- According to Omar Kelly of the Sun Sentinel, free agent RB Knowshon Moreno is unlikely to play football in 2015 because his knee “isn’t right.”
- Broncos HC Gary Kubiak said that he has settled on a starting offensive line unit as they head into training camp of LT Ty Sambrailo, LG Ben Garland, C Gino Gradkowski, RG Louis Vasquez, and RT Chris Clark. (Mike Klis)
Packers WR Jordy Nelson (hip) was able to participate in Wednesday’s OTA practice for the first time.
“We’re right where we want to be,” Nelson said, via Rob Demovsky of ESPN. “We set a plan at the beginning, and we’re hitting every target. We feel good and like I said a couple of weeks ago, we’ll be ready to go by training camp.”
- Albert Breer reports that the NFLPA is looking into the potential violation of the CBA by the Patriots for their decision to sit CB Malcolm Butler out of offseason workouts for three weeks after he missed the first practice.
However, Freeman adds that “they are going terribly or acrimoniously; it’s that they are just stagnant.”
A Seahawks player tells Freeman that Wilson will likely use this situation — assuming he doesn’t get a new extension — as motivation for the upcoming season.