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Brooke Pryor ESPN Staff Writer 

Steelers RB Jaylen Samuels has been activated off the Reserve/COVID-19 list. He was the last Steeler on the list. The team released fullback Spencer Nigh to make room.

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

Good morning, Tom Brady. The Bucs began their ramp-up period this week, which means these practices are starting to look a lot more like football practices versus straight conditioning. A lot more throwing today and the whole team is out on the field. Last week it was just skill players.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Before they take to the field for even their first practice, the Dallas Cowboys have added to their defensive line, agreeing to a one-year deal with veteran Everson Griffen, a source confirmed an NFL Network report. The Cowboys initiated discussions with Griffen earlier this week but he had been on their radar for most of offseason. In 10 seasons in Minnesota, he had 74.5 sacks, including eight last season.

Brady Henderson ESPN 

Pete Carroll confirmed that receiver John Ursua, the only Seahawk to be placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list so far, had a false positive test. Carroll said the team has done better in that regard than he could have anticipated. He praised the Seahawks' veteran leadership for sending the right message about being disciplined. Ursua has been re-activated and practiced Wednesday. He's competing for time in the slot.

Brady Henderson ESPN 

Pete Carroll's initial impressions of Jamal Adams: "He's really sharp. He's really competitive in that he really cares and he wants to know all of the details ... He's got a unique focus that some great players we've had really demonstrated. I just know that he's the real deal. You can see it on film. You can see it when you meet him."

Brady Henderson ESPN 

As expected, cornerback Quinton Dunbar did not take part in the Seahawks' first practice of training camp. He's going through the initial COVID-19 testing that players went through when they reported to camp two weeks ago. Pete Carroll anticipates Dunbar joining the team in earnest on Friday. He arrived in town Sunday after being activated off the Commissioner Exempt List. The NFL made that move after the Broward County prosecutors decided to not file armed-robbery charges against Dunbar.

Brady Henderson ESPN 

Chris Carson is away from the Seahawks as he tends to a serious family matter back home in Atlanta, Pete Carroll said Wednesday. Carroll isn't sure when Carson will return. With Carson gone and Rashaad Penny on PUP, the Seahawks are beginning training camp without their top two running backs. They signed Carlos Hyde, drafted DeeJay Dallas in the fourth round and have Travis Homer returning for his second NFL season. Penny is still recovering from surgery to repair the ACL he tore in December.

Brady Henderson ESPN 

Pete Carroll said K.J. Wright made a "marvelous return" from offseason shoulder surgery. The Seahawks thought he may have to go on PUP, but Carroll said he passed his physical with flying colors. "We'll still look after him and take care of him," Carroll said, "but he's in great shape." Wright took part in the team's first practice Wednesday. Seattle has a logjam at linebacker with three starting spots for the foursome of Wright, Bobby Wagner, Bruce Irvin and first-round pick Jordyn Brooks.

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

The Saints announced that they won't have any fans in the Superdome for their Week 1 opener against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers — meaning you'll have to watch Drew Brees vs. Tom Brady on TV. The Saints added that it's "unlikely" they will host fans in Week 3 against the Packers, though they will be prepared if anything changes as they continue to work with government and health officials.

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

A Wednesday evening treat: Here's a glimpse of Dolphins QB Tua Tagovailoa in his first NFL practice (@MiamiDolphins):

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Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Dolphins have been active on waivers this week. They claimed CB Breon Borders off waivers from Pittsburgh today, TE Nate Wieting from Cleveland on Monday. They also signed free agent DT Brandin Bryant. More new faces for competition once all clear covid-19 testing. Padded practices begin next Monday for Miami.

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Dolphins have been active on waivers this week. They claimed CB Breon Borders off waivers from Pittsburgh today, TE Nate Wieting from Cleveland on Monday. More competition once both clear covid-19 testing. Padded practices begin next Monday for Miami.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

QB Sam Darnold said his off-season regimen was the same as always: Keep the arm/upper body loose, make his lower body as strong as possible and eat right. "I'm not having In-N-Out every single day," he said. Asked his go-to In-N-Out meal, he said, "Grilled onions (on burger) and a Neopolitan shake."

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets RB Le'Veon Bell addressed his scrutinized relationship with Adam Gase, telling reporters on a zoom call: "I love Coach Gase. I don't understand the allegations about me and Coach Gase ... I think he's a good leader for us. I think he can get it done." Bell said Gase is "chill," describing him as more analytical than fiery.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Coach Adam Gase conducted the Jets' first on-field practice today, albeit a scaled-down version. (It was closed to the media.) He said he was excited to get going after months of virtual meetings. He said the biggest challenge of coaching in a pandemic is "the unknown... Things can change very quickly. It can spread so fast. It's about everybody doing the right thing." Friday's practice is open to the media; the first padded practice is Monday.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Receiver Malik Turner, who has been in Green Bay since his visit last week, has cleared testing and his physical and has been officially added to the Packers roster. S Frankie Griffin was released.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Dak Prescott wasn't sure how many Cowboys will stay at the Omni Hotel during camp, but estimated up to 90 percent will to steer clear of COVID-19. “For me it's about trying to stay as safe as I can, as healthy as I can without knowing the true future of where this season's going to go,” he said. “I think it's important for us as players to try to create the smallest bubble as we can amongst players. Because as this season gets to playing out, I think part of it is the healthiest team wins.”

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Dak Prescott said he is not frustrated his future is not set with the Cowboys on a long-term deal. “Business is business and once I'm in the locker room and part of what's going on now, I don't worry too much about the future. I just worry about the day. I'm excited as hell to be a Dallas Cowboy … No frustration as far as that. Once again I believe something will get done and it's my hope and belief I'll be a Dallas Cowboy for the rest of my career.”