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Brady Henderson ESPN 

Asked what he'll remember most years from now about his time with his long-time No. receiver Doug Baldwin, Russell Wilson mentioned the 2015 season when those two connected for 14 touchdowns, 12 of which came over the final eight games. "We got really hot," Wilson said. "That was pretty cool." Wilson added: "He has this fire that you didn't see in anybody else."

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Brady Henderson ESPN 

Pete Carroll called Ziggy Ansah "a huge get" for the Seahawks and said he was as effective as any pass-rusher in the NFL last season before he went down with a shoulder injury that required surgery. Carroll said Ansah has "a long process to get back" and that the team will know more about his timetable by training camp when they can reevaluate his progress. He didn't rule out Ansah being ready for Week 1, saying: "He's got a chance to be. That's what we're shouting for."

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Turron Davenport ESPN 

A few takeaways from Titans OTAs: 1. Delanie Walker was very fluid out of breaks and didn't show signs of being slowed down from his ankle injury. That's promising. Walker says he's about 85 percent right now. 2. Ryan Tannehill looked sharp today.(especially on a deep pass to Cam Batson) Mike Vrabel went out of his way to say it's not a QB competition. Marcus Mariota welcomes a veteran to the QB room. He made a couple of good throws also. 3. Corey Davis is welcoming the mentor role for A.J. Brown. They were in constant communication after reps and stayed after practice to work together. 4. UDFA Derek Roberson is a player to watch. He looked comfortable as a stand up edge defender and did a nice job condensing his body as he came off the edge. 5. Tajae Sharpe and Taywan Taylor both looked good running routes. Sharpe showed good footwork during individual drills. Taylor caught a comeback vs. Malcom Butler. Ran a good route. Don't count either of them out.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Prior to Stanford's game against Oregon in September, JJ Arcega-Whiteside's grandmom, Lonnie Means, sent him a video message of support pre-game, and told JJ to score two touchdowns. He did just that. Means unexpectedly passed away later that day.

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Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

The Saints finally added a veteran DE – Wes Horton, who started eight games last year for the rival Panthers and started a total of 35 games over the past six years with 15.5 sacks. Horton, a 6-foot-5, 265-pounder who was undrafted out of USC in 2013, will add depth behind projected starters Cameron Jordan and Marcus Davenport. It was New Orleans' most glaring remaining need after losing former starter Alex Okafor in free agency this year.

Brady Henderson ESPN 

Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner said he feels it's important for him to be present for offseason work as "the quarterback of the defense," but he's not practicing while he awaits a new contract. Pete Carroll said he's fine with that approach. Wagner, who's entering the final year of his deal and is representing himself, declined to specify where negotiations stand, only saying he's been in communication with the team. He said "the plan" is to top the market-setting deal C.J. Mosley got from the Jets.

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David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers wide receiver Mose Frazier broke his left arm during offseason workouts on Tuesday on accidental contact by a teammate, a league source confirmed. He was scheduled to undergo surgery by team doctor Pat Connor after a second opinion was sought by his representatives. The recovery is expected to take three to four months. His status for training camp is to be determined. I wrote about Frazier recently and how he worked with fellow Memphis Tigers alum Isaac Bruce on improving his skills to increase his chances to make the roster.

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

QB Jimmy Garoppolo participated in everything but team drills in the 49ers' Tuesday OTA, including seven on seven drills. Garoppolo is wearing a brace on his left knee but moving around well. Coach Kyle Shanahan said Garoppolo will continue to do the same things moving forward and will not be cleared for team drills until training camp in July.

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Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Asked Geronimo Allison what Aaron Rodgers has been like when it comes to learning a new offense and the fourth-year receiver said: "He's been open-minded, definitely been in communication with the coaches and the communication (he has) passed down to the receivers has been great. It's been great. He's been all-in on it."

Turron Davenport ESPN 

The Titans took the field for phase three of OTAs. Here's the ‘Nifty Fifty' report featuring three things that stood out.

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Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Darnell Savage Jr. was the only rookie who worked among the starters consistently during today's OTA practice. It was Savage and Adrian Amos at safety, "He's a smart guy," coach Matt LaFleur said of the 21st overall pick. "We're really excited about him. Again, it's still early, but he showed some good stuff in the rookie minicamp. We'll take it day by day and see where it ends up."

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Packers Pro Bowl WR Davante Adams was held out of today's OTA for what coach Matt LaFleur called "precautionary reasons." No specific injury cited but sounds like it's not a long-term concern. Meant a ton of reps for the likes of Geronimo Allison, Marquez Valdes-Scantling, Jake Kumerow, J'Mon Moore, et al. Most also worked in the slot and outside.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Packers coach Matt LaFleur said he'll defer to GM Brian Gutekunst on Josh Jones' decision to skip OTAs in the hopes of getting a trade or his release. “I'm just going to focus on the guys who are here, and I know Gutey has a good handle on that situation.”

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Matt LaFleur said things are "going great" with him and Aaron Rodgers. "A lot of good conversion, and I think we're growing together," LaFleur said. "The more time we can spend together, we'll have a better feel for each other, but it's been a lot of fun up to this point."

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

OTA practice No. 2 — No. 1 open to the public/media — does one hour, 50 minutes.

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

Bucs head coach Bruce Arians was asked about Ndamukong Suh today. "I can't talk about him. He's not on my team,'' Arians said. He was then reminded that Suh is a free agent and he can actually talk about him — "He's a hell of a player so we'll see.''

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

On the first day of Steelers OTAs, JuJu Smith-Schuster catches a Ben Roethlisberger pass with one hand.

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Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Kevin King, who did not practice during the April minicamp, is back on the field. He's coming off his second straight season finishing on IR. Last year it was a hamstring. The year before shoulder. Hard to tell if he's wearing a shoulder brace again under that No. 20. He did individual drills but not 11-on-11.

Turron Davenport ESPN 

No sign of Jack Conklin, Adoree Jackson, and Jonnu Smith at Titans OTAs today.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

No sign of Antonio Brown here at start of Raiders voluntary OTA practice.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Packers OTA attendance time. Present but not practicing: Davante Adams, Mike Daniels, Tra Carson. Not here: Josh Jones, Marcedes Lewis, Greg Roberts.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Colts coach Frank Reich said quarterback Andrew Luck will not take part in the team's OTA's this week and then they'll re-evaluate his strained calf. "Our whole mode is going to be during this session just to be real conservative with guys who has any issues whatsoever," Reich said. "I told (the training staff) lets be conservative. Main thing is to get to (training) camp at full strength. Really any player with any issue we're going to be cautious."

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Ben Roethlisberger on how he processed the messy divorce with Antonio Brown: He never gave me the chance to apologize.