UPDATES & NEWS
Kansas City police confirm Chiefs CB Sean Smith arrested for driving under the influence on Monday.
The Chiefs demoted Smith to second-team on their OTA's depth chart after learning that Smith had been arrested for DUI after losing control of his vehicle while making a left turn and striking a light post, unbeknownst to Smith in front of a cop car that happened to be patrolling the area, at about 12:30 am CT Monday morning. No one was hurt in the incident and if the NFL's track record is any indication, only Smith's bank account will be hurt by this incident, and not the team. The NFL has not shown a history of suspending players for this type of behavior, but no official penalty has been handed down by the league as of yet so the chance of a suspension is still a possiblity.ANALYST: Michael Pichan
Rams re-signed restricted free-agent Rodney McLeod.
McLeod received the Rams' highest qualifying offer, a second-round tender worth around $2.3 million. McLeod has played in every game the past three seasons for the Rams and he will likely have a similar role this season for the team. He did a little bit of everything last year, registering 72 tackles while forcing two fumbles, recovering two and notching two interceptions. Analysis: Colby Conway
Addison Russell as began playing second base in the minors which could speed up his major league debut.
The Cubs have light hitting Jonathan Herrera currently starting at second base after Tommy La Stella landed on the DL with an oblique strain. Russell was acquired in the trade that sent Jeff Samardzija to the Athletics last season and with Javier Baez away from the team to deal with the untimely passing of his sister it looks as if Russell is the next elite prospect to be called up from the Cubs system. Russell hit .350 with 39 runs, 13 home runs, 45 RBI and six stolen bases over 68 at Double-A last season and started 2015 playing for Triple-A Iowa where he's hit .297 with a home run and seven RBI over the first nine games of the season. Analysis: Jonathan Impemba