OUTJarvis Jones
LB ARI (8)
15 hours ago

The Cardinals placed Jones (quad) on the non-football injury list Friday, Darren Urban of the team's official site reports.

EDGE Analysis

After injuring his quadriceps during a test run Friday, Jones will focus on rehab rather than practice for the foreseeable future. Once he gets the all-clear, he'll resume serving as depth to starting outside linebackers Chandler Jones and Markus Golden (foot).

QMike Pouncey
MIA (11)
16 hours ago

Pouncey (hip) has an appointment next week and expects to be cleared for practice at that time, Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports.

EDGE Analysis

Everything is going according to plan for Pouncey and he hasn't suffered any setbacks during his rehabilitation. He is fully expected to be ready to play once the regular season begins but his practice time will be limited. The Dolphins offensive line has been a question mark the past couple of seasons and part of the problem has been the inability of Pouncey to stay on the field so the team will play it extremely cautious with his hip with the hopes that rest will allow him to play week in and week out.

Dre Kirkpatrick
DB CIN (6)
16 hours ago

Kirkpatrick is healthy after fracturing his hand in May, Jeff Wallner of United Press International reports.

EDGE Analysis

Kirkpatrick's fracture was never considered very serious. He was already back on the field in a limited capacity for June's minicamp and shouldn't have any restrictions when training camp opens July 27.

SUSDavid Irving
DL DAL (6)
16 hours ago

Irving (suspension) did not show up for the team's first day of training camp on Friday, SportsDayDFW.com reports.

EDGE Analysis

The first day simply involved a conditioning run and a physical, but it is unclear why Irving did not attend. As a result, he could be subject to a fine for the absence. The 23-year-old is suspended the first four games of the season for violating the league's policy on performance-enhancing drugs. First-rounder Taco Charlton is expected to see an inflated snap count while Irving is sidelined until early October.

D'Onta Foreman
RB HOU (7)
17 hours ago

Foreman, who was charged with marijuana possession as part of his arrest last weekend, tested negative for illegal substances Friday, John McClain of the Houston Chronicle reports.

EDGE Analysis

Foreman was arrested in Austin last Sunday on charges of unlawful gun possession and possession of marijuana, but he volunteered to take a urinalysis test in order to prove his innocence on the latter allegation. Although the results came back negative, Foreman likely isn't in the clear just yet. However, both the league office and the Texans will likely wait for the legal process to unfold before issuing any sort of punishment, should they choose to do so.

Chris Johnson
RB ARI (8)
17 hours ago

Johnson is expected to earn snaps when the Cardinals use two running backs this season, Darren Urban of the team's official site reports. "We'll have some two-back stuff with he and David back there," head coach Bruce Arians said Friday.

EDGE Analysis

Johnson re-upped with the Cardinals on Thursday, putting him on course for his third season with the organization. The previous two have been abbreviated due to injuries, with sports hernia surgery containing the running back to four games in 2016. His best bet to gather snaps will occur in the aforementioned two-RB sets, as David Johnson will handle nearly all the snaps afforded the position in Arizona. The situation doesn't make the nine-year vet too appealing, but he appears to be the secondary option in the backfield to his younger teammate.

Eric Smith
MIA (11)
18 hours ago

Smith (undisclosed) was placed on the Dolphins' physically unable to perform list Friday, George Richards of the Miami Herald reports.

EDGE Analysis

Smith is looking to secure a depth role for the Dolphins after finishing his time at Virgina as a four-year starter along the offensive line. While it isn't clear what sort of injury he's currently dealing with, if he remains on this list through training camp, he'll be forced to miss the first six games of the regular season.

Daniel Henry
DB BAL (10)
18 hours ago

Henry (undisclosed) was placed on injured reserve Friday.

EDGE Analysis

The details surrounding Henry's injury weren't revealed. Barring an injury settlement, the New Mexico product is likely stuck on IR through the end of the 2017 season.

Reggie Porter
DB BAL (10)
18 hours ago

Porter signed a contract with the Ravens on Friday, Jeff Zrebiec of The Baltimore Sun reports.

EDGE Analysis

Porter, an undrafted cornerback out of Utah, started 22 games during his three seasons in college and finished his tenure with 18 PBUs and two interceptions. He'll likely need to impress on special teams in order to make the final roster.

Dez Bryant
WR DAL (6)
18 hours ago

Bryant arrived three hours late to the Cowboys' facility Friday, causing him to miss his mandatory conditioning test, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports. The wideout is also reportedly dealing with a sinus infection, which he's been working with the team's training staff in hopes of overcoming.

EDGE Analysis

Bryant's illness may have prevented him from being able to take his conditioning test Friday anyway, but he still didn't inform the team ahead of time that he'd be late to the proceedings. To his credit, Bryant's tardiness was in part due to him hosting a kickball game and barbecue in his hometown of Lufkin, Texas, on Thursday night. Additionally, Bryant reportedly apologized and took responsibility upon his arrival at the Cowboys facility. At this point, Dallas is believed to consider Bryant being late a non-issue, as they're instead focused on ensuring his symptoms subside before training camp really kicks off.