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New Redskins GM Scot McCloughan is attempting to add Packers senior personnel executive Alonzo Highsmith to his front office.

Highsmith is a highly respected college scout who was originally hired by Ron Wolf in 1999. He was named the NFL Scout of the Year following the 2010 season. McCloughan, like Highsmith, has a background with Wolf. McCloughan is trying to turn Washington's front office from a mess into something formidable. Luring Highsmith to D.C. would be a big first step.
Jan 25 - 2:20 PM

The Eagles are holding a second interview with Chris Polian regarding their general manager vacancy.

Bill's son had an abysmal and brief run as the Colts' GM before owner Jim Irsay cleaned house following the 2011 season. Chris spent the last two years in the Jaguars' organization. He would be an underwhelming hire for the Eagles, who are trying to replace Tom Gamble as Chip Kelly's top personnel man.
Jan 25 - 2:13 PM

Broncos LT Ryan Clady is expected to be one of the main beneficiaries of new coach Gary Kubiak's offense.

Kubiak is a proponent of the zone-blocking system that excels with athletic linemen like Clady. It's the same system Clady played when the Broncos drafted him 12th overall in the 2008 draft. The Broncos have become more of a power offense with Peyton Manning under center. Kubiak will implement more ZBS concepts than ex-OC Adam Gase. Clady was PFF's 41st-ranked tackle in 2014.
Source: Denver Post
Jan 25 - 11:18 AM

The Miami Herald reports the Dolphins have "privately indicated" they'd like to re-sign impending free agent TE Charles Clay.

This comes as no real surprise as Clay and DT Jared Odrick are Miami's top two free agents. Clay is coming off a down year where he fought through a season-long knee injury. It should help lower his price. Clay is one of the more versatile finesse tight ends in the league with the ability to line up in the backfield.
Jan 25 - 11:10 AM

The Indianapolis Star reports the Colts remain one of the "frontrunners" to sign CFL WR Duron Carter.

Carter is very interested in signing with the Colts, but reportedly has concerns about immediate playing time. Long-term, we could see T.Y. Hilton as the Colts' slot receiver, with Donte Moncrief playing the X spot and Carter at the Z. The Vikings are also in the mix to sign Carter, who can't ink a deal until February 10.
Jan 25 - 10:43 AM

The Detroit Free Press believes Ryan Broyles is down to his last chance to make the Lions this offseason.

Broyles, the 54th pick in the 2012 draft, tore his ACL as a rookie and ruptured his Achilles' as a sophomore before being active for only five games this past season. He caught just two passes for 25 yards as the No. 5 receiver. Broyles will turn 27 in April. He's not even worth holding onto in deeper Dynasty leagues.
Jan 25 - 9:39 AM

ESPN's Mike Wells doesn't expect the Colts to re-sign OL A.Q. Shipley.

A restricted free agent, Shipley will likely be non-tendered. He graded out as a top-15 center by Pro Football Focus, but played limited snaps after losing his starting job to Jonotthan Harrison in Week 5. Shipley should resurface on a veteran-minimum deal.
Source: ESPN.com
Jan 24 - 9:02 PM

The Indianapolis Star reports there's "nothing imminent" on a contract extension for Andrew Luck.

ESPN reported this week the Colts were working on a new deal for Luck. Entering the final year of his contract, Luck is expected to be extended at some point during the offseason. Luck led the NFL in touchdowns (40) and finished behind only Drew Brees and Ben Roethlisberger in passing yards (4,761). He's expected to command a deal that will make him the highest-paid player in the league, likely in the range of $25 million per season.
Jan 24 - 8:16 PM
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