- According to Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk, former Browns free agent CB Ifo Ekpre-Olomu is visiting Dr. Neal ElAttrache this week to determine if he is, in fact, ready to return from an ACL injury that kept him out of last season.
- Florio reasons that the Rams could draw interest in Ekpre-Olomu since ElAttrache is a consultant for the team.
- Tim Kawakami assumes that the 49ers agree that QB Colin Kaepernick‘s rehab in Colorado is equivalent to reporting to the start of offseason activities at team headquarters in Santa Clara if a trade with the Broncos does not become finalized by Monday.
- Lions GM Bob Quinn said last week that the team is keeping tabs on a “few” free agent defensive ends. (Dave Birkett)
Seahawks S Kam Chancellor said that he’s not holding any grudges against the team for his holdout for a new contract last offseason that extended into the 2015 regular season.
“I learned that I’m a leader, that God put me on this earth to be a leader for my team, and the past is the past, and I’m here to lead my team to do exactly what I was created to do — nothing more, nothing less,” said Chancellor, via Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times. “I’m here to be the kind of man that helps pull through adversity for my teammates. The big brother, the leader, the captain, and that’s all I’m here to do and that’s what my vision is focused on right now.”