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Michael Vick (foot) will practice Tuesday.

On the final play of last Thursday's loss to the Chiefs, Vick took a sack and came up limping a little. It's nothing to worry about. Vick, fantasy's No. 2 quarterback through three weeks, will be fine for Sunday's game at Denver. Although injuries have been an issue recently, Vick did play in 15 or more games in four of his six seasons with Atlanta.
Tue, Sep 24, 2013 12:08:00 PM

Bengals selected Auburn DE Carl Lawson with the No. 116 overall pick in the 2017 NFL draft.

Apr 29 - 12:41 PM

Redskins selected Oklahoma RB Samaje Perine with the No. 114 overall pick in the 2017 NFL draft.

Perine (5’11/233) made 30 starts in three years at OU, operating as the Thunder to Joe Mixon’s Lightning and leaving college with a career 685-4,122-49 (6.0 YPC) rushing line and 40-321-2 (8.0) receiving. Perine broke Billy Sims’ all-time rushing record at Oklahoma. A powerful tackle breaker, Perine’s athleticism was unsurprisingly sub-par at the Combine with 4.65 speed and 25th-percentile SPARQ results. Perine looks like a plodder at times on tape, but his skill set translates well to a short-yardage and clock-killing role, and his receiving ability is better than advertised. His addition likely spells the end of Matt Jones' time in Washington.
Apr 29 - 12:33 PM

49ers acquired RB Kapri Bibbs and a fifth-round pick from the Broncos for a fourth-round pick in 2018.

Bibbs tallied 129 yards on 29 carries last year while filling a change-of-pace role behind C.J. Anderson and Devontae Booker. In San Francisco, he'll serve as backfield depth behind injury-prone starter Carlos Hyde.
Apr 29 - 12:27 PM

Jaguars selected Oklahoma WR Dede Westbrook with the No. 110 overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft.

Westbrook (6’0/178) spent two years at OU after transferring from JUCO, stacking a 126-2,267-21 (18.0 YPR) career receiving line and finishing as a Heisman Trophy finalist in 2016. He dabbled on kickoff and punt returns as a senior, bringing back a punt 71 yards to the house. Westbrook blazed 4.39 at the Sooners’ Pro Day, but the rest of his workout underwhelmed. NFL scouts expressed concern about Westbrook’s interviews, commitment, and pre-draft preparation at the Combine. Westbrook’s tape reveals a dynamic weapon with terrific hands, dropping just 4-of-84 catchable targets in 2016. Whether Westbrook realizes his immense promise is entirely up to him.
Apr 29 - 12:21 PM

Packers selected Wisconsin OLB Vince Biegel with the No. 108 overall pick in the 2017 NFL draft.

Biegel (6’3/246) made 40 starts on the Badgers’ defense, finishing seventh in school history in sacks (21.5) and tenth in tackles for loss (39.5), adding three forced fumbles. He was voted second-team All-Big Ten by the conference’s coaches as a senior. Biegel tested as a 55th-percentile athlete with 4.67 speed. Turning 24 in July, Biegel is an over-aged prospect, undersized by NFL edge-player standards, and got overpowered too frequently in college. An overachieving son of a coach, Biegel projects as a special teamer whose long-term ceiling is likely in the Erik Walden range.
Apr 29 - 12:16 PM

In an anonymous survey of all 32 teams before the draft, just four said they would consider drafting Joe Mixon.

Yet, as ESPN's Adam Schefter noted, "it only takes one." Despite trading back in round two, the questionable-character-tolerant Bengals still got their guy at No. 48. It was never a secret that Cincinnati wanted Mixon before the draft. Mixon now becomes the Bengals' best running back by a significant margin. He should have an opportunity to assert himself as Cincinnati's every-down back.
Apr 29 - 10:46 AM

Patriots exercised WR Brandin Cooks' fifth-year team option for 2018.

The move is an absolute no-brainer after New England traded a first-round pick and some change to land Cooks in March. The receiver is now under contract for the next two years, but the Patriots could look to sign him to an extension next offseason. Patriots owner Bob Kraft compared Cooks' potential impact to that of Randy Moss, so it is safe to say the organization is high on him.
Apr 29 - 10:45 AM

Bucs GM Jason Licht said he is "happy with" Doug Martin's (suspended) "trajectory" this offseason.

"I’ve said that before but it’s the truth," Licht continued. "He has the right mindset right now and he looks good physically." NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported Martin has been "the most impressive player thus far" in the Bucs' offseason program, and Tampa Bay has bypassed the running back position to this point in the draft. That does not mean they will avoid the position entirely on Day 3, but it is looking more and more likely Martin will remain in Tampa Bay this season. Martin will serve the final three games of his suspension Weeks 1-3.
Apr 29 - 10:12 AM

TMZ Sports reports Cowboys suspended DE Randy Gregory failed another drug test.

Gregory is currently serving a suspension of at least one year for a previous failed test. TMZ Sports reports Gregory has "blown off" NFL officials since being notified of the failed test in March, and "people connected to Gregory" believe his NFL career might be over. If he did actually fail another test, his friends are likely correct. A second-round pick in 2015, Gregory has played in just 14 games in two seasons including just two last year because of injury and suspension.
Source: TMZ Sports
Apr 29 - 9:47 AM

The Buffalo News' Vic Carucci reports the Bills are "unlikely" to pick up Sammy Watkins' fifth-year option.

Reports of the Bills waffling on the decision have been circulating for a couple weeks, but it never seemed like a real choice considering Watkins' talent, how much Buffalo paid to get him, and their lack of options at receiver. Clearly, that assumption was incorrect. According to Carucci, the Bills "aren't comfortable" using the option while Watkins is still recovering from foot surgery. The deadline for a final decision is May 3. Buffalo added WR Zay Jones in the second round Friday night, but they need receiver help regardless of Watkins' health and contract situation.
Apr 29 - 9:16 AM

Jerry Jones said the Cowboys "have no intention at all" to trade CB Orlando Scandrick.

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported the Cowboys were shopping Scandrick for a third-round pick on Friday night. Dallas did add two corners on the second day of the draft -- Colorado's Awuzie Chidobe and Michigan's Jourdan Lewis -- but they still are not in a position to part with talent in the secondary. Scandrick was effective last season despite dealing with injuries to both hamstrings.
Apr 29 - 8:52 AM




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