- Bills WR Marquise Goodwin failed to qualify for the Olympic long jump Sunday night, according to Andy Young.
- Goodwin was taking part in the U.S. Olympic Trials, but couldn’t finish in the top three, which means he’ll now report to Bills’ training camp in the coming weeks.
Lions GM Bob Quinn isn’t ruling out signing a few veterans at some point this summer.
“I think there’s a chance that we could add some players here between now and (the start of training camp),” Quinn mentioned during an appearance on Sirius NFL Radio, via DetroitLions.com.
“Our roster sits at 89 as we speak right now, so we actually do have one roster spot that we could fill in the next few weeks. There are certain veteran free agents that we have spoken to over the last couple months that we’re keeping tabs on. I’m never going to say never about acquiring a good player.”
Michael Cohen of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel writes that this training camp could be LB Carl Bradford’s last shot with the Packers.
Bradford was drafted as an outside linebacker, but was asked to move inside last year. He admits that he’s still trying to figure things out in the Packers’ defensive system.
“I have a couple preseason games from last year, but it’s hard to identify myself and say, ‘This is what I am as an inside guy,‘” Bradford said. “I’m still trying to figure that out, in a sense, and hopefully this season I will definitely know.”