The Cleveland Browns have placed DB Joe Haden (ankle) and TE Seth DeValve (hamstring) on active/physically unable to perform (PUP) and OL Conor Boffeli (knee/ankle) and WR Josh Gordon (quad) on active/non-football injury (NFI).
Players on active PUP or NFI can't take part in on-field activities until they pass their physical. They are limited to strength and conditioning, rehab and meetings.
Gordon, who was reinstated by the NFL on Monday, injured his quadriceps while working out on his own this summer. He's expected to be out for at least a couple of weeks while he recovers.
Gordon was in Berea on Tuesday and met with Browns executive vice president of football operations Sashi Brown, coach Hue Jackson and other members of the organization.
Haden continues to recover from an ankle injury he sustained in March and is working toward being ready for the 2016 season.