Training camp has already gotten underway for the rookies on some teams and they will be fully starting for everyone in the next few days. In advance of this, some teams have made roster moves. The Los Angeles Rams have added a veteran quarterback and also brought in a former GM to fill a senior personnel role. Meanwhile, their NFC West rival arizona cardinals have brought in veteran running back Chris Johnson.

Rams sign veteran quarterback Orlovsky

The Los Angeles Rams have signed 33-year-old journeyman quarterback Dan Orlovsky to a one-year deal, with financial terms not yet available.

Orlovsky has played in the NFL for 12 seasons with the Detriot Lions, Houston Texans, Indianapolis Colts and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He did not see any regular season action last year and last started back in 2011, playing five games for the Colts.

For his NFL career, Orlovsky has played in 27 games and started 12 of them, sporting a 2-10 record as a starter. Seven of those losses came as the starter of the Lions 0-16 team in 2008. He has thrown for a total of 3,132 yards, 15 touchdowns, 13 interceptions and has a 58.2% competition rate.

Rams bring in former Broncos GM

Sources have told NFL Network reporter Tom Pelissero that the Los Angeles Rams are expected to bring in former Denver Broncos general manager Brian Xanders.

He was the Broncos GM from 2009 to 2012, with the team going 20-28 in that time and making the playoffs once going 1-1.

He was fired and replaced with John Elway following the 2011-12 season. He has since worked as a Senior Personnel Executive with the Detriot Lions and previously spent 14 seasons with the Atlanta Falcons in various roles before becoming Broncos GM.

Cardinals bring back CJ2K

The Arizona Cardinals have re-signed veteran running back Chris Johnson to a one-year deal, with financial terms having yet to be disclosed. This upcoming season will be Johnson's 10th in the NFL and third with the Cardinals. He previously spent one season with the New York Jets and six with the Tennesse Titans.

Last season Johnson was limited to four games as he suffered a groin injury that required surgery, causing him to miss the rest of the year.

He will add veteran depth behind emerging star David Johnson, who got his chance to shine back in 2015 after Johnson fractured his tibia in week 12. For his career, Chris Johnson has played in 126 games, starting 108 of them. He has 2,118 carries for 9,537 rushing yards and 55 rushing touchdowns.