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Saints placed CB Patrick Robinson on injured reserve with a torn patellar tendon, ending his season.

Robinson suffered the non-contact injury in Sunday's win over the Bucs and had to be carted off the field. The former first-round pick was the Saints' No. 3 corner behind starters Keenan Lewis and Jabari Greer. He'll be entering the final year of his contract next season. Corey White and Chris Carr round out the depth chart. The Saints have lost four key defenders for the season.
Wed, Sep 18, 2013 02:49:00 PM

New Chargers OC Ken Whisenhunt said his top priority will be to jump start San Diego's running game.

The Chargers ranked 13th in the NFL in rushing offense with Whisenhunt as OC in 2013. They fell to 30th and 31st the past two years. "That is probably the biggest thing we have to do," Whisenhunt said, "because then your play action builds off of that, your time of possession increases where you can control the ball and you are in better third-down situations. All of those things tie in together." Whisenhunt continued to praise Melvin Gordon's receiving ability, and promised to mold the Chargers' 2016 blocking scheme to suit Gordon's strengths.
Feb 14 - 2:14 PM

9 News Denver's Mike Klis reports the Broncos have not yet begun discussing a long-term contract with free agent OLB Von Miller.

Longtime Broncos beat writer Klis takes this as an "indication" Miller will be hit with the franchise tag before the March 1 franchise deadline. The Broncos appear to be taking the same approach with Miller as they did with Demaryius Thomas in the 2015 offseason. Thomas received the franchise tag last March 2, then signed a five-year, $70 million deal two weeks before training camp.
Feb 14 - 2:08 PM

9 News Denver's Mike Klis reports the Broncos "have begun negotiating in earnest" with free agent DL Malik Jackson.

The Broncos have not done the same with fellow free agent Brock Osweiler, a tactic taken "out of respect" for Peyton Manning, per Klis. Klis does clarify that "not enough progress has been made" at this point to prevent Jackson from testing the open market, where the 26-year-old could strike it filthy rich. Klis expects the Broncos to use the franchise tag on free agent OLB Von Miller.
Feb 14 - 2:03 PM

MMQB's Peter King suggests the Browns could become the Broncos' top competition for free agent Brock Osweiler.

Many anticipate the Browns drafting a quarterback at No. 2 overall, but they have a ton salary cap space ($33.2M) to make a run at Osweiler. With Von Miller expected to be franchised, Osweiler could maximize his value on the open market. Osweiler is the favorite to open 2016 as Denver’s starter, but is going to command higher than the $12.25M AAV Nick Foles got from the Rams.
Source: MMQB
Feb 13 - 6:21 PM

KBOI Boise reports Broncos S Shiloh Keo was arrested for driving under the influence early Saturday morning in Ada County, Idaho.

Keo was booked into the Ada County Jail at 2:19 a.m. Saturday morning. Keo played his college ball at the University of Idaho and still makes his home there in the offseason. A fifth-round pick of the Texans in 2011, Keo spent 2014 out of the league before latching on with the Broncos in December.
Source: KBOI Boise
Feb 13 - 12:41 PM

The Denver Post's Troy Renck suggests the Raiders could have interest in free agent DL Malik Jackson.

Jackson is scheme-transcendent lineman, and Oakland has dabbled in both 4-3 and 3-4 alignments the past few years. The Raiders primarily fielded a 3-4 in 2015, and the Broncos also ran a 3-4. Only 26 years old, Jackson is coming off career bests in tackles (45), sacks (5), and pass breakups (7). Oakland is loaded with salary cap space and could certainly be Jackson's highest bid.
Source: Denver Post
Feb 12 - 9:20 PM

The Denver Post's Troy Renck believes Nick Foles' two-year, $24.5 million extension with the Rams "won't suffice" as a blueprint for free agent Brock Osweiler's pending contract with the Broncos.

Renck does see Foles' deal as a "jumping off point" in talks with Denver, but anticipates Osweiler asking for "more years," and obviously more money. Still only 25 years old even with his four-year rookie contract expiring, Osweiler could conceivably offer more upside than his 2015 game film suggests. Osweiler had sometimes-frenetic movement in the pocket and long stretches where he couldn't get the offense moving, especially in the second halves of games.
Source: Denver Post
Feb 12 - 8:57 PM

After speaking to "a few NFL folks," ESPN's Jeremy Fowler believes free agent Matt Forte will be "lucky" to command more than $4 million per year on the open market.

"The life of a 30-year-old back," added Fowler. On February 5, Forte told NFL Network's Lindsay Rhodes that "it ain't about the money ... I'm trying to get a Super Bowl." Forte's market shouldn't become overly pricey, and it sounds like he's satisfied with that. Forte is Rotoworld's No. 2 free agent running back, behind Doug Martin and just ahead of Lamar Miller.
Feb 12 - 8:30 PM

According to ESPN's Adam Caplan, the Raiders will be "looking to add another running back" this offseason.

Although Latavius Murray's final rushing stats (266-1,066-6) look solid on paper, Murray mixed in long bouts of ineffectiveness and also seemed to fall into coach Jack Del Rio's doghouse a few times. Caplan suggests the Raiders could make a run at free agent Matt Forte, who would almost certainly take over for Murray as Oakland's starter. The Raiders are flush with cap space and could easily beat out most teams if Forte is looking to break the bank. The Raiders were major players in the 2015 DeMarco Murray "sweepstakes."
Feb 12 - 5:34 PM

ESPN Saints reporter Mike Triplett expects the Saints to keep C.J. Spiller on the roster, at least into training camp.

The Saints would actually lose salary cap space by releasing Spiller unless they designated him a post-June 1 cut, which would affect their salary cap down the road. Triplett writes there's a "good chance" Spiller will get "another summer to regain his spark" after he fell behind due to pre-season knee surgery in 2015. Spiller has always been an exciting talent, but he's also been a fantasy disappointment far more often than not. He'll turn 29 this August.
Source: ESPN.com
Feb 12 - 4:30 PM

Colts owner Jim Irsay said Andrew Luck's contract extension will be "a shocking number."

"It's going to be a shocking number," said Irsay. "Nine figures and probably a $20 million starting point per year." $20 million a year for Luck wouldn't be all that 'shocking,' especially considering some of the deals signed by lesser quarterbacks like Joe Flacco and Colin Kaepernick in recent years. But Irsay's message is crystal clear: Luck isn't going anywhere. Entering the last year of his rookie deal, the Colts would be wise to lock Luck up this offseason. The 26-year-old could be headed for the largest contract in NFL history.
Feb 12 - 3:20 PM




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