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Jets signed WR Greg Salas.

The Jets plucked the former Patriot and Ram off the Eagles' practice squad. He's the second receiver the Jets signed on Tuesday, suggesting Clyde Gates (shoulder) could miss Week 7, and that Santonio Holmes (hamstring) will be sidelined at least one more game. Salas was released at final cuts even after going 7/107/1 in the preseason. He'll bring up the rear of the Jets' receiver corps.
Tue, Oct 15, 2013 01:52:00 PM

The Athletic's Vic Tafur reports that "as of Wednesday" Martavis Bryant had not been notified of a pending suspension.

Tafur also reports that Bryant "did not fail a drug test or miss a test for that matter." The report that the Raiders were fearing a suspension was from extremely reliable beat writer Michael Gehlken. Clearly something is afoot, but no one knows what. Tafur does report he caught wind of a similar report "a couple of months ago" that ended up getting killed. There was apparently a "complication" with one of Bryant's tests that was "cleared up when Bryant visited the NFL offices." It does not appear that and this are related, however. As always with Bryant, sit tight.
Jun 21 - 1:28 PM

Broncos signed first-round OLB Bradley Chubb to a four-year contract.

As with all first-round picks, the deal includes a fifth-year option. With Shane Ray once again dealing with a wrist injury, the Broncos need Chubb to immediately contribute opposite Von Miller. The rookie has the skill set to do just that.
Jun 21 - 12:21 PM

Robby Anderson pled no contest to a reckless driving charge.

All other charges from Anderson's January incident had been dropped, but he was still facing a misdemeanor charge. He was given six months of non-reporting probation. This wraps up all of Anderson's legal issues, but he could still face discipline from the league.
Jun 21 - 11:20 AM

ESPN's Brady Henderson writes "there has been nothing to indicate" the Seahawks will give Earl Thomas an extension this summer.

Thomas skipped mandatory minicamp and threatened to continue the holdout into training camp if the Seahawks do not address his contract, but Henderson reports the two sides are not currently negotiating. A trade could end up being the best option for both Thomas and the Seahawks, but it is unclear if a deal is out there. Seemingly Thomas' preferred destination, the Cowboys had legitimate interest before the draft.
Source: ESPN
Jun 21 - 9:55 AM

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said Brandon Marshall (toe, ankle, hamstring) is expected to be ready for camp.

Marshall underwent toe and ankle surgeries after landing on injured reserve last season, and he sat out minicamp with a hamstring injury. "I'm not where I want to be, not even close," Marshall said of his health, "but my goal is to be in midseason form come camp." Considering his age (34), it is not a given Marshall is able to get or stay healthy, and even if he does, he has not been a good player the last couple seasons. Owed just $90,000 guaranteed, he is not a lock for the final roster.
Source: ESPN
Jun 21 - 9:29 AM

ESPN Tallahassee radio host Jeff Cameron reports Jameis Winston is "prepared for the NFL to levy a suspension" in its investigation of his March 2016 incident with an Uber driver.

Cameron's comments are via JoeBucsFan.com. Per Cameron, the "thought from the Winston camp" is that his suspension will be no longer than three games, and likely just one. Winston is alleged to have groped an Uber driver, but he was never charged with a crime. Regardless of what the law decides, the NFL has been taking matters into its own hands since the Ray Rice debacle. Ezekiel Elliott was never charged with a crime before his six-game ban. Clarity should come soon, but the NFL has a way of dragging these situations out.
Jun 20 - 9:17 PM

The Sacramento Bee's Matt Barrows believes 2016 first-round OG Josh Garnett is the "most prominent player in danger of being cut" by the 49ers.

He was the 28th overall pick in the 2016 draft and sat out all of last year following a knee scope and conditioning issues. The new regime doesn't seem to be a huge fan of Garnett, who was ex-coach Chip Kelly's final first-round selection in San Fran. Garnett is competing with veteran Mike Person and fellow former first-round bust Jonathan Cooper for spots on the Niners' offensive line.
Jun 20 - 11:30 AM

ESPN Bills reporter Mike Rodak believes 2016 first-round DE Shaq Lawson is "competing for a rotational role, if not for his 53-man roster spot entirely" this summer.

Rodak thinks the team could try and trade Lawson ahead of Week 1, especially once free agent pickup Trent Murphy (knee) is back to 100 percent opposite Jerry Hughes. Buffalo also has Eddie Yarbrough, Terrence Fede, and Owa Odighizuwa as rotational pieces. Lawson, the No. 19 overall pick by ex-coach Rex Ryan, has just six sacks across 21 career appearances.
Source: ESPN.com
Jun 20 - 10:01 AM

Cowboys reporter Marcus Mosher reports Allen Hurns was the team's "clear-cut" No. 1 receiver throughout spring practices.

As expected. Hurns inked a two-year, $12 million pact after his release from Jacksonville, and the Cowboys then released Dez Bryant while failing to re-sign Brice Butler. It leaves Hurns as the default top wideout, followed by Cole Beasley, Terrance Williams, and rookie Michael Gallup in whichever order. In an offense that figures to lean on Ezekiel Elliott as much as Elliott's body will allow, maybe only one of these receivers will provide steady fantasy value.
Jun 20 - 9:43 AM

Cowboys reporter Marcus Mosher reports second-year UDFA Blake Jarwin worked as Dallas' No. 1 tight end during OTAs and minicamp.

According to Mosher, Rico Gathers "barely gets any snaps in practice." Gathers hasn't played a single snap since being drafted in 2016 but flashed big-time potential last preseason only for the Cowboys to ask him to bulk up and improve his blocking this year. It sounds like Jarwin is the preferred pass-catching option, with Gathers competing for snaps as an in-line blocker. Jarwin showed some Jacob Tamme-esque traits as a walk-on at Oklahoma State.
Jun 20 - 9:39 AM

The Houston Chronicle reports the Texans view fourth-round Keke Coutee as an "upgrade" on Braxton Miller in the slot.

"He's done everything we've asked him to do," WRs coach John Perry said. "If he continues to do that, I can see him moving forward." Coutee has 4.43 speed but checks in at just 5-foot-10, 180 pounds. If he doesn't establish himself in the slot, he should serve as a situational deep threat. Miller is eminently beatable in a competition, however.
Jun 19 - 7:40 PM




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