Dee Milliner (Achilles') is a candidate for reserve/PUP.
NFL.com's Chris Wesseling says Charles Sims' film called to mind "a slow-motion C.J. Spiller, lacking the explosive lateral agility and breakaway speed while showing nothing between the tackles."
The Philadelphia Inquirer leaves ILB Najee Goode off their 53-man roster projection.
Storm Johnson and Bernard Pierce could battle for one roster spot in training camp.
A source tells Yahoo that Adrian Peterson still wants to be traded.
ESPN Eagles reporter Phil Sheridan says it seems "almost 100 percent certain" that Nelson Agholor will start Week 1.
Eagles RT Lane Johnson participated in the Randy Couture/Jay Glazer MMA Athletics program this offseason.
The St. Paul Pioneer Press reports Adrian Peterson will be a no-show for the start of Vikings Organized Team Activities (OTAs).
ESPN Dallas' Todd Archer believes free agent Ray Rice's absence from the Cowboys' recent running back workouts suggests Rice is not on the team's radar.
The Philadelphia Inquirer mentions third-year TE Zach Ertz as a candidate to "end up leading the Eagles in receiving" this season.
Eagles WR Josh Huff is expected to open training camp as the team's No. 1 kickoff returner.
In addition to the Cowboys, free agent WR Kris Durham recently worked out for the Saints.
When asked if his torn biceps was fully healed, 49ers DL Glenn Dorsey said "I'm close."
Redskins special teams coach Ben Kotwica is "intrigued" by Jamison Crowder's potential as a punt returner.
Falcons SLB Brooks Reed could miss the start of OTAs because of a groin injury.