Gurley (knee) -- who passed his conditioning test with the Rams on Tuesday -- is slated to begin training camp on the team's active roster and will be available to practice, Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Though Todd Gurley -- the No. 10 overall pick in the 2015 draft -- will not begin training camp on the Rams' PUP list, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch suggests that Mason is still expected to "get the lion's share" of the team's carries once the regular season kicks off.
Parker (knee) is progressing well during rehab, and the Bucks intend on bringing him along slowly due to his long-term importance to the organization, the Washington Post reports. "We're going to be very conservative with him," general manager John Hammond said. "If we think he’s capable of playing 20 [minutes], we’ll maybe play him 10 minutes. If we think he can play a back-to-back, we’ll wait on the back-to-back. Whatever it is, we’re going to be very cautious as [we] move forward."
Sefolosha (ankle) has steadily progressed from a broken right fibula, but it's unclear when he'll begin basketball activities, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. "I am doing better every day,” Sefolosha said. "The leg and ankle are feeling good, but it is too early to say exactly when I’ll be back on the court."
Tuesday, SHR spokesman Mike Arning said in an email to FOXSports.com that the organization is moving toward re-signing Patrick and securing a new primary sponsor for her car in the 2016 season, FOX Sports reports.