Bengals TE Tyler Eifert is practicing almost without limitations at OTA’s despite surgery for a broken ankle suffered last October.
“I’m doing pretty much everything,” said Eifert via the Cincinnati Enquirer’s Fletcher Page. “There’s a couple things here and there but for the most part it’s all doing everything with the guys.”
- Bengals DT Ryan Glasgow says he expects to be cleared to participate in training camp after tearing his ACL in 2018.
- Per Sports Illustrated’s Albert Breer, Bengals second-round TE Drew Sample looked good during OTA’s and could allow TE Eifert to work more as a receiver.
- Browns RB Duke Johnson was not in attendance for the first day, but does plan to attend OTA’s. (Mary Kay Cabot)
- Browns WR Odell Beckham attended the first day of Brown’s OTA’s on Tuesday. (Chris Mortensen)
Ravens G Marshall Yanda said he considered retirement at one point last season.
“Last year, if I did end the season on IR, I probably was going to retire,” Yanda said via Pro Football Talk. “You don’t want to push your body too much. I love this game and it’s the reason I play it, because I really love doing it. But you don’t want to get to that point where you’re too beat up by the game.”
- According to the Athletic’s Mark Kaboly, Vikings TE Kyle Rudolph makes some sense for the Steelers if he’s released.
- The Steelers don’t have a lot of cap space, but they could use a second tight end behind Vance McDonald, who has had issues staying healthy and is the only experienced tight end on the roster.