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Jets released QB Brady Quinn.

The move clears a roster spot for David Garrard. Behind Matt Simms on the depth chart, Quinn had been a weekly inactive during his time in New York. One week shy of his 29th birthday, Quinn is about out of chances after bombing in Kansas City last season. Considering his career numbers, it's remarkable he's lasted as long as he has, but he'll reportedly work out for the Rams on Tuesday.
Mon, Oct 21, 2013 04:26:00 PM

Vikings GM Rick Spielman says he has "no interest" in trading Adrian Peterson.

If the Vikings are bluffing on their Peterson stance, it's as hard as hardball gets. "We can just end the Adrian Peterson stuff," Spielman said emphatically. "Our position has not changed. ... We have no interest in trading Adrian Peterson." It's a bit strange the Vikes are so adamant about keeping a 30-year-old running back due $12.75 million and coming off a season lost to suspension, but they must still really believe in his talent. What remains to be seen is how Peterson responds to the Vikings completely ignoring his request.
Apr 28 - 3:03 PM

NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports the Texans are "trying to trade" SS D.J. Swearinger.

Swearinger has made headlines as a big hitter with a penchant for dubious tactics, but wasn't an effective player in 2014. He graded out as a bottom-10 safety in Pro Football Focus' ratings after being similarly ineffective as a rookie. Swearinger is a poor tackler, but is due just $1.60 million over the final two years of his rookie contract. He could draw interest as a tone setter on the trade market.
Apr 28 - 1:20 PM

NFL suspended Dolphins DE Dion Jordan for the 2015 season for violating the league's substance-abuse policy.

Jordan provided a diluted sample last season. He will not appeal the suspension, his third after bans cost him six games in 2014. Already on the cusp of mega-bust status, Jordan is officially there. The No. 3 pick of the 2013 draft, Jordan has just three sacks across 26 career games as he's struggled to find a position. Per ESPN's Adam Schefter, Jordan was on the verge of being acquired by the Eagles — and college coach Chip Kelly — before earning his 2015 ban. Jordan may have just killed his best chance at becoming an effective NFLer. Jordan is still only 25, but his career will be on its last legs when he returns in 2016.
Apr 28 - 1:05 PM

Yahoo's Charles Robinson says not to be surprised if Missouri WR Dorial Green-Beckham goes to Houston at No. 16 or Cincy at No. 21.

Thanks to off-field woes, Green-Beckham has been removed from "a lot" of draft boards. But there's a good chance someone takes a gamble early because of potentially dominant talent. Green-Beckham (6'5/237) has Kelvin Benjamin size but runs faster (4.49) and scored 12 TDs in 14 games as a sophomore in 2013. The Texans have Cecil Shorts penciled in opposite DeAndre Hopkins and the Bengals have Marvin Jones/Mohamed Sanu across from A.J. Green.
Apr 28 - 10:35 AM

One AFC personnel man says the Jaguars like Alabama WR Amari Cooper "more than they are letting on."

There continues to be a lot of smoke around Cooper at No. 3. Although the Jags have Allen Robinson locked in at X, they've been desperately trying to surround Blake Bortles with as many weapons as possible. GM Dave Caldwell dumped a truckload of money on Julius Thomas and made an unsuccessful play for Randall Cobb. Cooper can play both slot and Z, much like Marqise Lee.
Apr 28 - 10:25 AM

At least two teams have approached the Jets about trading for RE Muhammad Wilkerson.

It's easy to connect the dots as Wilkerson is one of the game's best 3-4 ends and he's also staying away from offseason workouts as he enters the final year of his contract. GMs are only doing their job by seeing if he's available. But it would qualify as a major shock if the Jets dealt a foundation piece like Wilkerson, even if he's asking for Robert Quinn money ($41 million guaranteed).
Apr 28 - 10:18 AM

Missouri edge rusher Shane Ray was arrested Monday morning for possession of marijuana in Cooper County, Mo.

What a bonehead move by Ray, who was later released from county jail. His stock was already crashing some because of a foot/toe issue that may require surgery and force him to miss rookie minicamp. Early in the pre-draft process, Ray was talked about as a possible top-three pick. Now, he may find himself lasting until day two. Ray (6'3/249) has a high motor but lacks ideal athleticism.
Apr 27 - 7:47 PM

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Browns "covet" Oregon QB Marcus Mariota.

Rapoport reported earlier this evening that the Browns were exploring a trade into the top 10 and have talked with the Redskins about a move to No. 5 overall. That's unlikely to land Cleveland Mariota, who will likely be a top-two pick, and at the very least come off the board at No. 3 overall where the Jaguars would probably love to trade back. The Browns have ammo at their disposal.
Apr 27 - 7:26 PM

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Browns have had conversations with the Redskins about trading into the top five.

Cleveland sits at Nos. 12 and 19 in the first round, while Washington has the No. 5 overall pick. We suspect the Browns would be targeting a wide receiver, perhaps West Virginia's Kevin White. Per RapSheet, the Browns have "touched base with most teams" selecting in the top-ten picks. Cleveland is not one player away from contention, but this isn't an organization that has made many sensible moves since Jimmy Haslam took over as owner. Nothing can be ruled out.
Apr 27 - 5:22 PM

Appearing on Sirius NFL Radio, ESPN's Chris Mortensen said he believes there's an "80 percent" chance Adrian Peterson remains with the Vikings.

Mort did call Arizona an "interesting" potential landing spot. Based on a combination of recent national-media reports, it sounds like Peterson could end up with the Cardinals if Vikings GM Rick Spielman lowers his asking price to a mid to late second-round pick. If Spielman stays the course and demands a first-rounder in Peterson negotiations, A.D. will likely be staying in Minnesota.
Apr 27 - 2:45 PM

The Tennessean does not expect the Titans to select USC DT Leonard Williams at No. 2 overall.

Beat reporter Jim Wyatt says the Titans would pass on a player many consider the draft's top prospect because they have "bigger needs." That's certainly true, although drafting for need is what GMs who are trying to save their job do. Wyatt added that if the Titans don't trade out of the No. 2 hole and don't take Marcus Mariota, he thinks they'll take Alabama WR Amari Cooper.
Apr 27 - 11:33 AM




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