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Bills re-signed restricted free agent C/G Colin Brown to a two-year contract.

It sounds like Brown took less than the $1.3 million it would have cost the Bills to tender him at the "original pick" level. Brown, 27, made one spot start in 2012 before suffering a year-ending hamstring injury. The hamstring wound up being ripped entirely off Brown's leg bone. His position flexibility helps, but Brown will have to compete to keep his roster spot in 2013.
Fri, Feb 15, 2013 05:08:00 PM

John Brown may miss up to a week with a quad injury.

He's day to day at this point, but it's a disappointing development after Brown shined throughout the spring and on the first few days of Cardinals camp. Entering his contract year after an illness-ruined 2016, Brown has battled persistent soft-tissue injuries since entering the pros. The Cardinals need to exercise utmost caution while working Brown back into practice.
Jul 28 - 2:26 PM

ESPN Bucs reporter Jenna Laine confirms the team is hoping Jacquizz Rodgers "can step in for Doug Martin these first three games."

Rodgers has mixed in with the first-team offense early in training camp. As Martin is suspended for Weeks 1-3, Rodgers is set up to start against Miami, Chicago, and Minnesota, all defenses that ranked in the bottom half of Football Outsiders' run-defense DVOA last year. Rodgers averaged well over 20 touches per game across five starts in 2016. Quizz is a very attractive fantasy pick at his double-digit-round Average Draft Position.
Source: ESPN.com
Jul 28 - 2:17 PM

According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, Raiders LT Donald Penn is unhappy with his contract and will not report to training camp.

Entering the last year of a two-year contract, the 34-year-old is due $5.8 million in 2017. There were no rumblings of Penn considering a holdout before Friday, so his absence comes as a mild surprise. Penn remained one of the better blind side protectors in football last season, earning PFF's No. 10 grade out of 76 qualifiers at tackle.
Jul 28 - 2:10 PM

Rams DT Aaron Donald has yet to arrive at training camp.

Per ESPN's Adam Schefter, Rams players were due at camp by 11 AM PST for their conditioning tests, but so far Donald has been a no-show. It's no surprise as Donald has been hinting at a holdout for weeks in hopes of a new contract. The two-time All-Pro surely deserves a raise but the Rams may be hesitant to give him one with two years left on his rookie deal.
Jul 28 - 2:08 PM

NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reports the Dolphins are expected to let contract-year WR Jarvis Landry play out the final season of his deal.

The writing has been on the wall for this. Owner Stephen Ross and coach Adam Gase have both strongly indicated extending Landry's deal was never a priority, and the Dolphins' run-game emphasis lessens Landry's tactical value as a volume-dependent slot receiver Miami's higher-ups likely view as replaceable. The Fins want to use their high-volume run game to set up more vertical shots to speedsters Kenny Stills and DeVante Parker on the perimeter. The Dolphins may revisit talks with Landry after the season, but they clearly do not value him as a true No. 1 receiver. The Fins never so much as made Landry a contract offer this offseason.
Jul 28 - 2:07 PM

Ravens QB Ryan Mallett was "intercepted at least five times" in Friday's practice, then lost his cool on the field.

Per ESPN Ravens reporter Jamison Hensley, Mallett "looked awful" filling in for Joe Flacco (back). Hensley observed two other throws that were nearly picked off, and on his final interception, Mallett "threw his white towel in the air," prompting Terrell Suggs to say, "tell (OC Marty Mornhinweg) to tell Mallett to throw to the guys wearing the purple jerseys (on offense)." The Ravens have been considering signing free agent Colin Kaepernick.
Jul 28 - 1:58 PM

Texans coach Bill O'Brien said first-round QB Deshaun Watson is "ahead of schedule" in his development.

A month ago O'Brien said the rookie wasn't "nearly where he needs to be to be a full-time starter." Apparently Watson took that criticism to heart. He's been on a tear since came opened a few days ago, reminding Houston Chronicle beat writer John McClain of a young Warren Moon. Slowly but surely, the Clemson alum is winning O'Brien over. "There’s no doubt he’s ahead of schedule," said O'Brien. "He’s put a lot of time in, and he’s doing a good job." Watson still has ground to make up on projected starter Tom Savage, but he's closing the gap quicker than anyone expected.
Source: SI.com
Jul 28 - 1:47 PM

Ben Roethlisberger told the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette he is undecided on continuing his playing career in 2018.

Although Roethlisberger's 2017 offseason retirement considerations weren't taken seriously in the media, several folks around him insist Ben indeed considered calling it quits. Over the past two seasons alone, Roethlisberger has suffered an MCL sprain/bone bruise, mid-foot sprain, concussion, AC sprain with torn ligaments in throwing shoulder, and torn meniscus. Roethlisberger revealed his wife, Ashley, wants him to retire soon, and mentioned "this new study that came out that 90 percent of players’ brains who were studied had CTE." Big Ben turned 35 in March.
Jul 28 - 1:45 PM

Giovani Bernard (ACL) avoided the Bengals' active/PUP list to begin camp.

It means Bernard is ineligible for the reserve/PUP list, and the Bengals anticipate him playing early in the year. Offseason beat writer reports had Gio in danger of missing "the first couple of regular season games," but that hasn't been determined. Bernard's fantasy ADP has tumbled to the extent that he's very much worth a late flier in PPR leagues. Bernard's ceiling remains severely capped by Joe Mixon and Jeremy Hill's presences, however.
Jul 28 - 1:25 PM

Curtis Samuel suffered a strained hamstring at Friday's practice.

This has become a legitimate concern for the second-round rookie. Samuel missed time at minicamp with hamstring issues, so hopefully this doesn't become a chronic thing. Expect the Panthers to lay off Samuel for a week or so and see how he responds. Russell Shepard has reportedly been developing a rapport with Cam Newton in practice and throwing sessions, and he could threaten Samuel's No. 3 WR role.
Jul 28 - 12:38 PM

In a June interview with Jaguars.com, coach Doug Marrone made it clear the team will play run-first football in 2017.

Per Jags.com's John Oehser, Marrone "wasn't joking about this, and he wasn't smiling" when he spoke. "Zero," Marrone replied when asked how many times he wants Blake Bortles to attempt a pass each game. "I’d like to run the ball every play. I want to go back to the old way. I want to change the game." It's the same style of football Dallas and Tennessee have successfully implemented over the past few years. Leonard Fournette will be the centerpiece of the Jaguars' offense, and the weekly game plan will be to hide Bortles.
Source: jaguars.com
Jul 28 - 11:58 AM




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