“Mo is and always had been a team-first player and is willing to put the team ahead of his own contractual status. Mo loves being a member of the Jets and would prefer to finish his career in New York.”
- According to Matt Barrows of the Sacramento Bee, the 49ers’ Week 1 starting offensive line could consist of LT Joe Staley, LG Brandon Thomas, C Daniel Kilgore, RG Erik Pears, and RT Alex Boone.
- Falcons OT Jake Matthews participated in OTA’s Tuesday, which was the first action he’s seen since undergoing Lisfranc surgery. (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
- Falcons S William Moore also participated on a limited basis for the first time this off-season after undergoing what was described as “significant” shoulder surgery. (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
- Jason La Canfora reported via twitter that Sam Bradford doesn’t seem to be back fully from his latest ACL tear
- According to La Canfora, Bradford appeared to be “lumbering” at times during OTA’s.
Patriots owner Robert Kraft is hopeful that the team will have quarterback Tom Brady under center in Week 1.
“We’re part of a system and we’ll follow the rules, and it’s our hope that opening game here, we’ll have the privilege of having everyone who deserves to be on the field starting that game. I know that’s what our fans want and that’s what we want,” Kraft said via Pro Football Talk.