Brandon Marshall has returned to Jets OTAs Tuesday.
Marshall joined Eric Decker by skipping OTA's last week to show support for their QB getting a new contract. Marshall has always shown that he will go above and beyond to be a leader for his team and this is his way of expressing it in New York. Marshall and Decker would much rather have Ryan Fitzpatrick at Quarterback than Geno Smith and they are making that known.
Eric Decker has returned to Jets OTAs Tuesday.
It's been pretty obvious that Decker is a strong supporter of Ryan Fitzpatrick receiving a healthy contract from the Jets, and many speculate that Decker skipped OTA's last week because the Jets reportedly "low-balled" Fitzpatrick in an initial offer. Decker and Fitzpatrick are also represented by the same agency. Nevertheless, Decker has reported to the Organized Team Activities and appears ready to begin moving forward with the season.
Nate Chandler will visit with the Lions this week.
All teams could use some extra bodies up on the offensive line and the Detroit Lions are no exception. Quarterback Matthew Stafford would love for the team to bring in some extra bodies so he can stay upright this season.
Dennis Pitta hopes to make an impact this season after two injury filled seasons.
It's been a tumultuous two years for Pitta. He's dealt with serious injuries, but according to various reporters, Pitta is looking strong at OTAs. Pitta hasn't played in a game since 2014 and barring anything crazy, his long awaited return will be a big boost for the Ravens passing attack. His best season as a professional came in 2012 when he caught 61 passes for 669 yards and seven touchdowns.
Seantrel Henderson has undergone two surgeries to his intestines this offseason with one occurring in just the last month.
It has been a weird offseason for Henderson who was reportedly M.I.A. for a chunk of it and the Bills had no idea where he was. But that all changed on Monday as The Buffalo News reported that he has been recovering from two surgeries to help deal with the diagnosis of Chron's Disease that he received last season and one of the surgeries involved reattaching an intestine after trying to remove the effected area. He is certainly in no shape to practice in the OTAs however, he and the Bills remain hopeful that he will be fully ready for training camp in August.
Dion Jordan will apply for reinstatement Wednesday.
The former third-overall pick in the 2013 draft missed all of the 2015 season serving a suspension and six games in the 2014 season stemming from failed drug tests. According to Jordan, he hasn't taken drugs in two years and passed two tests last week which should go in his favor but we have seen Roger Goodell be a stickler about drug suspensions and proving that you are indeed clean and being honest about being clean. He was a surprising pick out of Oregon when the Dolphins took him and has mostly been a bust to this point, but perhaps a year away from the sport will rekindle any fire he previously had and he will come back a new player, or at least that's what Miami is hoping for.
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