New England offensive guard Robert Gallery retired Saturday, 41/2 months after signing with Patriots as a free agent.
The 2003 Outland Trophy winner at Iowa as the nation's best interior lineman, he was drafted second overall by the Raiders and spent seven seasons in Oakland. Gallery, 32, played last season in Seattle.
Gallery, who had struggled in training camp, signed a one-year contract with a base salary of $1 million in the offseason. The deal included a $400,000 signing bonus, $300,000 roster bonus and $100,000 workout bonus.
Browns: Linebacker Chris Gocong is likely out for the season after injuring his right Achilles tendon. "He'll have surgery," coach Pat Shurmur said. "There's no point in trying to conceal anything."
Cleveland already was faced with not having linebacker Scott Fujita for the first three games because of his league suspension for being part of the bounty scandal in New Orleans before joining the Browns two years ago.
But Fujita, an former Cal star, remains hopeful of overturning his suspension or at least cutting it down with an appeal that will be heard Friday. "The filing was submitted yesterday, and I was up last night reading legal stuff," Fujita said, adding he'll stay focused on football and let attorneys attend to details.
Cowboys: Rookie Morris Claiborne is watching from the side again. Claiborne, who missed offseason
"I can't control this, so I'm not going to beat myself up over it," said the cornerback from LSU who was taken sixth overall in the draft. Coach Jason Garrett said he doesn't think Claiborne will be out much longer.
Broncos: Peyton Manning's first appearance in blue and orange at Sports Authority Field drew 41,304 fans. He missed all of last season with a nerve injury in his neck, leading to tearful departure from Indianapolis. He's shown no ill effects from the injury this summer.
Colts: Rookie quarterback Andrew Luck was 3 of 7 with no touchdowns and one interception in team drills.
Redskins: Robert Griffin III, the rookie quarterback taken No. 2 overall behind Stanford's Luck in April's draft, got a huge ovation from the crowd of 24,650 at Redskins Park for the team's Fan Appreciation Day. The festivities also included a welcoming speech by Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell.
Panthers: Quarterback Cam Newton and Carolina held their fan fest, drawing an estimated 22,000 fans.
Rams: St. Louis had a dress rehearsal at the Edward Jones Dome, giving new coach Jeff Fisher and his staff a sneak peek at their stadium. The practice also provided a crowd of 12,753 an opportunity to watch the Rams.
Dolphins: Punter Brandon Fields agreed to a four-year contract extension through the 2016 season. The deal is worth $13 million and includes $3.3 million in guaranteed money. Fields set single-season franchise records in 2011 with a 48.8-yard average and a net of 41.4 yards.
Jets: Starter Mark Sanchez and Tim Tebow each led four drives during a scrimmage, with Sanchez going 11 of 16 for 82 yards and a scoring toss to Bilal Powell. Tebow -- the clear crowd favorite -- was 0 of 3. He ran three times for 14 yards and had two fumbled exchanges with center Caleb Schlauderaff.
Bengals: Cincinnati held 11 players out of the scrimmage because of injuries, including five cornerbacks. First-round draft choice Dre Kirkpatrick hasn't practiced during camp because of a knee injury, while veterans Adam Jones and Jason Allen have also been unable to practice.
Titans: Center Eugene Amano will miss the season because of a torn triceps muscle in his arm.
MCT Information Services contributed to this report.