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Elliott was detained but eventually released without charge Sunday morning at a music festival in Las Vegas, NFL.com reports.
Analysis: For a player that has served a six-game suspension due to violations of the personal conduct policy, Elliott likely will be scrutinized by the NFL for this incident with a security guard. That said, it appears to be minor in nature, as evidenced by team president Stephen Jones telling Todd Archer of ESPN.com that the incident won't affect negotiations with the running back on a long-term deal. One of a handful of Cowboys approaching the end of their rookie contracts, Elliott has racked up 5,247 yards from scrimmage on 1,003 touches and 34 touchdowns in 40 career games.
Phillips signed a contract with the Chiefs on Monday, Field Yates of ESPN reports.
Analysis: Phillips spent 2018 in Arizona and caught three passes for 38 yards in eight games. The 31-year-old has topped 100 receiving yards only once in his nine-year career, so he shouldn't be expected to factor much into the passing game if he manages to make the 53-man roster.
Leggett was waived by the Jets on Monday, Field Yates of ESPN reports.
Analysis: Leggett's two seasons in New York were wholly uneventful, as he did not see the field during his rookie year due to injury and caught only 14 passes for 114 yards and one touchdown last season. The 2017 fifth-round pick will look to latch on elsewhere for a fresh start in year three.
Dunbar (shin) didn't participate in OTAs, but is progressing nicely from injury, Tarik El-Bashir of The Athletic reports.
Analysis: Head coach Jay Gruden was optimistic about Dunbar, saying he's doing very well, but the team is taking a cautious approach with his recovery per El-Bashir. Dunbar is rehabbing a shin injury sustained in Week 9, in which there was a nerve problem in his leg, and the team placed him on injured reserve. It's still uncertain whether the 26-year-old will be ready for training camp or not.
Guice (knee) is not going through 11-on-11 work during Monday's OTAs, Kareem Copeland of The Washington Post reports.
Analysis: The second-year running back continues to work his way back from an ACL injury in August and the Redskins are being cautious with him at this stage of the offseason. The plan has been for Guice to do individual drills during OTAs with the hope of being fully ready for the start of training camp, so things appear to be progressing as expected.
Jones will get the bulk of the backup reps behind Eli Manning during OTAs, Ryan Dunleavy of The Newark Star-Ledger reports.
Analysis: The Giants are positioning Jones to get as many reps as possible while still having Manning run with the starters. Jones, the No. 6 overall pick, figures to be the Giant's backup quarterback as a rookie while being groomed as the starter of the future once Manning's Giants tenure concludes.
Kelly signed a contract with the Colts on Monday, Andrew Walker of the team's official site reports.
Analysis: A 2017 seventh-round pick of the Broncos, Kelly looked like an intriguing developmental option after claiming Denver's backup job heading into last season on the heels of a strong training camp and preseason. The 25-year-old suddenly found himself out of work by late October, when the Broncos waived him shortly after he was arrested on a trespassing charge. Kelly, who had a history of off-field transgressions during his time in college, went unsigned the rest of last season, but he'll now get a second chance in Indianapolis after apparently impressing the coaching staff during his tryout earlier this month. Assuming he can meet the Colts' expectations both on and off the field, Kelly could have a legitimate chance to unseat Jacoby Brissett as the understudy to Andrew Luck.
Anderson (knee) expects to be 100 percent healthy for the start of training camp, Fletcher Page of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Analysis: Coach Zac Taylor didn't sound quite as confident, simply noting that the Bengals will see where Anderson is at when training camp rolls around. The rookie sixth-round pick will be held out of spring practices while he recovers from the torn ACL he suffered in early September. The typical timeline from an ACL rehab would seem to put him on track for Week 1, but it's worth noting that Anderson suffered two other season-ending injuries during his time at Oklahoma. It also isn't clear if there's any backfield role available in the Cincinnati offense, as Joe Mixon and Giovani Bernard are locked in atop the depth chart. The Bengals might consider stashing Anderson on the PUP list or injured reserve even if his recovery moves along on schedule.