- Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk, citing a source with knowledge of the situation, reports that the NFLPA is still assessing whether to proceed with the collusion case against the Broncos and Cowboys.
- According to Florio, the NFLPA has not lifted the notice requiring the teams to preserve any emails, text messages, or other documents that could be relevant to the case.
- Florio adds that a decision to pursue a case against these teams could come down to whether they feel strongly about the evidence that has been harvested.
Texans team physician Dr. Walt Lowe mentioned that former No. 1 overall pick Jadeveon Clowney “looks spectacular” seven months removed from undergoing microfracture surgery.
“The real goal in the end is to have him be who he was before he got hurt,” Lowe said, via Tania Ganguli of ESPN.com.
- Vic Carucci of The Buffalo News reports that Bills OC Greg Roman actually had Chris Foerster as his first choice to coach their offensive line.
- However, HC Rex Ryan reportedly preferred to hire Aaron Kromer as offensive line coach, even though neither he nor Roman had any history of working with him.
- Steve Corkran of RaiderBeat.com takes a look at five players who could end up being on the roster bubble this summer including: OL Menelik Watson, QB Matt McGloin, OL Tony Bergstrom, DT Stacy McGee, and RB Taiwan Jones.