Rams CB Cortland Finnegan (thigh) missed his third consecutive practice Friday, and officially questionable for Week 16.
Football Outsiders ranked Cortland Finnegan as the NFL's stingiest cornerback in coverage last season in terms of yards-per-attempt allowed.
Rotoworld's Gregg Rosenthal reports via a league source that Cortland Finnegan can max out his five-year contract at $51.25 million. Finnegan makes $24 million in the first two years of the deal.
Rams agreed to terms with CB Cortland Finnegan on a five-year, $50 million contract, including $26.5 million in guarantees.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that the Rams will host Cortland Finnegan for a free agent visit on Friday.
Despite Monday's cap hit from the league office, ESPN's John Clayton expects the Redskins to remain in aggressive in pursuit of free agents Cortland Finnegan, Vincent Jackson and Eddie Royal.
According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, the Rams' five veteran cuts on Monday cleared $18.8 million in salary cap room.
Fox Sports Southwest's Matt Mosley "hears" Cortland Finnegan has grabbed the cornerback "pole position" from Brandon Carr on the Cowboys' free agent wish list.
The Tampa Bay Times reports free agent CB Cortland Finnegan is "considering taking a couple of visits" before signing with a new team.
According to Jason Cole of Yahoo! Sports, Cortland Finnegan has been trying to recruit Vincent Jackson as a package deal in free agency, most likely to the Buccaneers.
The Titans will not offer free agent Cortland Finnegan a contract before the start of free agency.
NBC Sports' Gregg Rosenthal reports that the Vikings, Bears, Bucs, and Cowboys are all expected to be in the mix for free agent Cortland Finnegan.
After the Titans opted to franchise tag free agent FS Michael Griffin on Monday, CB Cortland Finnegan is expected to hit the market.
The Nashville Tennessean reports the Titans have had no recent negotiations with free agent Cortland Finnegan, and that he is expected to hit the open market.