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ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the Dolphins are negotiating a five-year contract with free agent Mike Wallace.

Schefter describes the deal as "very, very likely to get done." So we may not see the Vikings jump into the Wallace sweepstakes after all. Schefter reported that this is a "match waiting to happen," and the money will be "well north" of $10 million per year. Appearing on NFL Live Tuesday, Schefter also confirmed that the Dolphins are in hot pursuit of free agent TE Jared Cook.
Tue, Mar 12, 2013 04:03:00 PM

ESPN's Seth Wickersham reports the Chargers' viability in Los Angeles will be a "major discussion topic among NFL owners and executives at this week’s league meetings."

Oct 17 - 11:55 AM

The Bills named Derek Anderson the Week 7 starter against the Colts.

Anderson was just signed eight days ago and was inactive for Week 6 against the Texans, but Josh Allen injured his elbow in Houston and Nathan Peterman again pooped the bed in relief. Anderson obviously is not a fantasy option, but it's arguable he may actually be the team's best chance at a win.
Oct 17 - 11:41 AM

Coach Doug Pederson said LT Jason Peters (biceps) will practice Wednesday and "definitely can play" through the injury.

It sounds like Peters is going to play through his torn biceps, as he initially said he would. It's great news for an underperforming Eagles line, but Peters figures to be far less than 100 percent and may lack upper-body strength.
Oct 17 - 10:37 AM

Jaguars owner Shad Khan withdrew his offer to buy Wembley Stadium in London on Wednesday.

"Mr. Khan he expressed to us that, without stronger support from within the game, his offer is being seen as more divisive than it was anticipated to be and has decided to withdraw his proposal," a spokesman for The Football Association said. There had been rumors bubbling up recently that Khan had planned to move the Jaguars to London in the near future. This would seem to squash those. By all accounts, Khan has remained more than committed to Jacksonville.
Source: The FA
Oct 17 - 10:28 AM

T.J. Yeldon (foot, ankle) is not practicing Wednesday.

Leonard Fournette (hamstring) is also idle on Wednesday. Yeldon touched the ball just 11 times last week in the blowout loss to the Cowboys and had previously been listed with an ankle issue back in Week 4. The foot thing is new. Jamaal Charles and David Williams are the Jaguars' healthy backs.
Oct 17 - 10:05 AM

Leonard Fournette (hamstring) is not practicing Wednesday.

It's progress, however. The past two weeks, Fournette has been ruled out very early in the week before we even get to Wednesday. Fournette was on a side field last Friday when coach Doug Marrone said he had a "chance" to play Week 7 against Houston. We ultimately consider him doubtful.
Oct 17 - 10:03 AM

Josh Allen (elbow) will miss at least the next two or three games and will be week to week after that.

A second opinion on his elbow from Dr. James Andrews confirmed that Allen has UCL damage to his throwing arm, but he will not need Tommy John surgery. Instead Allen will rest and rehab with the hope that he can return in about one month. With Allen out, the Bills can either start Nathan Peterman or Derek Anderson, who they signed just last week. Streaming defenses against this Bills offense is an attractive strategy.
Oct 16 - 7:09 PM

ESPN's Vaughn McClure reports Devonta Freeman (injured reserve) will undergo groin surgery on Thursday.

Freeman injured both his foot and groin in his Week 5 return against the Steelers. He mulled playing through the groin issue but opted to go under the knife. He will be a candidate for return from injured reserve but must sit a minimum of eight weeks. Tevin Coleman and Ito Smith could form a near-even committee in Freeman's absence.
Oct 16 - 5:15 PM

Rams released K Cairo Santos.

Santos spent two games in L.A. His release should mean Greg Zuerlein is returning for Week 7 against the 49ers.
Oct 16 - 5:05 PM

Speaking Tuesday, Jon Gruden gave Derek Carr a vote of confidence as the Raiders' quarterback.

"He is the strength of this football team," Gruden said. "He is on my watch. I said it when I got here, if he doesn't play well, I've failed." This goes beyond a normal coachspeak vote of confidence. Gruden seems completely sincere. Plus, the Raiders don't have a legitimate option behind Carr. Gruden has actually managed to dramatically increase both Carr's completion percentage and yards per attempt, but Carr has been a turnover machine and seemed to lack confidence at times. He was unspeakably bad in the Raiders' London loss to the Seahawks. The duo has two weeks to draw something up for the Colts in Week 8.
Oct 16 - 4:48 PM

Although WLB K.J. Wright (knee) will practice when the Seahawks come off their bye in Week 8, he is considered unlikely to return against the Lions.

Wright apparently had a setback sometime in September but has "had a couple really good days" of late, according to coach Pete Carroll. Wright "ran hard" in Week 6. He's week to week with perhaps Week 9 or 10 his most likely date for return.
Oct 16 - 4:23 PM




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