Description: With Mike Goodson\'s future up in the air, Chris Ivory doesn\'t have much competition to be the Jets\' feature back, according to the New York Post.
Insight: Goodson was arrested last week on drugs and weapons charges, leaving just Ivory, Bilal Powell and Joe McKnight in the backfield, and new GM John Idzik has been trying to dump McKnight. Ivory showed flashes in limited playing time with New Orleans, averaging 5.1 yards per carry and scoring eight touchdowns on 256 carries in 24 career games.
Description: According to BuffaloBills.com, Bills tight end Scott Chandler is expected to be ready for training camp despite tearing his ACL just five months ago.
Insight: Chandler tore the ligament in Week 16 last season. He was on the field following the team\'s OTA workout Thursday, running routes and catching passes. The 6-foot-7 tight end had 43 catches, 571 yards and six touchdowns last year.
Description: ESPN is reporting that New Orleans point guard Greivis Vasquez is headed for surgery on both of his ankles.
Insight: Vasquez should be fine for the regular season in October but he might not be able to represent Venezuela at the FIBA championships this summer. Vasquez (13.9 ppg, 9.0 apg, 4.3 rpg) is coming off a great 2012-13 season and he looks like the Pelicans\' point guard of the future.
Description: Pacers shooting guard Lance Stephenson struggled with his shot on Wednesday (just 2-of-10 from the field) but he made up for it by collecting a game-high 12 rebounds.
Insight: Wednesday was Stephenson\'s fifth double-digit rebounding game of the playoffs. Unfortunately, the high rebounding totals seem to always come at the expense of Stephenson\'s offensive outputs. In those five games, Stephenson has only scored in double-digits twice.
Description: New York center Brad Richards will be a healthy scratch for Thursday night\'s Game 4 against Boston. SOURCE: New York Times
Insight: Richards has seen his role diminshed this postseason and now it looks like he doesn\'t even have a role. This is pretty puzzling, especially considering how well Richards performed during the regular season (11 goals, 23 assists, +8).
Description: Wednesday wasn\'t a great day at the office for Senators goalie Craig Anderson. Head coach Paul MacLean pulled Anderson in the third period after he allowed six goals on 38 shots.
Insight: It was actually a close game heading into the third but that\'s when the Penguins really began to wreak havoc with four goals over an eight minute span. Despite his struggles, we\'d expect Anderson to be in net again for Friday night\'s Game 5 in Pittsburgh.