Danny Amendola Headshot

Amendola may be in danger of losing his roster spot this preseason, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports.

Added 05/28/17 2:31 pm (EST)
Amendola is one of 12 wideouts on the Patriots' current roster but it is believed only six or seven will make the final 53-man roster in September. There appear to be five "locks" on the roster: Brandin Cooks, Julian Edelman, Chris Hogan, Malcolm Mitchell and Matthew Slater. That would leave the other seven wideouts competing for a maximum of two spots. While Amendola, who took a pay cut earlier in the offseason, seems to be the most likely option to remain given his time spent with the club, new additions like Andrew Hawkins, Devin Street, and Devin Lucien could give the veteran a run for his money. It's clearly way too early to tell what the final verdict will be, given injuries and preseason performances, but for the first time in New England, Amendola's status is in question.
Odell Beckham Headshot

In an interview with Kimberly Jones of NFL Network, Beckham noted he will be at mandatory minicamp that begins on June 13.

Added 05/26/17 9:43 am (EST)
Beckham was absent for the Giants first two days of OTAs, a trend that appears likely to continue until mandatory minicamp. While some see the wideout's absence as an issue, the 24-year-old has been present at other offseason workouts throughout the first couple months of the offseason and has no intention of missing mandatory practices.
Isaiah Crowell Headshot

Despite signing his restricted free agent tender, Crowell may wait to report until mandatory minicamp in June, ESPN Cleveland's Tony Grossi reports.

Added 05/15/17 8:09 am (EST)
Although the window to sign offer sheets expired three weeks ago, Crowell didn't sign his tender with the Browns until Wednesday, perhaps hinting at displeasure with the team's offers (or lack thereof) for a contract beyond 2017. Coming off a season in which he established career-high marks for carries (198), rushing yards (952), yards per carry (4.8), receptions (40) and receiving yards (319), the 24-year-old running back was probably hoping to either receive an extension from the Browns or an offer sheet from another team. He should at least have a nice opportunity to earn a multi-year contract in unrestricted free agency next offseason, as the Browns opted not to draft any running backs until the seventh round, leaving only Duke Johnson as viable competition for touches. The backfield duo was the only real bright spot in Cleveland's dreadful offense last season, with Johnson contributing 73 rushes for 358 yards (4.9 YPC) and catching 53 of 72 targets for 514 yards -- which gave him and Crowell a combined total of 2,143 scrimmage yards. Crowell's absence from voluntary workouts shouldn't impact his standing atop the depth chart,.
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