An Alabama judge has denied a motion to delay the start of McClain's trial for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest, and as a result the linebacker will probably miss the start of training camp, the Dallas Morning News reports.
Young was arrested July 9 on a felony charge of battery with serious bodily injury, the Detroit Free Press reports.
McClain's rights have been traded from the Baltimore Ravens to the Dallas Cowboys, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports.
Mathieu (knee) appears poised to start the season on the PUP list, FOX Sports 910 Phoenix 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."
Mathieu (knee) is close to returning to football activities, according to the Cardinals' official site.
Motta (neck) will begin training camp on the physically unable to preform list, AtlantaFalcons.com reports.
Peters (Achilles) will begin training camp on the physically unable to preform list, AtlantaFalcons.com reports.
Jones (foot) will be ready for the start of training camp, D. Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Davis is expected to miss six weeks after undergoing foot surgery, NFL.com reports.
Pierce, who underwent offseason rotator cuff surgery, indicated that he is fully cleared medically, Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun reports.
Cody (hip) was placed on the physically unable to perform list Friday, Aaron Wilson of The Baltimore Sun reports.
Thompson will have to battle for a roster spot, the Ravens' official website reports.
Brown is competing with rookie first-round draft pick C.J. Mosley for the starting job at weak-side inside linebacker, the Baltimore Sun reports.
Mosley is competing with Arthur Brown for the starting job at weak-side inside linebacker, the Baltimore Sun reports.
Spikes returned to practice Tuesday after being forced out of Monday's session because of cramps, The Buffalo News reports.
Lewis' teammate Jeff Tuel will be given a full shot at competing for the No. 2 quarterback job throughout training camp, BuffaloBills.com reports. Said coach Doug Marrone, "Sure, we have a battle for the second team quarterback. We're trying to find out who it's going to be and Jeff did a nice job in OTAs and he's earned himself some more reps."
Tuel will be given a full shot at competing for the No. 2 quarterback job with Thad Lewis throughout training camp, BuffaloBills.com reports. Said coach Doug Marrone, "Sure, we have a battle for the second team quarterback. We're trying to find out who it's going to be and Jeff did a nice job in OTAs and he's earned himself some more reps."
Carpenter's teammate Hopkins is only taking kickoffs during training camp so far and coach Doug Marrone has stated that's the way Hopkins will have a chance to make the team, BuffaloBills.com reports.
Hopkins is only taking kickoffs during training camp so far and coach Doug Marrone has stated that's the way he'll have a chance to make the team, not as a field goal kicker, BuffaloBills.com reports.
Dareus' attorney says the lineman has agreed to enter an NFL substance abuse program, the Associated Press reports.
Spikes left Monday's training camp practice due to muscle cramps and coach Doug Marrone isn't sure if he'll be able to return for Tuesday's session, BuffaloBills.com reports.
Caussin was signed by the Redskins on Monday, Howard Balzer of Lockerdome reports.
Dareus' inclusion on the Bills' non-football injury lists comes as a result of a failed conditioning test, NFL.com reports.
Graham is expected to play cornerback to start the season and will not be tried out at safety, BuffaloBills.com reports. Said GM Doug Whaley, "Corey brings us depth, so he helps us outside and nickel and I think in a pinch we would put him at safety, but I think we're going to concentrate on him in the corner position right now."
McKelvin (hip) was activated from the Active/PUP list and cleared for practice Saturday.
Dareus opened training camp on the Active/Non-Football Injury List on Saturday.
Williams claims his hamstring is at 100 percent health for training camp, The Buffalo News reports.
GM Doug Whaley implied Rivers will have a key role in the defense this season, BuffaloBills.com reports. Said Whaley, "I think he's actually a four-down player. I don't know which one is going to play Sam and Will, but he's going to have to step up and take the lead between him and [Brandon] Spikes and whoever takes the other one. I think he can play on special teams and passing downs and nickel situations."
GM Doug Whaley reported Friday that Alonso's surgery to repair a torn let ACL went well, according to BuffaloBills.com. Said Whaley, "He had his surgery and from all the reports we're getting it was a successful surgery. We're expecting him to be back after camp, let his swelling go down and do some rehab there. But he'll be back in Buffalo when we break camp."
GM Doug Whaley says the Bills have not heard anything from the NFL yet regarding a possible suspension of Dareus, according to Mike Rodak of ESPN.
McKelvin (hip) was placed on the active/PUP list on Wednesday, ESPN reports.
Caussin was released by the Bills on Wednesday, ESPN reports.
Alonso (knee) was placed on the active/non-football injury list on Wednesday, ESPN reports.
Manuel, who suffered through knee injuries that derailed his rookie season, said on an interview with "NFL's Total Access" that he's at full health entering his second NFL training camp. "Obviously, I didn't want to go down with an injury because I'm a competitive player. I go hard each and every time I step on the field. It just so happened that I had to come down with an injury. I moved past it. Thankfully, I am 100 percent healthy right now. I feel like I'm stronger than I was last year, so I'm looking forward to moving on."
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Kolb (concussion) was arrested in Texas over the weekend on suspicion of operating a boat while intoxicated, CBSSports.com reports.
Hardy, who last week appealed a guilty verdict for assaulting a female and communicating threats, may avoid being suspended this season, since his pending jury trial is likely to occur after the upcoming campaign, the Charlotte Observer reports.
Newton (ankle) was limited in his mobility, while participating in throwing sessions with Panthers receivers last week, the Charlotte Observer reports.
Hardy was found guilty of assaulting a female and communicating threats on Tuesday, the Charlotte Observer reports.
Hardy pleaded not guilty to charges of communicating threats and assaulting a female in court Tuesday morning, the Charlotte Observer reports.
Newton (ankle) will meet with the Panthers' receiving corp for throwing sessions next week, USA Today reports.
Stewart is healthy and should be able to participate in training camp later this month, the Panthers' official website reports.
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.
Conte's (shoulder) availability for the beginning of Bears training camp remains in doubt, the Chicago Tribune reports.
Hall (Achilles), despite currently being listed on the Bengals' PUP list, is expected by coach Marvin Lewis to practice when training camp begins on Thursday, the Bengals' official website reports.
Atkins (knee) will remain on the Bengals' PUP list and sit a few days before taking the field during training camp, the team's official website reports.
McCarron has been placed on the non-football injury list with a shoulder injury, Joe Reedy of the Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Jones has been placed on the non-football injury list with an ankle injury, Joe Reedy of the Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Hall (Achilles) will open camp on the PUP list, the Baltimore Sun reports.
Atkins (knee) will open camp on the PUP list, the Baltimore Sun reports.
Gilbert has signed a four-year contract with the Browns worth $12.83 million, the Akron Beacon Journal reports.
Coach Mike Pettine indicated Monday that the Browns expect to name their starting quarterback by the team's third preseason game, ESPN.com reports. "It's definitely still up in the air," Pettine said with regard to the upcoming job battle between Manziel and Brian Hoyer.
Coach Mike Pettine indicated Monday that the Browns expect to name their starting quarterback by the team's third preseason game, ESPN.com reports. Pettine added that he wants to hold a "fair" competition between Hoyer (knee) and Johnny Manziel before making the decision on who will start at QB for the team in Week 1.
The Browns have no plans to cut Gordon, and the team expects him to report to training camp Friday, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. "We're expecting him to report on Friday and be on the field," coach Mike Pettine said. "We have no plans to cut him I know there's been a lot of debate over that, but I don't see us having that debate."
Gordon's agent, Drew Rosenhaus, confirmed Thursday that his client is appealing his suspension and has a hearing coming up, the Akron Beacon Journal reports.
Benjamin (knee) said Thursday that he doesn't expect to be placed on the physically unable to perform list, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.
Hoyer (knee) declared that he will be "no doubt" 100 percent healthy when training camp starts later in July, NFL.com reports.
Hawkins figures to be a key cog in the Browns' offense this coming season, NFL.com reports.
Gordon was arrested Saturday morning on a DWI charge in Raleigh, North Carolina, Akron Beacon Journal writer Nate Ulrich reports.
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.
Melton (knee) is expected to be medically cleared to begin training camp, the Dallas Morning News reports.
With Kyle Orton officially no longer in the Cowboys' plans, Weeden will enter the season as Tony Romo's backup.
Orton was released by the Cowboys on Tuesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Beasley could see more opportunities as an outside receiver in 2014, Todd Archer of ESPNDallas reports.
Lee (knee) was placed on the Cowboys' injured reserve list Tuesday and will consequently miss the entire 2014 season, ESPN reports.
Dreessen (knee) was designated by the Broncos as released/failed physical on Tuesday, the team's official site reports.
Hagg announced his retirement Monday, the Denver Post 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.
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.
Roosevelt signed with the Bills on Monday, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports.
Roosevelt was released by the Lions on Friday, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press 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."
Broyles continues to make "good progress" in his return from an Achilles injury, the Detroit Free Press reports.
|GREEN BAY PACKERS|
Rodgers is expected to fight for extensive early playing time behind currently projected starting tight end Andrew Quarless, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Packers offensive coordinator Tom Clements indicated the team intends to get Lacy more involved in all aspects of the offense during the upcoming season, NFL.com reports. "We haven't sat down and figured out 'X' number of carries for Eddie," Clements said, "But we want to get him touches, trying to get him more involved in all aspects of the game."
Rodgers and head coach Mike McCarthy hope to run 75 plays per game this season, ESPN.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.
The Texans have released Smelley, cbslocal.com reports.
Johnson was at the Texans' facility Monday in order to get some work in on learning the team's new offense, ESPN.com reports.
Nix (knee) was placed on the PUP list Monday, Fox 26 in Houston reports.
Cushing (knee) was placed on the PUP list Monday, Fox 26 in Houston reports.
Jackson lined up as a slot cornerback during the preseason and will continue to get reps there in training camp, CSN Houston reports. "I think it's going pretty good," Jackson said of playing on the inside. "Definitely a lot of fun in there, a lot of opportunity, a lot closer to the ball so I definitely have some chances to make some plays and stuff. It's been fun and I think I've been learning pretty well."
Clowney (groin) still hasn't been cleared to start training camp, the Houston Chronicle reports.
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.
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."
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.
Bradshaw (neck) has been cleared for practice, Stephen Holder of the Indianapolis Star reports.
Wayne, who tore his right ACL last October, -- indicated that he has been cleared for training camp, Kevin Bowen of Colts.com reports.
Ballard (knee) indicated that he's been cleared for football activities, Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star reports.
The Falcons have signed Angerer (knee), ESPN's Vaughn McClure reports.
Brazill (suspension) was released by the Colts on Friday.
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.
Babin has agreed to terms with the Jets, NJ.com reports.
Lee (ankle) expects to be ready for the start of training camp Friday, Jaguars.com reports."Everything's good," Lee said. "I'm pretty much cleared. They still want me to take it slow as far as right now. During camp, that's when I pick it up. We've got a while before we actually put on pads, so by that time pads come on, I should be OK."
Robinson (hamstring) is expected to be a full participant in training camp, Jaguars.com reports.
Sanders is taking a leave of absence from football and is facing a four-game suspension for violating the league's substance abuse policy, the Florida Times-Union reports.
The Jaguars have placed Sanders (unspecified issue) on the non-football injury list, NFL.com reports.
The Falcons have signed Ebert, ESPN.com reports.
Johnson will open camp as the Jaguars' fourth running back, the Florida Times-Union reports.
Robinson will enter training camp as the Jaguars' third running back, the Florida Times-Union reports.
Todman will serve as the Jaguars' backup running back to Toby Gerhart this season, the Florida Times-Union reports.
Gerhart will carry most of the burden in the Jaguars' backfield this season, the Florida Times-Union reports. "Toby will be our workhorse," offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch said. "Toby has the ability to do it all. He can catch it well. He can pass protect well, and he's going to be in the game a lot third down, base downs, short-yardage, passing downs."
Watson may begin training camp on the physically unable to perform list, after undergoing sports hernia surgery in late June, The Florida Times-Union reports.
Lee agreed to terms on his rookie contract with the Jaguars on Wednesday, the team's official website reports.
The Jaguars' No. 4 receiver spot is "Sanders' for the taking," the Florida Times-Union reports.
The Jaguars believe that Gratz has a chance to be a building block for the defense, the team's official site reports.
Robinson's (hand) nerve damage has healed, Jaguars.com reports.
|KANSAS CITY CHIEFS|
Charles, who wants to renegotiate his contract, will not report for training camp Wednesday, according to NFL.com.
Houston, who had skipped the Chiefs' mandatory minicamp in June, will report to training camp on time, NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports.
While ESPN.com notes that the Chiefs believe that Charles will report to training camp on time, kwch.com suggests that the running back, who is seeking a raise, will not be present when the Chiefs' veterans report to training camp on Thursday.
During the Chiefs' three-day minicamp for rookies and selected veterans, Daniel has generally been the first quarterback to replace starter Alex Smith, ESPN.com reports.
Murray indicates that his surgically-repaired knee is feeling good, the Kansas City Star reports. "The knee is great," Murray said. "It really has been feeling fantastic. Minicamp and OTAs went awesome. I really had no problems with the knee at all, and had no limitations. So I look forward to continue to get it stronger, to build confidence and get better every day."
Williams, who is bouncing back from an ACL tear, has a chance to compete for Chiefs' slot receiver job, previously held by Dexter McCluster, ESPN.com reports.
Kelce is fully recovered from microfracture surgery on his knee, but he admitted that he still needs to build up the muscles in his leg, The Kansas City Star reports.
Wallace may act as a kick returner during the 2014 campaign, the National Football Post reports. "I might get back there for kickoff returns," he said. "I just want to be on the field making an impact for my team. I've always wanted to return kicks ever since I've been in the NFL."
The suspension of Dion Jordan should mean that Vernon will open the season as the starting right defensive end.
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.
Jarius Wright took most of the first team reps at slot receiver in spring practices and is seen in a battle with Simpson for the job, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
Wright took most of the first team reps at slot receiver in spring practices and is seen in a battle with Jerome Simpson for the job, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
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.
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.
|NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS|
According to coach Bill Belichick, Gronkowski (knee) has been medically cleared to play, the Patriots' official site reports.
Easley (knee) has been placed on the non-football injury (NFI) list by the Patriots, the team's official site reports.
Though Gronkowski (knee) hasn't been placed on the Patriots' active/PUP list in advance of training camp thus far, ESPN.com suggests that the designation could still be an option for the tight end before the team's first training camp practice on Thursday.
Dobson (foot) will open training camp on the PUP list, ESPN reports.
Dennard (shoulder) will open training camp on the PUP list, ESPN reports.
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."
Paul Perillo of Patriots.com suggests that all signs point toward Gronkowski (knee) being ready to go for Week 1.
White, who has drawn comparisons to teammate Shane Vereen, looked smooth running pass routes this spring, according to ESPN's Mike Reiss.
|NEW ORLEANS SAINTS|
Jenkins (chest) was placed on the PUP list (physically unable to perform) on Monday, reports ESPN.com. It had previously been reported that Jenkins underwent a minor pectoral surgery this summer but that he was expected to be healthy in time for training camp.
Graham signed a four-year, $40 million contract with the Saints on Tuesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Graham appealed the July 2 decision that ruled he's deserving of the franchise tag as a tight end and not a wideout, Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network 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.
|NEW YORK GIANTS|
Wilson (neck) looked quick during the Giants' first practice on Tuesday, the Daily News reports.
Williams saw work as the Giants' goal-line back during Tuesday's practice, ESPN.com reports.
Beckham "tweaked" his hamstring during Tuesday's practice, according to GM Jerry Reese, Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News reports.
Beckham indicated Tuesday that his hamstring is "feeling a lot better," Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News reports.
McClain, who was carted off the practice field Tuesday, underwent X-Rays on his left foot that came up negative, the Star-Ledger reports.
McClain was carted off the field with a left foot injury during Tuesday's first day of training camp, Newsday reports.
Robinson remains on track to compete for the Giants' top tight end job, the team's official site reports.
Beason (foot) will open training camp on the PUP list, the Baltimore Sun reports.
Wilson (neck) declared via Twitter on Monday that he's been cleared for contact, the New York Daily News reports.
Brown, who tore his ACL during the preseason last year, expects to be able to participate fully in training camp, the Daily News reports.
|NEW YORK JETS|
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."
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Sylvester was signed by the Bills on Wednesday, ESPN reports.
Bryant, at 6-foot-4, could be used to fill the touchdown void created by the Steelers' loss of Emmanuel Sanders and Jerricho Cotchery, according to Steelers.com. "He's a big guy, different from what we've had, as far as his length," said wide receivers coach Richard Mann. "We feel like we can utilize his talents in the red zone."
Moye is "on the bubble" in terms of making the Steelers' 53-man roster, according to ESPN.com.
|SAN DIEGO CHARGERS|
Woodhead signed a two-year contract extension with the Chargers on Tuesday, NFL.com reports.
English was released by the Chargers on Tuesday, the team's official website reports.
|SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS|
Davis reported to training camp on Wednesday, the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Patton is a likely candidate to earn a spot on the 53-man roster heading into training camp, CSN Bay Area reports.
Ellington is a likely candidate to make the 49ers' 53-man roster, CSN Bay Area reports.
Johnson is the front-runner to win the third receiver role heading into training camp.
Williams (ankle) was placed on the physically unable to perform list Friday, Matt Maiocco of CSN Bay Area reports.
Smith was sentenced to 12 days in jail stemming from a DUI and weapons charges, NBC Bay Area reports.
Ellington will begin camp on the non-football injury list, Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun reports.
Lattimore (knee) will begin training camp on the non-football injury list, ESPN Insider Field Yates reports.
Harvin is expected to return kickoffs this season, The Seattle Times reports.
|ST. LOUIS RAMS|
Austin has completely healed from his ankle issues and looks more comfortable heading into training camp this season, the Associated Press reports.
Dunbar was arrested and charged with battery and disorderly conduct for his role in a fight outside a Miami Beach nightclub early Sunday, ESPN.com reports.
Armstrong could have a big role in training camp and should see more playing time, Nick Wagoner of ESPN reports.
|TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS|
Moore was released by the Buccaneers on Tuesday, Greg Auman of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Foster is expected to start at middle linebacker, but he may have some competition in the form of offseason acquisition Dane Fletcher, ESPN.com 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."
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."
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.
Bowen (knee) will open training camp on the Redskins' PUP list, CSN Washington reports.
Hatcher (knee) will begin training camp on the Redskins' PUP list, CSN Washington reports.
Briscoe has signed with the Cowboys, ESPN reports.
Robinson has an uphill battle to make the roster this season, the Washington Post reports. The team signed and draft many new receivers.
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.
Jackson has been suspended indefinitely for violating the NFL Policy and Program for Substances of Abuse, NFL.com reports.
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.
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."