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  • Rodney Adams WR | NYJ

    Rodney Adams: Cut with designation

    The Jets cut Adams on Monday with a non-football illness designation, Aaron Wilson of reports.

    Adams had linked a reserve/future deal with the Jets back in January, but he will now need to search for an opportunity elsewhere once fully healthy. He spent most of the 2021 season on Chicago's practice squad and appeared in one game with the team.

  • Malkelm Morrison: Stepping away

    Morrison was placed on the reserve/retired list Monday, Aaron Wilson of reports.

    Morrison recently joined the Raiders after impressing the organization during an invite to their rookie minicamp. The Army product appears to have decided not to continue with football, though, and this move will allow the Raiders to maintain his rights if he decides to play again.

  • Bryce Watts DB | PIT

    Bryce Watts: Cut by Steelers

    Watts (undisclosed) was waived from injured reserve by the Steelers with an injury settlement Monday, Aaron Wilson of reports.

    Watts was reverted to IR last Tuesday after clearing waivers. He had recently joined the Steelers as an undrafted free agent, but he'll now look to earn a chance elsewhere if he can prove he is healthy.

  • Ledarius Mack DE | CHI

    Ledarius Mack: Gets cut Monday

    Mack (undisclosed) was waived off injured reserve Monday, Field Yates of ESPN repots.

    Mack reverted to injured reserve May 10 after he was waived with an injury designation. He appeared in three games for the Bears last season, recording three tackles.

  • Chris Slayton: Gets cut Monday

    Slayton was waived by the 49ers on Monday, David Lombardi of The Athletic reports.

    Slayton spent last season on San Francisco's practice squad and also has spent time with the Steelers, Falcons and Giants in previous years. The 25-year-old has yet to appear in an NFL game and now will look to earn the opportunity to do so elsewhere.

  • Jerry Jeudy WR | DEN

    Broncos' Jerry Jeudy: Dealing with tight back

    Jeudy didn't participate in the Broncos' first OTA on Monday due to back tightness, Mike Klis of 9News Denver reports.

    Per George Stoia III of The Denver Gazette, Jeudy's lack of activity was known at the start of practice, but the reason for it was not. Klis described the injury as "mild," so the Broncos appear to be taking a cautious approach with one of their top wide receivers. Jeudy remains in some legal limbo due to a recent incident with the mother of his child, for which he was arrested on suspicion of criminal tampering with a domestic violence enhancer. His next court appearance is scheduled for May 31.

  • Joe Ostman DE | PHI

    Joe Ostman: Gets cut Monday

    Ostman (undisclosed) was released by the Eagles with a failed physical designation Monday, Aaron Wilson of reports.

    Ostman hasn't played since 2020 and spent last season on IR after being waived with an injury designation in August. In a corresponding move, the Eagles claimed Jimmy Moreland off waivers.

  • Browns' Reggie Robinson: Inks deal

    Robinson (undisclosed) re-signed with the Browns on Monday, Field Yates of ESPN reports.

    Robinson was waived by the Browns on Thursday with a failed physical designation, after being claimed off waivers from the Texans, who claimed him off waivers from the Cowboys, all over the last 10 days. He missed the 2021 season due to a toe injury, but it's unclear if that was the cause of the initial failed physical. Robinson will work to stick with Cleveland and earn a spot on their roster this coming season.

  • Broncos' Graham Glasgow: Makes appearance

    Glasgow (ankle) is at OTAs on Monday, Troy Renck of Denver 7 News reports.

    Glasgow suffered a fractured ankle Week 9 against the Cowboys, ending his season early. Whether or not the six-year veteran will be able to participate in organized activities is not yet known.

  • Rashaad Penny RB | SEA

    Seahawks' Rashaad Penny: Nursing hamstring injury

    Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said Monday that Penny is resting a slight hamstring issue during the start of Seattle's voluntary OTAs, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports.

    Penny agreed to a one-year, $5.75 million contract this offseason to return to Seattle after finishing with 119 carries for 749 yards and six touchdowns -- all career highs -- across 10 appearances last season. If healthy, Chris Carson (neck) is a candidate to lead the backfield in 2022, but the Seahawks have hinted that they have doubts he'll be ready for the start of the regular season, per Gregg Bell of The Tacoma News Tribune. In any case, Penny and second-round pick Kenneth Walker are the current healthy options for the starting job. Regardless, Penny, a 2018 first-rounder, appears to be a vital piece to Seattle's backfield moving forward, so the team likely will be cautious with his minor hamstring injury this offseason.

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