Suh The Lions defensive tackle, who is making $22.4 million against the salary cap for 2014, remains unsigned past the end of this season and there has been little indication that a deal is imminent. Both he and Detroits management have said over the past few months they would like to broker a deal to keep Suh with the Lions for a while, but it has yet to materialize. Suh declined to talk with reporters throughout the three-day mandatory minicamp. When Detroit coach Jim Caldwell was asked about ending spring workouts without a new deal for Suh or having rookie http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/10/prweb11222047.htm tight end Eric Ebron under contract he didnt seem too bothered by it.
RUNNING BACK Arians said earlier in the offseason that he wants to get Andre Ellington 25 to 30 touches a game. It doesn't seem realistic, but Arians has at least backed off the notion that Ellington must be protected because of his slight build; anointing him the team's No. 1 back. Ellington was a dynamic force in space last season and that is where the Cardinals most likely will want to get him this season. Second-year back Stepfan Taylor gives the team more of a between-the-tackles runner, but Arians has liked the pass-catching versatility he's seen from former Steeler Jonathan Dwyer , who has been known primarily as a bruising runner.
Kelly: Summer workouts will help players get ahead
30. Kelly said it's too early to say if Grace can compete to regain his starting job by the opener, but said Grace is in good spirits. "I think it's the best I've seen him mentally. He was in a tough spot there for a little bit before the surgery," he said.