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Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

Brick Osweiler (17) on the field with other Browns quarterbacks during offseason practices.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

In the letter NFL commissioner Roger Goodell sent to fans on Tuesday citing celebrations that won't be penalized in 2017 he used a Kelvin Benjamin-Devin Funchess celebration during the Panthers' Week 2 win against San Francisco last season. Benjamin and Funchess each were docked $12,154 for their orchestrated dance after Benjamin's third-quarter touchdown catch. If you missed the dance, it began with Benjamin doing a little side-step move and his fellow wide receiver joined in. Funchess was flagged for unsportsmanlike conduct.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

The battle for the Cardinals' backup quarterback job could come down to these two: No. 5 Drew Stanton and No. 7 Blaine Gabbert.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cowboys have signed guard/center Ruben Carter, who spent time with the Miami Dolphins last summer. Carter also played for the Calgary Stampeders of the CFL. He played collegiately at Florida State and Toledo. The Cowboys' roster is now at 90 players.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

With Cyrus Kouandjio's release Wednesday, the Bills' offensive line competition is coming into clearer focus. It seems likely that rookie Dion Dawkins and incumbent starter Jordan Mills will battle for the right-tackle job in training camp, with the loser becoming the Bills' backup swing tackle. Offseason pickup Vladimir Ducasse could also have an easier path to the 53-man roster as a reserve guard and tackle. Seantrel Henderson, who also will figure into mix at tackle in preseason, is suspended the first five games of the regular season.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Another cloudless day here in Tempe, Arizona, during the Cardinals second week of OTAs. As practice kicks off it's a balmy 82 degrees.

Ben Goessling ESPN Staff Writer 

Teddy Bridgewater is not at practice on Wednesday; the quarterback is at a previously scheduled appointment, but general manager Rick Spielman said Bridgewater is able to drop back and throw at this point in his rehab from his knee injury. Spielman would not discuss any timetable for when Bridgewater could practice.

Adam Schefter @AdamSchefter

Context on Kaepernick visiting Seahawks today. Seattle doing background on QBs, no move expected today, nothing imminent, standard visit.

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

Quarterback Colin Kaepernick is visiting with the Seattle Seahawks today, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Pete Carroll said last week that the team was exploring the idea of adding Kaepernick. The Seahawks need a backup to Russell Wilson, and signing Kaepernick would make sense. Carroll values ball security and wants a backup with mobility. Kaepernick has the second-lowest interception rate in the history of the NFL and would be able to execute the read option and bootlegs that are a part of the Seahawks' offense. NFL Network first reported the visit.

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Since Bill O'Brien took over three years ago, the Texans have been operating their own quarterback carousel, with both injuries and poor play to blame. Deshaun Watson could become the ninth QB to start a game in O'Brien's tenure.

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Rashad Johnson joins an awfully decorated list of athletes who have won a season of "Dancing with the Stars," including three NFL Pro Bowlers (one who is a Hall of Famer) and four Olympic gold medalists.

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Jared Cook picked up his production in the playoffs, but he and the Packers' tight ends didn't do much as a group in the 2016 regular season. Martellus Bennett outpaced them by himself despite battling an ankle injury for much of the year.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Lions HC Jim Caldwell said he believes the Calvin Johnson displeasure is something that sometimes happens between families.


Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

The Bills have signed WR Rod Streater and TE Wes Saxton, while waiving first-year QB Josh Woodrum. Streater, 29, played in 16 games last season for the 49ers, making two starts while catching 18 passes for 191 yards and two touchdowns. Streater adds some height (6-foot-2) to the Bills' receiver competition. Second-round pick Zay Jones has been sidelined by a knee injury and Sammy Watkins continues to recover from foot surgery, leaving veteran free-agent additions Andre Holmes and Philly Brown as the Bills' top wideouts in OTAs.