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Hi out there!
Sounds like your pec minor is tight causing decreased internal rotation of the shoulder. You might need to mobilize your traps and first and second ribs as well.
Another thing is DO NOT ICE! Ice impedes the body’s natural healing process and interferes with the lymphatic system. If you need pain management try turmeric or ginger and compression with increased circulation like a heating pad, sauna, hot tub etc. The big thing is to unglue the ropy, gristly anterior deltoid and pec minor which is pulling your shoulder forward and causing pain in that biceps tendon.
Get used to using the search function on here because there are plenty of videos to deal with any nagging issue you might have. Let me know if any of these videos help:
Thank you for the great answer.
Yeah bias your arm into internal rotation by placing it behind your back while lying prone on the floor and roll around on the ropy parts. My biceps tendon gets SUPER tight where it connects to the anterior deltoid and always feels better after doing this and extension-based mobility.
The exercises with the barbell on the shoulder are working really well and my anterior shoulder got a lot better the last few days.