Roundtable: Super Bowl Predictions

Roundtable: Super Bowl Predictions
There’s only one game left. Which team will hoist the Lombardi Trophy? The guys share their Super Bowl predictions in this week’s Roundtable.
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Eagles coach Doug Pederson is "interested" in bringing Nick Foles back to Philadelphia, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.

The quarterback wheels are spinning in Philly. Schefter reported Sunday the Eagles are no longer planning to place the franchise tag on Sam Bradford and now it looks like Pederson is gearing up for a reunion with Foles. Pederson was the Eagles' quarterback coach when the team drafted Foles in 2012. Foles is coming off a dreadful year in St. Louis but the $7.75 million he'll make in 2016 ($1.75 million base salary plus a $6 million roster bonus) is far less than what Bradford will sign for in free agency. It's unclear what the Rams would be looking for in a trade for Foles.
Feb 7 - 12:29 PM

According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the Eagles are not expected to use the franchise tag on Sam Bradford.

The Eagles may have to do some salary cap gymnastics after signing Zach Ertz, Brent Celek, Lane Johnson and Vinny Curry to long-term extensions. The projected salary for quarterbacks under the franchise tag is $19.7 million, which is actually less than Bradford asked for when the two sides were negotiating during the season. Schefter said the Eagles still have "some interest" in bringing back Bradford. New coach Doug Pederson has also given the quarterback his seal of approval, though Bradford's future in Philadelphia will come down to money.
Feb 7 - 12:13 PM

According to the New York Post, the FBI is investigating former Giants TE Jeremy Shockey in connection to an international drug and gambling ring.

Owen Hanson, a former walk-on tight end at USC, was among 22 charged in a drug smuggling operation that allegedly spanned from Brooklyn all the way to Australia. Shockey has maintained a friendship with Hanson over the years but denies any involvement in the drug ring and told the FBI he has "nothing to hide." "I've never had anything to do with drugs," said Shockey. "And I would never do anything illegal to jeopardize what I’ve worked for." The investigation is ongoing.
Feb 7 - 11:18 AM

ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Marshawn Lynch has told "people close to him" he plans on retiring.

According to Schefter, Lynch has even told members of the Seahawks organization that he plans on hanging it up. Lynch, who was on the fence about coming back last year, struggled through an injury-plagued season in 2015 while being outplayed by rookie Thomas Rawls. If this is it for Beast Mode, he'll finish his career with 9,112 rushing yards across nine NFL seasons. That total ranks 36th all-time.
Source: ESPN.com
Feb 7 - 10:53 AM

The Dolphins believe they have a starting-caliber running back in Jay Ajayi.

Beat writer Barry Jackson believes Miami will try to retain Lamar Miller but defensive end Olivier Vernon remains the team's top priority in free agency. Part of the Dolphins' willingness to move on from Miller stems from the potential they see in Ajayi, who averaged 3.8 yards per carry as a rookie. If Miller leaves, Ajayi should be close to an every-down back next season.
Feb 7 - 10:42 AM

Athletic trainer Ryan Vermillion doesn't expect Panthers WLB Thomas Davis (arm) to be limited in Sunday's Super Bowl against the Broncos.

"The biggest challenge for him right now is, what's it going to feel like to take a blow on it," said Vermillion. "The nice thing is, wrist motion is going to be there, elbow motion is going to be there, and his grip is there." Davis has made a miraculous recovery from a broken arm and should play his usual snaps on Sunday. He shouldn't need any more surgery after having a six-inch plate installed during the bye week.
Source: NFL.com
Feb 7 - 10:18 AM

According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, the Broncos will place the franchise tag on Von Miller and then try to work out an extension.

The Broncos could theoretically use the tag on Brock Osweiler, but Miller is understandably the top priority. Miller has keyed Denver's pass rush for the last four years and is coming off a monster game against New England in the AFC Championship. Last year, the franchise number for linebackers was $13.195 million. That number should jump to about $14 million in 2016.
Feb 7 - 9:34 AM

Ex-Lions WR Titus Young was arrested on January 30 on charges of felony battery with serious bodily injury.

The incident occurred in Los Angeles. Between this new battery charge and Young's prior convictions, he could be looking at up to nine years in prison. Young was sentenced to five years probation last year following a string of assaults. The 26-year-old hasn't appeared in an NFL game since 2013.
Source: TMZ.com
Feb 7 - 9:19 AM
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