RENTON, Wash. — B.J. Daniels has played football since he was 6 and never tried any position other than quarterback, including four years as the starter at USF.So naturally there was some hesitation when the Seahawks asked him to consider moving to wide receiver this offseason.But Daniels has made a fairly seamless transition in training camp and is pushing for a spot on Seattle's 53-man roster."I'd never played another position before in my life," Daniels said. "So to have to change a position so drastic in the professional level can, and will, be challenging."Daniels is tied for the most starts at quarterback in USF history (42) and is in the top three of most major career passing stat categories for the Bulls. He was drafted in the seventh round by the 49ers in 2013 and came to Seattle after being claimed off waivers that October.In two seasons in Seattle he was in uniform for just one game, but his athleticism has intrigued the Seahawks."The thought was we love him as a football player, let's see if we can find a place where he can make the team and play," coach Pete Carroll said. Vick joins Steelers: Michael Vick needed a job. The Steelers needed a backup quarterback. One workout solved both problems. Pittsburgh signed the four-time Pro Bowl pick to a one-year deal as insurance for starter Ben Roethlisberger. No. 2 quarterback and ex-Buc Bruce Gradkowski went on injured reserve after hurting his left (non-throwing) hand Sunday against Green Bay. Peace, please: New coach Jim Tomsula won't tolerate fighting from his 49ers when they take the field with the Broncos this week for two joint practices before their preseason meeting on Saturday. "In terms of what other people do in these, I'd be extremely disappointed if anything like that happened where we were," Tomsula said. Bengals: Former Bucs quarterback John Johnson was cut, leaving AJ McCarron to back up Andy Dalton. Broncos: Two-time Pro Bowl guard Evan Mathis agreed to a one-year deal that could be worth up to $4 million. Colts: Linebacker Robert Mathis returned to practice after spending camp on the physically-unable-to-perform list as he rehabbed from a torn Achilles tendon last year. Cowboys: Cornerback Orlando Scandrick tore an ACL and is out for the season, Fox Sports reported. Dolphins: Left tackle Branden Albert was cleared for a full practice for the first time since tearing the ACL and MCL in his right knee in Week 10 last year. Falcons: Former Florida quarterback Rex Grossman, 35, who hasn't taken a snap in an NFL game since 2011, took a physical and planned to have a workout in an attempt to latch on as a backup.