John Kuhn RB GB 3 Days

Kuhn had 24 carries for 85 yards and a touchdown in 16 games during the 2014 season. He also caught four passes for 23 yards and was named the NFL's All-Pro fullback by the AP.

Kuhn's numbers were hardly eye-popping, but he played well enough in other areas of the game to garner recognition at the end of the season. Kuhn will be a free agent this offseason, and it remains to be seen if he will return to Green Bay.

Matt Flynn QB GB 3 Days

Flynn appeared in seven games during the 2014 season and completed 8-of-16 passes for 66 yards. He did not throw a touchdown pass and was intercepted once.

Flynn served as the Packers' primary backup behind Aaron Rodgers in 2014. He started four games in 2013 while Rodgers was sidelined with a broken collarbone, but most of his action this season came in games where the outcome was decided before he took the field. It remains to be seen if he will retain the backup duties in 2015.

Zac Dysert QB DEN 3 Days

The Broncos signed Dysert to a reserve-future deal, Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun reports.

Dysert, who spent the 2014 season on the Broncos' practice squad, will continue to provide the team with a depth QB option behind Peyton Manning and Brock Osweiler.

Marshawn Lynch RB SEA 4 Days

Lynch (non-injury) didn't take part in practice Wednesday.

Lynch missed last Wednesday's practice as well, so this is starting to become a bit routine for the veteran back. He's highly unlikely to be in any danger of missing the Super Bowl.

Richard Sherman DB SEA 4 Days

Sherman (elbow) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice.

Sherman was clearly bothered by an elbow ailment in the second half of Sunday's NFC championship game against the Packers, but after undergoing an MRI on Monday, appears to be free of any serious injury. With the Super Bowl over a week away, Sherman doesn't appear to be in any danger of missing the contest.

Ryan Tannehill QB MIA 4 Days

Tannehill is likely to be the Dolphins quarterback of the future, according to the Miami Herald.

Tannehill's early results have been somewhat inconsistent but the team seems encouraged about what his future will bring to the organization and is likely to offer him a long term contract.

Mike Wallace WR MIA 4 Days

The Dolphins could indeed move on from Wallace before free agency starts, according to the Miami Herald's Armando Salguero.

Wallace has had problems with quarterback Ryan Tannehill as far as the deep ball is concerned and then, depending on who you believe, may have taken himself out of the final game of the 2014 season. This is not written in stone however because if Miami were to let go of Wallace, they would really only have second year player Jarvis Landry that they could rely on and it's not like wide receiver is the only weakness on the team they would have to worry about. Miami is likely to explore a trade first but in the end, if they are tired of Wallace's act, a release is much more likely.

Latavius Murray RB OAK 4 Days

Murray rushed for 424 yards and two touchdowns on 82 attempts, and caught 17 passes on 23 targets for 143 yards, in 15 games in 2014.

After sitting out his entire rookie season with an ankle injury, Murray was limited mostly to kick return duty to begin 2014, seeing just four carries in the Raiders' first six games. As the tandem of Darren McFadden and Maurice Jones-Drew continued to struggle, and the Raiders continued to lose, eventually the decision was made to give Murray a look in the primary role. He made an impact right away, rushing for 112 yards and two touchdowns on just four carries against the Chiefs in Week 12 before leaving the game with a concussion. Murray then exceeded 4.0 yards per carry in just one of his final four games, but he finished with four rushes of 20-plus yards and 18 rushes for first downs. By comparison, McFadden had just one rush of 20-plus yards and 20 first downs on 73 more attempts. Unless the Raiders add a premiere running back in the draft, Murray will likely open 2015 as the team's top option.

Maurice Jones-Drew RB OAK 4 Days

Jones-Drew rushed for just 96 yards on 43 attempts, and caught 11 passes on 16 targets for 71 yards, in 12 games in 2014.

Jones-Drew's first season in Oakland was nothing short of a disaster, as he failed to find pay dirt for the first time in nine professional seasons and averaged a mere 2.2 yards per carry. He didn't touch the ball in the Raiders' final two games, as Latavius Murray's emergence pushed Jones-Drew down to third on the depth chart. While he still has two years remaining on his contract, Jones-Drew turned 30 in March and could find himself on the roster bubble come summer.

Darren McFadden RB OAK 4 Days

McFadden rushed for 534 yards and two touchdowns on 155 attempts and added 36 receptions on 55 targets for 212 yards in 2014. He also lost his lone fumble on the season.

Much to the surprise of his fantasy owners, McFadden actually stayed healthy for a full 16 games for the first time in his career, but it ultimately didn't matter. The 27-year-old limped to a 3.4 yards per carry average, ripping off just one run of 20-plus yards in 155 tries, scored just twice and lost his starting role to Latavius Murray late in the year. At 27, McFadden's days of being a serviceable runner appear to be behind him. He's an unrestricted free agent heading into the offseason and will likely have to settle for a second- or third-string job elsewhere.