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Danny Amendola, Julian Edelman, Clay Harbor, Tre’ Jackson, Dion Lewis, Shaq Mason and Sebastian Vollmer were all placed on the physically unable to perform list by the Patriots, according to Monday’s NFL transaction wire.

Julian Edelman

Julian Edelman

Danny Amendola, Julian Edelman, Clay Harbor, Tre’ Jackson, Dion Lewis, Shaq Mason and Sebastian Vollmer were all placed on the physically unable to perform list by the Patriots, according to Monday’s NFL transaction wire.

No big surprises here, as some of them were slowed by injury at the end of the 2015 season (like Lewis), while others had offseason surgeries or procedures (like Edelman) and missed portions of the spring workouts.

The PUP list allows players who are unable to start training camp the ability to sit out until the medical staff provides clearance. Once they are medically cleared, they’re allowed to practice immediately. For the players who start training camp on the list, they will be eligible for the reserve PUP list at the start of the regular season — as long as they have never been removed from the Active PUP list during training camp.

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How the Patriots balance quarterback reps between Jimmy Garoppolo and Tom Brady will be one big thing to look for at camp this summer.</p>
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In the wake of the NFL’s decision to clear Peyton Manning in the Al-Jazeera/HGH case, the NFLPA has issued a statement.

In the wake of the NFL’s decision to clear Peyton Manning in the Al-Jazeera/HGH case, the NFLPA has issued a statement.

“As a former player, Peyton Manning is free to do whatever he believes is in his best interest. The Union knows that he understands the rights of players under the Collective Bargaining Agreement and would never do anything to hurt or undermine active players in support of those rights.”

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The NFL has apparently cleared Peyton Manning.

According to a report from ESPN, a seven-month probe by the league has found that Manning did not use HGH nor any other PED.

The NFL has apparently cleared Peyton Manning.

According to a report from ESPN, a seven-month probe by the league has found that Manning did not use HGH nor any other PED.

In a controversial report from Al-Jazeera America last year, the former Broncos quarterback was accused of having human growth hormone shipped to his house. The allegations were made by Charlie Sly, a former anti-aging clinic intern who was secretly videotaped as part of the documentary. Manning has consistently denied the charges.

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The Patriots announced Sunday they have signed second-year defensive back Vinnie Sunseri and rookie free agent offensive lineman Kyler Kerbyson. The following is a portion of the release from the team on the moves — which bring the roster to 89 players.