- Former NFL QB Daunte Culpepper mentioned that it’s high unlikely that he’ll be playing in the NFL ever again (Orlando Sentinel)
- Baylor WR Josh Gordon will enter the 2012 Supplemental Draft (Adam Caplan)
- Former Steelers tackle Trevis Turner has been suspended for four games. (Aaron Wilson)
- The Cardinals see Andre Roberts as a great fit to play in the slot. (ESPN.com)
- George Bremer believes that running back Donald Brown needs to take advantage of his opportunities this year, if not he might not be a Colt in 2013.
- Clyde Gates looks to be the Dolphins No. 4 or 5 receiver behind Legedu Naanee and Roberto Wallace on the team’s depth chart. (South Florida Sun-Sentinel)
- Dolphins fourth-round pick RB Lamar Miller “showed explosive change-of-direction ability” during the team’s OTAs. (Sporting News)
- Eagles fourth-round pick CB Brandon Boykin will have an opportunity to secure the team’s nickel corner and starting kick returner positions. (Sporting News)
- ESPN.com’s Dan Graziano current favorite to open the season as the No.3 receiver is Domenik Hixon. He thinks that, if he’s healthy, he’s got the best chance to land that position.
- Former Tulsa quarterback G.J. Kinne cleared waivers and is now a free agent again. (Aaron Wilson)
- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel’s Tyler Dunne thinks safety Jerron McMillian will need to make up a lot of ground to be a serious candidate
- Tight end Brody Eldridge suspended first four games of season for PEDs. He was acquired on waivers in the offseason from the Colts. (Howard Blazer)
- Offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan expect LG Kory Lichtensteiger to be his starter, if healthy. (Redskins.com)
- Saints sign fifth-round pick CB Corey White and seventh-round pick OT Marcel Jones to four-year contracts (Pro Football Talk)
- Leon Washington is expected to be the Seahawks “undisputed change-of-pace back“ (ESPN.com)