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  • 4/21, 11:21 am
    • Rivers reported to voluntary workouts at...

      Rivers reported to voluntary workouts at Chargers Park on Monday assuming that he is and will remain the starting quarterback in 2015, the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.

      Analysis: It's business as usual for Rivers, but his future with the team has been a hot topic of conversation in San Diego. Rivers is entering a contract year and has expressed a desire to play it out, while the Bolts have recently worked out former Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota. This combination of events has fueled speculation that Rivers could be moved in a blockbuster draft day trade. Rivers is well-respected in the locker room, and many of his teammates have expressed support for their field leader, but this is a story that is not likely to go away any time soon.

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  • 4/21, 10:57 am
    • Stanton said Tuesday that he'll be...

      Stanton said Tuesday that he'll be able to take part in all football activities during the offseason, Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic reports.

      Analysis: After suffering a sprained ACL and Grade 2 MCL sprain in Week 15, Stanton didn't helm the offense for the rest of the regular season and even required surgery to combat an infection on Dec. 24. Heading into the playoffs, there was a belief within the Cardinals' organization that he may be able to suit up, if the team emerged victorious in the Wild Card round. Alas, that didn't come to pass, and coach Bruce Arians was required to trust in Ryan Lindley due to the absence of Carson Palmer (knee). With offseason workouts underway, Stanton admitted that he may take a cautious approach with his conditioning, but if Palmer's recovery from a torn ACL is at all delayed, Stanton is the clear option to fill in as the No. 1 signal caller.

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  • 4/21, 10:40 am
    • Ellington (hernia) took part in the...

      Ellington (hernia) took part in the "Phase-1" portion of voluntary workouts Tuesday, Mike Jurecki of FOX Sports 910 Phoenix reports.

      Analysis: The initial blame for Ellington's supbar sophomore campaign can be blamed on a tendon issue in his left foot, which he sustained shortly before the season opener and afflicted him thereafter. Once November rolled around, the Cardinals listed the running back on the injury report with a hip injury, and eventually, his season came to a close following hernia surgery on Dec. 8. More than four months removed from the procedure, his presence at the first offseason workout is a step in the right direction toward his overall health. Although his YPC dropped from 5.5 as a rookie to 3.3 last year, the addition of bulldozing guard Mike Iupati via free agency sets Ellington up for a bounce back, as long as he avoids the injury bug that has followed him into the professional ranks.

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  • 4/21, 9:44 am
    • Berry -- who continues to receive...

      Berry -- who continues to receive treatment for lymphoma -- was among the Kansas City players not present at the start of the team's offseason training program on Monday, ESPN.com reports.

      Analysis: Coach Andy Reid relayed Monday that Berry -- who has a couple of treatments left -- "is doing very well" and also indicated that the safety has been able to work out of late.

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  • 4/21, 9:21 am
    • Niklas (ankle) has been cleared for...

      Niklas (ankle) has been cleared for all team activities, FOX Sports 910 AM's Mike Jurecki reports.

      Analysis: A second-round pick in the 2014 NFL Draft, Niklas was bothered by his left ankle throughout his rookie season, ultimately landing on injured reserve in mid-November. He finished with just three catches for 38 yards in seven games, but he'll presumably enter training camp with a chance to beat out John Carlson for the starting job. While Niklas' 6-foot-6, 270-pound frame could make him a very useful red-zone target, he projects as more of a balanced in-line tight end than a high-volume receiver.

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