PKelvin Benjamin WR CAR 9 hours ago

Benjamin (knee) is moving well at OTAs, David Newton of ESPN reports.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Benjamin is more than ninth months removed from suffering the

torn ACL that ended his 2015 season before it could begin. He's reportedly been a limited participant at OTAs, but it sounds as if he isn't showing any obvious effects from the injury. Benjamin expects to be a full participant in training camp, and he'll likely be re-incorporated into the offense as the No. 1 wideout, after watching Cam Newton enjoy a surprising degree of success while throwing to the likes of Ted Ginn, Philly Brown, Jerricho Cotchery and Devin Funchess last year. Ginn, Brown and Funchess still figure to be involved, but Benjamin and Greg Olsen are the clear favorites to lead Carolina in targets.

Trevor Siemian QB DEN 9 hours ago

Broncos head coach Gary Kubiak referred to Siemian as "the sleeper" in Denver's quarterback competition, The Denver Post reports.

Competitive Edge Analysis

A 2015 seventh-round draft pick, Siemian is one of three Denver quarterbacks getting first-team snaps at OTAs, joining veteran Mark Sanchez and first-round rookie Paxton Lynch. Though clearly the underdog, Siemian might benefit from having a year in Gary Kubiak's system under his belt, which can't be said for Sanchez or Lynch. Siemian didn't show much promise during his college career at Northwestern, posting a 27:24 TD:INT with -23 rushing yards on 142 career attempts.

Jamari Lattimore LB BUF 10 hours ago

Lattimore signed with the Bills on Tuesday,'s Mike Rodak reports.

Competitive Edge Analysis

A 2011 UDFA, the 27-year-old Lattimore has mostly worked as a special teamer throughout his career, recording just 48 tackles in 64 games. The Bills do appear than at inside linebacker, which might give Lattimore an opportunity to compete for a key reserve role on defense.

Brandon Marshall WR NYJ 10 hours ago

Marshall joined the Jets for OTAs on Tuesday, Brian Costello of the NY Post reports.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Marshall and Eric Decker both skipped the beginning of OTAs, possibly with the intent of supporting unsigned quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick. No deal has been reported, but it's likely just a matter of time before Fitzpatrick signs, as there aren't any other starting gigs available around the league. Marshall enjoyed one of his better seasons last year, setting a new career-high mark for touchdowns (14) while falling just nine catches (109) and six yards (1,502) shy of his personal bests.

Eric Decker WR NYJ 10 hours ago

Decker joined the Jets for OTAs on Tuesday, Brian Costello of the NY Post reports.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Decker and Brandon Marshall both missed the start of OTAs, perhaps to show solidarity with quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick, who still hasn't received a contract to his liking. This may be a sign that Fitzpatrick is close to signing, but it's also possible the wide receivers simply feel they've made their point. Given his lack of alternatives, Fitzpatrick still figures to come to terms with the Jets eventually, be it within the next few weeks or during training camp.

PSeantrel Henderson BUF 21 hours ago

Henderson has been cleared to play following two surgeries due to Crohn's disease, The Buffalo News reports.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Henderson had a fantastic rookie season in 2014, but the pain and uncomfortableness understandably got the better of him in 2015, and he unltimaely had to undergo procedures. He's reportedly fit to play again, but we imagine he'll have to regain some strength and try to win over the Rex Ryan coaching staff, who didn't coach him when he was a rookie. Henderson will compete with veteran Jordan Mills and Cyrus Kouandjio for the starting right tackle spot.

QDion Jordan DL MIA 1 day ago

Jordan (suspension) is planning on applying for reinstatement Wednesday, Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Jordan was suspended for the 2015 season for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy but believes he has completed all of the requirements to be reinstated. A decision is not expected until summer but if he is allowed to play again Jordan would be part of a rotation along the Miami defensive line.

C.J. Spiller RB NO 1 day ago3 Comments

Spiller (leg) has looked much improved during OTAs, the Saints' official site reports. "I'd say C.J.'s health and his movement skills look noticeably different," head coach Sean Payton said. "He worked his butt off in the offseason to get the strength back in that knee where he had his injury. That has been really encouraging."

Competitive Edge Analysis

Spiller was a disappointment, to say the least, after joining the Saints as a free agent, but arthroscopic knee surgery performed during the preseason served to put him behind the eight ball. He still managed to make his season debut in Week 2 and played in 13 straight games until he was shut down for good in the penultimate week of the regular season. However, he received no more than 26 snaps in any contest, while reaching a season-high 10 touches on two occasions, en route 36 carries for 112 yards (3.1 YPC), 34 receptions (on 44 targets) for 239 yards, and two receiving touchdowns. If his conditioning is indeed reminiscent of his tenure with the Bills, he could serve as a nice pass-catching complement to Mark Ingram in the upcoming campaign.

P.J. Williams DB NO 1 day ago

Williams (hamstring) is competing for snaps at the nickel position in OTAs, Joel Erickson of the New Orleans Advocate reports.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Williams lost his entire rookie season after suffering a torn hamstring during training camp last year. Now that he's healthy, the 2015 third rounder will have the chance to show why he was taken so high in the draft. Keenan Lewis (hip) and Delvin Breaux look to have the starting cornerback positions locked down, so Williams will compete with Damian Swann and Kyle Wilson for the nickel role, playing primarily in passing situations. Along with the third corner slot, Williams will likely be one of the team's primary backups, seeing extra time in the event of any injuries to the secondary during the season.

PJace Amaro TE NYJ 1 day ago1 Comment

Amaro (shoulder) could be used as an H-back or fullback this season, though he believes he should be used as a pass-catching tight end, reports.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Amaro missed all of last season due to a torn labrum, and with the current coaching staff unfamiliar with him after they took over last season, it's unclear what kind of role he will be given. With Jeff Cumberland gone, the Jets will have Amaro compete with Kellen Davis and Zach Sudfeld, which is hardly considerable competition for a player who was a significant part of the passing game in college at Texas Tech.