Arizona Cardinals
Drew Stanton, QBProbableApr 21
Comment: Stanton said Tuesday that he'll be able to take part in all football activities during the offseason, Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic reports.
Andre Ellington, RBProbableApr 21
Comment: Ellington (hernia) took part in the "Phase-1" portion of voluntary workouts Tuesday, Mike Jurecki of FOX Sports 910 Phoenix reports.
Troy Niklas, TEProbableApr 21
Comment: Niklas (ankle) has been cleared for all team activities, FOX Sports 910 AM's Mike Jurecki reports.
Baltimore Ravens
C.J. Mosley, LBProbableApr 23
Comment: Mosley (wrist) may be limited in offseason workouts, ESPN's Jamison Hensley reports.
Jimmy Smith, CBProbableApr 21
Comment: Smith signed a four-year extension with the Ravens on Tuesday, the team's official website reports.
Dennis Pitta, TEQuestionableApr 21
Comment: Pitta (hip) has been able to participate in the Ravens' voluntary conditioning program, which started Monday, the Baltimore Sun reports.
Kansas City Chiefs
Mike DeVito, DEQuestionableApr 21
Comment: DeVito (Achilles) indicated Monday that he felt healthy, but cautioned "you never know until you get out there," Adam Teicher of ESPN reports.
Tyler Bray, QBQuestionableApr 21
Comment: Bray continues to rehab his torn ACL, the Kansas City Star reports.
Eric Berry, SSOutApr 21
Comment: Berry -- who continues to receive treatment for lymphoma -- was among the Kansas City players not present at the start of the team's offseason training program on Monday, reports.
Miami Dolphins
Greg Jennings, WRProbableApr 23
Comment: Jennings' (elbow) deal with the Dolphins is for two years and $8 million, the Sun Sentinel reports.
Greg Jennings, WRProbableApr 22
Comment: The Dolphins are slated to sign Jennings, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports.
New England Patriots
Jerod Mayo, LBQuestionableApr 22
Comment: Mayo (knee) has agreed to a restructured contract that will keep him with the Patriots this season, reports.
New York Giants
Victor Cruz, WRQuestionableApr 23
Comment: Cruz, who is bouncing back from a patellar tendon tear, believes that he will be available to play in Week 1, reports.
San Diego Chargers
Philip Rivers, QBProbableApr 21
Comment: Rivers reported to voluntary workouts at Chargers Park on Monday assuming that he is and will remain the starting quarterback in 2015, the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.