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CBS Sports reports the Jaguars, Raiders and Bills are "in the mix" for Matt Flynn, and that Jacksonville is his "most likely destination."

Per reporter Jason La Canfora, a trade could happen before the draft. Considering how quiet Flynn's market has been, it's surprising to see him connected to three teams in one fell swoop, so it's possible the report is agent-driven. Nevertheless, Jacksonville, Oakland, and Buffalo are all QB-needy teams and could decide to part with a late-round pick instead of gambling an early-rounder on a project in a weak quarterback class. New Jaguars coach Gus Bradley was on Seattle's staff last year, when Flynn was beaten out by Russell Wilson. We don't see the Raiders trading for Flynn because GM Reggie McKenzie needs to keep his seven draft picks.
Tue, Mar 26, 2013 09:41:00 PM

Marcus Mariota (leg) is participating at Titans OTAs and appears to be ahead of schedule.

Mariota fractured his fibula and ankle last December. "Four months ago I wasn’t sure I was going to be able to participate in OTAs, and being able to do some of the drills ... I was very happy and very grateful," he said. "It was fun to be out there with the guys." Mariota isn't moving at full speed yet, but he is taking part in walkthroughs, individual drills, and 7-on-7s. He is one of this year's highest-ceiling late-round quarterback picks.
May 25 - 10:34 AM

ESPN's Seth Wickersham reports there are still major tensions between Richard Sherman and coach Pete Carroll.

Sherman believes the Seahawks should have won multiple Super Bowls by now, and is concerned about the team's chemistry. In particular, Sherman has been upset at Carroll's unwillingness to critique Wilson and the offense while the defense is forced to play at near perfection. Sherman has been vocal since the Seahawks lost the Super Bowl, including telling friends that he imagined playing for the Cowboys or Patriots with Marshawn Lynch. Despite the long feud and trade rumors, Sherman remains on the Seahawks and will remain a leader on one of the league's best defenses.
Source: ESPN
May 25 - 10:32 AM

Paxton Lynch worked with the first-team during Wednesday's practice.

Trevor Siemian opened OTAs with the first-team, but the pair were always expected to alternate days. Denver7's Troy Renck added the Broncos "could not be happier" with Lynch's "work ethic, attitude and play," echoing 9 News Denver's Mike Klis rebuttal of a critical report earlier this offseason. Siemian is the slight favorite, but Lynch will get every opportunity to unseat him.
May 25 - 10:28 AM

Pro Football Talk reports Colin Kaepernick just visited with the Seahawks on Wednesday.

There were reports he was working out for the team, but those were apparently incorrect. Still, the Huffington Post's Jordan Schultz reports the meeting went "very well," although there is "no rush" to sign a deal. If the Seahawks are really interested in Kaepernick, they likely will want a deal before June's minicamp.
May 25 - 10:16 AM

Cody Kessler believes he improved his arm strength this offseason.

Coach Hue Jackson agrees, saying Kessler "is stronger" and his "ball has more zip on it." Arm strength is never going to be a calling card for Kessler, but being able to force the ball into tighter windows and throw a better deep ball certainly will not hurt. Kessler is the favorite in the Browns' quarterback battle.
May 25 - 8:46 AM

Danny Woodhead (ACL) said he is practicing with "no restrictions."

"I’m just playing football now," he added. "I haven’t been thinking about needing to do stuff to rehab it because I’m healthy now." Woodhead tore his ACL on September 18, so he is eight months removed at this point. The Ravens may still baby him through the offseason program, but he should be full go for training camp. A great receiving back who is also a factor in the red zone, Woodhead is likely to be undervalued in both PPR and standard formats this year.
May 25 - 8:30 AM

Jerick McKinnon opened Vikings OTAs handling "most of the first-team reps" in the running back corps.

It's not a surprise since Latavius Murray (ankle) is on the shelf and Dalvin Cook is a rookie. With that said, McKinnon has no Rotoworld blurbs since January 1, and his outlook has changed dramatically in the past few months. McKinnon offers scheme experience and receiving skills, but Cook is a far superior inside runner, and Murray is making nearly $4 million this year. McKinnon is in danger of slipping to third string on the depth chart.
May 25 - 1:05 AM

Laquon Treadwell has run with the first-team offense at Vikings OTAs.

The 23rd overall pick in last year's draft, Treadwell managed one reception during his rookie campaign. The Vikings are just trying to build his confidence by running him in three-receiver sets with Stefon Diggs and Adam Thielen, but perhaps it'll work. A GIF circulated Wednesday of Treadwell beating Xavier Rhodes for a long catch from Sam Bradford in OTAs. The Vikings signed Michael Floyd as a fallback option should Treadwell not make a sophomore leap.
May 24 - 11:50 PM

According to the Chicago Tribune, Bears third-year WR Kevin White has spent the last several months "working to align his stride" when running.

White missed his rookie season with a fractured left tibia, then missed all but four games of his sophomore campaign with a "fibular spiral fracture" and "severe ankle ligament damage" in the same leg. Per the Tribune's Rich Campbell, the Bears simply "don't know" whether White will regain his explosiveness. White is nothing more than a late-round flier in 2017 fantasy drafts.
May 24 - 10:58 PM

Philip Rivers indicated Branden Oliver (Achilles') has looked as good as new at Chargers OTAs.

Oliver is coming off a brutal injury, but he suffered it last August and will be over a full year removed for Week 1. "It’s been great (having him back)," Rivers. "Gosh, we had really such high expectations for him going into last year. ... He looks good. He looks explosive. I know it’s early, but I think he really is a great complement to Melvin (Gordon). Their styles are different, but similar. (We) have two backs who can run all the same plays." Oliver is a handcuff to remember entering the 2017 fantasy season.
May 24 - 9:20 PM

The Kansas City Star expects Spencer Ware to return as the Chiefs' starting running back.

ESPN Chiefs reporter Adam Teicher previously projected rookie Kareem Hunt as the team's likely leader in 2017 rushing attempts and running back catches. Ware has averaged 4.63 yards per carry and 11.6 yards per reception over the past two seasons, however, and the Chiefs shouldn't be in any hurry to pull Ware off the field. This will be a camp battle to monitor closely.
May 24 - 8:27 PM




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