News: Brown insists the only number on his mind is 2015, not his salary. The Pittsburgh Steelers All-Pro wide receiver was on the field with the rest of his teammates when the Steelers began organized team activities on Tuesday. Brown brushed aside questions about whether he planned to sit out the activities and minicamp in search of a new deal.
Impact: Brown led the NFL with a team-record 129 receptions in 2014. He downplayed the idea he was unhappy with the six-year $43-million contract he signed in 2012. The 26-year-old Brown promised he will be at Saint Vincent College when the Steelers begin training camp in July and that any contract issues are for agent Drew Rosenhaus to figure out.
News: Dallas has signed Jenkins after working him out last week.
Impact: Jenkins, the 30th overall pick by San Francisco in 2012, didn't catch a pass in three regular-season and two playoff games as a rookie for the 49ers. He was traded to Kansas City during training camp in 2013, then had 17 catches for 223 yards and started only three of the 28 regular-season games he played the past two seasons.
News: Clemons skipped the first day of the team's organized team activities. Clemons was the only player missing from Jacksonville's 90-man roster Tuesday. Jaguars coach Gus Bradley spoke to Clemons in recent days and expressed his desire to have everyone in attendance for the voluntary workouts. But Clemons didn't show.
Impact: Since the workouts are voluntary, Clemons is under no obligation to attend. The 12-year veteran skipped voluntary OTAs last year in Jacksonville and previously with Seattle. Bradley said: "We want everybody here and he knows that. That's a choice he makes. ... I have faith in Chris Clemons. I know that he'll come back. He's never not come back ready to go, but I don't want to assume that. I would like to see him back here, but we'll work through it."
News: Suh drew attention for his absence from offseason training sessions in recent weeks, but he was on the field with the rest of his new teammates Tuesday for the Dolphins' first organized team activity.
Impact: Like the training sessions, attendance at OTAs is voluntary but strongly encouraged by coaches. Taking part in the OTA was an easy decision, Suh said, but he declined to discuss why he missed the training sessions. Suh's attendance record is being monitored more closely in the wake of his new six-year contract. He looked fit and active in his first practice with the Dolphins, making his way into the backfield several times.