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Giants selected Western Michigan CB Sam Beal with a third-round pick in the 2018 supplemental draft.

The G-Men surrender a 2019 third-round pick to take Beal. At 6'1/185, Beal was forced to leave Western Michigan for academic reasons. He was projected as a top-five player at his position heading into next year's draft, so this could be a steal for the Giants if it pans out. Beal has yet to turn 22 years old and is fresh off a 4.47 forty and 37-inch vertical at his Pro Day. Beal should compete with the likes of William Gay for snaps behind Janoris Jenkins and possibly Eli Apple. The talent is there for Beal to make an immediate impact, though corner is a tough NFL transition. Beal is obviously already behind after not taking part in spring work.
Jul 11 - 1:34 PM

According to Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk on NBC Sports, the Packers have made no "meaningful progress" in extension talks with Aaron Rodgers.

Rodgers is relatively underpaid at his current $22 million-a-year salary, though he hasn't publicly demanded a new deal, and until that happens, the Packers will probably look to maintain the status quo. The two-time MVP is due a surprisingly reasonable $39.8 million over the final two years of his contract.
Jul 20 - 4:44 PM

Dolphins owner Stephen Ross addressed the team's National Anthem policy in a statement released Friday.

Yesterday the Dolphins caused a league-wide stir when it was revealed the team planned to discipline players for protesting the National Anthem. One potential punishment included a four-game suspension. Ross backtracked somewhat on Friday, claiming the policy was merely a "placeholder" and that the Dolphins had yet to take an official stance. "I'm pleased that the NFL and NFLPA are taking a pause to figure out a resolution on this issue," said Ross. The Dolphins owner went on to say he is "passionate about social justice" and vowed to "continue to use the unifying power of sports to improve race relations and drive social progress." You can read Ross' full statement in the link below.
Jul 20 - 4:09 PM

NFL suspended Jaguars DE Dante Fowler one game for violating the league's personal conduct policy.

He'll be out for Jacksonville's opening-week game against the Giants. The suspension stems from an arrest last summer when Fowler was accused of stomping on a man's glasses and throwing his groceries in a lake during an exchange at a parking lot in St. Petersburg. Fowler later pleaded no contest to simple battery and mischief charges and was sentenced to 75 hours of community service. The Jaguars declined his fifth-year team option earlier this offseason, meaning Fowler will hit free agency after 2018.
Jul 20 - 3:48 PM

Marlon Mack (shoulder) has been cleared for the start of training camp.

Mack sat out OTAs while recovering from shoulder surgery but should see his usual reps when training camp opens next Thursday. The 22-year-old is the favorite to lead Indy's backfield committee this season, though he'll face competition from rookies Nyheim Hines and Jordan Wilkins. Power back Robert Turbin will join the fold when he returns from a four-game PED suspension.
Jul 20 - 2:33 PM

Colts GM Chris Ballard said Andrew Luck (shoulder) will be "good to go" for the start of training camp.

Ballard confirmed Luck will practice with the starters when camp opens next Thursday. Luck will have scheduled off days throughout camp to preserve him for the regular season, but the quarterback will avoid the PUP list and appears to be fully healthy for the first time in nearly two years. Having Luck back at full strength should be a huge boost to a Colts offense that averaged the second-fewest passing yards in the league last year.
Jul 20 - 2:24 PM

NFL suspended Jets WR ArDarius Stewart two games for violating the league’s PEDs policy.

A 2017 third-rounder out of Alabama, Stewart caught a measly six balls for 82 scoreless yards as a rookie, adding seven rushing attempts for 27 yards. Buried on the depth chart in New York, Stewart was already facing tough odds of cracking the roster behind Robby Anderson, Jermaine Kearse, Quincy Enunwa, Terrelle Pryor, and fellow 2017 draft pick Chad Hansen. Stewart can return Week 3.
Jul 20 - 11:46 AM

Deshaun Watson (knee) expects to be "full go" for Texans training camp next week.

"I feel great," Watson said on NFL Network. "I’m getting ready for next week when we report to The Greenbrier; I’m going to be full-go." Long billed as "ahead of schedule," Watson was spotted without a brace in minicamp. The Texans are not going to take any risks with their franchise player, but it is looking like he will see preseason reps.
Jul 19 - 9:54 PM

In a joint Thursday statement, the NFL and NFLPA said they have come to a "standstill agreement" on the league's national anthem policy, and hope to "(find) a solution to the anthem issue through mutual, good faith commitments, outside of litigation."

"No new rules relating to the anthem will be issued or enforced for the next several weeks while these confidential discussions are ongoing," the statement said. The unilateral, team-centric policy the league announced in May has been put on ice. After the disastrous disclosure of the Dolphins' extremely punitive anthem policy on Thursday, the league is in damage control mode. The NFLPA is going along as both sides try to somehow put the issue in the rear-view mirror.
Jul 19 - 9:49 PM

Jets TEs coach Jimmie Johnson says second-year TE Jordan Leggett is over the knee issue that cost him his entire rookie season.

"He doesn’t worry about his knee," Johnson said. "He has those issues behind him now. So now, we can move forward and get back to playing football." Although fourth-rounder Chris Herndon is in the fold, Herndon is coming off a knee injury of his own. Johnson's comments have also made it sound like the Jets will be counting on Herndon more as a blocker in the early going. Leggett is in the lead when it comes to soaking up Austin Seferian-Jenkins' lost targets.
Jul 19 - 5:48 PM

Jets WRs coach Karl Dorrell expects Robby Anderson to "explode and become a more complete player" this season.

"There are some different roles on our team, doing secondary jobs to help other people out and I think that is something he will learn and grow with," Dorrell said. "He’ll be better at that now that he knows the scope of it. I think Robby is really going to explode and become a more complete player because of it." 59 yards shy of 1,000 last season, Anderson escaped a host of off-the-field issues with minimal punishment from the law, but he could still be facing a short league-mandated suspension.
Jul 19 - 5:43 PM

In their new "Proper Anthem Conduct" policy, the Dolphins reserve the right to suspend players who protest on the field up to four games.

Dolphins Kenny Stills and Jordan Phillips both knelt during the national anthem last season. Per the team's new policy — which has not been released publicly — the Dolphins "could" fine or suspend any player who protests. "Could" leaves a lot of wiggle room, of course. The league and its teams seem to be doing whatever it takes to keep this story in the news. It is a baffling approach.
Jul 19 - 5:12 PM




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