Skuta was arrested and charged with first-degree misdemeanor battery for an incident in Orlando on June 19. The Orlando Police Department told actionnewsjax.com that Skuta was accused of pushing a woman's face "with an open hand and into a glass window" after she refused to give him her phone number around 2:30 a.m. Police had Skuta sit on a sidewalk and said that he had alcohol on his breath and bloodshot eyes.
Analysis: Skuta had 40 tackles and 1 1/2 sacks in 2015, his first with Jacksonville following two seasons with San Francisco and four with Cincinnati.
Kyle Wilson, NO, CB
The Saints have placed Wilson on injured reserve.
Analysis: The team did not disclose the injury. Wilson, a former first-round pick of the Jets, started four games and recorded one interception for New Orleans last season.
Johnny Manziel, Cle, QB
Manziel found himself involved in another off-field incident after reporting a hit-and-run accident to Dallas police earlier this week. A representative of the troubled quarterback says he wasn't seriously injured.
Analysis: Manziel remains unsigned and apparently without an agent with training camp about five weeks away for most NFL teams. The 2012 Heisman Trophy winner is facing a misdemeanor assault charge in a domestic violence case involving former girlfriend Colleen Crowley.
Berry has won the George Halas Award for overcoming adversity to succeed. Berry, the AP's Comeback Player of the Year, overcame a diagnosis of Hodgkin lymphoma in late 2014 to return to the field and have an All-Pro season in 2015.
Analysis: He underwent six rounds of chemotherapy treatment from Dec. 10, 2014 until May 13, 2015. Berry was declared cancer free last June 22, and he was on the field for the first training camp practice July 29. Berry returned to the starting lineup in Week 2, was third on the team with 61 tackles (55 solo), and had a pair of interceptions.
Carolina is reportedly the only team Tillman wants to play for in 2016 once he is fully recovered from the torn ACL that cost him a chance to play in the Super Bowl last season.
Analysis: Tillman helped the Panthers to a 15-1 regular-season record last year before the injury in Week 17 forced him out of the team's run to the Super Bowl. The 35-year-old said he is "probably another two months before I'm able to do a few more things" and likely would not sign with a team until near the end of training camp.
Jamarca Sanford, NO, S
The Saints have placed Sanford on injured reserve.
Analysis: The veteran safety has missed the team's entire offseason program due to an undisclosed injury. Sanford had re-signed with New Orleans in March after appearing in all 16 games in a reserve role last season.
The New York Giants claimed Thomas off waivers after he was cut by the Miami Dolphins.
Analysis: The 6-foot-6, 250-pound Thomas originally joined Dolphins last season when he was claimed off waivers from the Arizona Cardinals. He was signed to the Dolphins' practice squad on Sept. 15 and added to the 53-man roster late in the season but never played in a game.
Analysis: Renfrow, 26, hasn't played in an NFL game. He has been signed and released by the following five clubs: the Arizona Cardinals, Green Bay Packers, Seattle Seahawks, San Francisco 49ers and Dallas Cowboys.
Analysis: Williams, who missed last season with a ruptured left Achilles tendon suffered in training camp with the Broncos, has 47 catches for 574 yards and four touchdowns in 39 career games. He has also averaged 24 yards on his 28 career kickoff returns.
The Patriots and Brissett agreed to contractual terms, the club announced Thursday.
Analysis: Brissett, a third-round selection, has landed a four-year deal worth approximately $3.4 million, according to published reports. Brissett threw 43 touchdowns passes over the past two seasons at North Carolina State. He began his college career at Florida before transferring.
Houston is recovering nicely from his own ACL surgery, though that one didn't take place until February. Coach Andy Reid sounded doubtful that Houston will be able to do any work during training camp, but he hasn't ruled out his return at this season.
Analysis: General manager John Dorsey has been optimistic Houston will play at some point.
Flacco played in 122 straight games - the fifth-longest streak for a quarterback in NFL history - before tearing the ACL and MCL in his left knee during the fourth quarter of a win over St. Louis. He was placed on injured reserve on Nov. 24 and underwent surgery soon after that.
Analysis: He is now in recovery mode, with the hope of being ready for the start of training camp in late July.
Miller expressed his toughest sentiments yet about his contract situation Thursday by insisting he won't play in 2016 if the Broncos keep the franchise tag on him.
Analysis: The Super Bowl 50 MVP used his Instagram account to convey his stance. "I love my Teammates, Coaches, and My Fans but there is "No Chance" I play the 2016 season under the Franchise tag." The Broncos offered Miller a six-year, $114.5 million deal but it was turned down because Miller wasn't happy with the amount of guaranteed money in the offer. Denver offered $38.9 million in guaranteed money over the first two years with a potential of $58 million overall.
Wentz says he became trapped in a bathroom of a New Jersey gas station and had to be rescued.
Analysis: Wentz tweeted out Wednesday night that he had to be rescued by attendants with garden sheers and another person with a "leg kick" after he became locked in a bathroom. WNBC-TV reports his comments was retweeted thousands of times and elicited numerous social media responses, including memes and gifs.