NFL notebook: Miami police releases 911 calls involving Kaepernick
• Calls to a 911 dispatcher were released in the investigation involving three NFL players, including 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, and a woman claims she passed out in a hotel room and awoke in a hospital not knowing how she got there. On the two calls released Tuesday by the Miami Police Department, a person says a woman identifying herself as Jesus is lying naked in a bed and refuses to leave.
• Seahawks strong safety Kam Chancellor is recovering from hip surgery that took place a month ago, the team confirmed. It's unknown how much his surgery will limit his availability to participate in offseason workouts and training camp. He was a second-team All-Pro selection this past season with 93 tackles and three interceptions during the regular season. He added two interceptions in the postseason, including one in the Super Bowl.
• Bradie James is retiring with the Cowboys after the linebacker spent nine of his 10 seasons with the team that drafted him in 2003. James, 33, signed a one-day contract Tuesday. He is one of six Cowboys with at least 1,000 career tackles. James last played with Houston in 2012.
• Tanard Jackson was reinstated by the NFL after a drug-related suspension that lasted two seasons. The Redskins haven't decided whether he will get another chance with the team.
• Former coach Dan Reeves has been elected into the Broncos' Ring of Fame along with former halfback/kicker Gene Mingo and returner/receiver Rick Upchurch.
• Hall of Famer Derrick Brooks will be the newest member of the Buccaneers' Ring of Honor. The nine-time All-Pro linebacker who led the Bucs to their only Super Bowl title 11 seasons ago will also have his No. 55 jersey retired by the team.