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Alex Boone    OG   San Francisco 49ers
 
As expected, Boone did not report to 49ers' training camp Wednesday, CSN Bay Area reports.

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Odell Beckham    WR   New York Giants
 
Beckham "tweaked" his hamstring during Tuesday's practice, according to GM Jerry Reese, Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News reports.

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Vernon Davis    TE   San Francisco 49ers
 
Davis reported to training camp on Wednesday, the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

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Reggie Wayne    WR   Indianapolis Colts
 
Wayne, who tore his right ACL last October, -- indicated that he has been cleared for training camp, Kevin Bowen of Colts.com reports.

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Vick Ballard    RB   Indianapolis Colts
 
Ballard (knee) indicated that he's been cleared for football activities, Mike Chappell of the Indianapolis Star reports.

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Jamaal Charles    RB   Kansas City Chiefs
 
Charles, who is in a contract dispute, will not report for training camp Wednesday, according to NFL.com.

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Charles, who is coming off a 2013 season in which he racked up 1,980 yards from scrimmage and 19 total touchdowns, has two years left on a six-year, $27.97 million contract that he signed in 2010. It's a deal that the running back believes that he has outplayed and it looks like he's prepared to hold out in order to rectify that. On the plus side, the report notes that the two sides have talked about a new contract, which suggests that a compromise could well be reached down the road.
Rob Gronkowski    TE   New England Patriots
 
According to coach Bill Belichick, Gronkowski (knee) has been medically cleared to play, the Patriots' official site reports.

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Gronkowski's recovery from the torn ACL and MCL that he suffered last Dec. 8 has evidently gone smoothly and he'll avoid placement on the Patriots' PUP list to start training camp. After working with the team's medical staff (as opposed to on-field activities) during the team's OTAs and mini-camp, we'd expect the Patriots to ease Gronkowski back into action as camp progresses, but in the absence of any setbacks, Wednesday's news puts the star tight end in line to be available for Week 1.
Jay Prosch    FB   Houston Texans
 
Prosch is Houston's primary full back heading into training camp, the Houston Chronicle reports.

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Marqise Lee    WR   Jacksonville Jaguars
 
Lee (ankle) expects to be ready for the start of training camp Friday, Jaguars.com reports. “Everything’s good,” Lee said. “I’m pretty much cleared. They still want me to take it slow as far as right now. During camp, that’s when I pick it up. We’ve got a while before we actually put on pads, so by that time pads come on, I should be OK.”

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Allen Robinson    WR   Jacksonville Jaguars
 
Robinson (hamstring) is expected to be a full participant in training camp, Jaguars.com reports.

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Jamaal Charles    RB   Kansas City Chiefs
 
While ESPN.com notes that the Chiefs believe that Charles will report to training camp on time, KWCH.com suggests that the running back, who is seeking a raise, will not be present when the Chiefs' veterans report to training camp.

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Julio Jones    WR   Atlanta Falcons
 
Jones (foot) will be ready for the start of training camp, D. Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.

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Danny Woodhead    RB   San Diego Chargers
 
Woodhead signed a two-year contract extension with the Chargers on Tuesday, NFL.com reports.

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Woodhead proved to be a seamless fit in the running back committee with Ryan Mathews and Ronnie Brown last season, becoming quarterback Philip Rivers' favorite receiving option out of the backfield. The 29-year-old set career-highs with 76 receptions, six touchdowns and 1,296 all-purpose yards. Woodhead will carry most of his interest in PPR leagues in 2014, but considering the high volume of touches he'll see when combining his carries and receptions, he's worth owning in just about any format.
Ace Sanders    WR   Jacksonville Jaguars
 
Sanders is taking a leave of absence from football and is facing a four-game suspension for violating the league's substance abuse policy, the Florida Times-Union reports.

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Sanders said he will likely be away from Jacksonville for all of training camp. Considering he was no sure thing to make the roster at all, this could be at the end of his Jacksonville career, though his contract still has three years left. He's seeking help for an issue that he declined to elaborate upon while speaking briefly with media Tuesday, so hopefully he finds what he needs and can make another run at his NFL career once he has things in order. This development makes Tandon Doss a favorite to make the team and serve as Jacksonville's punt returner.
Odell Beckham    WR   New York Giants
 
Beckham indicated Tuesday that his hamstring is "feeling a lot better," Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News reports.

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Thaddeus Lewis    QB   Buffalo Bills
 
Lewis' teammate Jeff Tuel will be given a full shot at competing for the No. 2 quarterback job throughout training camp, BuffaloBills.com reports. Said coach Doug Marrone, "Sure, we have a battle for the second-team quarterback. We're trying to find out who it's going to be and Jeff did a nice job in OTAs and he's earned himself some more reps."

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