NFL Minicamp Madness: Updates on Cowboys’ CeeDee Lamb Holdout, 49ers’ McCaffrey Extension, and More!

San Francisco, California – The NFL’s 2024 mandatory minicamps commenced on Tuesday with teams like the 49ers, Bears, Colts, Cowboys, Dolphins, Eagles, Lions, Texans, Titans, and Vikings all participating in spring session work. Throughout each location, NFL reporters offered insights on position battles, notable appearances by new players, noteworthy quotes from coaches and players, as well as updates on injuries and holdout situations.

Daily updates from the camps will keep fans informed with the latest developments. Here is a summary of what transpired across the league:

The day saw news of the Dallas Cowboys’ CeeDee Lamb expected to skip minicamp as he seeks a contract extension. On the other hand, the San Francisco 49ers announced an extension for Christian McCaffrey, the reigning Offensive Player of the Year, with a two-year, $38 million deal. Meanwhile, the New England Patriots’ offensive coordinator emphasized the need for patience with quarterback Drake Maye.

In Houston, receiver Stefon Diggs shared his sentiments about being traded to the Texans and expressed admiration for Bills quarterback Josh Allen. The Miami Dolphins’ quarterback Tua Tagovailoa remains confident about a contract extension despite prolonged negotiations.

The article also highlighted the Tennessee Titans’ minicamp activities, focusing on new faces in special teams roles. The Minnesota Vikings are experimenting with player positions, particularly with N’Keal Harry transitioning to the tight end group during spring practices.

The Chicago Bears had a full turnout for the first day of minicamp, featuring wide receiver Keenan Allen who was absent during OTA practices. The Dallas Cowboys honored the legacy of the late Larry Allen, one of the franchise’s most esteemed players.

These developments provide a glimpse into the preparations and dynamics of various NFL teams as they gear up for the upcoming season.