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Jets agreed to terms with QB Teddy Bridgewater, formerly of the Vikings, on a one-year contract.

The Jets also re-signed Josh McCown to a one-year, $10 million deal on Tuesday. McCown has reportedly been informed he'll be the Jets' 2018 starter, but McCown is 38 and is already a known commodity. The Jets will again continue their rebuild this year, so seeing what Bridgewater has after essentially two years away with a knee injury makes more sense. The Jets hold the No. 6 overall pick in April's draft. Bringing back McCown and adding Bridgewater on one-year pacts shouldn't keep them from using that pick on a passer if they view him as a franchise quarterback. Bryce Petty and Christian Hackenberg are likely both goners.
Mar 13 - 8:16 PM

Rams coach Sean McVay said Aqib Talib (ankle) will undergo surgery on Thursday.

Talib's timetable is to be determined, as doctors will examine the extent of the ankle injury once inside surgery. The Rams are hopeful that Talib will return in four weeks but that is just an educated guess at the moment. With Talib and possibly Marcus Peters (calf) sidelined, the Rams will lean on Sam Shields, Nickell Robey-Coleman, and Troy Hill. McVay called Peters will be a game-time decision for Thursday's game against the Vikings.
Sep 25 - 6:43 PM

The Rams have yet to formally rule CB Marcus Peters (calf) out for Week 4.

NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reported Monday that Peters would miss "2-4 weeks," but that's not looking likely. We ultimately doubt Peters suits up against the Vikings, but the fact that the Rams are not ruling it out on a short week speaks to an injury that was not as serious as it looked. With Aqib Talib (ankle) out indefinitely, the Rams desperately need Peters back as soon as possible.
Sep 25 - 5:55 PM

Dalvin Cook (hamstring) participated in the portion of Vikings practice open to the media on Tuesday.

Cook's own comments have painted a bleak picture for his Thursday availability, but this at least gives him a shot at suiting up against the Rams. It's possible Cook is a game-time decision. Were that to happen and Cook plays, he would be a risky RB2.
Sep 25 - 5:28 PM

Bucs placed SS Chris Conte on injured reserve with a knee injury.

Conte first picked up the injury in Week 2. He apparently aggravated it in Monday night's loss to the Steelers. Conte got his soul owned by a Vance McDonald stiff arm on a long touchdown. It's rather remarkable Lovie Smith's favorite player was still holding down a starting job. The Bucs have close to zero depth in the secondary. Fourth-rounder Jordan Whitehead is the next man up.
Sep 25 - 4:56 PM

Saints placed CB Patrick Robinson on injured reserve with a broken ankle.

Yikes. Robinson signed a four-year, $20 million deal to be the Saints' slot corner in March. He had been playing decent snaps for the Saints' suddenly awful cornerback corps, grading out of the top player in the group on Pro Football Focus. Robinson will be a candidate to return after eight weeks, but it's possible he will need more time to get healthy. 2015 third-round bust P.J. Williams is the next man up.
Sep 25 - 4:42 PM

Panthers acquired OT Marshall Newhouse from the Bills for a conditional 2021 pick.

Bills coach Sean McDermott continues to do business with his old team. Although he's played only 14 snaps this season, Newhouse has managed to struggle. His acquisition speaks to the Panthers' depth and injury issues up front.
Sep 25 - 4:11 PM

Titans signed QB Austin Davis.

The ex-Seahawks backup will serve as a (bad) insurance policy in case Blaine Gabbert (concussion) cannot go behind Marcus Mariota (elbow) against the Eagles.
Sep 25 - 3:18 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




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