn't read much into this, as this figures to be a full-blown competition for much of the summer. Cassel received the bulk of the reps Friday, but didn't draw positive reviews from Bills beat writers. His spring struggles appear to have carried over. Taylor and Manuel will get plenty of work with the ones.