- Bryan Broaddus reports that Cowboys OLB Rolando McClain is in attendance for the start of mandatory minicamp on Tuesday.
- According to Rich Cimini, there’s no way the Jets will offer franchise DL Muhammad Wilkerson a similar contract to the six-year, $103 million extension signed by Eagles DT Fletcher Cox.
- Cimini believes there’s a very good chance that Wilkerson won’t report for the start of training camp.
- However, odds are still in favor of Wilkerson playing out the 2016 season under the franchise tag.
- In regards to Ryan Fitzpatrick, Albert Breer points out that minicamp is a checkpoint in the Jets’ current stalement with Fitzpatrick. Breer adds that Fitzpatrick missing practice time isn’t that big of an issue, considering that he has four years in Chan Gailey’s system.
“You can see a huge development over the last two years in the way he handles the offense now,” said Gronkowski, via MassLive.com. “He’s doing a great job going out there, listening to coaches and just working together with the whole team.”
Ravens former first-round S Matt Elam admitted that this is likely his last opportunity in Baltimore.
“This is my last chance, my last go-round,” Elam said, via BaltimoreRavens.com. “I’ve been here for three years, didn’t live up to what I wanted to live up to. It’s my chance to prove everybody wrong and prove it to myself. This is it, do or die, winner take all. Every day is a championship game for me.”