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  • Percy Butler WAS SAF
    Commanders' Percy Butler: Active at OTAs
    2d ago

    Butler (wrist) is participating at Washington's organized team activities, Stephen Whyno of the team's official website reports.

    Butler missed the final two games of the 2023 season due to a wrist injury. The severity of the injury was unknown at that time, but his presence at OTAs indicates his health is back up to par. He projects to start at free safety in the upcoming season opposite Jeremy Chinn.

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  • Jonathan Allen WAS DE
    Commanders' Jonathan Allen: Participating at OTAs
    2d ago

    Allen (knee) is a full participant at Washington's organized team activities, Zach Selby of the team's official website reports.

    Allen missed the 2023 regular-season finale with a knee injury, but his full participation at OTAs indicates his health is back up to par. The 2017 first-round pick accumulated 53 tackles (30 solo), including 5.5 sacks, last year, and he projects to once again start on the Commanders' interior defensive line in the upcoming season.

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  • Tua Tagovailoa MIA QB
    Dolphins' Tua Tagovailoa: Drops weight, awaits extension
    2d ago

    Coach Mike McDaniel said at OTAs that Tagovailoa, who continues to vie for a contract extension beyond his fifth-year option, has dropped between 10 and 15 pounds this offseason, Joe Schad of the Palm Beach Post reports.

    Tagovailoa has been an on-and-off participant at OTAs for Miami, but McDaniel made clear that his attendance schedule has been a non-issue. The quarterback added weight last offseason in order to protect himself, and coupled with training to reduce impact taken when falling to the ground, that allowed Tagovailoa to play a full 17-game slate for the first time in his NFL career. It appears that the signal-caller is now putting in the work to get more mobile while keeping the traits that have added to his durability, with McDaniel noting that Tagovailoa is looking "svelte." Both sides will continue negotiations on a multi-year extension, though Alain Poupart of SI.com notes the possibility of Tagovailoa playing out the 2024 season on his fifth-year option can't be entirely dismissed.

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  • Chris Rodriguez Jr. WAS RB
    Commanders' Chris Rodriguez: Likely RB3 for Washington
    2d ago

    With the Commanders not selecting a running back in last month's draft, Rodriguez profiles as the team's No. 3 option at running back behind Austin Ekeler and Brian Robinson,Ben Standig of The Athletic reports.

    Per Standig, Rodriguez, who's presumably past his late-season ankle issue, appears to be the clear early-down backup to Robinson. However, with Ekeler also in the mix and destined to see plenty of touches, notably in passing situations, Rodriguez doesn't initially have a path to steady volume as the 2024 season approaches. As a rookie, the 2023 sixth-rounder recorded 51 carries for 247 yards and two TDs to go along with two catches for 12 yards in 13 regular-season contests. Also currently in the Commanders' depth RB mix are Jeremy McNichols, Austin Jones and Michael Wiley (thumb).

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  • Dustin Hopkins CLE K
    Browns' Dustin Hopkins: Past hamstring injury
    2d ago

    Coach Kevin Stefanski relayed earlier this week that Hopkins has recovered from the hamstring injury he sustained last December, Scott Petrak of BrownsZone.com reports.

    The injury sidelined Hopkins for the Browns' last two regular-season games, as well as the team's playoff loss to the Texans. Per Petrak, Hopkins wasn't initially present for this week's voluntary OTAs, but once the kicker returns to the mix, he'll be set to lead a kicking corps that also includes Cade York and Lucas Havrisik.

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  • Damarion Williams BAL CB
    Ravens' Damarion Williams: Back in gear
    2d ago

    Williams is participating in drills during OTAs, Ryan Mink of the Ravens' official site reports.

    Williams went to Baltimore's injured reserve list with an undisclosed injury back in January, but he's now apparently healthy enough for football activities again. After the Ravens added Nate Wiggins and T.J. Tampa during April's draft, Williams might have to fight just to garner a spot on the 2024 roster.

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  • Tua Tagovailoa MIA QB
    Dolphins' Tua Tagovailoa: Drops weight, awaits extension
    2d ago

    Coach Mike McDaniel said at OTAs that Tagovailoa, who continues to vie for a contract extension beyond his fifth-year option, has dropped between 10 and 15 pounds this offseason, Joe Schad of the Palm Beach Post reports.

    Tagovailoa has been an on-and-off participant at OTAs for Miami, but McDaniel made clear that his attendance schedule has been a non-issue. The quarterback added weight last offseason in order to protect himself, and coupled with training to reduce impact taken when falling to the ground, that allowed Tagovailoa to play a full 17-game slate for the first time in his NFL career. It appears that the signal-caller is now putting in the work to get more mobile while keeping the traits that have added to his durability, with McDaniel noting that Tagovailoa is looking "svelte." Both sides will continue negotiations on a multi-year extension, though Alain Poupart of SI.com notes the possibility of Tagovailoa playing out the 2024 season on his fifth-year option can't be entirely dismissed.

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  • Bo Nix DEN QB
    Broncos' Bo Nix: Part of three-way job battle
    2d ago

    Coach Sean Payton has made it clear Nix, Jarrett Stidham and Zach Wilson are competing for the starting QB job, ESPN.com's Jeff Legwold reports.

    Payton said Thursday that Nix is "farther along" than most rookies would be at the same juncture, citing Nix's intelligence and NCAA QB record of 61 starts as likely explanations for his ability to learn the Denver offense quickly. The rookie first-round pick opened Thursday's practice with the starters, but Payton downplayed the significance afterward, mentioning that Stidham got more first-team snaps Tuesday and Wilson took the majority Wednesday. Payton said all three are doing well so far and expressed confidence that the Broncos have a good QB room, though he also used the term "orphan dogs" to describe the trio of Nix, Stidham and Wilson.

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  • Daniel Jones NYG QB
    Giants' Daniel Jones: Expects to be ready by Week 1
    3d ago

    Jones (knee) said Thursday he anticipates starting Week 1, Kevin Patra of NFL.com reports.

    Jones has been participating in 7-on-7 drills at OTAs and said "I don't have any doubt about it" when asked whether he'd suit up to take on the Vikings in Week 1. Additionally, he's already shed his knee brace in workouts, and all signs are that his recovery from a right ACL tear is proceeding smoothly. Jones signed a four-year, $160 million extension last offseason, but that may not give him significant job security if he logs an uninspiring 2024 campaign given both his injury history, and his terrible start to the 2023 season. It may not even be out of the realm of possibility that Drew Lock pushes for the Giants' starting gig, should he log a strong offseason.

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  • Lamar Jackson BAL QB
    Ravens' Lamar Jackson: Drops weight over offseason
    3d ago

    Jackson said Wednesday that he dropped weight over the offseason in an effort to be more agile in 2024, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports.

    Jackson was listed at 215 pounds last season and 225 during the 2022 season. Earlier this month, Jackson indicated he was closer to 205 pounds, but it's unclear if that's his intended playing weight. An even more elusive Jackson would be dangerous to opposing defenses, and adding Derrick Henry and getting Mark Andrews back to full health after his season was derailed by a broken ankle could make the Baltimore offense even more lethal in 2024.

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  • Anthony Richardson IND QB
    Colts' Anthony Richardson: Takes part in 11-on-11 drills
    4d ago

    Richardson (shoulder) returned to full-squad workouts at OTAs this week and has been throwing in 11-on-11 drills, Kevin Bowen of 107.5 The Fan Indianapolis reports.

    Richardson, who turned 22 years old Wednesday, reportedly showed no signs of still being hampered by the right shoulder injury that ended his rookie campaign after just four games. While the Colts won't don full pads at practice until training camp, Richardson looks to be operating without restrictions at this point. The second-year quarterback said the shoulder he had surgery on feels "a little achy," but that the plan is for him to practice in full unless soreness crops up. Barring any serious setbacks, the ultra-athletic Richardson will be a popular breakout candidate for 2024 fantasy drafts.

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  • Deshaun Watson CLE QB
    Browns' Deshaun Watson: Continues to progress
    4d ago

    Head coach Kevin Stefanski said Wednesday that Watson is throwing every other day as the quarterback continues his rehab from a season-ending shoulder injury, Daniel Oyefusi of ESPN.com reports.

    Per Oyefusi, Watson threw passes during Tuesday's session but didn't do so Wednesday, though he did participate in individual and team drills. In regard to how Watson has looked during OTAs, Stefanski noted that the quarterback "looked like himself." Watson underwent surgery last November to repair a displaced fracture to the glenoid in his right shoulder, so the Browns are proceeding deliberately with their top signal-caller in anticipation of him being ready for Week 1. With Watson not throwing Wednesday, Jameis Winston and Tyler Huntley took the bulk of the reps in team drills.

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  • Chris Rodriguez Jr. WAS RB
    Commanders' Chris Rodriguez: Likely RB3 for Washington
    2d ago

    With the Commanders not selecting a running back in last month's draft, Rodriguez profiles as the team's No. 3 option at running back behind Austin Ekeler and Brian Robinson,Ben Standig of The Athletic reports.

    Per Standig, Rodriguez, who's presumably past his late-season ankle issue, appears to be the clear early-down backup to Robinson. However, with Ekeler also in the mix and destined to see plenty of touches, notably in passing situations, Rodriguez doesn't initially have a path to steady volume as the 2024 season approaches. As a rookie, the 2023 sixth-rounder recorded 51 carries for 247 yards and two TDs to go along with two catches for 12 yards in 13 regular-season contests. Also currently in the Commanders' depth RB mix are Jeremy McNichols, Austin Jones and Michael Wiley (thumb).

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  • La'Mical Perine PIT RB
    Steelers' La'Mical Perine: Inks deal with Pittsburgh
    3d ago

    Perine and the Steelers agreed on a one-year contract Thursday.

    Perine was waived by Kansas City this past Friday and it took less than a week for him to find a new home in Pittsburgh. The running back compiled 77 rushing yards on 22 carries while also recording three catches for 33 yards over five games with Kansas City in 2023. He'll be in line to operate as a depth option for the Steelers behind Najee Harris and Jaylen Warren if he secures an active roster spot in 2024.

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  • Dalvin Cook BAL RB
    Dalvin Cook: Hopes for training camp chance
    3d ago

    Cook said Thursday he hopes to compete in training camp this offseason with a new team, Kevin Patra of NFL.com reports.

    Cook said he wants to participate fully in training camp this offseason to "get my legs back under me and feel like myself again." The veteran back is coming off the worst season of his career by a good margin, but says if given a chance to compete, he believes he'll be able to impress new coaches and teammates. Cook averaged just 3.2 yards per carry across 15 games with the Jets last year, and he made a minimal impact after linking up with Baltimore in the postseason.

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  • Travis Etienne JAC RB
    Jaguars' Travis Etienne: Workload to decline?
    3d ago

    Doug Pederson said during OTAs that the Jaguars want to lean on Etienne less during the 2024 campaign in order to keep him healthy, Michael DiRocco of ESPN reports.

    Pederson said it's "hard to put necessarily a rep count" on Etienne's weekly touches, but that looking ahead to 2024 season the coaching staff is "making sure [Tank Bigsby] gets opportunities to get out there and take some of the pounding off of [Etienne]." As DiRocco notes, Etienne finished 2023 accounting for 76 percent of the running back touches for Jacksonville, a high workload that coincided with a disappointing rookie showing for Bigsby. If either D'Ernest Johnson or Bigsby can emerge as a more consistent backup, fantasy managers shouldn't be surprised if Etienne's total touches do indeed decrease this season. While that would certainly represent a blow to Etienne's fantasy ceiling, the 2021 first-round pick does his damage more with efficiency and speed than grinding out carries between the tackles. Jacksonville picked up Etienne's fifth-year option earlier this offseason, which keeps him under contract through 2025.

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  • Patrick Laird TB RB
    Patrick Laird: Cut by Tampa Bay
    4d ago

    Laird was waived by the Buccaneers on Wednesday, Brianna Dix of the team's official site reports.

    Laird signed a reserve/future contract with the team in January after spending last season on the Bucs' practice squad. The 28-year-old hasn't seen NFL action since 2021 with the Dolphins, but he'll now look to secure another opportunity elsewhere ahead of training camp.

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  • Avery Williams ATL RB
    Falcons' Avery Williams: Participating in OTAs
    4d ago

    Williams (knee) participated in OTAs on Tuesday, Tori McElhaney of the Falcons' official site reports.

    Williams missed the entire 2023 campaign after tearing in his ACL in an offseason workout, but he looks to have made a full recovery from knee surgery. Since entering the NFL in 2021, Williams has primarily operated as a return man, accumulating 445 punt-return yards and 803 kick-return yards across two seasons. Now that Williams has returned to the field, he's expected to compete for a role on special teams and as a depth option in the backfield.

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  • Christian Watson GB WR
    Packers' Christian Watson: Feels more confident in hamstring
    2d ago

    After undergoing eight hours of testing at the University of Wisconsin's School of Medicine earlier in the offseason, Watson believes he has solved his right hamstring issues that have caused him to miss several games through his first two seasons, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.

    "For me, it really was the asymmetry between the legs," Watson explained. "It comes from a lot of things. Obviously, the issues I've had in the past with hamstrings, not fully recovering from those strength-wise. I've been attacking the strength side of it, trying to get that symmetry back and it's been huge for me. I feel really, really good. I gotta continue grinding at it." Watson states he had a 20 percent difference in muscle mass between his right and left legs, but it's now between 8-10 percent. His goal is six percent. Watson was a full participant in OTAs, and getting him through a healthy offseason would be a big first step. He's the most explosive weapon in a deep Green Bay wideout room -- Watson has averaged 15 yards per catch over his first two seasons.

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  • D'Wayne Eskridge SEA WR
    Seahawks' Dee Eskridge: Taking part in OTAs
    2d ago

    Eskridge (ribs) has been an active participant at the Seahawks' OTAs, Tim Weaver of Seahawks Wire reports.

    Eskridge ended the 2023 campaign on injured reserve with a rib injury, but he now appears to be fully healthy at OTAs. The 27-year-old re-signed with Seattle in March after failing to record a reception over 16 offensive snaps in four games last season. The wide receiver has operated primarily as a return-specialist over the last two years, a role that he'll likely remain in with the Seahawks in 2024.

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  • Bryce Ford-Wheaton NYG WR
    Giants' Bryce Ford-Wheaton: Participating in OTAs
    3d ago

    Ford-Wheaton (knee) was an active participant at the Giants' team OTAs this week, Dan Duggan of The Athletic reports.

    Ford-Wheaton missed the entirety of last season after suffering a torn ACL in the preseason, but he now looks to be all set to return to the field in 2024. The wide receiver joined New York as an undrafted free agent in 2023 after a senior campaign with West Virginia in which he secured 62 receptions for 675 yards and seven touchdowns and he'll attempt to crack the Giants' active roster in order to make his NFL debut this year.

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  • Nikko Remigio KC WR
    Chiefs' Nikko Remigio: Participating in OTAs
    3d ago

    Remigio (wrist) has been an active participant at Kansas City's team OTAs, Matt McMullen of the team's official website reports.

    Remigio spent the entirety of the 2023 campaign on Kansas City's reserve/injured list with a wrist injury, but he now appears to have fully recovered. The wide receiver has an uphill battle to make the team's active roster in 2024, competing with the likes of Montrell Washington, Cornell Powell and Phillip Brooks to do so.

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  • Samori Toure GB WR
    Packers' Samori Toure: Active for OTAs
    3d ago

    Toure (knee) was an active participant at the Packers' first week of OTAs, Brandon Carwile of Packers Wire reports.

    Toure missed the the Packers' regular season finale and both of the team's playoff contests last year while nursing a knee injury, but looks to be back to full strength ahead of the 2024 campaign. The wide receiver will likely provide Green Bay with an added depth option behind the likes of Christian Watson, Romeo Doubs and Jayden Reed once again this season.

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  • John Ross PHI WR
    Eagles' John Ross: Signs with Eagles
    3d ago

    Ross and the Eagles agreed on a one-year contract Thursday.

    Ross announced in late November that he was attempting an NFL comeback after temporarily retiring in July and he participated in Philadelphia's rookie minicamp in April. The wide receiver was selected in the first round of the 2017 NFL Draft after posting a blazing 4.22 second 40-yard dash time at the combine, but he has yet to really ever find his groove in the league. Ross last appeared in an NFL contest in 2021, securing 11 receptions for 224 yards and a touchdown over 10 games with the Giants and he'll likely operate primarily as a special-teams option if he cracks the Eagles' active roster in 2024.

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  • Albert Okwuegbunam PHI TE
    Eagles' Albert Okwuegbunam: Active for OTAs
    2d ago

    Okwuegbunam (hamstring) has been participating in the Eagles' team OTAs, Fran Duffy of Big News Network reports.

    Okwuegbunam was placed on injured reserve with a hamstring injury in late December, but he looks to be 100 percent ahead the 2024 season, his second campaign with the Eagles. The tight end appeared in four games with Philadelphia last year, failing to catch his only target. Okwuegbunam will likely operate in a depth role this season behind the likes of Dallas Goedert and newly-acquired C.J. Uzomah (knee).

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  • Lawrence Cager NYG TE
    Giants' Lawrence Cager: Good to go for 2024
    3d ago

    Cager (groin) has been an active participant at the Giants' OTAs, Dan Duggan of The Athletic reports.

    Cager finished the 2023 season on injured reserve with a groin injury, which he has now fully recovered from. The tight end appeared in 11 games with the Giants last season, catching four passes for 36 yards and a touchdown while operating primarily as a special-teams player, a role he'll likely remain in if he cracks the active roster in 2024.

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  • Hunter Long LAR TE
    Rams' Hunter Long: Participating in OTAs
    3d ago

    Long (knee) has been a participant at the Rams' OTA sessions, Cameron DaSilva of Rams Wire reports.

    Long finished the 2023 campaign on injured reserve following MCL surgery, but he now looks to be fully healthy heading into the 2024. The tight end appeared in four games last season, failing to garner a target while playing 54 offensive snaps and he projects to be a depth option behind Tyler Higbee (knee), Colby Parkinson and Davis Allen this year.

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  • Cole Fotheringham LV TE
    Raiders' Cole Fotheringham: Active for OTAs
    3d ago

    Fotheringham (hamstring) has been participating in the Raiders' OTA sessions.

    Fotheringham suffered a hamstring injury in the team's Week 17 matchup with the Colts before signing a reserve/future contract with the Raiders in January. He now looks to be a full go ahead of the 2024 campaign after he appeared in two contests with Las Vegas last season, reeling in his only target for six yards while playing 21 offensive snaps. The 26-year-old will attempt to carve out a reserve tight end role this season behind Michael Mayer and Brock Bowers.

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  • Greg Dulcich DEN TE
    Broncos' Greg Dulcich: Close to return
    3d ago

    Dulcich (hamstring/foot) worked on a side field during Thursday's OTA, Ryan McFadden of The Denver Post reports.

    On the plus side, Zac Stevens of TheDNVR.com relays via coach Sean Payton that Dulcich is "close" to practicing and should be doing so "sooner than later." Dulcich, who was limited to just two regular-season appearances in 2023, thus is expected to be ready before training camp, per Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site. At that stage, the 2022 third-rounder will have an opportunity to claim a key role in Denver's passing offense, while operating in a TE corps that also includes Adam Trautmanand Lucas Krull.

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  • Darren Waller NYG TE
    Giants' Darren Waller: Not at OTAs
    3d ago

    Coach Brian Daboll relayed Thursday that Waller remains absent from the Giants' OTAs, Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News reports.

    Waller's absence isn't surprising given that he's considering retirement, but Daboll indicated that the Giants plan to give the 31-year-old tight end the time he needs to make a call on his plans for 2024."[We will] let Darren take what [time] he needs to take, and once the decision is made, we'll go from there," Daboll noted Thursday. If Waller elects not to play this season, Daniel Bellingerwould be the next man up in a TE corps that also currently includes Theo Johnson, Jack Stoll, Chris Manhertz, Lawrence Cager and Tyree Jackson.

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  • Dustin Hopkins CLE K
    Browns' Dustin Hopkins: Past hamstring injury
    2d ago

    Coach Kevin Stefanski relayed earlier this week that Hopkins has recovered from the hamstring injury he sustained last December, Scott Petrak of BrownsZone.com reports.

    The injury sidelined Hopkins for the Browns' last two regular-season games, as well as the team's playoff loss to the Texans. Per Petrak, Hopkins wasn't initially present for this week's voluntary OTAs, but once the kicker returns to the mix, he'll be set to lead a kicking corps that also includes Cade York and Lucas Havrisik.

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  • Graham Gano NYG K
    Giants' Graham Gano: Kicking during OTAs
    4d ago

    Gano (knee) participated in OTAs on Tuesday, per the Giants' official site.

    Gano played in the first eight games of 2023 before landing on the IR in November due to a left knee injury that required season-ending surgery. He was back on the field doing kicking drills during OTAs on Tuesday. Gano finished the 2023 season having gone 11-for-17 on field-goal attempts while making all eight of his extra-point tries.

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  • Lucas Havrisik CLE K
    Lucas Havrisik: Loses spot
    12d ago

    Havrisik was waived by the Browns on Tuesday, Aaron Wilson of KPRC 2 Houston reports.

    Havrisik signed a reserve/future contract with Cleveland in January after the Rams waived him. He was expected to at least have the opportunity to compete with Dustin Hopkins (hamstring) and Cade York for the team's kicker job in 2024, but instead, he'll become a free agent once again.

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  • Chad Ryland NE K
    Patriots' Chad Ryland: Set to compete with veteran kicker
    24d ago

    Ryland is slated to face competition from veteran kicker Joey Slye, who is in line to sign with the Patriots, Mark Daniels of masslive.com reports.

    A fourth-round pick of the Patriots in the 2023 NFL Draft, Ryland is coming off a rookie campaign in which he made just 64 percent of his field-goal attempts (16 of 25). Though the Maryland product has a strong kicking leg, he'll need to display better accuracy in the coming months in order to hold off the challenge presented by the 28-year-old Slye, who connected on 79.2 percent of his field-goal tries with the Commanders last season.

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  • Joey Slye NE K
    Patriots' Joey Slye: Gets opportunity with New England
    24d ago

    Slye has agreed to a deal with the Patriots, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports.

    After being released by the Jaguars earlier this week, it didn't take long for the 28-year-old to catch on with another team. With the Commanders last year, he made 19 of his 24 field-goal tries and 32 of his 35 extra-point attempts across 17 regular-season games. Now that he's with the Patriots, Slye will have an opportunity to compete with 2023 fourth-rounder Chad Ryland, who is coming off an inconsistent rookie campaign for New England.

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  • Joey Slye JAC K
    Joey Slye: Replaced by rookie
    26d ago

    The Jaguars released Slye on Tuesday.

    Slye inked with Jacksonville as a free agent back in March, but he's now lost his spot on the roster to rookie sixth-round pick Cam Little. Meanwhile, Riley Patterson remains with the Jaguars as potential offseason competition for Little. Slye converted 19 of 24 field-goal tries and 32 of 35 extra-point attempts across 17 games with Washington last season.

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  • Percy Butler WAS SAF
    Commanders' Percy Butler: Active at OTAs
    2d ago

    Butler (wrist) is participating at Washington's organized team activities, Stephen Whyno of the team's official website reports.

    Butler missed the final two games of the 2023 season due to a wrist injury. The severity of the injury was unknown at that time, but his presence at OTAs indicates his health is back up to par. He projects to start at free safety in the upcoming season opposite Jeremy Chinn.

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  • Jonathan Allen WAS DE
    Commanders' Jonathan Allen: Participating at OTAs
    2d ago

    Allen (knee) is a full participant at Washington's organized team activities, Zach Selby of the team's official website reports.

    Allen missed the 2023 regular-season finale with a knee injury, but his full participation at OTAs indicates his health is back up to par. The 2017 first-round pick accumulated 53 tackles (30 solo), including 5.5 sacks, last year, and he projects to once again start on the Commanders' interior defensive line in the upcoming season.

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  • Damarion Williams BAL CB
    Ravens' Damarion Williams: Back in gear
    2d ago

    Williams is participating in drills during OTAs, Ryan Mink of the Ravens' official site reports.

    Williams went to Baltimore's injured reserve list with an undisclosed injury back in January, but he's now apparently healthy enough for football activities again. After the Ravens added Nate Wiggins and T.J. Tampa during April's draft, Williams might have to fight just to garner a spot on the 2024 roster.

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  • Cory Trice PIT CB
    Steelers' Cory Trice: Nearly back to full speed
    2d ago

    Trice said Wednesday that he'll be fully clear for training camp, Alan Saunders of SteelersNow.com reports.

    Trice was forced to miss his entire rookie season last year due to a ruptured ACL he sustained in August, but he's now on track to play in 2024. However, Pittsburgh traded for Donte Jackson in March and drafted Ryan Watts in April, so Trice won't be guaranteed playing time or even a roster spot.

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  • Mazi Smith DAL DT
    Cowboys' Mazi Smith: Still recovering from surgery
    2d ago

    Smith is rehabbing his shoulder during OTAs, Nick Harris of the Cowboys' official site reports.

    Smith underwent surgery at the beginning of the offseason for an issue which plagued him during his rookie year, and he still seems to be bothered by it a couple months later. If and when he's healthy, he projects to play a significant role on Dallas' defensive line in 2024.

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  • DeMarvion Overshown DAL LB
    Cowboys' DeMarvion Overshown: Still rehabbing
    2d ago

    Overshown (knee) is working with a rehab group off to the side during OTAs, Nick Harris of the Cowboys' official site reports.

    Overshown sustained a ruptured ACL back in August and had to sit out his entire rookie season as a result. With Leighton Vander Esch now retired and Rashaan Evans a free agent, Overshown should have a chance to earn a significant role at linebacker this season, provided he continues to recover at his current rate.

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