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02/24/17 - DeAndre Carter, Sac St, Undrafted
WR DeAndre Carter signed a two-year deal with the San Francisco 49ers, the team announced Friday. Carter, 23, stood out among a group of players who worked out for the new 49ers' coaching staff and scouting staff earlier this week, according to the Sacramento Bee. The native of San Jose, Calif., attended California State Sacramento, where he appeared in 41 games throughout his four-year collegiate career (2011-14) and finished with 207 receptions for 2,760 yards and 35 touchdowns.

02/23/17 - Danny Shelton, Wash, Browns
DT Danny Shelton was sporting a cast on his left arm, leading many on social media to wonder about his injury. Shelton took to Twitter and revealed he had he is ready for a big season after undergoing minor wrist surgery. "I'm all good. Just had my wrist cleaned up so I can kill it this season," the 23-year-old Shelton posted on Twitter.

02/23/17 - *Jameis Winston, Florida St, Bucs
QB Jameis Winston lamented "poor word choice" after making stereotypical gender comments during a speech at an elementary school on Wednesday. While speaking to third through fifth graders at Melrose Elementary in St. Petersburg, Fla., Winston demanded that the male students stand up while telling the female students to remain seated. "All my young boys, stand up. The ladies, sit down," the 23-year-old Winston said, according to the Tampa Bay Times. "But all my boys, stand up. We strong, right? We strong! We strong, right? All my boys, tell me one time: I can do anything I put my mind to. Now, a lot of boys aren't supposed to be soft-spoken. You know what I'm saying? One day y'all are going to have a very deep voice like this (in deep voice). One day, you'll have a very, very deep voice. But the ladies, they're supposed to be silent, polite, gentle. My men, my men (are) supposed to be strong. I want y'all to tell me what the third rule of life is: I can do anything I put my mind to."

02/07/17 - Justin Coleman, Tennessee, Undrafted
DB Justin Coleman was a healthy scratch for the final game of the year.

02/07/17 - Jordan Richards, Stanford, Patriots
S Jordan Richards was once again a healthy scratch, a disappointing end to the year for the second year former second-round pick.

02/05/17 - Trey Flowers, Ark, Patriots
DE Trey Flowers recorded 2.5 sacks of Falcons QB Matt Ryan in the Super Bowl, one of them a key play that helped knock Atlanta out of field-goal range in the fourth quarter.

02/05/17 - Grady Jarrett, Clemson, Falcons
DT Grady Jarrett sacked Patriots QB Tom Brady three times in the Super Bowl. Jarrett finished with five tackles.

01/23/17 - Quinten Rollins, Miami (OH), Packers
CB Quinten Rollins played in this year's postseason for the first time on Sunday. The second-year starter contributed in a reserve role. He had been sidelined since suffering a neck injury and a concussion in the regular-season finale Jan. 1.

01/23/17 - *Jalen Collins, LSU, Falcons
CB Jalen Collins had a key second-quarter forced-fumble and recovery inside the red zone against the Packers.

01/23/17 - Jordan Richards, Stanford, Patriots
S Jordan Richards was a healthy scratch against Pittsburgh, missing his second straight postseason game. The disappointing former second-round pick was inactive five times in the regular season, though he did deal with a knee injury late in the year.

01/23/17 - Justin Coleman, Tennessee, Undrafted
CB Justin Coleman was a healthy scratch for the second straight week of postseason work. The second-year reserve was inactive six times during the regular season.

01/23/17 - Ty Montgomery, Stanford, Packers
RB Ty Montgomery (knee) went out in the third quarter Sunday.

01/19/17 - Quinten Rollins, Miami (OH), Packers
CB Quinten Rollins has been a limited participant in practice so far this week. The second-year starter has yet to play in the postseason because of a neck injury and a concussion. The Packers have been relying on Damarious Randall, LaDarius Gunter and Micah Hyde as their primary trio at cornerback.

01/19/17 - Quinten Rollins, Miami (OH), Packers
CB Quinten Rollins has been a limited participant in practice so far this week. The second-year starter has yet to play in the postseason because of a neck injury and a concussion. The Packers have been relying on Damarious Randall, LaDarius Gunter and Micah Hyde as their primary trio at cornerback.

01/18/17 - Quinten Rollins, Miami (OH), Packers
CB Quinten Rollins had limited work in practice Wednesday. "(He's) getting close, getting close," McCarthy said. Rollins remains in the concussion protocol and also has a neck injury, which have kept the second-year starter from playing in the postseason so far.

01/18/17 - Anthony Chickillo, Miami, Steelers
LB Anthony Chickillo, who missed the first two playoff games because of an ankle injury, was a limited practice participant Wednesday. He's been a core special teams player this season.

01/17/17 - Kevin Johnson, W Forest, Texans
CB Kevin Johnson is planning his comeback. As the Texans' players cleaned out their lockers Monday following an AFC divisional-round playoff loss to the New England Patriots, Johnson is recuperating from his second Jones fracture and is upbeat about his future after undergoing the same procedure following his rookie season a year ago. Jones expects to be ready in time for the offseason training program and practices. "No question about it," Johnson said. "I'm looking to be back healthy and get better, bigger, faster and stronger and just be the best player I can be. I'm looking forward to it. I'm excited about it." Johnson broke the bone in his foot in October against the Indianapolis Colts. Initially, the thought was to let it heal naturally, but then the decision was reversed to address it surgically. "It's a Jones re-fracture and now I'm in the position where I got it fixed up and now I'll be back," Johnson said. "It's just a bad-luck thing. I'll bounce back from it. I learned a lot from it." Johnson's loss represented a major blow to the Texans' top-ranked defense, but they carried on well without him due to the presence of cornerbacks A.J. Bouye, Johnathan Joseph and Kareem Jackson. In two NFL seasons, Johnson has recorded 73 tackles, 12 passes defended, one interception and one fumble recovery. Drafted in the first round last year out of Wake Forest, Johnson is a huge factor for a Texans defense that could potentially lose A.J. Bouye in free agency. "I was doing some good things and it's something to build on," Johnson said. "How I want to come back is something to look forward to."

01/16/17 - Quinten Rollins, Miami (OH), Packers
CB Quinten Rollins didn't play the divisional-round playoff victory over the Cowboys on Sunday. The second-year starter has missed both games in the postseason so far because of a neck injury and concussion. "He's getting better." McCarthy said Monday about Rollins' status.

01/16/17 - Ramik Wilson, Georgia, Chiefs
ILB Ramik Wilson led all defensive players in Sunday night's AFC divisional-round loss to the Steelers. Wilson had 15 total tackles, double the number of any other player on the field. It was just his second postseason appearance and first start in the playoffs.

01/16/17 - Chris Conley, Georgia, Chiefs
WR Chris Conley (ribs) left Sunday night's game for a brief period after he took a hit to his rib cage area from Steelers safety Sean Davis. Officials flagged Davis for unnecessary roughness, hitting a defenseless receiver. The 13-yard penalty moved the Chiefs to the Steelers 12-yard line. They scored a touchdown five plays later. Conley was examined on the bench and went back into the game.

01/15/17 - Ty Montgomery, Stanford, Packers
RB Ty Montgomery had six receptions and scored on two short runs in the NFC divisional playoff game.

01/15/17 - Jordan Richards, Stanford, Patriots
S Jordan Richards was a healthy scratch against Houston. The disappointing second-year former second-round pick was inactive five times in the regular season, though he did deal with a knee injury late in the year.

01/15/17 - Justin Coleman, Tennessee, Undrafted
CB Justin Coleman was a healthy scratch for the Texans playoff opener. The second-year reserve was inactive six times during the regular season.

01/12/17 - Quinten Rollins, Miami (OH), Packers
CB Quinten Rollins remained in the limited category for practice Thursday for the second straight day. Having Rollins on the field for some involvement in the padded practice could be taken as another step in the right direction after the young starter was subjected to the concussion protocol since he sustained a neck injury in the regular-season finale Jan. 1. More on Rollins' status for the Sunday game at Dallas won't be known until Friday.

01/12/17 - Alvin Dupree, Kentucky, Steelers
LB Bud Dupree told ESPN that he was fined $18,231 by the NFL for his hit on Miami Dolphins quarterback Matt Moore during Sunday's AFC wild-card game. Dupree, who said that he would appeal the fine, was penalized on the play in which he blasted Moore in the facemask midway into the second quarter. Moore remained on the field for several moments before retreating to the sideline for one play, prompting the NFL and players' association to open an investigation on the Dolphins.

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