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David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers general manager Dave Gettleman said defensive tackle Kawann Short still hasn't signed the franchise tag tender, but he expects that to happen soon. It probably will happen before OTAs begin. Not an immediate fear this will turn into a situation like Josh Norman a year ago. Norman never signed and the tag was rescinded.

Jeff Darlington ESPN 

I just had a good chat with Jim Harbaugh at University of Michigan's Pro Day about his khaki game. He now wears high-end activewear Lululemon pants. "I'll never wear anything else." Man, he's come a long way.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Defensive lineman Art Jones only played 17 games for Colts after receiving $16 million in guaranteed money. Jones, who was released Friday after three injury-filled years, is another reminder that the Ravens generally make the right call with their own free agents. Ravens took criticism for initially not retaining Jones, a starter on their Super Bowl team.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

?Pittsburgh Steelers GM Kevin Colbert is among the GMs at Michigan Pro Day. Keith Butler also here for the Steelers.?

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers general manager Dave Gettleman on signing running back Jonathan Stewart, 30, to an extension through 2018: "He can still flat play. He's like a fine wine right now. It has nothing to do with cap relief." Gettleman also still will take a back in the draft. Didn't rule out first round at No. 8.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers general manager Dave Gettleman said the team will pick up wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin's fifth year option for 2018. No surprise.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers general manager Dave Gettleman said tackle Michael Oher remains in the concussion protocol. When I asked him about his level of concern regarding Oher being ready for the season, he said: "Michael is doing NFL workouts. His workouts are not for the feint of heart."

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Among the Lions contingent at Michigan Pro Day are GM Bob Quinn, DL coach Kris Kocurek and WR coach Robert Prince. Taco Charlton, Chris Wormley, Amara Darboh and Jehu Chesson prospects at those spots.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets are showing interest in the draft's top quarterback prospects -- hardly a surprise. They've already held a private workout with Notre Dame's DeShone Kizer, a source confirmed, and they're planning a workout with North Carolina's Mitchell Trubisky. No word yet on Clemson's DeShaun Watson and Texas Tech's Patrick Mahomes.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

The Colts have released Arthur Jones. The Colts clear $5.15 million cap space by releasing the defensive lineman. There were a lot of high hopes for Jones when the Colts signed him to a five-year, $33 million contract in the spring of 2014. Jones played a total of 17 regular-season games because of constant injury problems, including missing all of the 2015 season with an ankle injury. He took a pay cut in the spring of 2016 and then ended up getting a four-game suspension during the offseason for using performance-enhancing drugs.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets coach Todd Bowles, continuing his scouting tour of the Big Ten Conference, is attending the Michigan pro day on Friday. Talent evaluators say the Wolverines could have as many as 12 players drafted, including DE Taco Charlton and S Jabrill Peppers -- potential first rounders. Yesterday, Bowles scouted Ohio State, another school loaded with defensive talent. Detect a trend?

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

This what Panthers running back Jonathan Stewart told the team website about Carolina adding a running back in the draft: "I mean, it's a good thing. You always want fresh legs. Fresh legs mean a lot, especially in the fourth quarter. Having somebody potentially come in here … there are a lot of good running backs in this draft class, a lot of talent. Definitely open arms to get somebody in here that wants to win and understands that. We're better as a fist than we are as an open hand."