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Ravens waived OLB Sergio Kindle.

Kindle, a 2010 second-round pick out of Texas, was cut in order to make room on the active roster for Terrell Suggs. His career went downhill fast after he fell down two flights of stairs in July 2010 and fractured his skull. Kindle should be able to find work elsewhere. He's appeared in just three career games.
Sat, Oct 20, 2012 02:14:00 PM

Sam Bradford (ACL) took part in 7-on-7 drills Tuesday.

This has been the plan for the past several weeks. Bradford rotated first-team reps with Mark Sanchez before sitting out team drills. Questions have arisen over the state of Bradford's surgically-repaired left knee, but he's still making enough progress to suggest he'll be ready for training camp. The Eagles have staked a ton on Bradford's shaky health.
Jun 2 - 1:28 PM

Fred Jackson said the Bills want LeSean McCoy "to get 300-plus carries next year."

The Bills aren't tip-toeing around their running back situation with fake claims about competition. Even the players know McCoy is going to be shouldering a large percentage of the load as a true feature back. As the Bills try to hide their ugly quarterback situation, Rex Ryan will be grounding-n-pounding Shady. Running backs coach Anthony Lynn has already said he wants to slash Jackson's snaps in half.
Jun 2 - 10:58 AM

Saints signed DE Cam Jordan to a five-year extension worth up to $60 million.

The deal, which runs through 2020, includes a hefty $33.6 million in guaranteed money and nearly $27 million over the next two years. It's a ton of cash considering the down year Jordan had in 2014, but we saw his sky-high ceiling in 2013 when he graded out as a top-four 3-4 end in PFF's grades. Still just 25 years old, Jordan 28 sacks in his last 48 games. The Saints continue to invest heavily in their defense and running game this offseason.
Jun 2 - 10:34 AM

The Jaguars official website confirms T.J. Yeldon is "expected to be the starter as a rookie."

Even the team's in-house writers are handing the job to Yeldon, who will be backed up by Denard Robinson and Toby Gerhart. The second-round pick is impressing early in the offseason program. "He looks really good in short-area change of direction," MLB Paul Posluszny said. "He looks really, really good there. It’s, ‘How does a guy move in space? How athletic is he?’ That’s what stands out. With him, he definitely has it." Yeldon's upside is capped a bit by the Jags' bottom-barrel offense, but he's going to see enough volume to be a RB2.
Source: jaguars.com
Jun 2 - 8:40 AM

Adrian Peterson has returned to the Vikings and will attend Tuesday's OTAs.

The Vikings played hardball with Peterson and predictably won as he was never going to leave $12.75M on the table. "Basically it's time for me to come in and test the waters and re-familiarize myself with our offense and the direction they're trying to go in," he told ESPN's Josina Anderson. So all the drama over Peterson feeling scorned by the organization and wanting his 2016 contract guaranteed was just hot air. The Vikings did not adjust his deal. Coming off a year of rest and in a RB-friendly Norv Turner offense, Peterson is firmly in the top-5 fantasy pick discussion. NFL Network's Albert Breer said Tuesday the Vikings' offensive staff sees Peterson as a "350-carry centerpiece."
Jun 2 - 8:03 AM

C.J. Anderson reported to Broncos OTAs weighing 221 pounds, down more than 20 from the 2014 offseason.

Anderson shed the weight by "modifying his diet, and running hills and tracks in Colorado and California." Anderson weighed 243 at last year's OTAs. He finished the 2014 season weighing 223, and has now shed two more pounds. Anderson said his summer plan is to "lose even a little more weight," cutting out burgers and ice cream and replacing them with chicken and fish. "Sometimes it tastes like I am eating the same thing everyday," acknowledged Anderson, "but I know what it's going to do for me and the team in the long run."
Source: Denver Post
Jun 1 - 10:16 PM

The Chargers have informed FS Eric Weddle that they will not discuss an upgrade to his contract.

Even after skipping Chargers Organized Team Activities, Weddle's agent says his client won't make a fuss. The sides have agreed to part ways following this season. "He'll be excited about playing this year and then hit free agency," said player rep David Canter. "We're disappointed and will continue to be disappointed. But Eric will go all out this season." Weddle is 30 years old. He'll collect $7.5 million in the final year of his deal.
Jun 1 - 5:16 PM

Cardinals coach Bruce Arians plans to use more no-huddle offense this season.

"We can play real fast now," said Arians, who didn't use no-huddle beyond two-minute drills last season. The no-huddle offense can be effective in the NFL from a "rhythm" standpoint, while also preventing the defense from making substitutions. In Andre Ellington and rookie David Johnson, the Cards have two versatile backs capable of excelling in the no-huddle. More plays from scrimmage could also be a boon to Carson Palmer's fantasy stats.
Jun 1 - 3:54 PM

Texans coach Bill O'Brien doesn't have a timeline for naming his starting quarterback.

In one of the least-impressive QB competitions in recent memory, Ryan Mallett is "battling" Brian Hoyer. Days shy of his 27th birthday, Mallett has only 79 career attempts. Hoyer was the worst quarterback in football down the stretch last season. O'Brien will try to hide whomever wins his competition. Our money is on Mallett.
Jun 1 - 2:12 PM

Jordan Reed recently underwent a "procedure" on his knee.

Coach Jay Gruden said Reed will be ready for training camp, meaning the "procedure" was likely a scope or clean-out of some kind. But it's another setback for a player who is among the most injury-prone in the entire NFL. Reed has missed 12 games through two seasons, causing him to lose his grip on the starting tight end job. Niles Paul will head to camp as the frontrunner for the gig.
Jun 1 - 10:48 AM

The Panthers are closing in on a contract extension with Cam Newton.

The deal, which could be done as soon as Monday afternoon, is expected to keep Newton in Carolina through the 2020 season. It will likely be announced as something similar to the six-year, $95 million Ryan Tannehill contract -- but will contain more guaranteed money at signing. Newton has gone 30-31-1 in four years since the Panthers took him No. 1 overall, winning the NFC South twice.
Jun 1 - 9:52 AM




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