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  • Broncos' Courtland Sutton: No concern about OTA absence

    Broncos GM George Paton suggested Thursday that he isn't worried about Sutton's absence from voluntary offseason workouts, Zac Stevens of TheDNVR.com reports. "It's 100 percent voluntary," Paton said. "It's the first week of the offseason program. I've talked to Courtland. He's in a good place, and I'll just leave it at that."

    Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reported Tuesday that Sutton's absence from voluntary OTAs is related to wanting a new contract. The wideout has two years and approximately $27.6 million remaining on his current deal, with only $2 million of that guaranteed. It's not the type of situation with especially high risk for a holdout, and Sutton looks to be especially important for Denver's offense after the team traded WR Jerry Jeudy to Cleveland in the offseason. It's not yet clear who will start across from Sutton at wide receiver, nor is it clear who will get the nod under center Week 1. The Broncos still have a lot to work out this spring and summer, with the upcoming NFL Draft presumably being a piece of that puzzle.

  • Kerby Joseph DB | DET

    Lions' Kerby Joseph: Out until training camp

    Joseph (hip) will not be cleared to practice until training camp, Kyle Meinke of MLive.com reports.

    The report notes that Joseph is bouncing back from an offseason procedure to address a hip injury that he sustained in Week 2 of the 2023 season. Assuming he returns to health in time to begin the coming campaign, Joseph figures to serve as Detroit's starting free safety and is likely to rack up tackles and pass breakups in that role.

  • Coy Cronk OL | MIN

    Coy Cronk: Let go by Minnesota

    The Vikings waived Cronk (undisclosed) with a non-football injury designation on Thursday.

    The 26-year-old offensive lineman went undrafted out of Iowa in 2021, and his most recent in-game action came back in 2022 with the Jaguars. It's unclear what Cronk's injury is, but he'll remain a free agent while he recovers from his unspecified issue.

  • Kenyon Green OT | HOU

    Texans' Kenyon Green: Competing for starting role

    Texans' GM Nick Caserio told reporters Thursday that Green (shoulder) must earn his starting spot as the offseason progresses, Cole Thompson of USA Today reports.

    Green sustained a shoulder injury during the Texans' preseason finale that forced him to miss the entire 2023 season, but his rehab process has been going well and he could partake in voluntary offseason workouts this week. Once he's able to return to the field, the 2022 first-round pick is expected to compete with Kendrick Green for Houston's top left guard position.

  • Demetrius Taylor: Reinstated by NFL

    The NFL reinstated Taylor from suspension Thursday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.

    The 24-year-old defensive lineman has been reinstated after serving a one-year suspension for violating the league's gambling policy. Taylor has appeared in just one game and played 13 snaps across his NFL career, but he's now available to try and make his return to the field.

  • Rashod Berry DE | IND

    Rashod Berry: Reinstated from suspension

    The NFL reinstated Berry from suspension Thursday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.

    Berry was waived by the Colts shortly after receiving his one-year suspension for violating the NFL's gambling policy last offseason, but he's now been reinstated. During his two seasons in Indianapolis, the 27-year-old appeared in just eight games and recorded four total tackles. Now that he's been reinstated, Berry will attempt to make another roster this offseason.

  • C.J. Moore DB | DET

    C.J. Moore: Reinstated by NFL

    The NFL reinstated Moore from suspension Thursday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.

    Moore was suspended for violating the league's gambling policy last offseason, but he's now been reinstated by the NFL. The 28-year-old appeared in 56 games from 2019-2022, racking up 48 total tackles while primarily contributing on special teams. Detroit parted ways with Moore shortly after his suspension, so he's free to sign with any team now that he's reinstated.

  • Patriots' Chukwuma Okorafor: Likely starting in 2024

    Patriots' director of scouting Eliot Wolf told reporters Thursday that Okorafor is currently profiles as the team's starting left tackle, Danny Jaillet of USA Today reports.

    Okarafor spent the first six seasons of his career with the Steelers before getting picked up by the Patriots on Mar. 7. During his time in Pittsburgh, the 26-year-old appeared in 77 games and made 59 starts. New England could definitely still add tackle depth in the draft, but it seems as if the current plan is to have Okorafor start at left tackle in 2024.

  • Germain Ifedi OT | CLE

    Browns' Germain Ifedi: Signs with Cleveland

    The Browns signed Ifedi on Thursday.

    The veteran offensive lineman has appeared in 102 games (83 starts) across his seven-year NFL career, with his most recent in-game action coming back in 2022. Ifedi spent part of his 2023 campaign with the Browns' practice squad, and he's now expected to compete for a depth role on the team's offensive line as the offseason progresses.

  • Packers' Andre Dillard: Inks deal with Green Bay

    The Packers signed Dillard on Thursday.

    After one year in Tennessee, the 2019 first-round pick has agreed to terms with the Packers. Dillard has appeared in 59 games across his NFL career, tallying 19 total starts. He's expected to compete for a depth role on Green Bay's offensive line over the course of the offseason.

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