Wednesday August 12th, 2015

Now that NFL training camps are in full swing and as teams start their preseason schedules this week, attention starts turning away from free agency and toward how existing rosters will get ready for the 2015 season.

Of course, there are still moves to be made, especially if players get injured during practice. Teams expected to contend once again will see if their strengths have carried over from last year; those seeking turn around efforts will get another opportunity to see what improvements are possible. And unfortunate injuries are always impossible to predict, forcing teams to scramble ahead of the regular season.

So, what’s the latest on these teams and players? Check back often as we update below with the latest scoops on transactions, news and rumors.

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Aug. 12

• Cleveland Browns head coach Mike Pettine tells SI.com that the team has discussed signing free-agent running back Ray Rice. Rice has not played since the 2013 season, as he was released by the Baltimore Ravens before the 2014 season after video surfaced of a domestic violence incident. 

• NFL owners met in Chicago to talk about teams possibly relocating to Los Angeles starting next season. The Oakland Raiders, St. Louis Rams and San Diego Chargers remain the prime candidates to relocate.

• Washington Redskins tight end Jordan Reed is day-to-day with a hamstring injury

• San Francisco 49ers inside linebacker NaVorro Bowman will be active for Saturday's preseason opener against the Houston Texans. Bowman hasn't played since injuring his knee in the 2014 NFC championship game. 

• The Jets and the agent for free-agent quarterback Michael Vick's agent had discussion about him potentially of him re-joining the team after Geno Smith's injury, reports NFL.com’s Rand Getlin.

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