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Jets signed WR Stephen Hill, the No. 43 overall pick in the draft, to a four-year, $5 million contract.

He received $2.8 million in guarantees. Last year's 43rd overall pick, Kyle Rudolph, got $3.91 million over four years. Although Hill was considered raw in the draft community, the Jets believe he can run a full route tree as a rookie and expect him to start opposite Santonio Holmes. It's just not a strong fantasy situation in a run-first offense without a hint of quarterback stability.
Thu, May 3, 2012 07:20:00 PM

The Indianapolis Star expects Andrew Luck (shoulder surgery) to miss the entire preseason, but to be ready for Week 1.

Luck is beginning camp on the active/PUP list, but has also finally begun a throwing program. The Colts have been careful to avoid placing a timeline on Luck's return, but their actions suggest a confidence he will be ready for Week 1. The Colts did not address backup quarterback this offseason. There could be some harrowing summer moments, but Luck should be ready.
Jul 24 - 1:48 PM

Unsigned exclusive rights free agent Willie Snead will report to Saints camp on Thursday.

"No holdout," Snead said in a text. "I'll be on the practice field." Snead has little recourse but to sign his $615,000 tender, but has been holding out hope for a long-term deal. The Saints would certainly engender some goodwill by working out a compromise, but have little to fear, as Snead will be a restricted free agent next offseason. The Saints hold all the cards, but have hinted they might be willing to play ball.
Jul 24 - 1:26 PM

Free agent LB Zachary Orr (neck) is visiting the Texans on Monday.

After retiring because of a neck condition in January, Orr reversed course and decided to continue his career. He has already met with the Colts, Jets, and Lions, but all three decided to pass. Orr could have trouble gaining clearance from team medical staffs.
Jul 24 - 1:20 PM

Vikings placed RB Latavius Murray (ankle) on the active/PUP list.

LB Shaan Washington (leg) will join him on the PUP. All it means is Murray is not ready to practice right now, but he can be removed from the list at any time. On Sunday, Murray said his "health is really good," suggesting he will be able to practice sooner rather than later. Murray will compete for a role behind second-rounder Dalvin Cook when healthy.
Jul 24 - 11:54 AM

ESPN's Josina Anderson reports Chargers first-round WR Mike Williams (back) "feels better."

The Chargers still do not know when Williams will be able to practice, but there at least seems to be some optimism he will be able to return to the field at some point this season. "We'll evaluate him when he gets here and then see how much we are going to do with him," a source told Anderson. "He'll continue rehab until we feel he's ready." Even if he gets back on the field at some point in camp, Williams will face a steep climb to earn an early-season role.
Jul 24 - 11:45 AM

Jordan Matthews (knee) will be limited to start training camp.

Matthews is still dealing with the knee tendinitis which caused him to miss minicamp, but coach Doug Pederson said he is not worried about the issue stretching into the season. It sounds like the Eagles are simply managing the slot receiver's reps. With Alshon Jeffery in town, Matthews' target share will take a hit this season.
Jul 24 - 11:25 AM

Falcons GM Thomas Dimitroff said he would like to have a deal done with walk-year RB Devonta Freeman by Thursday.

The Falcons' first practice of training camp is on Thursday. Dimitroff is not certain he will be able to reach that goal, but it is at least clear the two sides are working toward an extension. Earlier this summer, owner Arthur Blank said he is "confident" the two sides will be able to work something out. It seems like just a matter of time.
Jul 24 - 11:12 AM

The Miami Herald's Armando Salguero reports the Dolphins still want to sign walk-year WR Jarvis Landry to an extension.

Miami has yet to make an offer to the receiver, but Salguero reports the organization is simply doing their due diligence to avoid offending Landry with a low-ball offer. Salguero also expects the Dolphins to tag Landry next spring if they are unable to work out a long-term deal, a move which would cost them $15 million. We are more skeptical about Miami's desire to re-sign the slot receiver and even more so about them paying him $15 million for one season, but Salguero is as plugged in as anyone.
Jul 24 - 10:40 AM

ESPN Dolphins reporter James Walker wrote Ryan Tannehill moved well during offseason practices despite a brace on his left knee.

Tannehill did not require surgery after partially tearing his ACL late last season, but he will be forced to wear a brace. That brace could be a concern for a player who has averaged over 200 yards rushing a season throughout his career, but the Dolphins have consistently said the quarterback "looks normal." Relegated to an Alex Smith-esque game manager role last season, Tannehill is only a factor in two quarterback leagues.
Source: ESPN
Jul 24 - 9:33 AM

Cincinnati Enquirer's Jim Owczarski reports "all indications" are Tyler Eifert (back surgery) will be ready for camp.

Eifert waffled on his availability for camp during the spring and did not participate in the offseason program, so it seems unlikely he is a full-go on the first day of camp. Still, his recovery this offseason appears to be going much better than it did last year, and it will be a surprise if he is not participating fully early in camp. Health will always be a concern, but Eifert has scored 18 touchdowns in just 21 games the last two seasons. That upside makes him a clear TE1.
Jul 24 - 9:17 AM

ESPN Chargers reporter Eric Williams wrote Keenan Allen (knee) "looked quick and explosive" during the offseason program.

It is an opinion shared by Philip Rivers, who said the receiver "looks as good as he did before he got hurt" and was running at "full speed" during OTAs. It is not surprising Allen is already back to 100 percent considering he tore his ACL in Week 1, but staying healthy has been the real concern, with Allen playing just nine games the last two seasons. Even if he stays on the field, Allen is returning to a much more crowded depth chart even if No. 7 overall pick Mike Williams (back) is forced to miss the season. Allen is a reasonable pick at his current WR20 ADP, but that will not remain the case if his name value forces him up draft boards.
Source: ESPN
Jul 24 - 8:49 AM




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