HOUSTON -- After a brief holdout, Texans wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins was back to work on Monday catching passes from quarterback Brock Osweiler.
"I wasn't trying to send a message or anything like that," Hopkins said. "I was doing what I felt was best for me and my family."
Hopkins started training camp on the reserve/did not report list after failing to report to the team's facility by midnight on Friday.
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On Sunday, Hopkins missed the first practice but then hours later the Texans announced his reassignment to the active list, ending his brief holdout.
BILLS: Veteran RB Bush brought in for visit
PITTSFORD, N.Y. -- The Buffalo Bills brought in free-agent running back Reggie Bush for a visit on Monday with the intention of adding veteran depth behind starter LeSean McCoy.
The team announced Bush's visit on its Twitter account. A person with direct knowledge of the situation confirmed that Bush is expected to sign with Buffalo should he pass his physical. The person spoke to The Associated Press on the condition of anonymity because the Bills have not announced their plans.
CBSSports.com first reported Bush was scheduled to sign with the team pending his physical.
Bush's visit is the next step after the Bills first contacted the player's representatives about two weeks ago.
Bush is a 10-year NFL veteran who played five games with San Francisco last year before suffering a season-ending left knee injury when he slipped on the bare concrete bordering the Edward Jones Dome field in St. Louis.
Injuries have been a career-long issue for the second pick in the 2006 draft. Bush has played 16 games in a season just twice, and has been limited to playing 29 games over the past three years.
When healthy, Bush is a dynamic triple threat as a rusher, receiver and returner. He's topped 1,000 yards rushing twice, most recently in 2013, when he had 1,006 yards in 14 games with Detroit. When adding in his production as a receiver, Bush has surpassed 1,000 yards from scrimmage five times in a career that began with New Orleans and included a two-year stint in Miami.
COLTS: Center Kelly out with shoulder injury
ANDERSON, Ind. -- Indianapolis Colts center Ryan Kelly will miss Monday afternoon's practice with a strained left shoulder.
Coach Chuck Pagano says the rookie is considered day to day. Indy opens the preseason Sunday night against Green Bay in the annual Hall of Fame game at Canton, Ohio.
Kelly, Indy's first-round draft pick in April, was injured during Sunday's practice and watched the final 90 minutes of action from the side.
He has been in the working with the starters since May and will be replaced initially by Jonotthan Harrison, one of five starting centers quarterback Andrew Luck has taken snaps from over the past four seasons.
Pagano also says rookie safety Andrew Williamson will have an MRI on his injured knee.