DeMarcus Ware, as of now, has no surgery scheduled on his troublesome right elbow.
Ware missed three games this season, the first games he's missed in his career, due to the troublesome elbow. He's been expected to have surgery but it is unclear as to why it hasn't happened yet. He's about to have some offseason as the team not only wants him to have the surgery, but they also want him to restructure his deal and possibly take less money. He won't take the pay cut, but he'll probably be open to restructuring, especially given the time he could miss this summer by delaying the surgery.ANALYST: Howard Bender
Jameis Winston is not expected to attend next month's NFL Draft.
Winston first stated that he wasn't going to attend the draft, but at his pro day today he said he was unsure. The chance remains that he could attend the draft, but its likely that he, nor Marcus Mariota will be in attendance for the draft. It makes sense that he stays in Alabama to watch the draft, because getting to Tampa Bay, his likely drafters, would be a rather easy drive/flight. April 30th is the date for the 2015 NFL Draft. Analysis: Colby Conway
Marcus Mariota does not plan on attending next month's NFL Draft.
It has been reported that Mariota is planning on watching the draft in Honolulu with his family. It's rare for expected to top picks to skip on all the festivities, but the top two quarterbacks could be doing so here in 2015. Jameis Winston might do the same thing, but he said today that he is still undecided. It's becoming more and more likely that Winston is the top pick, but Mariota's whereabouts are yet to be known. He has jumped all throughout the top 11 picks in the mocks, but we won't truly know until April 30 where he will be playing next year. Analysis: Colby Conway
Jake Smolinski has made the Rangers' Opening Day roster.
Although Ryan Rua was named the starter, Smolinski still broke camp with the Rangers. Smolinski is hitting .348 this spring and his eight extra base hits are tied for the team lead, with none other than Rua as his running mate. Smolinski is the team's fourth outfielder and will be a right handed bat off the bench. Analysis: Colby Conway
Chris Sale (foot) will pitch in a minor league game Wednesday.
Sale is hoping to return to the active roster by April 12, about a month and a half after fracturing a bone in his right foot. He is scheduled to throw 90 pitches in this minor league game and this will be a good indication as to if the April 12 return date is plausible. When he does return, he is expected to be the fantasy ace that everyone knows and loves. Analysis: Colby Conway