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VP of football operations John Elway says the Broncos will use the franchise tag on free agent LT Ryan Clady.

"We're going to tag him," Elway told the Denver Post. Elway says the sides would like to work out a long-term deal, but admits "things have changed a little bit because he's coming off a shoulder surgery." Clady has emerged as one of the best pass protectors in football, but has undergone two major operations in the past four years. He ruptured his patella tendon in 2010. Unless the Broncos get their soon-to-be 27-year-old left tackle to agree to a team-friendly deal, Clady may play under the tag in 2013.
Source: Denver Post
Fri, Feb 15, 2013 11:56:00 AM

Aaron Rodgers (collarbone) announced he's been medically cleared to return.

"It's been a long road from that day to this, but I'm happy to say I've been medically cleared to return," Rodgers announced Tuesday night. "Thanks for all the love, support, prayers, and well wishes over the past 8 weeks." Rodgers' Week 15 status had been up in the air earlier in the day, but this seems to point to him being under center against the Panthers this week. The 7-6 Packers have treaded water in Rodgers' absence and now have a chance to run the table and get into the playoffs with arguably the league's best passer back in action. Jordy Nelson also gets a huge boost back up the receiver ranks with Rodgers back. Davante Adams remains a WR2. The Vikings and Lions are on the schedule after Carolina.
Dec 12 - 10:20 PM

Redskins placed RB Byron Marshall on injured reserve with a hamstring injury, ending his season.

TE Jordan Reed and LB Chris Carter have also been sent to injured reserve. Chris Thompson's fill-in as the Redskins' pass-catching back, Marshall injured his hamstring on a Week 14 kick return. Marshall averaged a modest seven touches in two healthy games in place of Thompson. A second-year UDFA, Marshall will have to work to crack someone's 53-man roster in 2018.
Dec 12 - 4:05 PM

Redskins placed TE Jordan Reed on injured reserve with a hamstring injury, ending his season.

It's the only logical end to what was a lost 2017 for the would-be star tight end. Always injured, Reed was limited to a career-low six games. Reed reported to camp with a toe injury that had been bothering him since 2016. Things went downhill from there as he battled shoulder, chest and hamstring ailments, amongst others. When Reed was on the field during his age-27 campaign, he was ineffective, averaging a fullback-like 7.8 yards per catch. Signed through 2021, Reed will head into 2018 having averaged 10 games across five NFL seasons.
Dec 12 - 4:02 PM

Patriots signed WR Kenny Britt to a two-year contract.

Waived by the worst team in football four days ago, Britt will try to stick to the Super Bowl-or-bust Patriots' 53-man roster. Especially while Chris Hogan (shoulder) was sidelined, the Pats were lacking depth at receiver. Hogan is back now, but another body was still needed. It's an open question as to whether Britt will be able to keep his roster spot, though the two-year deal suggests he will. Britt was all the way checked out for the Browns, making awful errors and few, if any, big plays. Although he will be catching passes from Tom Brady, Britt won't have any fantasy value in his new home.
Dec 12 - 4:01 PM

Tevin Coleman (concussion) did not practice Tuesday.

It is not a surprise after he was placed in the concussion protocol following the game on Thursday. The good news is the Falcons do not play until Monday night, so he has a better chance than most to be cleared in time. Atlanta will release their first practice report on Thursday.
Dec 12 - 12:39 PM

Steelers coach Mike Tomlin said CB Joe Haden (broken leg) will return to practice this week.

Haden has been out with a fractured fibula since Week 10. This does not mean he will definitely return this week, but it is a step in the correct direction. With the No. 1 seed on the line against New England, the Steelers could certainly use Haden back in the lineup on Sunday.
Dec 12 - 12:09 PM

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports "it's difficult to predict" if Aaron Rodgers (collarbone) will play Week 15 against the Panthers.

Rapoport reports Rodgers' broken collarbone is not fully healed, but it was not expected to be by this point. As long as it is "80-percent healed," Rodgers could be cleared to play, but Rapoport adds there are people in the organization who are not interested in risking a re-injury for a small chance at a playoff berth. That is not surprising considering how cautious the Packers usually are with injuries. At best, Rodgers looks 50-50 to suit up this weekend.
Source: NFL.com
Dec 12 - 11:59 AM

Steelers placed ILB Ryan Shazier (back surgery) on injured reserve.

The Steelers are just making it official after Shazier underwent spinal stabilization surgery last week. His football future is in question, but his long-term health is the main concern right now.
Dec 12 - 11:43 AM

Chiefs coach Andy Reid said CB Marcus Peters (suspension) is "ready to roll."

Peters was suspended for a game after losing his cool late in the Week 13 loss to the Jets, but that will be the extent of his discipline. "The suspension is over and now he’s back," Reid said. "For whatever wrong took place, he paid that price and now he’s back and I expect nothing but the best for him." Darrelle Revis played surprisingly well in Peters' absence against the Raiders. If that continues, the Chiefs could suddenly have a solid corner duo.
Dec 12 - 11:15 AM

Redskins S Su'a Cravens (concussion, exempt/left squad list) has been medically cleared to return to football.

In a confusing couple weeks, Cravens flirted with retirement in September before ultimately stepping away from the team for the season. His agent says he was suffering from post-concussion syndrome during that episode, but he has undergone treatment and is "looking forward to the 2018 NFL season." A second-round pick in 2016, Cravens has a long and scary history with concussions.
Dec 12 - 10:26 AM

Devin Hester announced his retirement after 11 seasons in the NFL.

Hester hinted he was done after the Seahawks lost to the Falcons in the Divisional Round in January, but he is finally making it official. One of the best return men to ever lace them up, Hester retires owning the record for career punt return touchdowns (14) and career non-offensive touchdowns (20) as well as the third-most punt return yards (3,695) in NFL history. Most of that damage was done with the Bears, who drafted him in the second round of the 2006 draft. Hester finishes his career with three All-Pro nods and four Pro Bowls.
Dec 12 - 10:23 AM




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