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Free-agent QB Colin Kaepernick met with the Seahawks on Wednesday. Kaepernick's former NFC West nemesis is reportedly considering options for a backup signal-caller.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

The Miami Dolphins signed first-round pick Charles Harris on Wednesday, the team announced. Miami now has its entire 2017 draft class signed.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Police in Manhattan set up barriers outside NFL headquarters ahead of a "show of solidarity" event coordinated by supporters of Colin Kaepernick.

Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

Nothing serious on Corey Coleman leaving OTA practice or on Myles Garrett and Jabrill Peppers missing. Coach Hue Jackson said Coleman fell on the ball after a catch. Garrett said he'd be back next week. As will Peppers, Jackson said.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Antonio Brown at the press conference for his celebrity charity softball game, complete with tropical bird Gucci shoes.

Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

QB Brock Osweiler admits he had no advance notice of his trade from Houston to the Browns.


Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Jason Garrett said Ezekiel Elliott will not practice Thursday as he deals with some "body soreness, neck soreness," because of a car accident Sunday night but the expectation is Elliott will take part in OTAs next week.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

Broncos defensive coordinator Joe Woods mentioned a few players today as he covered a variety of topics. One who drew special mention from Woods was defensive end Adam Gotsis. Woods said Gotsis -- a '16 draft pick -- has shown plenty of progress on the field and "he looks like an action figure ... He's put together."

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Tight end Jason Witten did not take part in Wednesday's OTA as the Cowboys look to keep the 15-year veteran fresh. Linebacker Sean Lee also had the day off. Both players are expected to take part in Thursday's session, which is closed to the media.

Carlos Nava Columnist, ESPN Deportes 

Jaylon Smith asegura que ya puede hacer todo en el campo pero que los #cowboys prefieren en OTAs llevarlo con calma. El linebacker de recupera de una lesión de rodilla que sufrió en su último partido colegial. Ni jugó ni entrenó toda la temporada pasada, a pesar de que fue reclutado en segunda ronda del draft. Smiths dijo que el lunes entrenó sin problema práctica completa. 'Fue muy emocionante estar en el campo otra vez equipado, luego de un año de estar sólo viendo desde afuera', dijo Smith. El miércoles es el único día que la prensa tiene acceso al entrenamiento y acceso a jugadores de los Cowboys en estos entrenamientos voluntarios, las llamadas Actividades Organizadas por el Equipo (OTA). Esta es la primera de tres semanas con Actividades Organizadas por el Equipo de los Cowboys.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Cowboys offensive coordinator Scott Linehan and running backs coach Gary Brown expressed no concern about the status of Ezekiel Elliott after the running back was in a car accident Sunday. Elliott has not practiced the last two days as a precaution. Linehan said he didn't believe the absence would be long.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins said he's being patient with the contract talks, saying he's not in a hurry. They have until July 15 to reach a deal.


Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

Myles Garrett called signing his rookie deal "a relief." What's on the agenda with the money? "A budget," he said. #Browns

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Running back salaries aren't what they used to be, but Le'Veon Bell -- currently under the franchise tag -- has a compelling case to hit it big. The combination of running and receiving he showed in 2016 was unprecedented in NFL history.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

After missing the Jets' first OTA practice on Tuesday, S Calvin Pryor rejoined his teammates and practiced on Wednesday (closed to the media). The practices are voluntary, but Pryor's absence was noteworthy because his roster spot appears in jeopardy after the team drafted two safeties.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

The shortened overtime rule didn't do much for Redskins coach Jay Gruden. "Who cares," Gruden said.