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NFL Network's Ian Rapoport hears that free agent LT Jake Long is seeking $11 million per year on his next contract.

The Miami Herald reported late in January that Long was looking for upwards of $10 million annually. The Dolphins are reportedly only willing to give him around $6-7 million per year, so his chances of returning are looking slim if what Rapoport is hearing is true. Our own Evan Silva predicts a re-signing with the Dolphins for five years and $37.5 million after hitting the market exposes Long's value as not as rich as he hopes.
Sun, Mar 3, 2013 12:47:00 PM

Speaking Monday, Andrew Luck confirmed his shoulder operation stemmed from his Sept. 2015 injury.

Luck got his shoulder wrecked in Week 3 2015 against the Titans, missing the first two starts of his career. He the treated the issue with rest and rehab the past two years, but decided the regimen was no longer enough. Missing the entire offseason, Luck is considered questionable for the start of camp, but has insisted he will be ready for Week 1.
Apr 17 - 1:25 PM

Bucs exercised WR Mike Evans' fifth-year team option for 2018.

It was a no-brainer move, obviously. Evans has topped 1,000 yards in each of his first three seasons and is still just 23 years old. GM Jason Licht knows it's going to cost a ton to keep Evans long-term and said on Monday the goal is to make Evans a lifelong Buc. Evans could become the league's highest-paid receiver when/if he signs an extension between now and next summer.
Apr 17 - 11:53 AM

ESPN Seahawks reporter Sheil Kapadia believes there's "absolutely an opportunity" for WR Paul Richardson to earn more snaps this season.

After Tyler Lockett went down with a season-ending injury in Week 16, Richardson became the biggest beneficiary as the No. 3 receiver. He played 66.9 percent of the offensive snaps the final four games of the season, including the playoffs, and caught 15-of-19 targets for 213 yards and two touchdowns in that span. Richardson will push Jermaine Kearse for snaps in three-wide sets.
Source: ESPN.com
Apr 17 - 11:03 AM

Contract-year WR Jarvis Landry reported for the start of voluntary workouts Monday.

Wanting an extension, Landry could have skipped the sessions in order to take a stand, but he's instead opting for the team-first approach. Set to earn just under $900K in the final year of his rookie contract, Landry and the Dolphins are expected to talk about an extension through the summer. He'll likely want more than the Rams gave Tavon Austin (4 years, $42M) last year.
Apr 17 - 10:46 AM

According to USA Today's Tom Pelissero, Texans coach Bill O'Brien "absolutely loves" Texas Tech QB Patrick Mahomes.

We doubt Mahomes makes it to the Texans at No. 25 overall, but there's a chance. Houston may also be one of the few teams willing to trade up in this year's draft with several teams looking to move back. The Texans are a good bet to take a quarterback in the first round, and Mahomes may have the highest ceiling of the bunch. Mahomes has size (6'3/230) and a big arm.
Apr 17 - 10:30 AM

According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, new Jaguars LT Branden Albert is not present for the start of voluntary workouts and wants a new contract.

Acquired from the Dolphins in February, Albert was expected to discuss a new contract with the team. But it hasn't happened to this point. He has two years remaining on his current deal and likely wants some guaranteed money and security. Albert turns 33 this year and is on his last legs as a quality starting left tackle. The Jaguars need to find their left tackle of the future.
Apr 17 - 10:26 AM

Panthers re-signed DT Kawann Short to a five-year, $80 million contract.

At $16 million per year, Short becomes the league's third-highest-paid 4-3 defensive tackle behind Ndamukong Suh and Fletcher Cox. Short was said to be seeking $17-19 million annually. With Short locked up through 2021, the Panthers could be forced to let fellow DT Star Lotulelei walk as a free agent next spring. Carolina used a first-rounder on DT Vernon Butler last year. Short was Pro Football Focus' No. 3 defensive tackle last season behind Aaron Donald and Suh.
Apr 17 - 9:50 AM

Suspended RB Doug Martin is present for the start of the Bucs' offseason workout program Monday.

Martin has been out of rehab for awhile now and was fully expected to be present for day one of the offseason. This is just confirmation. Martin will be suspended the first three weeks of the regular season but is allowed to participate in training camp and the preseason. His future in Tampa Bay remains uncertain. The team may not make a decision until his suspension is done.
Apr 17 - 9:35 AM

In a radio interview, ex-NFL personnel man Bryan Broaddus stated that he's heard the Broncos have concerns about Paxton Lynch's work ethic and study habits.

Broaddus is no longer an NFL team decision maker, but he maintains connections throughout the league and still works for the Cowboys as a media scout. "I talked to some guys in Denver," said Broaddus. "They're having a problem with Paxton Lynch right now because they can't get him to buy into the things like Dak Prescott bought in. Early in, late out, that kind of thing." Last year's 26th overall pick, Lynch will compete with Trevor Siemian to start for the second straight offseason. Siemian will be the favorite entering training camp.
Apr 16 - 1:12 PM

Allen Robinson believes he has "earned" a contract extension.

The former second-round pick is set to earn $898,755 in the final year of his rookie deal. "If we get something done, we do," said Robinson. "If not, I have a big year coming ahead for me and I have an obligation to my teammates to play at a high level." Robinson was a monster in 2015 (80 catches, 1,400 yards, 14 touchdowns) but disappeared for stretches during a lackluster 2016 campaign (73/883/6). A-Rob averaged over 100 yards per game after Doug Marrone took over as head coach late last season and should be in for a bounce-back year.
Apr 16 - 11:50 AM

ESPN Boston's Mike Reiss believes the "door might soon be closed entirely" for free agent LeGarrette Blount if he waits too long to re-sign with the Patriots.

Blount has a standing offer from New England, but hasn't budged on his salary demands after leading the league with 18 rushing touchdowns. There's mutual interest in a reunion, but Reiss doesn't feel the Patriots "need" Blount with Rex Burkhead, Dion Lewis and James White under contract. If the Patriots draft a running back, it would likely signal the end of Blount's tenure in Foxboro.
Source: ESPN.com
Apr 16 - 9:43 AM




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