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Giants waived CB Michael Coe from injured reserve.

Coe is now free to sign with any other team. New York placed him on injured reserve earlier this month with a hamstring injury. Coe started one game for the Giants and recorded 13 tackles and four pass break-ups.
Mon, Nov 26, 2012 06:37:00 PM

Jaguars signed coach Doug Marrone to a two-year extension through 2021.

Executive VP of football operations Tom Coughlin and GM Dave Caldwell have also agreed to two-year extensions. Marrone enjoyed a hugely successful 2017 season, leading Jacksonville to its first AFC title game since 1999. With excellent young talent on both sides of the ball (particularly on defense), the Jags should be a contender in the AFC for many years to come. This is Marrone's second head-coaching job following a previous stint in Buffalo.
Feb 23 - 2:01 PM

According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, the Chiefs "were pushing to trade for" Rams OLB Robert Quinn in talks around CB Marcus Peters, but Quinn is unlikely to be part of the package.

Quinn, 28 in May, was once one of the most feared pass rushers in the sport after accumulating 40 sacks from 2012-2014, but he missed a bunch of time to injury in 2015 and 2016 before notching 8.5 sacks in his first year as a 3-4 outside linebacker under DC Wade Phillips last year. There's been some chatter the Rams could release him, which would clear over $11.4 million in cap space. But since they weren't willing to make Quinn part of the trade for Peters, it sounds like Quinn will be back in L.A. Draft picks are expected to go to Kansas City.
Feb 23 - 1:44 PM

ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the Chiefs and Rams are "in the final stages of talks" on a trade that will send CB Marcus Peters to Los Angeles.

Per Schefter, the deal is expected to be agreed to as early as Friday, barring an unexpected snag. Of course, the deal can't become official until the new league year opens on March 14, but it appears the Rams have their new No. 1 corner. With Trumaine Johnson set for free agency next month and no signs of a long-term deal, Peters will likely slide into his spot on defense. No. 2 CB Kayvon Webster is still recovering from a late-season Achilles' tear. Peters irked many in the Chiefs' organization at times, but there's no denying he's a top 5-10 corner in this league and is first among all corners in interceptions (19) since entering the league in 2015. Peters has two more years of team control on his rookie contract.
Feb 23 - 1:04 PM

Jaguars released RB Chris Ivory.

It was an expected move. Ivory turns 30 next month and fell out of favor in Jacksonville after the team drafted Leonard Fournette. Ivory opened last season as the No. 2, but he was quickly passed up by T.J. Yeldon and Corey Grant. Ivory was inactive week in and week out at the end of the year. He missed multiple games to injury during his time with the Jaguars and averaged a pitiful 3.59 YPC on 229 rushing attempts. The move clears over $3.6 million in cap space.
Feb 23 - 12:28 PM

Free agent CB Vontae Davis is visiting the Dolphins on Friday.

Davis, of course, was drafted by the Dolphins with the 25th overall pick in the 2009 draft. He was traded by then-GM Jeff Ireland to the Colts in 2012 in one of the more famous scenes of HBO's Hard Knocks. Davis turns 30 in May and has now visited Miami, Oakland, San Fran, Buffalo, and Cleveland over the last two weeks. He should be coming to a decision in the near future.
Feb 23 - 12:19 PM

ESPN's David Newton believes the Panthers "could overhaul" their wide receiver group this offseason.

Newton mentioned Devin Funchess, Curtis Samuel, and Damiere Byrd as the only ones that can feel safe entering 2018. Funchess was the team's No. 1 wideout last year but is better suited as a No. 2 and is entering the final year of his contract. 2017 second-rounder Samuel's rookie season was an injury-filled nightmare, while Byrd is merely a hit-or-miss deep threat. Cam Newton needs an alpha-dog No. 1 wideout. NFL Network's Ian Rapoport mentioned the Panthers in Jarvis Landry trade talks, but Carolina seems more likely to use its first-rounder on a receiver. The free-agent crop just isn't very good this year.
Source: ESPN.com
Feb 23 - 10:46 AM

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport mentioned the Titans, Panthers, Saints, and Bears as teams that could be interested in a trade for franchise player Jarvis Landry.

The Titans were the first team out of RapSheet's mouth, while the other three clubs were kind of thrown out there at the end. Tennessee GM Jon Robinson has had a penchant for big trades since taking the job and needs a slot receiver after Eric Decker completely flopped as a free-agent pickup. The Titans do have sophomore Taywan Taylor as an option, but Landry would give Marcus Mariota a reliable safety blanket with Corey Davis and Rishard Matthews on the outside. Carolina and Chicago obviously also need plenty of help at receiver.
Source: NFL.com
Feb 23 - 10:27 AM

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Seahawks are more likely to give contract-year FS Earl Thomas an extension than trade him.

Rapoport says that's the plan unless Seattle is offered a "huge allotment" of draft picks for Thomas. Thomas turns 29 in May but rebounded nicely in 2017 from his broken leg suffered at the end of the 2016 season. He was Pro Football Focus' No. 8 safety out of 89 qualifiers, ranking sixth in coverage. Thomas intimated last month he'd be willing to hold out for a new contract. He's set to earn just an $8.5 million salary in 2018 but probably wants $12 million-plus annually.
Source: NFL.com
Feb 23 - 10:18 AM

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Steelers are "listening to potential deals" for Martavis Bryant.

Rapoport made it a point to say the Steelers aren't necessarily shopping Bryant, but it sounds like they're all ears to offers. Bryant made a big stink midway through last season when he felt he wasn't playing enough, and the Steelers then made him a healthy scratch for Week 8. Bryant quit the social media complaining but was a disappointment with a 52-681-4 line. JuJu Smith-Schuster has emerged as the Steelers' No. 2 wideout. Bryant has one year left on his deal.
Source: NFL.com
Feb 23 - 10:08 AM

Speaking Thursday, Cowboys executive VP Stephen Jones emphasized that free agent DE DeMarcus Lawrence will be a Cowboy in 2018, either via a long-term deal or the franchise tag.

"We won't let D-Law not be a Dallas Cowboy next year," were Jones' exact words. NFL.com's Tom Pelissero reported earlier Thursday that the sides have yet to engage in long-term talks but will do so at the Combine. The deadline to apply the tag is March 6. After that, the deadline to reach a long-term agreement is July 16.
Feb 22 - 8:55 PM

NFL Network's Mike Garofolo reports the Rams are more likely to use the franchise tag on DB Lamarcus Joyner than Sammy Watkins.

Formerly the Rams' slot corner, Joyner shifted full time to safety in 2017 and had by far his best season. Joyner picked off the first three passes of his career, forced a fumble and earned high all-around marks from Pro Football Focus. He turns 28 in November.
Feb 22 - 4:52 PM




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