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Titans traded up to select Tennessee WR Justin Hunter with the No. 34 overall pick, sending the No. 40 and 216 overall picks to the 49ers, in addition to a 2014 third-rounder.

The Titans have traded up for a player NFL Films guru Greg Cosell called the "most physically talented wide receiver" in this year's class. It's another weapon for embattled QB Jake Locker, and helps make up for the loss of Jared Cook. It also signals the end of Nate Washington's time in Tennessee, and puts Kenny Britt on the spot going into the final year of his contract. At the Combine, Hunter (6-foot-4, 196) blazed a 4.44 forty with a 39.5-inch vertical and 11-foot-4 broad jump, the longest of any wideout. His body type and play speed are similar to A.J. Green's, though he dropped a disturbing 12.1 percent of his targets last season Still, Hunter projects to be better a full year removed from the ACL, and offers immense upside as a traditional "X" receiver.
Fri, Apr 26, 2013 06:43:00 PM

The Baltimore Sun reports the Ravens are "looking at" free agent T/G Austin Howard.

30-year-old Howard has had an inconsistent career, but he can play guard and right tackle at a league-average clip or better, and would likely be an upgrade on current Ravens RT James Hurst, who has been a complete disaster in past spot appearances. Howard was released by the Raiders on Friday.
Jul 29 - 1:42 AM

NFL Network's Mike Silver reports the Ravens have heard from "numerous fans" about the possibility of signing free agent Colin Kaepernick, and "many" of them are "staunchly opposed" to a Kaepernick signing.

Kaepernick's 2016 decision to kneel during pregame national anthems has been extremely polarizing among fan bases. Kaepernick was protesting police brutality, but many have interpreted Kaepernick's kneeling as a slap in the face to our country. Those fans spoke out to Giants owner John Mara, and it appears they are now contacting Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti as well.
Jul 29 - 1:40 AM

The Denver Channel's Troy Renck "wouldn't be surprised" if the Broncos check in on free agent Dwight Freeney.

The Broncos are looking for an edge rusher with Shane Ray (wrist) and Shaq Barrett (hip, active/NFI) sidelined. There haven't been any updates on Freeney since early June, but he's made it clear he's open to playing this season. 37-year-old Freeney was productive as a situational pass rusher in Atlanta last season, posting three sacks and four TFLs on 416 snaps. Free agents Mario Williams, Trent Cole, and Paul Kruger are also veteran options.
Jul 28 - 8:15 PM

Broncos OLB Shane Ray is expected to miss 6-8 weeks with a torn ligament in his left wrist.

Ray suffered the injury at Friday's walkthrough and will require surgery. It's a blow for a defense already without OLB Shaq Barrett (hip, active/NFI). The missed reps are a concern as Ray enters his first season as a full-time starter. Per NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, the Broncos hope Ray can return for Week 2.
Jul 28 - 6:55 PM

Raiders signed first round CB Gareon Conley to a four-year contract.

Conley's contract had been held up due to his legal situation. The Raiders are clearly confident Conley won't face any charges, though he remains under investigation. Conley's deal should come in around $9.7 million based on last year's slot value and includes a fifth-year option. Tennessee's Corey Davis is the only first-round pick that remains unsigned.
Jul 28 - 6:45 PM

Titans signed DE Jurrell Casey to a four-year, $60.4 million extension.

Casey had two years remaining on his contract, but it's a deserved raise coming off another strong season. The deal contains $40 million guaranteed and makes him the third-highest paid 3-4 end at $15M AAV. Casey has been one of the most dependable players in the league, starting at least 14 games every year of his career. The new deal keeps him signed through 2021.
Jul 28 - 5:16 PM

Giovani Bernard was a full participant on the first day of Bengals camp.

The Bengals' website suggested in mid-June that Gio might miss "the first couple regular season games," but it appears Bernard recovered quicker than expected. Bernard tore his ACL late last November, so his timeline went about as fast as ACL recoveries can possibly go. The Bengals will likely use all of training camp to sort out their running back depth chart, where Bernard, rookie Joe Mixon, and Jeremy Hill are all competing for snaps.
Jul 28 - 3:53 PM

Isaiah Crowell said his agent Drew Rosenhaus has been in "heavy communication" with the Browns about a contract extension.

Coming off a breakout 2016 campaign, Crowell will earn $2.746 million in the final year of his rookie deal. "This is where I want to be," said Crowell. "I am comfortable with my teammates, love my teammates, love my coaches and just love the city of Cleveland." Even with Duke Johnson spelling him on passing downs, Crowell has put himself at the high end of the RB2 conversation.
Jul 28 - 3:28 PM

NFL Network's Mike Silver reports the Falcons are negotiating a five-year extension with Devonta Freeman that would make Freeman "one of the NFL's highest-paid backs."

Freeman took out a $50,000 insurance policy on himself which would pay him $10 million should the Falcons and Freeman not strike a long-term deal and Freeman suffer a severe 2017 injury. Freeman is owed just $1.8 million this year and turned 25 in the offseason. LeSean McCoy currently has the NFL's richest multi-year running back deal at $40 million over five years.
Jul 28 - 3:20 PM

ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the NFL will not issue an update on discipline for Ezekiel Elliott before next Monday.

The NFL remains undecided on how long to suspend Elliott as it continues its investigations into his two assault accusations, the first of domestic variety and the second involving a nightclub brawl where Zeke was alleged to have broken a man's nose. It's disappointing we will continue to lack clarity on Elliott's availability, especially after owner Jerry Jones stated a decision from the NFL was "imminent" on Thursday.
Jul 28 - 3:11 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




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