The Boston Herald confirms Rob Gronkowski's fourth left-forearm surgery will take place Monday at Massachusetts General Hospital.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette anticipates third-round WR Markus Wheaton entering camp behind the "learning curve" because Oregon State's late graduation will keep him away from the Steelers until June 14.
Brandon Weeden admits he was "surprised" by the Browns' signing of Brian Hoyer.
CSN Washington believes Roy Helu and No. 154 pick RB Chris Thompson are competing for the same roster spot.
Michael Vick says new Eagles coach Chip Kelly "taught" him how to properly hold the football while running.
Trent Richardson isn't expected to face criminal charges after being accused of assault by two women in a civil lawsuit.
League and team sources tell SI's Don Banks that the FBI's investigation into Browns owner Jimmy Haslam's truck-stop company Pilot Flying J is unlikely to affect his ownership "for now."
Dolphins TE Michael Egnew has taken up mixed martial arts this offseason, and believes it's helped him "learn how to compete."
According to the National Football Post's Dan Pompei, the Titans believe they can "get more out of Delanie Walker than they did Jared Cook."
ESPN Cleveland reports the Jets "really wanted" QB Brian Hoyer before he signed with the Browns.
Coach Greg Schiano believes third-round pick Mike Glennon was the best quarterback in the draft, and is "not against" him beating out Josh Freeman for the Bucs' starting job.
ESPN Boston reports ILB Brandon Spikes "hasn’t been seen much" since the start of the Patriots' offseason program.
According to the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the Browns plan to throw to TE Jordan Cameron "a lot," and targeted him on "plenty of deep balls" in OTAs.
ESPN New York considers Geno Smith the heavy favorite to win the Jets' quarterback competition.
ESPN New York reports David Garrard was struggling to "drive the ball" on longer passes before his retirement.