Brazill (suspension) was released by the Colts on Friday.
Rudolph has lost 15 pounds this offseason as he anticipates a more active role in Minnesota's passing game, ESPN reports. "I feel like I run a lot smoother than I did at 275 [pounds]," he said.
While he isn't assured of a roster spot, Moeaki has a better chance than both Chris Gragg and Lee Smith to make the team, according to wgr550.com.
The Jaguars believe that Gratz has a chance to be a building block for the defense, the team's official site reports.
Robinson worked with the first-team defense all offseason, and he seems to be fully recovered from the torn pectoral he suffered last year, CSN Washington reports.
Newton (ankle) will meet with the Panthers' receiving corp for throwing sessions next week, USA Today reports.
Seferian-Jenkins, who is bouncing back from February surgery to address a stress fracture in his left foot, indicates that at this stage his foot "feels really good," the Tampa Bay Times reports. "I've been running routes, doing all the exercise and workout drills that they've asked me to do," Seferian-Jenkins noted. "I feel very comfortable and confident that I'll be ready to go when it comes to training camp."
Four teams have reportedly expressed interest in trading for Johnson, according to NFL.com.
In reference to the prospects of participating in the Texans' upcoming training camp, Johnson -- who missed all of the team's offseason workouts, indicated Wednesday, "hopefully. We'll see what happens. Training camp's three weeks away, so we'll see what happens," NFL.com reports.
Robinson's (hand) nerve damage has healed, Jaguars.com reports.
Finley (neck) indicated Wednesday that he hopes to be able to resume his NFL career and that his preference is to return to the Packers, espnwisconsin.com reports.
Jackson has been suspended indefinitely for violating the NFL Policy and Program for Substances of Abuse, NFL.com reports.
While Cushing (knee/fibula) isn't sure when he will return to the practice field, he's confident that he will be ready to start the season, the Texans' official site reports. "I know I'll be ready," Cushing said Tuesday. "I know when it's go-time, and I need to ramp it up and get on the field, I'll be there."
Bolden is in line to face training camp competition from newcomers James White and Roy Finch, the Boston Globe reports.
Dobson -- who underwent surgery on March 10 to repair a stress fracture in his left foot -- is unsure if he will be ready at the start of training camp, the Boston Globe reports. "I don't know, it's hard to say," Dobson said Tuesday. "I'm taking it one day at a time, rehabbing hard, just to get back out there as quick as I can."
Stewart is healthy and should be able to participate in training camp later this month, the Panthers' official website reports.
Bell, who missed the practice portions of the Lions' offseason workouts and minicamp due to a knee injury, is feeling good in advance of training camp, the Detroit Free Press reports. "I'm making a lot of progress, a lot of progress," Bell noted. "Actually started back running full speed, got cleared for full go probably two weeks, a week after minicamp. I'm feeling 100 percent. I'm feeling great."
Hankerson has shown consistent improvement in his recovery from reconstructive knee surgery, but is still unsure if he'll be cleared to participate in training camp, the Washington Post reports.
Moye is "on the bubble" in terms of making the Steelers' 53-man roster, according to ESPN.com.
Though Simpson slots in behind Cordarrelle Patterson and Greg Jennings in the Vikings' wideout pecking order, he could emerge as a deep threat in coordinator Norv Turner's offense, ESPN.com reports.
Harris is expected to open training camp on the physically-unable-to-perform list while he continues to recover from a torn ACL, the team's official site reports. "The goal is to strive for Week 1," he said.
Paul Perillo of Patriots.com suggests that all signs point toward Gronkowski (knee) being ready to go for Week 1.
Broyles continues to make "good progress" in his return from an Achilles injury, the Detroit Free Press reports.
White, who has drawn comparisons to teammate Shane Vereen, looked smooth running pass routes this spring, according to ESPN's Mike Reiss.
Hawkins figures to be a key cog in the Browns' offense this coming season, NFL.com reports.
Redskins offensive coordinator Sean McVay indicates that Griffin, who is now further removed from Jan. 2013 knee surgery, has regained his pre-injury explosiveness, csnwashington.com reports. "I don't think there's any question - he looks explosive," McVay said of the quarterback. "He looks like he is exactly what he was in the 2012 season."
Joseph (toe) expects to be ready for training camp, CSN Houston reports. The veteran cornerback sat out all of Houston's spring practices, after undergoing surgery on a torn toe ligament over the winter.
Gordon was arrested Saturday morning on a DWI charge in Raleigh, North Carolina, Akron Beacon Journal writer Nate Ulrich reports.
Davis is expected to miss six weeks after undergoing foot surgery, NFL.com reports.
Armstrong could have a big role in training camp and should see more playing time, Nick Wagoner of ESPN reports.
The suspension of Dion Jordan should mean that Vernon will open the season as the starting right defensive end.
Gordon (hamstring), who faces a potential season-long long ban from the NFL for reportedly testing positive for marijuana, has an appeal hearing scheduled for late July, the Akron Beacon Journal reports.
Brazill has been suspended without pay for at least one year for violating the NFL's Policy and Program for Substances of Abuse, NFL.com reports.
Jordan has been suspended by the NFL for the first four games of the season for violating the league's Policy and Program for Substances of Abuse, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
Beasley could see more opportunities as an outside receiver in 2014, Todd Archer of ESPNDallas reports.
Dwyer showed well during offseason workouts, ESPN.com reports. Coach Bruce Arians stated, "He's in better shape and he's running routes and catching the ball better than I remember. I know he'll pound you and can really run the football. I know he can pass block. But he caught the ball extremely well. He made some catches in the red zone for us. That was a surprise."
Brown is a candidate to see an expanded role in the Bills' defense in the wake of Kiko Alonso's ACL tear, The Buffalo News reports.
Evans, who was limited by a hamstring issue during the Bucs' offseason practices, expects to be fine for the start of training camp, the Tampa Bay Times reports. "Physically, I'm not in tip-top shape. I'm getting back into my game shape," Evans noted. "As far as injury-wise, I feel good. I've been running, and I feel 100 percent."
Hardy's trial on two misdemeanor charges, including assault on a female and communicating threats, has been scheduled for July 15, the Charlotte Observer reports.
Rivers is a prime candidate to take over Kiko Alonso's starting weak side linebacker spot now that Alonso looks to be lost for the season with a torn ACL, BuffaloBills.com reports.
Graham will remain a tight end for franchise tag purposes following an important precedent-setting ruling by third party arbitrator Stephen Burbank, the New Orleans Times-Picayune reports.
Bradham's teammate, Kiko Alonso, has reportedly suffered a torn ACL and is expected to miss the entire 2014 season.
The Bills have confirmed that Alonso has suffered a torn left ACL, the team's official site reports.
Mathieu (knee) is close to returning to football activities, according to the Cardinals' official site.
Brown, who tore his ACL during the preseason last year, expects to be able to participate fully in training camp, the Daily News reports.
Walker, who recorded a career-high 60 catches for 571 yards and six touchdowns in 15 games in 2013, is looking to top those numbers this coming season, the Titans' official site reports.
Johnson, who is bouncing back from an offseason procedure to repair a torn meniscus, is nearing a return to full health, NFL.com reports. "I wouldn't label myself at 100 percent, but very close," Johnson noted. "In the 90s."
Alonso reportedly tore his ACL and is expected to miss the coming season, ESPN.com reports.
Alonso's knee injury is feared to be a torn ACL, Ian Rapoport of NFL.com reports.
Alonso suffered a knee injury while working out Tuesday, ESPN's Adam Caplan reports.
Lee (knee) was placed on the Cowboys' injured reserve list Tuesday and will consequently miss the entire 2014 season, ESPN reports.
McClain's rights have been traded from the Baltimore Ravens to the Dallas Cowboys, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports.
Vickerson has still not fully recovered from the dislocated hip he suffered back in November and it is unclear if he will be healthy for the start of training camp on July 24, the Associated Press reports.
Kolb (concussion) was arrested in Texas over the weekend on suspicion of operating a boat while intoxicated, CBSSports.com reports.
Smith will not have charges filed against him by the Los Angeles City Attorney for his April 13 arrest for making a false bomb threat at LAX airport, ESPN.com reports.
Dareus appeared in court Tuesday to schedule a nonjury trial for Sept. 9 to resolve a misdemeanor reckless endangerment charge stemming from late May, ESPN.com reports.
Taylor has expressed disappointment in having to take a pay cut to remain with the Steelers, ESPN.com reports.
Hill has focused on improving his route-running technique during the offseason, NJ.com reports.
Moore has fully recovered from acute compartment syndrome in his leg, the Los Angeles Times reports. He suffered the season-ending injury last November.
Colledge has signed a one-year contract with the Dolphins.
The arbitrator is expected to make a ruling regarding Graham's grievance hearing Thursday, the New Orleans Times-Picayune reports. Graham, who filed a grievance via the NFL Players Association on May 7, contended he had incorrectly been given a tight end franchise tag by the NFL Management Council.
Harris (knee) is scheduled to resume practice by July 28 but must get clearance from Dr. James Andrews in order to be fully cleared, Tulsa World reports.
While confirming that contract talks have occurred with the Browns, Hoyer's (knee) agent, Joe Linta, acknowledged that "it will be a very difficult deal to do," the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. "We're always open to talking with the Browns, but we're content to wait and see what happens down the road."
Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site estimates that Ellington could see about 20-to-22 touches a game this season.
Cameron reportedly looked sharp during the Browns' OTAs and minicamp, the team's official site reports.
ESPN's Mike Reiss suggests that it's likely the Patriots will keep three quarterbacks (Tom Brady, Ryan Mallett and Garoppolo) on their 53-man roster this season.
The Browns are reportedly trying to sign Hoyer (knee) -- who is in the last year of his deal -- to a contract extension, ESPN.com reports.
West has caught the eye of coach Mike Pettine, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. "He's already just flashed some of the things that made him special," Pettine said of the third-round draft pick. "For a big man to move the way that he moves, just some of the cuts that he's made. He's got dancer-type feet, but it's in a 230-pound man."
Jolly has been cleared by his doctors from his C-5/C-6 spinal fusion surgery, the Green Bay Press-Gazette reports.
When asked if he expects to start against the Steelers in Week 1, Manziel said, "absolutely," NFL.com reports.
Updating a prior report, Talib was not arrested Sunday morning in Dallas, Patrick Smyth of the Denver Broncos reports.
Following a report that Talib was arrested early Sunday morning in Dallas for public intoxication, ABC7 Denver later relayed that the Dallas Police Department issued a correction clarifying that it was the cornerback's brother, Yaqub Talib, who was involved in the reported incident.
Though he probably won't be leaned on as heavily as he was last season, Bell could still reach the 300-carry mark in 2014, according to ESPN's Scott Brown.
Baker appears to be ahead of both Dion Lewis and Chris Ogbonnaya on the depth chart, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.
Davis indicated that "it's not the end of the world" if he doesn't get a new contract, the San Jose Mercury News reports. "If I get it, that's good. It's moving slowly, but surely," Davis noted. "At the end of the day, if I don't get the deal, at least I tried and I put my foot down. If I don't get it at the moment, I'm not going to lose any sleep."
The Falcons have signed Roby, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Landry, who played 98 percent of the Jets' defensive snaps last season, will not necessarily be a starter in 2014, the New York Post reports.
Wilson hopes that an exam of his surgically-repaired neck slated for July 21 will clear him for contact in advance of training camp, ESPN.com reports.
Running backs coach Anthony Lynn hinted that the Jets are inclined to avoid over-using Johnson (knee), the Star-Ledger reports. "He's got some miles on him," Lynn noted. "So we're going to have to be strategic in how we use him, and when we use him, to keep him fresh so that he can be the explosive guy that I know that he can be."
The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel suggests that if Rodgers can display ability as an in-line blocker, he could compete for the Packers' starting tight end assignment.
Thompkins was reportedly impressive during the Patriots' OTAs and minicamp, the team's official site reports.
Bostick, who returned to the field in mid-June from the broken foot that he suffered last December, checked back in at 270 pounds, the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports.
Tuggle filled in for Brian Cushing (knee) during organized team activities and minicamp, CSN Houston reports. As Cushing's fill-in, Tuggle was charged with making the defensive play calls.
ESPN.com suggests that Heyward-Bey is not a lock to make the Steelers' final roster.
Brown stood out during the Steelers' offseason practices, ESPN.com reports. "He's just a different guy. He understands the concepts," receivers coach Richard Mann noted. "He's smoother. His body language is different."
Despite the buzz surrounding rookie running backs, Carlos Hyde and Marcus Lattimore, Kendall Hunter still has a shot at being the primary back up to Frank Gore this season, CSN Bay Area reports.
Gettis parlayed a minicamp audition with the Bucs into an invitation to training camp, the team's official site reports.
Lacy is healthy following an offseason spent resting and recovering, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
ESPN.com suggests that the Bears' No. 3 wideout assignment is Wilson's to lose.
Coach Marc Trestman suggested that Conte (shoulder) may not be available for the beginning of training camp, Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune reports.
The Jaguars have signed Robinson (hamstring) to a four-year contract, the Florida Times-Union reports.
The Chargers have signed Flowers, NFL Network's Albert Breer reports.
Tavecchio "will have to clearly outkick (Nate) Freese" to claim the Lions' kicking job, the Detroit Free Press reports.
It appears Freese would be the Lions' choice at kicker if the competition with Giorgio Tavecchio is close, the Detroit Free Press reports.
With Johnathan Franklin no longer in the Packers' backfield mix, Starks and DuJuan Harris slot in as Eddie Lacy's top backups, the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports.
Harris is fully recovered from his knee injury, the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports.
Rookie Jace Amaro is already ahead of Cumberland in pass-oriented personnel packages, according to Rich Cimini of ESPN New York.
Amaro is already ahead of Jeff Cumberland in pass-oriented personnel packages, according to Rich Cimini of ESPN New York.
The Miami Herald suggests that Moreno -- who is slated to undergo arthroscopic surgery on his left knee -- could return to practice before the Dolphins' Aug. 8. preseason opener.
Though Wilson (neck) still needs to gain medical clearance, GM Jerry Reese suggested that "all systems appear to be a go" with the running back, the Daily News reports.
Miller's teammate, Knowshon Moreno, is slated to have his left knee scoped this week, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports.
Omar Kelly of the Sun-Sentinel suggests that the arthroscopic procedure that Moreno is slated to undergo on his left knee will likely sideline the running back for 5-to-6 weeks.
Moreno, who is slated to undergo arthroscopic knee surgery this week, is in line to miss 4-to-5 weeks, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports.
The Bears have signed Mastrud, NFL.com reports.
Wilson (heel) has signed with the Bears, ESPN's Field Yates reports.
The Patriots have signed Easley to a four-year deal, the Boston Herald reports.
Taliaferro, who was originally scheduled for a court hearing Thursday stemming from a May 24 arrest for misdemeanor destruction of property and being drunk in public, was granted a continuance until July 31, the Baltimore Sun reports.
Maclin, who tore his right ACL in training camp last year, participated fully during the Eagles' OTAs and felt good in doing so, ESPN.com reports. "As far as all the routes, I'm doing them all," he noted. "We've had some plays where I've had to kind of stretch out and run out and kind of dig a little bit and I've made those plays. Plays [where] I've got to jump and catch the ball. I think the next step is actually getting tackled. Once you get past that I'm gonna be at 12 months anyway, so it's healed."
Bradford (knee) should be ready to go by the start of the preseason, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
With no reported setbacks in his recovery from a torn ACL and MCL, Gronkowski is aiming to be ready to suit up in Week 1, CBS Boston reports.
Finley (neck) -- who remains a free agent -- has not been cleared by the Packers' team doctors, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Bostick figures to be part of what the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel expects to be a wide open competition at tight end in training camp.
Rodgers, who made some nice catches in OTAs/minicamp, figures to be part of what the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel expects to be a wide open competition at tight end in training camp.
Blackmon's (suspension) playing status remains unclear, the Florida Times-Union reports.
Quarless missed the Packers' spring drills due to an undisclosed injury, the team's official site reports.
Misi (undisclosed) missed the last two days of mini-camp, according to the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.
Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer said he's open to Bridgewater beginning the season as the starting quarterback if he wins the job this summer, ESPN reports. "The one thing we never want to do is hold back progress here. We want to keep progressing, whether it's playing younger guys or getting better out on the field," Zimmer said.
Wayne has been running routes at the team's facility and his most recent checkup with doctors didn't show any fluid in his surgically-repaired knee, which Wayne says are signs he's ready to return from a torn ACL. "There's no reason why I shouldn't be ready [for training camp] in July," he told ESPN.
Robinson, who is coming back from a fractured sternum he suffered late last season, was cleared to return to this week's minicamp, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
Dennard is bouncing back from offseason shoulder surgery, the Boston Globe reports.
Boyce, who tweaked his right leg during Wednesday's warmups, did not participate in Thursday's final minicamp practice, the Boston Herald reports.
Perry missed the Packers' recent minicamp due to an undisclosed injury, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Moreno's undisclosed medical issue turns out to be knee soreness, and he could be a candidate for arthroscopic surgery, NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports.
Harrison signed with the Chiefs on Friday.
As expected, Orton sat out the entirely of this week's mini-camp.
Rivers has been playing with the ones in the top base defense along with Kiko Alonso and Brandon Spikes during minicamp practices, BuffaloBills.com reports.
Clowney (groin) would not say whether he'll be ready for the start of training camp, the Houston Chronicle reports. He underwent surgery to repair a sports hernia last week.
Johnson has been released by the Bears, the Baltimore Sun's Aaron Wilson reports.
Idonije has been released by the Bears, the Baltimore Sun's Aaron Wilson reports.
Franks will sign with the Ravens, the Baltimore Sun reports.
Ross will sign with the Ravens, the Baltimore Sun reports.
Crabtree's teammates say that he was never healthy last season but looks much better this year, the Sacramento Bee reports.
Carr is already stealing second-string snaps from Matt McGloin, the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Rice (knee) should be ready to practice when training camp starts, but coach Pete Carroll is unsure if the receiver will be good to go by the first day, Liz Mathews of 710 ESPN Seattle reports.
Williams was limited throughout OTAs and minicamp because his leg was less than 100 percent, WGR reports.
Britt was back at practice Thursday after leaving Tuesday's practice with a leg issue, Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Franklin will be forced to retire due to a neck injury, the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports.
The Falcons have waived Davis, D. Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Onobun will be released by the Bears on Thursday, the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
Coach Mark Trestman said he expects that Clausen will move on to training camp with the Bears, the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
Coach Mike McCarthy announced Thursday that Franklin (neck) will not be back with the Packers, the Green Bay Press Gazette reports.
Joseph (shoulder) expects to be a full participant when the Vikings open training camp on July 24, the Minneapolis Star-Tribune reports.
Robinson was dealing with a nerve issue that may have contributed to his ball security issues last season, the Florida Times-Union reports.
Miller (knee) is currently on track to be healthy enough to play in Week 1, although he may be limited in his snaps early on, ESPN.com reports.
Ball has been impressing coaches with his pass-catching ability during mandatory minicamp, which means he could see more snaps in passing situations this season, ESPN.com reports.
Selvie (shoulder) is expected to be fully healthy by the time training camp begins, Brandon George of the Dallas Morning News reports.
The Atlanta Journal_Constitution relays that Jones (right foot) was running at full speed while working out with trainers Thursday morning.
Newton (ankle) participated in 7-on-7 drills during Thursday's minicamp practice, the Charlotte Observer reports.
Easley (knee) participated in Thursday's minicamp practice, the Boston Herald reports.
Mallett (knee) has not been participating in team drills during the Patriots' minicamp, ESPN.com reports.
Dobson -- who underwent surgery on March 10 to repair a stress fracture in his left foot -- has yet to participate in any practice sessions open to the media this offseason, the Boston Herald reports.
Gronkowski, who is bouncing back from a torn ACL and MCL, was spotted running sprints up the side of a hill at the far end of the Patriots' practice field for about 10 minutes on Wednesday, the Boston Herald reports.
Boyce tweaked his right leg during warmups before Wednesday's practice, the Boston Herald reports.
Babin was released by the Jaguars on Thursday, NFL.com reports.
Moreno -- who has been limited at minicamp this week -- has reportedly been dealing with an unspecified medical issue, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports.
Lawson, who is switching from a 3-4 outside linebacker under last year's defensive coordinator Mike Pettine to a 4-3 defensive end in new coordinator Jim Schwartz's scheme, has been present at minicamp this week after staying away from OTAs, The Buffalo News reports.
Dobbins signed a one-year deal with the Falcons on Wednesday, D. Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal Constitution reports.
Dent has been traded to the Texans in exchange for quarterback T.J. Yates, Jason LaCanfora of CBS Sports reports.
Updating a previous report, Yates has been traded to the Falcons in exchange for linebacker Akeem Dent, Jason LaCanfora of CBS Sports reports.
Posey is a leading candidate to become Houston's starting slot receiver, the Houston Chronicle reports.
Keenum is now one of three quarterbacks on the roster after T.J. Yates was released, the Houston Chronicle reports. Ryan Fitzpatrick has been named the starter with Keenum and Tom Savage competing to back him up.
Finnegan (undisclosed) missed practice Wednesday, according to the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.
Misi (undisclosed) missed practice Wednesday, according to the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.
The neck injury that ended Franklin's 2013 season remains a concern, NFL.com reports.
Tuitt agreed to a four-year contract with the Steelers, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.
Offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg indicated that Smith is in line to get "70 to 75 percent" of the Jets' first-team QB reps at training camp, the Star-Ledger reports.
The Falcons do not plan to sign Vilma at this time, the ESPN.com reports.
Johnson (knee), who took part in individual workouts Wednesday, said that he will be ready for training camp in July, ESPN.com reports.
Vilma (knee) worked out for the Falcons on Wednesday, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Smith (shoulder) has not been cleared to practice, but he should be ready to go by training camp, CSN Bay Area reports.
Ivory rolled his ankle in practice Wednesday, ESPN's Rich Cimini reports.
Offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer suggested that the likes of Benny Cunningham, Tre Mason and Isaiah Pead will have an opportunity to push Stacy, the team's incumbent starter, for carries, ESPN.com reports. "We're just trying to create competition," Schottenheimer noted. "(Quarterback) Sam Bradford is going to compete. That's what we're trying to do and whoever wins the job, wins the job. But I expect to see multiple guys carry the football."
Williams (knee) participated in individual drills during Tuesday's minicamp practice, ESPN.com reports.
Charles, who missed last Thursday's practice because of personal reasons, was present for Tuesday's minicamp practice, the Kansas City Star reports.
Lattimore has impressed the Packers' coaches in OTAs, and he may see more defensive snaps this season, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Jones remains one of the Packers' starting inside linebackers, but teammate Jamari Lattimore could receive more playing time next season, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
The Jets have released Goodson (knee).
Dumervil, who played at around 250 pounds last season, decided to gain some weight in the offseason, ESPN.com reports.
Kelce (knee) participated in individual drills during the first day of Chiefs' mandatory minicamp Tuesday, ESPN.com reports.
Ford worked with the Chiefs' starters during the team's mandatory minicamp practice Tuesday, ESPN.com reports.
Houston did not report to Chiefs' mandatory minicamp Tuesday, ESPN.com reports.
Dareus was a full participant during Tuesday's minicamp after the team asked that he take some time away during OTAs, The Buffalo News reports.
Hatcher is slated to undergo a surgical procedure to "clean up" his knee, according to coach Jay Gruden.
Bortles signed a four-year contract worth $20.65 million on Wednesday, ESPN.com reports.
Romo (back) attempted to take part in team drills during Tuesday's minicamp by wearing Caleb Hanie's jersey, the Dallas Morning News reports. "I almost snuck in," Romo said with a smile. "I feel pretty good. I could go. I was going to take some seven-on-seven reps but I don't know how much that really helps, just to get those three or four reps today."
Lawrence has signed a four-year deal with the Cowboys, the Dallas Morning News reports.
Tavecchio remains in contention to take the Lions' kicking job, MLive.com reports.
The Lions continue to maintain that Freese will not be handed the starting kicking job despite Detroit selecting him in the draft last month, according to MLive.com
Moreno is still behind Lamar Miller on the depth chart, according to the Palm Beach Post.