- Matt Barrows of the Sacramento Bee mentions that Reggie Bush has been the first running back to go through each drill and appears to have taken over Frank Gore‘s role in the team’s offense.
- The Bears signed veteran CB Tracy Porter to a one-year deal worth $870,000, but the agreement includes no guaranteed money. (Aaron Wilson)
- Porter will count $585,000 against the team’s salary cap.
- Ian Rapoport points out that the Buccaneers hold the No. 1 waiver priority, which means they could place a waiver claim for recently released TE Tim Wright if they wanted to add some more depth at the position.
- The Bucs dealt Wright to New England as part of the Logan Mankins trade, so this would essentially be a one-year rental if they were to claim him.
Colts owner Jim Irsay told reporters on Wednesday that there’s nothing new in regards to a long-term contract extension for QB Andrew Luck.
“Nothing [new] right now on Andrew,” Irsay said, via Zak Keefer of the Indianapolis Star. “We know we’re going to get him done and he’s going to be here for a very long time.”
Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk writes that it makes sense for the Colts to at least broach the subject now, given that waiting would likely only drive up Luck’s asking price.