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Ravens signed sixth-round pick Keenan Reynolds to a four-year contract.

A triple-option quarterback at Navy, Reynolds has been working at receiver during OTAs. The Ravens want him to open this season as their primary returner.
May 27 - 7:31 PM

The New York Post reports the Jets have a standing three-year offer for free agent Ryan Fitzpatrick.

The deal has a $12 million salary in the first year. The Jets offer has "been on the table for four months." It sounds like it's going to take a higher base or more money on the back end to get something done. Despite a lack of movement between the sides, the Jets remain likely to get Fitzpatrick signed before training camp.
May 27 - 6:12 PM

Bears signed first-round OLB Leonard Floyd to a four-year contract.

The deal includes a fifth-year option. Chicago traded a fourth-round pick to move up two spots for Floyd, but he could be limited to a sub-package role early in his career. Floyd needs to add strength if he's going to play on run downs.
May 27 - 6:00 PM

Doug Baldwin expects to open extension talks in the coming weeks.

Baldwin met with GM John Schneider before the draft, but there hasn't been any progress since. Coming off his breakout 14-touchdown 2015, he's likely to be seeking at least Mohamed Sanu money ($6M annually). Baldwin lacks the traits of a No. 1 wideout, but has been Seattle's leading receiver two of the last three years.
May 27 - 5:44 PM

Blake Bortles said he and Julius Thomas met "multiple times" to watch film and develop chemistry this offseason.

Bortles said the duo met to "talk about what he wanted from me and what I wanted from him and how we can quickly get on the same page to grow together." Thomas looked to be developing chemistry with Bortles in last year's offseason program, but a broken hand in the first preseason game cost him most of training camp and the first four games of the year. Thomas struggled to integrate himself into the offense once returning, and it seems like he and Bortles want to prevent that from happening again. Even with the passing offense as a whole set to regress, Thomas could see a statistical bump this season.
Source: ESPN
May 27 - 4:00 PM

Bears C Hroniss Grasu gained 13 pounds this offseason.

He is up to 310 pounds after weighing in at 297 most of last season. The extra weight could help, but Grasu was well below average in eight rookie starts. He will face competition from both Ted Larsen and Manny Ramirez in training camp.
May 27 - 2:55 PM

Chargers FB and Navy graduate Chris Swain will be eligible to play football in 2016.

Swain is graduating from the U.S. Naval Academy as a commissioned officer this week, but he has filed paperwork to begin his service as a reserve. A Navy official said that paperwork is in the final stages of authorization. Once authorized, Swain will be cleared to play football this season. The Chargers also drafted FB Derek Watt, suggesting they plan to employ more two-back looks moving forward.
May 27 - 2:49 PM

Bills WRs coach Sanjay Lal said he is "intrigued" by Leonard Hankerson.

"He has sneaky speed and is a 4.4 guy," Lal said. "He’s one of our best route runners. He’s so smooth you enjoy watching him run routes." Hankerson was not targeted in one game with Buffalo last season, but the Bills brought him back on a one-year deal in March. With little talent ahead of him, Hankerson could win the No. 3 receiver job in camp.
May 27 - 2:16 PM

Bills WRs coach Sanjay Lal said the team is counting on Greg Salas to "take another step."

Counting on a journeyman entering his age-28 season to "take another step" feels like a fool's errand, but that did not stop Lal from talking up Salas. "He is a smart, savvy, excellent route runner," said Lal. "So we’re really counting on him to come through and take another step and really be the guy that when all else fails Greg is going to be able to get open." Unless Buffalo adds a veteran before training camp, Salas seems like the favorite for the No. 3 job.
May 27 - 2:09 PM

Chris Johnson believes he and David Johnson can form the "best tandem" in the league.

"We’ll be great together," David agreed. "C.J. continues to help me out in my running, continues to teach some of the tips of the trade of how to run the ball and make it easier for me and the linemen blocking." A true three-down threat, David should dominate touches, but the elder Johnson will have a role. With every top offensive playmaker back in the fold, Arizona looks poised for another big year.
May 27 - 1:54 PM

Breshed Perriman (PCL) insists he feels "much stronger" entering this season after a string of events he described as "rough" and "still rough from time to time" happened to him last year.

Perriman admits he spent 2015 "in a dark hole" in which he "shut everyone out." He missed the entire season with a PCL tear and subsequent setbacks, ultimately underwent surgery, lost good friend CB Tray Walker, and may now be in danger of losing his father Brett, who collapsed and is on life support. "I’ve been through a lot this offseason, but it’s just making me stronger again and just learning to keep faith and pray a lot more," Perriman said. "It’s been rough. It still is rough from time to time, but I’m steady getting through it, pushing through it and keeping faith."
May 27 - 1:48 PM

Jimmy Garoppolo and Tom Brady are splitting first-team snaps at OTAs.

Brady was facing the possibility of a four-game suspension last season as well, but the Patriots still gave him all of the first-team work in the offseason program. Their decision to give Garoppolo more snaps this year hints at a pessimistic view of Brady's chances to overturn his ban. Garoppolo will be an interesting streamer and DFS option while (if) Brady is suspended.
May 27 - 1:47 PM
Rex Ryan - DT - Bills

In an interview with MMQB's Jenny Vrentas, Bills coach Rex Ryan said he is not sure if the front office has "100 percent" bought into his plans.

"I don’t know all the business people yet; they should be 'all in,' but I don’t know," Ryan said. "There’s times when the doubt part, that can be driven through the media. But I’m going to surround myself with the very best, and I’m going to win." Ryan quickly reverted to his patented brand of bravado, but these comments suggest there are naysayers behind the scenes. Owner Terry Pegula has reportedly told both Ryan and GM Doug Whaley their jobs depend on a playoff berth this season.
Source: MMQB
May 27 - 1:40 PM

Browns signed fourth-round S Derrick Kindred to a four-year contract.

Kindred figures to have a chance to start after the Browns let FS Tashaun Gipson walk in free agency and released SS Donte Whitner. He'll be in the mix with Rahim Moore, Ibraheim Campbell, and Jordan Poyer for the two spots.
May 27 - 11:53 AM

Redskins ILB Perry Riley (foot) is still in a walking boot.

Riley injured his foot late last season and was initially slapped with a 3-6 week timetable after requiring surgery to put a pin in his fifth metatarsal. Six months later, the foot is still giving him pain and discomfort. Riley expects to be ready for camp, but is due for a second opinion on his foot soon.
May 27 - 10:37 AM



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