- 49ers LB Eli Harold said he underwent toe surgery back in January and is 100 percent recovered. (Nick Wagoner)
- Harold took first-team reps at the Sam linebacker position during Wednesday’s practice.
- Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune writes that from a money standpoint, Bears LT Charles Leno has more at stack this season than anyone else on the team’s roster.
- Leno stands to make $1.797 million this year and Biggs says that the Bears would like nothing better than to be able to extend Leno, but a solid year could net him more than $9 million per year.
Broncos RB C.J. Anderson said he is completely recovered from his knee injury that ended his season last year.
“I’m good, ready to go,” Anderson said, via Pro Football Talk. “That’s the best way that I can sum it up. I feel really confident in my ability and in my knee. Everything is fine and ready to go. Of course, we’re still going to be smart and take things one day at a time. But, how I feel inside, I really feel good.”
Vikings DT Sharrif Floyd said he remains hopeful that he will make a full recovery from complications knee surgery and that it is a “matter of when” he returns.
“No one has said that,” Floyd said, via Andrew Krammer of the Star Tribune. “I think it’s just a rumor going around right now. But right now, I think everything is going to be all right. It’s just a matter of when.”
Floyd suffered nerve damage after undergoing surgery to repair knee injury back in September. He was not able to provide any details to his recovery.
“No one really knows what’s going on, you know?” Floyd said. “But again, I’m just trying to focus on the things I can control and hanging with my teammates.”