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The Cleveland Plain Dealer expects the Browns to take a quarterback at No. 2 overall.

Beat writer Mary Kay Cabot expects the Browns to take a signal caller "unless something unforeseen happens in free agency" or a trade. As in, the team lands an acceptable starter. That's highly unlikely in this year's market. Kay Cabot expects the Browns' choice to come down to North Dakota State's Carson Wentz or Cal's Jared Goff. All of this was said with the caveat that it remains very early in the process. Neither Wentz nor Goff are viewed as slam dunk top 10 picks at the moment. A "highly-respected personnel man" told the paper last month that the Browns should take Wentz.
Feb 11 - 4:28 PM

C.J. Anderson believes he can be a bell-cow back.

"Oh, I know that’s something I can do," Anderson said Thursday. "You know, we chose to go the two-back route. ... But I mean if they want me to touch the ball 25 times, 27 times, 28 times, either way, whether it’s all carries or carries and catches, I believe I can handle it always." Anderson proved that down the stretch in 2014, where he handled truly monstrous workloads, and again in Super Bowl 50, where he touched the ball 27 times. Denver's insistence on mixing in a monumentally ineffective Ronnie Hillman after Anderson returned to full health was baffling. We'd expect Anderson, who is a restricted free agent, to return to Denver as the obvious starter.
Feb 11 - 2:39 PM

Texans owner Bob McNair believes the team needs to "get our running game going again."

"We'll be working on those things," McNair said. The Houston Chronicle expects the Texans to move on from Arian Foster, who is due $6.5 million after tearing his Achilles'. Cutting Foster would create $6.625 million in cap space. It would be a sensible move, but the Texans lack an heir apparent on their current roster.
Feb 11 - 2:32 PM

Texans owner Bob McNair is adamant that the team must improve at quarterback.

"There are a number of ... college quarterbacks coming out and I think we have a good chance at getting one of them," McNair said. "There are four or five of them who look like they have enough talent and size and athletic ability. I don't know any reason why we wouldn't be able to do it." The Texans pick at No. 22 overall. Rotoworld's Josh Norris has them taking Cal QB Jared Goff in his latest mock draft. The Texans met with North Dakota State QB Carson Wentz at the Senior Bowl, and have "made inquiries" about Memphis' Paxton Lynch.
Feb 11 - 2:27 PM

Bengals WLB Vontaze Burfict's three-game suspension for violating the league's policy on player safety has been upheld.

Burfict's ban was a candidate for reduction because it was so harsh, but the NFL has (rightfully) decided the punishment still fits the crime. Burfict was out of control late in the season, boiling over in a shameful display in the Wild Card round. He earned his ban the hard way. Absent a Bengals bye, he'll return in Week 4.
Feb 11 - 1:35 PM

The Tennessean's John Glennon said it is "hard to imagine" Titans DE Ropati Pitoitua back with the team in 2016.

Owed a $3 million salary and set to count $3.8 million against the cap, Pitoitua played just 30 snaps last season. Tennessee does not need the cap space, but it does not make much sense to keep a high-priced player who cannot even crack the defensive line rotation. With Jurrell Casey and DaQuan Jones at defensive end, the Titans have underrated talent along the defensive line.
Feb 11 - 12:55 PM

Giants hired Martin Mayhew as director of football operations/special projects.

Mayhew served as the Lions general manager for eight seasons before being fired last November. He was passed over for the Titans and Browns general manager jobs this offseason. The Giants are attempting to rebuild their personnel department after fielding one of the worst rosters in the league last season.
Source: Giants.com
Feb 11 - 12:47 PM

ESPN's James Walker and Coley Harvey report Bengals WLB Vontaze Burfict will meet with Roger Goodell within the next week to discuss his three-game suspension.

Burfict earned the well-deserved ban for multiple questionable hits in the Wild Card loss to the Steelers including a personal foul against Antonio Brown which cost the Bengals the game. Burfict will likely be angling for a reduction to the suspension during the meeting. Considering his reckless history, a reduction seems unlikely.
Feb 11 - 12:26 PM
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