Atlanta Falcons
Justin Hardy, WRQuestionableApr 17
Comment: Hardy (shoulder) appeared to be doing rehab work on a side field Tuesday,'s Vaughn McClure reports.
Devonta Freeman, RBQuestionableApr 17
Comment: Freeman (knee) appeared to be on a side field doing rehab work Tuesday, Vaughn McClure of reports.
Chicago Bears
Aaron Lynch, LBQuestionableApr 18
Comment: Lynch suffered a left ankle injury on Wednesday, Patrick Finley of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
Allen Robinson, WRQuestionableApr 18
Comment: Coach Matt Nagy indicated that Robinson continues to focus on the "mental" aspect of his wideout role with the Bears as he sits out drills due to his ongoing recovery from a torn left ACL, the Chicago Tribune reports.
Cincinnati Bengals
Tyler Eifert, TEQuestionableApr 16
Comment: Eifert recently indicated that he still isn't allowed to squat or perform exercises that "load the spine," Jim Owczarski of reports. "It's important to stay healthy whether you've been hurt or not, but I think I'm obviously in a unique situation with the amount of games I've missed," the tight end said. "I'm doing everything I can as far as maintenance goes and all that stuff so I can stay on the field -- just doing what I can."
Nick Vigil, LBQuestionableApr 16
Comment: Vigil (ankle/back) claims he suffered a herniated disc last December while rehabbing his sprained ankle, Jim Owczarski of reports. "It was extremely frustrating because I was planning on coming back for the last couple games of the year and then had the back issue and they had to put me on IR," the linebacker said.
Detroit Lions
Ezekiel Ansah, DEQuestionableApr 16
Comment: Ansah (knee) is going to report to the Lions on Tuesday and sign his $17.14 million franchise tag, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Houston Texans
DeAndre Hopkins, WRQuestionableApr 18
Comment: Hopkins (calf) said he expects himself and Deshaun Watson (knee) to be the best quarterback-wideout duo in the NFL,'s Sarah Barshop reports.
Nick Martin, CQuestionableApr 17
Comment: Martin (ankle) has resumed running after undergoing ankle surgery in late December, Aaron Wilson of The Houston Chronicle reports.
Kansas City Chiefs
Chris Jones, DEQuestionableApr 16
Comment: Jones (knee) cut back 25 pounds this offseason, Terez A. Paylor of The Kansas City Star reports.
Eric Berry, SQuestionableApr 16
Comment: Berry (Achilles) was present for the beginning of offseason workouts, Terez A. Paylor of The Kansas City Star reports.
Spencer Ware, RBQuestionableApr 16
Comment: While he still expects Ware (knee) to return for the upcoming season, Chiefs coach Andy Reid acknowledged Monday that he isn't 100 percent sure about the running back's availability, Terez A. Paylor of The Kansas City Star reports.
Los Angeles Rams
Greg Zuerlein, PKQuestionableApr 16
Comment: Rams coach Sean McVay said Zuerlein is making good progress in his recovery from December back surgery, Gary Klein of the Los Angeles Times reports.
Philadelphia Eagles
Jordan Hicks, LBQuestionableApr 18
Comment: Hicks (Achilles) remains ahead of schedule in his recovery, Jimmy Kempski of the Philly Voice reports. "It has been a very good rehab," the linebacker said. "It feels like since Day 1, I've been ahead of schedule. Doctors and training staff are pleased with where I'm at, just progressing every day, constantly trying to get stronger, trying to get my explosion back.
Carson Wentz, QBQuestionableApr 17
Comment: Wentz said Tuesday that he has begun the running portion of his rehab from a torn ACL in his left knee, Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Seattle Seahawks
Malik McDowell, DTQuestionableApr 16
Comment: McDowell (concussion) is expected to be released in the near future, Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network reports.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Kendell Beckwith, LBQuestionableApr 19
Comment: Beckwith will miss OTAs and is questionable for training camp after fracturing his ankle in a single-car accident Tuesday, Scott Smith of the team's official website reports.
Demar Dotson, OTQuestionableApr 15
Comment: Dotson underwent surgery to repair a torn meniscus in his knee but is expected to be back for training camp, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Washington Redskins
Rob Kelley, RBQuestionableApr 18
Comment: Kelley (ankle) will have a lot to prove during the offseason program and OTAs, Rich Tandler of NBC Sports Washington reports.
Ty Nsekhe, OTQuestionableApr 16
Comment: Nsekhe signed with the Redskins on Monday.