The placed placed 10 players on the PUP list fro training camp. Williams is still in the recovery process from knee surgery last season. Lawson, the 19th overall selection of this year's draft, is possibly in danger of missing the entire 2016 season following shoulder surgery.
Watkins is still not quite fully recovered from a broken foot. Coach Rex Ryan has stated that his oft-injured wide receiver will be ready to go in plenty of time for the regular season.
Word is that Benjamin is afraid wearing a brace would cause him to think about his previous injury too much. The young wide receiver has apparently added muscle specifically targeted to prevent future injury.
Jones exited Thursday's practice early and the Falcons are understandably taking it easy with their superstar wide receiver.
A 13-year veteran at 35 years of age, it remains to be seen what Johnson has left in the tank. He caught 41 passes for 503 yards and four touchdowns for the Colts in 2015. Johnson will bring 1,053 receptions and 14,100 receiving yards along with a wealth of experience with him to Tennessee.
This is obviously pretty good news for the Jaguars, as Yeldon is set to form a backfield duo with Chris Ivory during the 2016 season. Yeldon rushed for 740 yards (4.1 avg) across 12 games as a rookie in 2015.
Slay was set to become a free agent next March, but that is obviously no longer the case. The 25-year-old corner was selected by the Lions in the second round of the 2013 Draft and has started all 32 regular-season games over the last two years.
Eifert made a well-earned appearance in the Pro Bowl back in January. However, in the game, he unfortunately suffered an ankle injury that he is still yet to fully recover from. Eifert's availability for Week 1 is still up in the air, but he is likely to miss at least the first couple of games of the regular season.