Arizona Cardinals
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Tony Jefferson, SQuestionableFeb 20
Comment: Jefferson (knee) is expected to reach the open market once free agency begins on March 9, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.
Atlanta Falcons
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Adrian Clayborn, DEQuestionableFeb 21
Comment: Clayborn (biceps) faces about four more months of recovery, Vaughn McClure of ESPN reports.
Chicago Bears
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Jay Cutler, QBQuestionableFeb 22
Comment: Cutler (shoulder) is expected to be healthy enough to pass a physical in March, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Cincinnati Bengals
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Giovani Bernard, RBQuestionableFeb 20
Comment: Bernard (knee) is making great progress in his rehabilitation from last season's torn ACL and anticipated to return some time during training camp, Geoff Hobson of Bengals.com reports.
Dallas Cowboys
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James Hanna, TEQuestionableFeb 22
Comment: Hanna's (knee) timeline for return is unclear, David Helman of the Cowboys' official site reports.
Green Bay Packers
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Eddie Lacy, RBQuestionableFeb 22
Comment: Lacy (ankle) has progressed enough in his recovery to run in a pool, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.
T.J. Lang, GQuestionableFeb 20
Comment: Lang (foot) remains on crutches due to offseason hip surgery, the Wisconsin State Journal reports.
Houston Texans
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Derek Newton, OTQuestionableFeb 22
Comment: Newton (knee) is making "steady progress" in his recovery, the Houston Chronicle reports.
Indianapolis Colts
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Jack Mewhort, OTQuestionableFeb 22
Comment: Mewhort's (knee) season-ending knee injury from 2016 was revealed to be a chondral defect, Kevin Bowen of the Colts' official site reports.
Jacksonville Jaguars
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Jared Odrick, DLQuestionableFeb 20
Comment: Odrick will be released by the Jaguars on Monday, his management agency, DEC Management, reports.
Oakland Raiders
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Derek Carr, QBQuestionableFeb 22
Comment: Carr (fibula) is approaching 100 percent health, NFL.com reports. "[He's] Walking around already, stretching it out," his brother, David Carr, said on NFL Total Access on Tuesday. "He can't do a lot for the bone, but he's going to be back. He'll get a whole full offseason in, and that's going to be the best part."
Pittsburgh Steelers
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Le'Veon Bell, RBQuestionableFeb 22
Comment: Bell (groin) isn't expected to undergo groin surgery this offseason, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

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