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The Seahawks have agreed to a three-year extension with S Julian Love that could be worth up to $36 million, according to Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times. The deal marks a significant increase on Love's average annual salary from the two-year, $12 million pact he signed with Seattle last offseason.

Panthers HC Dave Canales said Wednesday that WR Diontae Johnson will be featured in the offense.

Packers HC Matt LaFleur reportedly talked up RB A.J. Dillon at the start of training camp. According to Zach Kruse of Packers Wire, the coach said: "This is THE best I've seen him. Hands down. And I think he'd tell you the same." Dillon returned to Green Bay on a minimal one-year deal and heads toward the season as likely the No. 3 RB on the Packers' depth chart.

Bills LB Matt Milano was a full participant in Wednesday's practice to open training camp. HC Sean McDermott said early in spring that he didn't expect Milano to join offseason practices. But the veteran LB got into positional drills in the team's June minicamp.

Kendre Miller left practice early after a hamstring issue in individual drills at training camp, per Nick Underhill.

RB Javonte Williams took the first rep in every drill at the Broncos' first day of training camp, per Benjamin Allbright.

Lions WR Jameson Williams looks strong over the middle, a "different player from a year ago," per The Athletic's Nick Baumgardner.

Colts QB Anthony Richardson (shoulder) will not have any restrictions to start training camp, according to Colts GM Chris Ballard.

The Packers activated WR Jayden Reed (toe) off the Non-football injury list. He’ll be limited at practice in the short-term, per HC Matt LaFleur.

Giants QB Daniel Jones (knee) has been fully cleared for contact to start training camp, the team announced Wednesday. Jones is set to participate in all 11-on-11 work, which he didn't do in the spring. “He will play every snap the (first-team offense) is in,” HC Brian Daboll said, adding that the team will monitor Jones closely throughout camp.

Titans HC Brian Callahan said his team will fill the TE role with "a lot of different players." TEs Chig Okonkwo, Josh Whyle, and Nick Vannett will all get "plenty of opportunities" this season, Callahan added.

The Raiders placed WR Michael Gallup on the reserve/retired list. Gallup signed a one-year deal – with less than $1 million in guarantees – back in April.

Calvin Watkins of the Dallas Morning News reports that WR CeeDee Lamb plans to hold out when Cowboys training camp opens Wednesday. Lamb and the team have been working on a contract extension but have yet to work anything out.

The Patriots have placed RB Antonio Gibson on the non-football injury list for the start of training camp. We've seen no indication yet of what ailment has Gibson sidelined. New England can activate him as soon as he passes a physical.

The Browns have agreed to a contract adjustment for WR Amari Cooper. According to multiple sources, Cleveland has guaranteed the $20 million salary for 2024, the final year of Cooper's existing deal. He'll also get more of the money upfront than previously agreed upon, plus $5 million more available in incentives.

A source tells Cardinals insider Kyle Odegard that QB Kyler Murray is "fully healthy" heading into the 2024 season. Murray returned for the final eight games of 2023 after his December 2022 ACL tear. He's now about 19 months removed from surgery on that knee.

Chiefs RB Deneric Prince took reps ahead of RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire in Tuesday's training camp session, according to Arrowhead's Pride Pete Sweeney. RB Isiah Pacheco was the No. 1 RB, as expected. RBs Keaontay Ingram and Louis Rees-Zammit worked as the fourth and fifth RBs.

Colts beat writer Nate Atkins believes “the upside is still extremely high" on TE Jelani Woods. The 25-year-old missed all of last season with a hamstring injury. Back healthy, Atkins points out Woods’ freakish athleticism and the opportunity awaiting him at TE.

Per ESPN's Adam Schefter, when asked about the team's QB competition, Patriots HC Jerod Mayo commented that Jacoby Brissett "is the starting QB at this point in time".

Per Jordan Schultz, the Miami Dolphins have signed DE Emmanuel Ogbah. The signing comes only a few days after DE Shaq Barrett abruptly retired. Ogbah had 24.5 sacks, 5 forced fumbles, and 1 INT in his previous four seasons with the Dolphins.

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