Charles Woodson DB OAK 35 Mins
Woodson has signed a contract extension that will keep him with the Raiders through the 2015 season, the team's official site reports.
The veteran safety is coming off a season in which he recorded a career-high 113 tackles and four picks, so even at age 38, Woodson remains firmly on the IDP radar.
Micah Hyde DB GB 1 Hr
Hyde made 59 tackles (45 solo), intercepted two passes, and returned two punts for touchdowns over 16 games in the 2014 season.
Hyde opened the year as the Packers' starting free safety before eventually giving way to HaHa Clinton-Dix. While he saw a drop in snaps at that position, he remained valuable to the Packers by becoming a nickel corner and making an impact on special teams. Look for Hyde's role in 2015 to mimic the one he played later in the 2014 season.
A. J. Hawk LB GB 3 Hrs
Hawk finished the 2014 season with 90 tackles (53 solo) and half a sack in 16 games.
Hawk nearly reached the 100-tackle mark for the fifth time in his career, and he likely would have had he not lost snaps as the season wore on. Hawk played sparingly by the end of the season, and he may need to take a pay cut in order to remain with the Packers.
Sam Barrington LB GB 5 Hrs
Barrington recorded 52 tackles (39 solo) and a sack over 14 games in the 2014 season.
Barrington earned himself more snaps throughout the year and compiled 33 of his 52 tackles over the final five games of the regular season. The Packers figure to address the middle linebacker position during the offseason, but Barrington has put himself in position to play a significant role from the get-go in 2015.
Odell Beckham WR NYG 6 Hrs
Beckham indicated Sunday that he is still dealing with the effects of the hamstring issues that delayed his NFL debut this past season, ESPN.com reports.
"I was never fully healthy," noted Beckham, who still managed to catch 91 passes for 1,305 yards and 12 touchdowns in 12 games for the Giants as a rookie."I was just trying to manage it and maintain it...It's still not right. [I'm] still working on it." With the 2014 regular season and the NFL Pro Bowl now in the books, Beckham, who (per the Daily News) reportedly played through two tears in his right hamstring this past season, now plans to rest in the coming weeks, with an eye toward approaching the 2015 campaign as healthy as possible.
Scott Tolzien QB GB 6 Hrs
Tolzien did not appear in a game during the 2014 season.
Tolzien appeared in three games during 2013 and even started two, but he was not needed at all in 2014 with starting quarterback Aaron Rodgers playing in every game after missing seven the year before. The Packers like Tolzien's potential and will likely give him another chance to challenge Matt Flynn for the backup duties during training camp.
Sam Shields DB GB 6 Hrs
Shields recorded 40 tackles (33 solo) and two interceptions over 14 games during the 2014 season.
Shields did not do as much in 2014 as he did the year before, but opposing offenses did not throw in his direction as often as they did previously. He earned his first Pro Bowl selection in 2014 and will head into next season as the Packers' top cornerback.
Tramon Williams DB GB 6 Hrs
Williams made 71 tackles (61 solo) and intercepted three passes over 16 games during the 2014 season.
Williams' production in the tackle and sack departments dipped in 2014, but he played in every game for the third straight season and held up well in pass coverage. A free agent this offseason, it remains to be seen if he will Green Bay after speding the last eight seasons there.
Vontaze Burfict LB CIN 6 Hrs
Burfict is reportedly recovering from microfracture surgery on his left knee, ESPN.com reports.
The report relays that Dr. Neal ElAttrache, the surgeon who performed the procedure on Burfict, is hopeful that the linebacker will be at full strength in advance of training camp. "I don't see any reason, if this thing heals like we want and we think it will, why he won't be back like he was," ElAttrache noted. "Microfracture has a bad connotation, but there are plenty of guys who have come back and been able to play like before. But it's not really news when it works out." When healthy, Burfict -- who was limited to five games in 2014 - is a top-notch IDP, having recorded a league-leading 171 tackles during the 2013 season.
Calais Campbell DL ARI 8 Hrs
Campbell will undergo surgery next week to repair a sports hernia that he played through after Week 13, USA Today's Tom Pelissero reports.
Campbell has played 13 or more games in each of his seven NFL seasons, but he seemingly deals with an injury or two every year. In 2014, it was the sports hernia and a sprained MCL, with the latter causing him to miss Weeks 6 and 7. Campbell still had another fantastic year, piling up 58 tackles (48 solo), seven sacks, an interception, a forced fumble and three passes defensed. He should be healthy by the start of training camp next season, and while the Cardinals have a rather unfavorable cap situation, Campbell doesn't figure to be one of the casualties.