Varga suffered a concussion roughly nine months ago, but earlier this month was cleared to return to football activities. Despite previous reports indicating he intended to play during the 2016 season, Varga has now changed his mind and will hang up the cleats, as he doesn't want to risk his future health any further. Varga spent just one year in the league, seeing action in three games, while providing two rushing yards and 18 reception yards.
Johnson, 35, was with the Colts last season after spending the first 12 years of his career with the Texans. His one year in Indianapolis did not go well, as he lost playing time and targets over the course of the season. It didn't help that Andrew Luck had an injury-marred season, but Johnson never fit with the team's plans. The Titans, whose wide receiving corps was one of the least productive units in the league last season, could be looking to add a dependable target for second-year quarterback Marcus Mariota.
Sweezy will miss the beginning of training camp with an undisclosed injury. The former Seahawk signed with the Buccaneers in March in order to replace Logan Mankins at left guard. He did not participate in OTA's, but can return to the field as soon as he is medically cleared by staff.
Wagenmann is likely to miss the beginning of training camp, although the severity of the injury is still unknown. He can return to the field once he is medically cleared.
Townsend, son of the Los Angeles Raiders' all-time sack leader by the same name, is an undrafted rookie out of USC. When cleared by the team, he will compete for a spot along the defensive line.
Rucker will start training camp on the sidelines as he nurses a foot injury that could be related to the ankle surgery he underwent during the offseason. The veteran defensive end signed a one-year extension with Arizona back in June and figures to compete for a starting role with the departure of Darnell Dockett.
The veteran corner will now miss the beginning of training camp as he continues to nurse his foot after undergoing surgery back in April. Bethel is the favorite to win the starting corner position across from Pro-Bowler Patrick Peterson, but a prolonged absence during training camp could complicate the situation. The Cardinals signed veteran Mike Jenkins recently and drafted two rookie corners that could compete for the starting gig.
An undrafted rookie out of Stanford, Scarlett will compete for a roster spot once cleared by the team. However, after playing as a defensive end in college, he'll need to make the transition to linebacker at the professional level.
The severity of the injury is unknown but the undrafted rookie free agent will miss the beginning of his first training camp as a result. He can be taken off the non-football injury list at any point.
The severity of the injury is still unknown, but the undrafted cornerback will now begin his training camp on the sidelines. The 5-foot-9 corner can be taken off the NFI list at any point.