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Dose: Warriors now 48-4!
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Raiders DB T.J. Carrie said he is open to playing safety.

Charles Woodson's retirement and Nate Allen's release opened up two holes in the secondary. Carrie filled in at safety while Allen was injured last season, and it is possible he is asked to play as a safety-corner hybrid moving forward, playing safety in the base package and covering the slot receiver in passing situations. Even if Carrie fills one of the openings, the Raiders need to bring in at least one starter-quality safety this offseason.
Feb 11 - 9:49 AM

In a radio interview, new Chargers OC Ken Whisenhunt praised Melvin Gordon's (knee) ability as a receiver.

"I think one of the things that really impressed me the most, which you don't really get a sense for of him playing college football, is how good of a receiver he is coming out of the backfield," Whisenhunt said. "He made some really good plays in that area." Gordon was not heavily involved in the passing game at Wisconsin, but he looked good converting 33-of-37 targets for 192 yards as a rookie. His opportunities in the passing game will always be limited with Danny Woodhead around, but Gordon has proven he is not a liability on passing downs.
Feb 11 - 9:42 AM

Eagles ILB DeMeco Ryans could be a cap cut this offseason.

Ryans is a respected veteran and two-time Pro Bowler, but injuries have limited him the last two seasons. With the Eagles switching to a 4-3 scheme under new DC Jim Schwartz, there is not a starting spot for Ryans, and his $4.5 million cap hit is too much for a backup. Ryans' $2.5 million base salary becomes fully guaranteed March 11.
Source: CSN Philly
Feb 11 - 9:25 AM

In a radio interview, new Eagles DC Jim Schwartz said he will "cut the handcuffs off" DE Vinny Curry.

"There are some guys that really fit in the defense here last year. I think he was one guy who wasn’t a great fit," Schwartz said. "I think we can cut the handcuffs off of him, so to speak, and cut him loose along with the other guys up front." Despite playing limited snaps in a scheme which did not fit him, Curry recorded 16.5 sacks over the last three seasons. He is a strong candidate for a breakout under Schwartz.
Feb 11 - 9:14 AM

The New York Daily News expects it to be "tough" for the Jets to re-sign free agent NT Damon Harrison.

The Jets have to find a way to retain LE Muhammad Wilkerson, while RE Sheldon Richardson is entering a contract year. Although Jets coach Todd Bowles has been open about his hopes of retaining Harrison, the two-down run stuffer could get overpaid if he hits the free agent market.
Feb 10 - 10:09 PM

NFL draft insider Tony Pauline hears the Jets "really like" third-year OL Brent Qvale.

Pauline is largely a draft guru, but he also gets on-point NFL scoops from time to time. Qvale, 25 in March, stands 6-foot-6, 318 and has the athletic makeup of a right tackle. The Jets badly need to upgrade on RT Breno Giacomini.
Feb 10 - 9:13 PM

NFL draft insider Tony Pauline passes along "talk" from the Senior Bowl that the Titans may take Ole Miss LT Laremy Tunsil at No. 1 overall.

We'd go as far as to label Tunsil the early favorite for the Titans' No. 1 pick. Tennessee would probably prefer to trade down, but Tunsil would be a high-floor, high-upside fallback option. 6-foot-5, 305-pound Tunsil is considered a rare "dancing bear" athlete for the left tackle spot. In this scenario, current Titans LT Taylor Lewan would kick to right tackle, upgrading two positions.
Feb 10 - 9:04 PM

NFL draft insider Tony Pauline reports Florida State DB Jalen Ramsey is the No. 1 overall player on the Cowboys' draft board.

The Cowboys have draft-board leaks seemingly every offseason. Listed at 6-foot-1 and 202 pounds by the Seminoles, 21-year-old Ramsey profiles similarly to Antrel Rolle as a corner-safety hybrid with an affinity for run support. The Cowboys draft at No. 4 overall and have a legitimate chance at Ramsey, though he will also intrigue the Titans at 1, Browns at 2, and Chargers at 3.
Feb 10 - 8:49 PM
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