Corey Davis
Titans' Corey Davis: Says he could play in game if necessary
Corey Davis, WR, TEN
5/26/2017
News: Davis (ankle) said he could play a game right now if the Titans had one, but he's still on board with the team's decision to ease him into practice, ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky reports.

Davis was limited at rookie minicamp in mid-May and likely will continue as a partial participant throughout OTAs. He seems to have recovered from January surgery, but the Titans have little incentive to rush the No. 5 overall draft pick into action, presumably targeting June minicamp or training camp for his debut as a full practice participant. Davis may have to battle sophomore Tajae Sharpe for a starting job, but Sharpe's draft pedigree (fifth round) and poor rookie-season efficiency (6.3 yards per target) tilt the scale in Davis' favor. It does seem likely targets and touches will be spread around in Tennessee, as the team also selected wideout Taywan Taylor and tight end Jonnu Smith in the third round of the draft, bolstering an offense which already featured Sharpe, Rishard Matthews, Delanie Walker, DeMarco Murray and Derrick Henry. He'll have to earn his looks early in the season, but Davis does eventually figure to usurp Matthews and Walker for the right to serve as Marcus Mariota's favorite target.

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Brisly Estime
Jets' Brisly Estime: Waived/injured following Achilles tear
Brisly Estime, DB, NYJ
5/25/2017
News: Estime was waived/injured by the Jets on Thursday after he tore his Achilles during OTAs, ESPN's Rich Cimini reports.

The rookie out of Syracuse will miss the entire 2017 as a result of his injury, but he could return to the Jets and be placed on injured reserve if he clears waivers. Estime was not expected to carve out a role in the Jets' receiving corps as a rookie, but he had a chance to challenge Jalin Marshall for punt return duties.

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Justin Gilbert
Justin Gilbert: Given four-game suspension
Justin Gilbert, DB, PIT
5/25/2017
News: Gilbert has been suspended for the first four games of the 2017 season, Courtney Fallon of NFL Network reports.

Things continue to spiral for the former first-rounder, who was released by the Steelers early in the offseason. Now that he has an impending four-game suspension, Gilbert may have a harder time finding a team this summer than was already expected.

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C.J. Mosley
Ravens' C.J. Mosley: Not participating in OTAs
C.J. Mosley, ILB, BAL
5/25/2017
News: Mosley will not participate in OTAs after undergoing shoulder surgery in the offseason, Garrett Downing of the Ravens' official site reports.

The 24-year-old is still going through walk-throughs and workouts with the team but will not be on the field until he is 100 percent healthy. Head coach John Harbaugh did not disclose any sort of time table for the linebacker's return, so look for more updates to come throughout the offseason.

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Koa Misi
Dolphins' Koa Misi: Not participating in OTAs
Koa Misi, OLB, MIA
5/25/2017
News: Misi (neck) has not practiced during the Dolphins' OTAs thus far, Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports.

Misi, whose 2016 campaign was shortened to just three games due to a severe neck injury, still has some time before he can practice again, according to Dolphins coach Adam Gase. Upon his eventual return to full health, he'll be able to provide strength at outside linebacker as he heads into his eighth year with Miami.

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Maxx Williams
Ravens' Maxx Williams: Should be ready for training camp
Maxx Williams, TE, BAL
5/25/2017
News: Williams (knee) is expected to be ready for training camp, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports.

Williams spent the majority of his 2016 campaign on injured reserve with a knee injury after failing to record a single catch throughout the first four weeks of the season. According to coach John Harbaugh, the procedure Williams underwent to repair the damage was rare for a football player, but he's still expected to be ready for camp. Regardless of his health, he'll be subject to plenty of competition against a crowded tight end corps.

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Eric Wood
Bills' Eric Wood: Back at OTAs
Eric Wood, C, BUF
5/25/2017
News: Wood (leg) participated during Thursday's OTA, Bills insider Joe Buscaglia reports.

Wood was unable to participate throughout earlier OTA sessions as he continued his rehab from a broken leg, but he's back doing team drills Thursday.

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Mike Pouncey
Dolphins' Mike Pouncey: Not participating in first OTAs
Mike Pouncey, C, MIA
5/25/2017
News: Pouncey (hip) is present, but not participating during the Dolphins' first round of OTAs, James Walker of ESPN.com reports.

As expected, the Dolphins will proceed cautiously with Pouncey after he underwent a stem cell procedure in April. It's unclear at this point if he'll be ready for the start of training camp, but he remains on pace to at least be available by the time Week 1 of the regular season rolls around.

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Charles Johnson
Panthers' Charles Johnson: Limited during OTAs
Charles Johnson, DE, CAR
5/25/2017
News: Johnson (back) has been a limited participant during the Panthers' OTAs this week, Max Henson of the team's official site reports.

Johnson, who underwent a procedure to repair a herniated disc earlier in the offseason, is on pace for a full return at training camp. The 30-year-old doesn't have much to prove in Carolina, so the team can gradually ease him back into action if need be.

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Jaron Brown
Cardinals' Jaron Brown: Running routes at full speed on side
Jaron Brown, WR, ARI
5/25/2017
News: Head coach Bruce Arians said Brown (knee) is already running routes at full speed in individual drills, Kyle Odegard of the Cardinals' official site reports. "We're keeping him out of the team drills because I don't want to see him cut, but he's running routes full speed," Arians said. "He looks great. Actually, his computer numbers are faster than they've ever been."

Brown is ahead of schedule in his recovery from a torn ACL suffered in late October, with his partial participation in OTAs suggesting he could be ready for team drills by training camp. While Larry Fitzgerald and John Brown are locked in as the top two wide receivers, Jaron Brown might get a chance to push J.J. Nelson for the No. 3 job. On the other hand, Jaron Brown could find himself battling just to make the roster if he doesn't quickly return to pre-injury form, as the Cardinals have impressive depth at the back end of their wideout depth chart, where third-round rookie Chad Williams and converted running back Andre Ellington are joined by veterans Brittan Golden, Jeremy Ross and Aaron Dobson.

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