The Buccaneers worked out four kickers this week including Josh Scobee.
The others were Nate Freese, Mike Meyer and Cameron Starke. We last saw Scobee in Pittsburgh where he made 6-of-10 field goals before getting cut. Connor Barth finished the year as Tampa Bay's kicker but clearly the Bucs are open to other options.
Colts owner Jim Irsay said Andrew Luck's contract extension will be "a shocking number."
"It's going to be a shocking number," said Irsay. "Nine figures and probably a $20 million starting point per year." $20 million a year for Luck wouldn't be all that 'shocking,' especially considering some of the deals signed by lesser quarterbacks like Joe Flacco and Colin Kaepernick in recent years. But Irsay's message is crystal clear: Luck isn't going anywhere. Entering the last year of his rookie deal, the Colts would be wise to lock Luck up this offseason. The 26-year-old could be headed for the largest contract in NFL history.
Free agent NT B.J. Raji said his future with the Packers is "uncertain at this point."
Raji turns 30 this summer and has struggled with injuries the last two seasons. Green Bay just signed Leroy Guion to a three-year contract, suggesting the Packers could be ready to move on from Raji. Some of the Packers' other free agents include Casey Hayward, Nick Perry and James Starks.
Steelers re-signed LS Greg Warren to a one-year contract.
2016 will mark Warren's 12th year as the Steelers' long snapper. The 34-year-old hasn't missed a game since 2009.
Terrance Williams will get a raise to $1.686 million in 2016.
According to the CBA established in 2011, players picked between Rounds 3-7 can earn a raise in the last year of their rookie contract if they play 35 percent of the team's offensive or defensive snaps in two of their first three seasons. Williams has played at least 67.9 percent of the Cowboys' snaps in each of his three seasons, which qualifies him for a $978,500 raise. Williams' teammate, S J.J. Wilcox, will also get a raise in 2016.
Robert Griffin III passed his exit physical.
That was the only hurdle in the way of the Redskins cutting him. Washington still needs to lock up Kirk Cousins but RG3 is as good as gone. The Browns, Rams and Texans are a few teams that could be in the market for a quarterback, though we're guessing Griffin III will have to settle for a backup job.
Giants DT Jay Bromley will not be charged with attempted sexual assault, according to his attorney Alex Spiro.
Police investigated Bromley following a January 30 incident at a New York City hotel. He was cleared of any wrongdoing, and now the case is closed. Bromley was never likely to be charged as the New York Post reported his accuser had "significant credibility issues." One of the Giants' few talented young pieces on defense, 23-year-old Bromley is a useful rotational player.
Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald said it's "more likely" the Dolphins will bring LE Cameron Wake back at a reduced salary.
The Dolphins would save $8.4 million by cutting him outright, but Beasley thinks bringing Wake back at a reduced rate is more likely. Miami could apply a similar strategy with LCB Brent Grimes, who counts $9.5 million against the cap. Wake is still recovering from a torn Achilles' he suffered in Week 7.