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  • Nick Harris C | CLE

    Browns' Nick Harris: Returns to action

    Harris is participating in OTAs after recovering from a knee injury, Dan Labbe of reports.

    Harris missed the entirety of last season after injuring his knee in August but is now back in action. The 2020 fifth-round pick will likely compete for a spot as a backup lineman heading into this season.

  • Tony Adams DB | NYJ

    Jets' Tony Adams: Healthy again

    Adams seems to be recovered from a head injury sustained last season, Zack Rosenblatt of The Athletic reports.

    Adams initially injured his head during the team's Week 18 loss to Miami but is now healthy again. The 24-year-old will compete for the backup spot behind Jordan Whitehead throughout the remainder of the summer.

  • Dolphins' Liam Eichenberg: Practicing again

    Eichenberg is back in practice after sustaining a hand injury Week 18 of last season, Hal Habib of The Palm Beach Post reports.

    Eichenberg is now back in action after appearing in only 10 games last season due to arm and hand injuries. The 2021 second-round pick is slated to start at left guard but has also seen reps at center during OTAs.

  • DaQuan Jones DE | BUF

    Bills' DaQuan Jones: Back in action

    Jones returned to action and was participating in OTAs on Tuesday, Bill Wippert of the Bills' official site reports.

    Jones suffered a calf injury during Buffalo's wild-card win against Miami but is now practicing once again. The 31-year-old registered 38 tackles (22 solo) and two sacks in 16 games last season and will likely be a key part of the Bills' defensive line rotation once again during the upcoming campaign.

  • Micah Hyde SS | BUF

    Bills' Micah Hyde: Participating in OTAs

    Hyde is participating in OTAs this week after recovering from a neck injury, Nick Sabato of the Niagara Gazette reports.

    Hyde logged seven tackles (four solo) in just two games last before spending the rest of the 2022 season on injured reserve. Now healthy, the 2013 fifth-round pick will look to return to form and serve as an anchor in Buffalo's secondary once again.

  • Darius Rush CB | IND

    Colts' Darius Rush: Dealing with injury

    Rush is dealing with a hamstring injury, Joel Erickson of The Indianapolis Star reports.

    Rush was selected by the Colts in the fifth round back in April, but now the rookie is missing time as a result of the injury. The 23-year-old will likely find himself competing for a depth spot once healthy.

  • Tyquan Lewis DE | IND

    Colts' Tyquan Lewis: Unavailable for practice

    Lewis (knee) remained unavailable for practice Friday, Joel A. Erickson of The Indianapolis Star reports.

    Lewis is still recovering from the torn patellar tendon he sustained in October and has yet to make his return to practice. The 28-year-old re-signed with the Colts this offseason, and once healthy, he'll compete with Samson Ebukam and Khalid Kareem, amongst others, for a reserve role on the defensive line.

  • Will Mallory TE | IND

    Colts' Will Mallory: Remains sidelined at practice

    Mallory (foot) was spotted in a boot Friday, James Boyd of The Athletic reports.

    Mallory is dealing with a right foot/ankle injury and was sidelined at practice Friday. The tight end was selected in the fifth round of the 2023 NFL Draft and is expected to compete for a reserve role behind Jelani Woods (hamstring) this season.

  • Colts' Andrew Ogletree: Unavailable for practice

    Ogletree (knee) remains sidelined at the Colts' OTAs, James Boyd of The Athletic reports.

    Ogletree suffered a torn ACL at practice last August and he's been slowly recovering since. Instead of rushing their second-year tight end back, the Colts seem adamant in taking their time with Ogletree. Once healthy, the 24-year-old will look to compete with the likes of Kylen Granson and Mo Alie-Cox for the reserve role behind starter Jelani Woods (hamstring).

  • Colts' Shaquille Leonard: Remains unavailable for practice

    Leonard (back) has yet to return to practice, James Boyd of The Athletic reports.

    Leonard is still recovering from his second back surgery, which he underwent in November. The linebacker appeared in just three games in 2022, recording 11 tackles, one pass deflection and an interception while he dealt with a concussion, a broken nose and a back injury. The Colts will likely continue to be cautious in their approach with Leonard ahead of the 2023 campaign in hopes to have their defensive leader available for Week 1 versus the Jaguars.

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