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Jordan Reed caught nine passes for 134 yards with one touchdown in Sunday's 45-41 Week 7 win over the Bears.

Reed is for real, and he's spectacular. The third-round rookie out of Florida with Aaron Hernandez-esque skills on the field was dominant from the opening snap, lining up often as a slot receiver and catching his touchdown off a goal-line fade a la Jimmy Graham. Reed has put a total stranglehold on the Redskins every-down tight end job, as Fred Davis was a healthy scratch in this one. Over the last three weeks, Reed is averaging 6.0 catches for 80.6 yards on 7.0 targets. Possessing the kind of athletic skills we love in our fantasy tight ends, Reed will be a TE1 against the Broncos in Week 8.
Sun, Oct 20, 2013 04:32:00 PM

The Cleveland Plain Dealer expects the Browns to select Oklahoma QB Baker Mayfield at No. 1 overall on Thursday.

Joining the growing chorus expecting Mayfield to be the first player off the board, reporter Mary Kay Cabot says she believes it's "not a smokescreen." Cabot reported Wednesday that the Browns were down to Mayfield and Wyoming's Josh Allen. They've apparently made up their mind, or more likely, finally leaked the name they decided on long ago. We will find out in roughly five hours.
Apr 26 - 2:52 PM

Jaguars owner Shad Khan has made an offer to purchase London's Wembley Stadium.

Wembley, England's national stadium and a global icon, is owned by England's Football Association. Khan's offer is reportedly worth $700 million. In a statement, Khan claims the deal would be about "(strengthening) our investment in London, which as everyone knows is crucial to the Jaguars’ continued sustainability in Jacksonville." It doesn't pass the smell test that a billionaire would shell out that much money for a stadium on another continent to play the one game per season the Jags currently host in London, but it's still quite early in the process.
Source: jaguars.com
Apr 26 - 1:41 PM

ESPN's Dan Graziano reports the Steelers have been "quietly listening to offers" for Martavis Bryant.

Bryant tried to force a trade at the deadline last season, but the Steelers had no interest in moving him. With Bryant entering the final year of his deal, perhaps Pittsburgh would be more willing to trade him now, but he is still a dangerous weapon for a team with real Super Bowl aspirations. They probably need to be blown away to move him during the draft.
Source: ESPN
Apr 26 - 12:51 PM

ESPN's Dan Graziano reports trade talks between the Cowboys and Seahawks for Earl Thomas "centered around" the No. 50 overall pick.

Graziano's reporting suggests the Seahawks are happy with the compensation, but Dallas will not pull the trigger unless they know they can sign Thomas to an extension. Considering Thomas told Jason Garrett to "come get me" after a game in December, it seems like he is amenable to a long-term deal with Dallas. It would not be surprising to see the All-Pro safety moved during the draft.
Source: ESPN
Apr 26 - 12:44 PM

NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reports the Dolphins have assured Ryan Tannehill (knee) he will start in 2018 even if they draft a quarterback in the first round.

Pelissero reports the Dolphins would consider moving up if a quarterback begins to slip, but the "smart money says they stand pat at 11 [and] take the best available defensive player." Miami was strongly linked with Oklahoma QB Baker Mayfield early in the draft process, but it looks like he will come off the board well before their pick, perhaps even No. 1 overall. Tannehill was having his best season as a pro before going down with a knee injury late in 2016, and that same knee caused him to miss all of 2017. With uncertainty about Tannehill's health and ability to be a top-flight quarterback, it makes sense for the Dolphins to grab one of the premier quarterbacks if they can.
Apr 26 - 12:12 PM

Panthers signed Greg Olsen to a two-year, $17.1 million extension through 2020.

The deal reportedly can be worth $20.1 million with incentives. Olsen was scheduled to be a free agent after this year and was even linked with some TV jobs, but now he is under contract through his age-35 season. Olsen played just seven games last year because of a foot injury and was never the same after he returned. He says he is completely healed now, however, and should remain one of the top options in Carolina's passing attack.
Apr 26 - 11:10 AM

The Athletic's Dan Duggan reports Paul Perkins' pectoral injury required surgery.

Perkins suffered the injury working out on his own before the offseason program. He was spotted with his left arm in a sling at minicamp. Surgery suggests he suffered a tear, meaning he could be sidelined months. Especially with the Giants expected to draft a running back early, perhaps even with the No. 2 overall pick, Perkins is looking unlikely to earn a meaningful role this season.
Apr 26 - 10:42 AM

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Saints "have made plenty of calls about making a big leap up from pick No. 27."

Presumably, New Orleans would only make the move if a quarterback they covet falls. They were linked heavily to Oklahoma's Baker Mayfield early in the process, but he may end up being the No. 1 overall pick and looks certain to come off the board in the top-ten. UCLA's Josh Rosen could end up slipping, however, and would be a good fit in New Orleans. 39-year-old Drew Brees is under contract through 2019.
Apr 26 - 10:33 AM

Odell Beckham (ankle) participated in individual drills on Thursday.

Still recovering from an ankle injury, Beckham is not practicing this week, but participating in individual drills suggests he is close to full health. The Giants will likely take it slow with their star receiver, but it looks like he will be healthy enough to participate in OTAs.
Apr 26 - 10:12 AM

Bucs re-signed Charles Sims to a one-year contract.

Sims received nary a whisper of interest on the open market, so he will return to Tampa on what is likely a minimum, prove-it deal. A third-round pick in 2014, Sims had a promising sophomore season, but he seems to have topped out as a complementary option. Re-signing Sims should not stop the Bucs from taking a running back early in the draft.
Apr 26 - 9:38 AM

TMZ reports Raiders CB Gareon Conley is being sued by the woman who accused him of sexual assault last year.

The woman accused Conley of raping her at a hotel in Ohio last April. Conley was never arrested or charged with a crime and adamantly denies he did anything wrong. The woman claims she "sustained serious physical, psychological, emotional and mental injuries" as a result of the alleged incident.
Source: TMZ Sports
Apr 26 - 8:34 AM




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