Charles Clay TE MIA 6 Hrs

Clay (knee) was able to practice in full Tuesday, according to the Miami Herald.

Clay practiced in 11-11 drills proving that his knee is back at full strength. Clay could be the key to the Dolphins passing game as he is a big target over the middle that Ryan Tannehill was extremely comfortable throwing to last season.

John Abraham LB ARI 6 Hrs

Abraham participated in Monday's padded practice, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.

Abraham's fitness level isn't known, but he's nonetheless fitting in individual drills at the very least. While it's unknown if he'll be available to play in the Cardinals' third preseason contest Sunday versus the Bengals, he should be ready once the regular season commences on Sept. 8 against the Chargers, barring a potential suspension for a DUI arrest in June.

Shaq Evans WR NYJ 7 Hrs

Evans (shoulder) was waived/injured by the Jets on Tuesday, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports.

He'll likely revert to the Jets' injured reserve list once he clears waivers. Evans, a fourth-round draft pick from UCLA, underwent season-ending shoulder surgery on Tuesday.

Marcus Gilbert PIT 7 Hrs

Gilbert signed a five-year, $30 million extension with the Steelers on Tuesday, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports.

Gilbert was a rock for the Steelers at the right tackle spot in 2013, starting all 16 games to add some needed stability to an offensive line that had been besieged by injuries the last two seasons. The sizable contract demonstrates that the Steelers view Gilbert as a core player on the offensive line for years to come.

Brett Keisel DL PIT 7 Hrs

Keisel re-signed with the Steelers on Tuesday, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports.

The Cardinals were said to be making a push for Keisel after losing Darnell Dockett to a season-ending knee injury a day earlier, but the longtime Steeler will once again be donning the black and gold. Keisel started all 12 games he was active for last season, racking up 29 total tackles and four sacks. Given his experience in Dick LeBeau's 3-4, there's a good chance he'll beat out Cam Thomas to earn one of the starting roles at defensive end.

Travis Benjamin WR CLE 7 Hrs

The rib injury Benjamin suffered Monday does not appear serious, according to Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon-Journal.

Head coach Mike Pettine said he thinks Benjamin is "OK," so it does not appear he is facing a long-term absence. However, it remains to be seen how the injury will affect Benjamin's status moving forward.

Kevin Elliott WR BUF 7 Hrs

The Bills released Elliott on Tuesday, Aaron Wilson of The Baltimore Sun reports.

Elliott needed to beat out several players in order to even have a shot at a roster spot, but alas he could not. He will seek work elsewhere.

Pat Devlin QB MIA 7 Hrs

The Dolphins reached an injury settlement with Devlin and waived him Tuesday, Aaron Wilson of The Baltimore Sun reports.

Devlin could return to Miami after spending the last few seasons with the team, but his removal from injured reserve indicates the Dolphins are ready to give him a chance to find work elsewhere.

Akeem Ayers LB TEN 7 Hrs

Ayers is currently listed behind fellow linebacker Kamerion Wimbley on the Titans' depth chart.

Ayers had offseason surgeries on both knees, but he hasn't been limited in training camp. He'll be battling Wimbley for playing time, and even if he doesn't start, the former second-round pick, who had only one sack in 16 games in 2013, is expected to see his fair share of snaps.

Julio Jones WR ATL 7 Hrs

Jones (foot) will have his workload increased, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.

Jones, who continues to work back from foot surgery, will begin practicing every day. The Falcons have been holding him out of consecutive practices, but coach Mike Smith wants Jones to be ready to carry a heavy workload during the regular season. "It's important to have all of our guys ready to do that are going to play 60 snaps," Smith said. "That's not possible if you're not practicing every day. You're going to see over the next 10 days a change in who's practicing."