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Demaryius Thomas    WR   Denver Broncos
 
Thomas said Monday that he will not attend the Broncos' offseason workouts, nor quarterback Peyton Manning's training sessions with the other wideouts at Duke University, ESPN.com reports.

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Ronnie Hillman    RB   Denver Broncos
 
Hillman will begin OTAs in a battle with Montee Ball for backup carries behind C.J. Anderson, head coach Gary Kubiak said last week.

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Montee Ball    RB   Denver Broncos
 
Ball (groin) will head into training camp behind C.J. Anderson on the depth chart, head coach Gary Kubiak said last week.

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Miles Austin    WR   Philadelphia Eagles
 
The Eagles have signed Austin (kidney) to a one-year contract, ESPN.com reports.

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Per the report, Austin's deal with the Eagles is worth $2.3 million, with the potential for him to earn an additional $700,000 in incentives. Austin caught 47 passes for 568 yards and two touchdowns with the Browns this past season, before missing the team's final four games with a kidney injury. Austin -- who turns 31 in June -- has missed 15 games over the past four seasons due to injuries, but assuming he can stay on the field, he'll provide added depth and experience to an Eagles wideout corps that bid adieu to starter Jeremy Maclin in free agency. Austin is thus in line to jostle with the likes of Riley Cooper, Jordan Matthews and Josh Huff for slotting on the team's 2015 depth chart at the position.
Pierre Garcon    WR   Washington Redskins
 
Garcon's production is expected to benefit from the Redskins focusing on more stable quarterback play this upcoming season, CSN Washington reports.

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Hakeem Nicks    WR   Free Agent
 
Nicks will make a free agent visit with the 49ers this week, ESPN reports.

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Jonathan Stewart    RB   Carolina Panthers
 
Stewart is expected to command the bulk of the Panthers' rushing attempts this season, but Carolina coach Ron Rivera maintains interest in continuing a two-back system, ESPN.com reports.

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Miles Austin    WR   Free Agent
 
The Eagles plan to sign Austin (kidney) if he passes a physical with the team, philly.com reports.

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Jordan Todman    RB   Carolina Panthers
 
The Panthers have signed Todman to a one-year deal.

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C.J. Anderson    RB   Denver Broncos
 
Broncos head coach Gary Kubiak said Anderson has "earned the right" to head into the offseason program as the starter, denverbroncos.com reports.

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Jarrett Boykin    WR   Carolina Panthers
 
Boykin signed a one-year contract with the Panthers on Friday, ESPN's David Newton reports.

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Boykin caught just three passes for the Packers in 2014, after hauling in 49-of-82 targets for 681 yards and three touchdowns the previous season. He did well to land with a team that lacks complements to Kelvin Benjamin and Greg Olsen, but Boykin will still have to prove in training camp that he's worthy of a role in the Carolina offense. With Benjamin locked in as the No. 1 wideout, the likes of Boykin, Jerricho Cotchery, Philly Brown, Ted Ginn and Brenton Bersin could all be part of a wide-open competition for snaps. Of course, the Panthers may still opt to address the position in April's draft.
Matthew Stafford    QB   Detroit Lions
 
Lions head coach Jim Caldwell wants Stafford to throw the ball less frequently in 2015, the Detroit Free Press reports. "When I tell you that we're not going to throw the ball any more than we threw it (last year), that's a fact," Caldwell said. "We're probably not going to throw it (more). If we do throw it more, that means we're behind, we're struggling, we're not winning, we're not a very good football team, plain and simple."

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Brian Quick    WR   St. Louis Rams
 
Quick is progressing in his recovery from the torn rotator cuff and separated shoulder that he suffered back in October, ESPN.com reports. "He's coming [along]," coach Jeff Fisher said Wednesday. "Making progress. It was a very, very difficult early rehab process. It was an extensive, extensive injury. He's starting to see the light now. He's doing good. He's worked hard.”

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With that in mind, it's unclear if Quick will be ready in time for training camp in July. "There will be some question marks there," Fisher acknowledged. "He may be. I can't say. The next three or four months are going to be important." Prior to sustaining his injury, Quick had recorded 25 catches for 375 yards and three touchdowns in seven games for the Rams, and once he is up to speed this summer the fourth-year wideout will look to reclaim a key role in the team's 2015 passing attack, which will be helmed by newcomer Nick Foles.
Darrius Heyward-Bey    WR   Pittsburgh Steelers
 
The Steelers have signed Heyward-Bey to a one-year contract, the Carroll County Times reports.

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Brian Quick    WR   St. Louis Rams
 
Quick (shoulder) has not been ruled out for being ready for training camp, Nick Wagoner of ESPN NFL Nation reports.

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