Redskins OT Trent Williams dealing with ankle issue
Williams recently visited a foot/ankle specialist and he said the injury does not need surgery to heal correctly. Williams added that he has lost 20 pounds to help take pressure off the ankle, but he will most likely be held out until training camp.
Report: Raiders sign return specialist Trindon Holliday
Holliday, who broke into the league with the Broncos, returned four kicks and punts for touchdowns during the 2012 and '13 seasons.
Cowboys RB Ryan Williams dealing with swelling in knee
Cowboys DE Greg Hardy misses Wednesday's OTA due to illness
Hardy did attend Tuesday's OTA practice. It is not known how long he'll be sidelined with the illness.
Jets hopeful Marcus Gilchrist will be healthy for training camp
Gilchrist has been limited during the team's offseason activities because of the shoulder issue.
Jets unsure if Ridley, Milliner will be ready for training camp
Ridley is trying to comeback from a torn ACL, while Milliner is recovering from a torn Achilles. Milliner has not been cleared to participate in team drills.
Chargers WR Malcom Floyd thinks this season will be his last
Floyd is considering retiring after the end of this season, per ESPN.com.
"My approach is to focus on now, and not trying to worry about what happens after this season," he said. "It can be a distraction. I'm just trying to throw all of my chips in this year, especially because it's the last year of my contract and just go all out, and worry about the rest later.
"But I've got four kids and it's taking time away from them. So I'm thinking about shutting it down at the end of this season."
Floyd caught 52 passes for 856 yards and six touchdowns last season.
Jets unsure if Muhammad Wilkerson will participate in minicamp
Wilkerson has not been participating in any of the team's offseason workouts as he holds out for a new contract. He is due $6.9 million in 2015.
If Wilkerson does return to the team, Bowles said he will be placed with the starting unit.
Panther QB Cam Newton: Mega contract won't alter style of play
"Nothing about this contract changes my approach to the game," Newton said. "I'm still going to be the person who's willing to win at all costs, but I have to understand what I mean to this team. We always have talks -- coach (Ron) Rivera and I, as well as Mr. (Dave) Gettleman -- about playing smart and being smart when I'm on the field. And I feel like I've done a great job to this point and will be more mindful of the hits that I take when running, and make this process go smoothly."
Newton gets hit more than any other quarterback in the NFL -- he's been hit 578 times since 2011 -- but a huge part of what makes him special is his ability to scramble and keep plays alive.
"He's going to play the way he does, and that's what you expect," coach Ron Rivera said. "In the back of your mind, it's not about the money. Somebody asked me, do you think the money will change him? I said no, he already had money. He had the rookie contract and all the endorsements. It ain't gonna change him.
"But knock on wood with something like that."
Newton threw for 3,127 yards and 18 touchdowns while leading his team to the playoffs last season.
Lions cut WR Erik Lora, re-sign RB Rasheed Williams
Lora signed with the Lions after a tryout during rookie minicamp last month.
The Lions signed Williams as an undrafted free agent but cut him because he wasn't able to practice with the team until he finished his final exams at Alfred State.
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