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Cardinals signed QB Sam Bradford, formerly of the Vikings, to a one-year, $20 million contract.

Another quarterback comes off the board. The deal includes $15 million guaranteed and a $20 million option for 2019. Bradford was probably the best Arizona could have hoped for after seeing Kirk Cousins sign with Minnesota and Case Keenum land in Denver. The former first overall pick turned in a dominant Week 1 performance against New Orleans last year but spent the rest of the season battling injuries, as he's been known to do. The Cardinals are firmly in rebuilding mode and don't have a ton to work with on offense outside of Larry Fitzgerald and David Johnson. They will be candidates to add another signal caller early in next month's draft.
Mar 13 - 2:26 PM

Vikings coach Mike Zimmer says there's a "possibility" Dalvin Cook (hamstring) plays Thursday against the Rams.

Cook is looking on the wrong side of questionable after he initially insisted he would be active. Even if Cook does play, it would be risky to assume a normal workload. It's possible Cook ends up a game-time decision, but the Vikings don't really play injury games. We should have a good idea by the time Wednesday's injury report is released.
Sep 25 - 2:00 PM

TitansInsider.com's Terry McCormick reports free agent Matt Moore has turned down a chance to work out for the Titans.

Per McCormick, Moore has also been contacted by the 49ers. His interest level there is unclear. It's unusual for a non-retired free agent to turn down a workout. Perhaps Moore didn't like his odds of being signed or the potential money. Moore would be an upgrade on Blaine Gabbert behind Marcus Mariota.
Sep 25 - 1:54 PM

Vikings DE Everson Griffen (personal) has been officially ruled out for Week 4.

Griffen is dealing with mental health issues. "It’s about him getting better," coach Mike Zimmer said. "In the five years I’ve been here, I’ve always loved Everson." Griffen appears poised to miss multiple games. It's possible his season is in doubt. His loss for any amount of time is huge for the Vikings, but this obviously transcends football.
Sep 25 - 1:51 PM

The New York Daily News reports Jets coach Todd Bowles will begin calling plays on defense in "two-minute/hurry-up situations."

DC Kacy Rodgers had previously called all the plays. This threatens to make things more chaotic for the Jets' defense. Perhaps it's more of a public relations move than anything else. If Rodgers is "in the zone," it's hard to see Bowles arbitrarily stepping in. It's also possible this a precursor to Bowles calling all plays on the defensive side of the ball.
Sep 25 - 1:49 PM

NFL Network's Judy Battista reports several members of the Competition Committee are "uncomfortable with the roughing the passer calls" early in the season.

Battista references the Clay Mathews call from the Vikings game as a specific example, but there have been several instances of questionable at best roughing calls already this season. The rule is also under the microscope after Dolphins DE William Hayes suffered a torn ACL attempting to avoid a roughing call in Week 3. The Committee has a call scheduled for next week, but Battista reports it is unclear if anything will change this season.
Sep 25 - 11:41 AM

Jerry Jones said Jason Garrett will not take over play-calling duties from OC Scott Linehan.

Dallas' offense has been putrid since the halfway point of last season, and they have shown no signs of improvement so far this year. Even so, Jones said "there have not been any discussions or plans" to make a change at play caller. It looks like Garrett will have to use the power of the clap to get things turned around.
Sep 25 - 10:19 AM

NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reports Vikings DE Everson Griffen is undergoing an evaluation at a local hospital.

Pelissero reports Griffen has been "battling a serious, mental health-related issue for weeks." That issue apparently manifested itself when Griffen allegedly threatened to shoot someone at a Minneapolis hotel on Saturday, and there was reportedly another incident later that afternoon. The Vikings released a statement on Monday saying they "are currently focused on Everson's well-being and providing the appropriate support for him and his family."
Sep 25 - 9:42 AM

The Tampa Bay Times' Rick Stroud wrote it "seems unlikely" Jameis Winston starts this week against the Bears.

Winston is eligible to return from his three-game suspension, but it does not appear as if a starting job is waiting for him following Ryan Fitzpatrick's hot start. "Jameis is a member of our team and anxious to get him back," coach Dirk Koetter said after the game on Monday night. "And I know Jameis, whatever role he ends up in, I know Jameis will embrace that role and give it everything he's got." The last line tells the story, and that tale is one in which Fitzpatrick remains the starter for at least another week. It would be a surprise if that is not confirmed on Tuesday.
Sep 25 - 9:35 AM

Greg Olsen (foot) said he is "way ahead of the curve" in his recovery.

Olsen missed nine games after suffering a foot injury last season. He does not know when he will be back this time around, but he expects it to be much sooner than that. "Last year at two weeks I was laying in my bed in a cast. I couldn't do anything," Olsen said. "What that time frame is, we're optimistic. Hopefully, it's sooner rather than later." The Panthers are on bye this week before facing the Giants in Week 5.
Source: ESPN
Sep 25 - 9:30 AM

James Conner rushed 15 times for 61 yards and added five catches for 34 yards in the Steelers' Week 3 win over the Bucs.

The Steelers had a chance to establish Conner even further with a 30-10 lead heading into the third quarter, but were ultimately forced to try and match the Bucs' second-half onslaught and stick to passing against Tampa Bay's funnel defense. Conner was still involved out of the backfield, hauling in 5-of-6 targets on the day. With no real threat behind him, Conner remains a usage-based RB1 no matter the matchup.
Sep 25 - 12:51 AM

JuJu Smith-Schuster caught 9-of-11 targets for 116 yards in the Steelers' Week 3 win over the Buccaneers.

It was just another 100-plus yard evening for Smith-Schuster, who's up to 27-356-1 on 38 targets this season. He also helped notched the game on the Steelers' final drive, separating from his defender and getting loose over the middle to bring down Ben Roethlisberger's across-the-body heave and secure Pittsburgh's 30-27 win. JuJu has now scored a touchdown and/or eclipsed the 100-yard mark in seven consecutive games. He's an every-week matchup-proof WR2.
Sep 25 - 12:39 AM




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