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Broncos signed LT Ryan Clady to a five-year, $52.5 million contract, including $33 million guaranteed.

He can max out the deal at $57.5 million by earning two All-Pro berths over the next five seasons. Still only 26 years old with 80 starts under his belt, Clady was always the likeliest of the franchised players to get locked up long term. In annual average, the deal makes Clady the NFL's third highest paid left tackle, behind only Joe Thomas and Jason Peters. Guaranteed money is always key when analyzing new deals, and Clady did extremely well by getting 63 percent of his base contract guaranteed. The extension ensures Peyton Manning will have his blindside protected for the remainder of his career.
Sun, Jul 14, 2013 08:49:00 PM

Steelers rookie RB James Conner will undergo knee surgery.

He's out indefinitely, so the Steelers will likely have to sign another back to chip in behind Le'Veon Bell. A bit player in his first NFL season, Conner has 144 yards on 32 carries (4.5 YPC). He did not catch a pass through 14 games.
Dec 18 - 5:15 PM

Keenan Allen (back) is expected to be "fine" for Week 16 at the Jets.

Allen was carted off in Saturday night's loss to Kansas City, missing the Chargers' final drive. With Hunter Henry's (kidney) status in question for Weeks 16-17, Allen will have to handle a particularly heavy passing-game load in two must-win games. The Chargers have fallen to 7-7, but they are still in the playoff hunt.
Dec 18 - 4:40 PM

Chargers ILB Denzel Perryman (hamstring) is out for Week 16 at the Jets.

Perryman's absence will hurt the Chargers' run defense, which already wasn't playing particularly well. The Bolts will likely turn to Jatavis Brown to replace him. Brown was a liability in run defense in five early-season starts.
Dec 18 - 4:36 PM

Hunter Henry has a "small" laceration of his kidney and is in danger of missing Weeks 16-17.

Officially, coach Anthony Lynn said Monday that Henry's status is "up in the air" for the next two games. The Chargers' playoff hopes took a big hit in Saturday night's loss to Kansas City, and they are now in danger of missing their No. 2 pass-catching weapon behind Keenan Allen for two must-win games. If Henry can't go this week, washed-up Antonio Gates would be forced into heavy snaps.
Dec 18 - 4:35 PM

Jets waived WR Jeremy Kerley.

Kerley's four-game suspension for PED violations had recently ended. He chipped in 22 catches for 217 yards and a touchdown in eight appearances before the ban.
Dec 18 - 4:23 PM

Jeremy Maclin (knee) is not expected to play in Week 16 against the Colts.

Coach John Harbaugh didn't officially rule out Maclin, but he did acknowledge it will be difficult for Maclin to play on a relatively short week. The Ravens host the Colts on Saturday. Michael Campanaro is second in line for slot snaps.
Dec 18 - 4:14 PM

The Giants interviewed VP of Player Evaluation Marc Ross for their GM vacancy.

A member of the Giants' organization since 2007, Ross has interviewed for countless GM openings around the league over the last half decade. He was once viewed as the eventual successor to Jerry Reese, who was fired two weeks ago. Ross' interview satisfies the Rooney Rule for the Giants. Ex-Panthers GM Dave Gettleman is still considered the frontrunner to replace Reese.
Dec 18 - 3:51 PM

NFL suspended Panthers WLB Thomas Davis two games for Sunday's illegal helmet-to-helmet hit on Packers WR Davante Adams.

Davis' hit left Adams concussed and forced the Packers to hospitalize him during the game. Davis apologized to Adams on Twitter on Monday, but the league is having none of it. ESPN's Adam Schefter makes it clear Davis will appeal the ban. If Davis loses, he will miss Week 16 against the Bucs and Week 17 against the Falcons.
Dec 18 - 3:45 PM

Colts placed C Ryan Kelly (concussion) on injured reserve, ending his season.

2017 was a disappointing season for 2016 first-round pick Kelly, who struggled across seven starts, missing time with both a broken foot and a concussion. We would expect Kelly to have a bounce-back season in 2018 after an offseason to rest and rehab. The Colts also placed run-stopping ILB Jon Bostic (knee) on I.R.
Dec 18 - 3:41 PM

The Eagles could rest starters in Week 17 if they clinch home-field advantage for the playoffs in Week 16.

The Eagles can clinch home field with a Week 16 win over the Raiders, who are traveling to Philly. The Eagles will also clinch if the Vikings lose this week to the Packers. "I'm going to be smart about the decisions we make moving forward and getting guys who need the rest, if possible," said coach Doug Pederson on Monday. Perhaps most telling was Pederson's suggestion that he wants backup QB Nate Sudfeld to get snaps at some point in the final two games. "Ideally, yeah, you'd like to get (Sudfeld) some time and some reps here in the next couple of ballgames," Pederson said.
Dec 18 - 3:37 PM

The Jets still are not considering starting Christian Hackenberg at quarterback.

Bryce Petty was predictably awful in New Orleans on Sunday, but the Jets don't want to subject fans — or planet earth — to Hackenberg. It's truly remarkable that a team in the Jets' quarterback situation isn't trying to force a former second-rounder onto the field. It tells you all you need to know about Hackenberg's NFL future. His 53-man roster spot will be in grave danger next summer.
Dec 18 - 3:15 PM




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