Dose: Down goes Marc Gasol

Dose: Down goes Marc Gasol
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Impending free agent WR Marvin Jones said he will not accept a "hometown discount."

"I'd like to be back, but at the same time I am a free agent – no hometown discount, definitely not – but I'm a free agent," Jones told NFL Media prior to the Super Bowl. "It wouldn't be good for me not to test the waters a little bit. So it's just an exciting process." Poised to be the top free agent receiver on the market, it does not make sense for Jones to accept less money to play second fiddle to A.J. Green for the next several seasons. Jones should land himself a nice contract and potentially a No. 1 receiver job this offseason.
Feb 9 - 10:13 AM

ESPN Giants reporter Dan Graziano expects MLB Jon Beason (knee surgery) to be released.

Signed to a three-year, $17 million contract in 2014, Beason has played nine games in the last two seasons and recently underwent knee surgery. The Giants are simply not going to accept a $6.56 million cap hit for a player who is never on the field. Beason has said he will consider retirement if his body does not respond well to the latest surgery.
Source: ESPN
Feb 9 - 10:03 AM

ESPN Giants reporter Dan Graziano believes the team will "part ways" with veteran LT Will Beatty.

Beatty is owed a $6.625 million base salary and is set to count $9.175 million against the cap. Both numbers would be fine for a left tackle, but it appears the Giants will move forward with 2015 first-rounder Ereck Flowers on the left side. That likely means Beatty will have to accept both a pay cut and a demotion to right tackle if he wants to stay in New York. It is unlikely he wants to do either.
Source: ESPN
Feb 9 - 9:49 AM

ESPN Giants reporter Dan Graziano believes the "chances are good" Victor Cruz (calf) and the team work out a renegotiated deal which keeps the receiver in New York.

Coming off a torn patellar tendon two seasons ago and a torn calf last season, Cruz has not played an NFL game since October of 2014. There is little chance the Giants will accept a $9.9 million cap hit for a player they cannot rely on to be healthy, but Graziano believes Cruz will be "amenable to a pay cut." If he is, there is enough history and goodwill between to the two sides to work something out.
Source: ESPN
Feb 9 - 9:42 AM

In an internal memo, the NFL announced players who have been convicted on domestic violence, sexual assault or weapons charges will not be allowed to attend the scouting combine or the NFL draft.

The memo says any player with a prior felony or misdemeanor conviction or any player who refuses to submit to a background check will not be allowed to attend "any league-related event." The event ban will not affect draft eligibility. The ban means someone like Seahawks DE Frank Clark, who plead guilty to a lesser charge after being charged with domestic violence while at Michigan, would not have been allowed to attend the combine last year. Clark still would have been eligible for selection when the Seahawks picked him in the second round.
Source: ESPN
Feb 9 - 9:23 AM

NJ Advance Media's Eliot Shorr-Parks reports Eagles DL Fletcher Cox's imminent contract extension could include over $50 million in guaranteed money.

One of Shorr-Parks' sources said "the smart bet is to take the over" on $50 million. Cox has been a dominant 3-4 defensive end the last two seasons, and the Eagles are obviously confident he can continue to excel as an end-tackle hybrid in new DC Jim Schwartz's 4-3 scheme. Recently re-signed DE Vinny Curry and Cox have the potential to be a dominant force for the next several seasons.
Feb 9 - 9:09 AM

FOX Sports' Mike Garafolo reports LeSean McCoy is expected to be served with a self-surrender arrest warrant by the middle of the week.

ESPN's Mark Schwarz reports a warrant is "imminent." McCoy and three other men including ex-Chargers RB Curtis Brinkley are alleged to have assaulted at least two off-duty police officers over a bottle of champagne. Under the new personal conduct policy, players can be placed on the commissioner exempt list if formally charged with a violent crime. If placed on the exempt list, McCoy would remain on paid leave until the criminal proceedings are completed.
Feb 9 - 8:54 AM

Greg Jennings said that Ryan Tannehill badly wants "more freedom" under new coach Adam Gase and his staff.

"I’m going to speak for Ryan right now, which I typically don’t do," Jennings said. "He wants some more freedom. He’s been hand-held his entire career." It's unclear if Tannehill will get it from Gase and new OC Clyde Christensen, as Jay Cutler reportedly only had "limited audible latitude" under Gase in Chicago this past season. Still, Gase figures to be great for Tannehill after the young quarterback was held under wraps by Joe Philbin and Bill Lazor.
Feb 8 - 11:02 PM
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