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Bucs declared WR Arrelious Benn (shoulder) inactive for Sunday's Week 10 game against the Chargers.

WR Chris Owusu is active for the first time in his career. He'll help out with receiver depth and on special teams. Otherwise, the Bucs are extremely healthy. The rest of their inactives: RB Michael Smith, S Cody Grimm, CB Danny Gorrer, LB Jacob Cutrera, LB Najee Goode and G Roger Allen.
Sun, Nov 11, 2012 11:35:00 AM

The Giants believe fifth-rounder Paul Perkins is a "complete" running back.

The first month following the draft is a time teams say great things about the selections they made, but some are notable. Perkins may not be a superb athlete after running 4.54 with a 32-inch vertical and 10-foot-4 broad jump, but the 5'10/208 runner was a fundamentally-sound three-down back at UCLA. In college, Perkins displayed quickness and tough inside running. Rashad Jennings is 31, Shane Vereen is a scatback, and the Giants have nothing behind them. Perkins has a case to be a late first-rounder in Dynasty rookie drafts.
May 6 - 9:40 AM

Jerry Jones said the Cowboys will not place second-round LB Jaylon Smith (knee) on injured reserve.

Smith suffered serious nerve damage when he tore his ACL and LCL in January. Everyone else in the Cowboys' organization seems to accept Smith will not play this year, but Jerry is holding out hope of a late-season or playoff return. Despite his optimism, it is unlikely we see Smith on an NFL field before 2017.
May 5 - 9:49 AM

Redskins signed TE Jordan Reed to a five-year, $46.5 million extension through 2021.

The deal includes $22 million guaranteed. Despite a checkered injury history, Reed has established himself as one of the most dynamic passing weapons in the league. He caught 87 passes for 952 yards and 11 touchdowns in just 14 games last year before adding a 9-120-1 performance in Washington's playoff loss to the Packers. Reed will undoubtedly live up to this contract if he is able to stay on the field, but he has a long and concerning history of concussions. As long as he is playing, however, Reed will be an important piece of the Redskins' passing attack and a top-flight TE1.
May 5 - 9:29 AM

Redskins OC Sean McVay used the term "every-down back" to describe second-year RB Matt Jones' potential.

After the Redskins drafted only Keith Marshall in the seventh round -- and added no running backs in free agency -- Jones is set up for a huge workload if he hangs onto the ball and improves on last year's poor efficiency. "He had some growing pains, but I think, when you look at the things he was able to do both in the run game and in the pass game, he’s got the skills and traits you’re looking for in that every-down back," said McVay. "He’s a violent finisher. I think he’s a little bit more sudden than people give him credit for." Jones fumbled five times as a rookie and averaged 3.40 yards per carry, but his arrow is pointing up for 2016.
May 5 - 12:13 AM

Browns coach Hue Jackson said Isaiah Crowell and Duke Johnson "are as good as I've seen in a while."

Jackson said he was "very happy" with the running backs on the roster earlier this week, but he took it a step further Tuesday. "I really think Isaiah Crowell is a really good running back," Jackson said. "Obviously, Isaiah is very explosive. He's got quick feet, he's fast in the hole, he runs with good pad level." Crowell has struggled to consistently contribute in the pros, but he was a highly-rated prospect with a tantalizing skill set. It sounds like he will be given every chance to earn a workhorse role, and he has the talent to make the carries count.
May 4 - 7:32 PM

Franchise-tagged OLB Von Miller said he is going to stay with the Broncos "no matter what."

"The contract is going to take care of itself," Miller added. Despite little apparent progress in negotiations, Miller has been consistently optimistic. Although it may come down to the July 15 deadline, it is likely the two sides work out a long-term deal.
May 4 - 6:55 PM

A Titans staff member told third-round S Kevin Byard that Bishop Sankey's number was available.

Byard wore No. 20 in college, the same number Sankey has worn his first two years in the league. Teams often have players share numbers when the roster is expanded during the offseason, but the top players usually get their number all to themselves. After the Titans traded for DeMarco Murray and drafted Derrick Henry, Sankey is clearly no longer a highly-valued asset, and it would be a surprise if he survives training camp on the roster.
Source: ESPN
May 4 - 5:54 PM

According to TE Garrett Celek, Blaine Gabbert has been "definitely taking control" as the starting quarterback at 49ers' voluntary workouts.

"Whoever’s at quarterback needs to take control and be our leader out there. And he’s definitely doing that," Celek said. "I think he’s definitely developing more and more as the days go on." Gabbert is the unquestioned No. 1 quarterback at these very elementary workouts because Colin Kaepernick (thumb, knee, shoulder) remains on the shelf and isn't expected to be cleared until June 1. When Kap does gain clearance, he and Gabbert are expected to compete for the starting job. Gabbert is getting an early leg up in coach Chip Kelly's new offense.
May 4 - 1:01 PM

Raiders GM Reggie McKenzie talked up fifth-round RB DeAndre Washington, calling him "more than just a third-down back; he's a complete back."

"He can pound it up in there," McKenzie continued. "When he gets out in space, he can make you look silly. He can catch the ball, but he can run between the tackles as well as well as bouncing it outside. We think he’s the total package as a runner." It's notable because the Raiders spent a good portion of the offseason talking about how they wanted to add to their backfield and get Latavius Murray some help/competition. Washington has been the only addition. He'll have a chance to carve out a significant role in year one.
Source: raiders.com
May 4 - 10:12 AM

Free agent CB Leon Hall will visit the Falcons.

Hall left his Giants visit without a deal. The Falcons drafted SS Keanu Neal in the first round, but still need a slot corner to play between Desmond Trufant and Robert Alford. Hall's market was slow to develop after undergoing offseason back surgery. Now that minicamp and OTAs are starting up, he should find a new team in relatively short order.
May 3 - 9:43 PM

Bills signed franchise player LT Cordy Glenn to a five-year, $65 million contract.

The deal includes $36 million guaranteed, $26.5 million of which is "fully" guaranteed. That's the second most in history for a left tackle. The No. 41 overall pick of the 2012 draft, Glenn has manned the blindside since his rookie year, and developed into one of the league's better left tackles. Headed into his age-27 season, Glenn hasn't missed a game since 2012. Locking Glenn up now allows the Bills to focus on long-term deals for Stephon Gilmore and Tyrod Taylor.
May 3 - 6:22 PM




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