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The Giants expect Larry Donnell to take another big leap forward in 2015.

According to ESPN Giants reporter Dan Graziano, the team believes in Donnell as its starting tight end. They think he'll "develop into a dynamic player who is a huge part of Ben McAdoo's offense." Donnell got off to a torrid start to the season, scoring six touchdowns the first 11 weeks. But the past five games, Donnell has averaged just three catches for 32 yards per game with zero scores. With Victor Cruz returning to full health behind Odell Beckham in 2015, Donnell should be no higher than No. 3 in line for targets. He's going to have to make his hay in the red zone.
Source: ESPN.com
Dec 26 - 11:49 AM

Julio Jones (oblique) returned to practice Friday.

He's going to play Sunday with the NFC South on the line against the Panthers.
Dec 26 - 11:17 AM

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports Drew Stanton (knee) underwent surgery to clear an infection and may miss the remainder of the season.

The infection was discovered Wednesday, and Stanton immediately underwent surgery. Prior to that, he had been recovering well from his sprained MCL and ACL with an eye on returning for the Wild Card Round of the playoffs. The Cardinals will be forced to ride Ryan Lindley as a far as he can take them, which will likely be one-and-done in the postseason. It's a shame for the 11-4 Cardinals.
Dec 26 - 11:06 AM

Ravens RT Rick Wagner (injured reserve) underwent Lisfranc foot surgery on Wednesday.

Wagner is staring at a 5-6 month recovery and should be ready in time for training camp next summer. As a sophomore, Wagner graded out as Pro Football Focus' No. 1 right tackle at the time of his injury in Week 16. The Ravens will turn to UDFA James Hurst opposite LT Eugene Monroe the remainder of the year.
Dec 26 - 10:35 AM

The Philadelphia Inquirer expects the Eagles to release RCB Cary Williams in the offseason.

With one year left on his contract, Williams' salary and cap hits jump to $6.5 million and $8.1 million, respectively. Both Williams and LCB Bradley Fletcher were getting routinely torched on the outside early in the season, but Williams has since steadied his game while Fletcher continues to drown. Williams just turned 30 this week. We wouldn't write him off returning in 2015. Fletcher is as good as gone. The Eagles need to find a corner and a safety in the spring.
Dec 26 - 9:54 AM

Buccaneers signed WR Louis Murphy to a three-year contract extension through 2017.

Murphy was set to become a free agent in March. In his first season with Tampa Bay, he caught 31 balls for 380 yards and two touchdowns behind Mike Evans and Vincent Jackson before being placed on I.R. with an ankle injury. It must not be very serious. With Jackson's future up in the air with the Bucs, Murphy could potentially see an increased offensive role opposite Evans in 2015.
Dec 26 - 9:46 AM

ESPN New York's Rich Cimini expects the Jets to fire GM John Idzik.

It's becoming clearer that owner Woody Johnson is ready to clean house from the top down. Idzik may not have gotten a fair shake -- being forced to retain coach Rex Ryan -- but he also didn't do himself any favors by blundering the 2014 draft and the cornerback and quarterback positions. At the link below, Cimini provides a comprehensive list of the top GM candidates this offseason.
Dec 26 - 9:29 AM

The Ravens aren't expected to use the franchise tag on impending free agent Torrey Smith.

It would cost around $12 million to do so. Smith wants to remain in Baltimore, but is wrapping up a down year in terms of yards despite a career-best 10 touchdowns. He's battled drops and bouts of inconsistency. Joe Flacco isn't taking as many deep shots in first-year OC Gary Kubiak's offense. Smith is unlikely to be paid like a No. 1 receiver. He's more likely to get a Golden Tate deal.
Source: ESPN.com
Dec 26 - 9:26 AM
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