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Earl Thomas' reps told Seahawks GM John Schneider at his charity event Thursday Thomas won't hold out even if he does not receive a new contract.

Thomas is scheduled to earn $8.5 million in the final year of his contract this season and recently hinted he would be willing to hold out for a new deal. This new detail is not only great news for the Seahawks, but for any potential suitor that was concerned about trading for him and immediately finalizing an extension. No matter where he plays this season, Thomas, still only 28, is likely to command an annual $12-million plus on his next contract.
Apr 19 - 8:42 PM

Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said in a radio interview Thursday the team is "counting on [FS Earl Thomas]" being at camp in July.

"He's a Seahawk," Carroll continued. "I don't know what everyone's talking about." When asked if he expects Thomas at camp in July, Carroll responded, "Heck yeah, he better be there. He's on the roster. We're counting on him." This is likely coach speak as GM John Schneider even confirmed in March the team was listening to trade offers for Thomas. The perennial All-Pro safety didn't report to voluntary workouts with the Seahawks on Monday, still leaving his future with the team in doubt. Thomas is scheduled to earn $8.5 million in the final year of his deal this season and has hinted he would be willing to hold out for an extension.
Apr 19 - 7:20 PM

Cardinals coach Steve Wilks said LB Deone Bucannon will play weakside linebacker this season.

Bucannon will also call defensive plays from the huddle. Josh Bynes will start as Arizona's inside linebacker with Haason Reddick factoring in. The Cards are hoping for a bounce-back year from Bucannon as the 25-year-old finished with PFF's third-worst grade among inside linebackers last season. He'll be asked to play a similar role to how Thomas Davis was used in Wilks' base defense in Carolina.
Apr 19 - 5:26 PM

Dwight Freeney announced his retirement from the NFL after 16 seasons.

He'll sign a one-day contract with the Colts so he can retire with the team that drafted him. Freeney will finish his career tied for 17th in league history with 125.5 sacks. Freeney, the No. 11 overall pick in 2002, spent his first 11 seasons with Indianapolis where he racked up 107.5 sacks. He also had stints with the Chargers, Cardinals, Falcons, Lions and Seahawks in the final years of his career, eventually finishing as a seven-time Pro Bowler.
Apr 19 - 4:43 PM

Broncos GM John Elway said Oklahoma QB Baker Mayfield has "overcome the size issue."

Size concerns have dogged Mayfield throughout the draft process though Elway doesn't see it as a major stumbling block. Elway has mostly targeted taller quarterbacks since assuming the role of GM—he drafted Brock Osweiler and Paxton Lynch, who are both 6'7"—though he departed from that philosophy by signing Case Keenum (6'1") this offseason. Mayfield visited the Broncos earlier this week and was coached by Denver's staff in the Senior Bowl in January. Denver hasn't committed to taking a quarterback at No. 5, but if Mayfield is still available then, it wouldn't be a surprise if the Broncos made him their pick.
Apr 19 - 3:49 PM

Broncos GM John Elway said the team hasn't decided whether or not to pick up OLB Shane Ray's fifth-year option for 2019.

Ray was ineffective while playing through a wrist injury last season and has failed to meet expectations since arriving in the league as a first-round pick in 2015. The Broncos have until May 3 to exercise Ray's option for 2019, which would pay him roughly $9.2 million.
Apr 19 - 2:51 PM
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