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ESPN Tallahassee radio host Jeff Cameron reports Jameis Winston is "prepared for the NFL to levy a suspension" in its investigation of his March 2016 incident with an Uber driver.

Cameron's comments are via JoeBucsFan.com. Per Cameron, the "thought from the Winston camp" is that his suspension will be no longer than three games, and likely just one. Winston is alleged to have groped an Uber driver, but he was never charged with a crime. Regardless of what the law decides, the NFL has been taking matters into its own hands since the Ray Rice debacle. Ezekiel Elliott was never charged with a crime before his six-game ban. Clarity should come soon, but the NFL has a way of dragging these situations out.
Jun 20 - 9:17 PM

ESPN's Adam Teicher expects the Chiefs to move on from OLB Frank Zombo.

With Tanoh Kpassagnon and second-rounder Breeland Speaks the Chiefs' top EDGE backups, Zombo isn't needed behind Justin Houston and Dee Ford. It should be an easy decision for the Chiefs to cut Zombo. Kansas City can save $1.2 million from Zombo's release.
Source: ESPN
Jun 20 - 7:10 PM

Vikings waived/injured DE Hercules Mata'afa.

He'll revert to IR. An undrafted free agent, Mata'afa was having a strong offseason before ACL surgery. He should compete for a 2018 roster spot.
Jun 20 - 6:23 PM

The Buffalo News considers LB Lorenzo Alexander on the roster bubble.

35-year-old Alexander managed three sacks last season after his breakout 2016. With Tremaine Edmunds and Matt Milano locked into starting roles, he may be limited to special teams if he makes the team. Releasing Alexander would save $1.75 million in cap space.
Jun 20 - 6:01 PM

Seahawks signed third round DE Rasheem Green to a four-year contract.

Green was miscast as a defensive tackle at USC. He'll play most his snaps at five-technique in Seattle and should be an immediate part of the defensive line rotation. With Green under contract, the Seahawks have signed their entire draft class.
Jun 20 - 5:51 PM

Texans claimed OT Roderick Johnson off waivers from the Browns.

It's a good landing spot for Johnson, with only Julie'n Davenport, Seantrel Hendersonn and rookie Martinas Rankin ahead of him on Houston's tackle depth chart. Johnson is coming off a lost rookie year but there's a decent chance he makes the Texans' 53-man roster.
Jun 20 - 5:04 PM

Giants promoted assistant GM Kevin Abrams to vice president of football operations.

Abrams interviewed for the Giants' general manager job but was beat out by Dave Gettleman. The new title gives him a larger role in personnel decisions and day-to-day operations. Abrams could get some outside interest from teams next offseason.
Source: giants.com
Jun 20 - 4:39 PM

Virginia Tech CB Adonis Alexander ran the 40-yard dash in 4.60 seconds at his Pro Day.

Alexander measured smaller than his college profile at 6-foot-2, 195 pounds. He also posted a 35.5-inch vertical and nine bench-press reps. Hyped as a Day 2 pick, Alexander is shaping as a late-round flyer. Alexander's middling Pro Day should solidify Western Michigan CB Sam Beal as this year's top supplemental prospect.
Jun 20 - 4:20 PM

Free agent WR Eric Decker "would love" to play for the Patriots.

Decker is 31 years old and has been greeted with a cold market after a bad 2017 in Tennessee. He dropped too many passes but also played in an unimaginative offense. Decker ended the year strong with a good playoffs and was drafted in Denver by now-Patriots OC Josh McDaniels. Unfortunately for Decker, the Pats already have plenty of slot-capable wideouts on hand.
Jun 20 - 1:05 PM

The Sacramento Bee's Matt Barrows believes 2016 first-round OG Josh Garnett is the "most prominent player in danger of being cut" by the 49ers.

He was the 28th overall pick in the 2016 draft and sat out all of last year following a knee scope and conditioning issues. The new regime doesn't seem to be a huge fan of Garnett, who was ex-coach Chip Kelly's final first-round selection in San Fran. Garnett is competing with veteran Mike Person and fellow former first-round bust Jonathan Cooper for spots on the Niners' offensive line.
Jun 20 - 11:30 AM

The Charlotte Observer's Jourdan Rodrigue reports there is a "monster gap" between the Panthers and contract-year RT Daryl Williams in extension talks.

It would reportedly be "shocking" if the two sides agreed to a deal before the start of training camp. An ideal deadline would be Week 1. There's still plenty of time. Williams, 26 in August, has developed into one of the league's top right tackles, and Carolina has done a tremendous job of drafting and developing linemen. Williams is likely looking for double-digits in annual average.
Jun 20 - 11:03 AM

ESPN Bills reporter Mike Rodak believes 2016 first-round DE Shaq Lawson is "competing for a rotational role, if not for his 53-man roster spot entirely" this summer.

Rodak thinks the team could try and trade Lawson ahead of Week 1, especially once free agent pickup Trent Murphy (knee) is back to 100 percent opposite Jerry Hughes. Buffalo also has Eddie Yarbrough, Terrence Fede, and Owa Odighizuwa as rotational pieces. Lawson, the No. 19 overall pick by ex-coach Rex Ryan, has just six sacks across 21 career appearances.
Source: ESPN.com
Jun 20 - 10:01 AM

The Broncos moved OT Menelik Watson to guard during spring practices.

Watson is simply trying to hold onto his roster spot, as he's no longer the team's preferred option at right tackle after the Broncos traded for Jared Veldheer. GM John Elway gave injury-prone Watson $5.5 million guaranteed last year only for him to miss nine games. Watson is competing with former Dolphins and Bills busts Billy Turner and Cyrus Kouandjio for a job on the offensive line.
Source: ESPN.com
Jun 20 - 9:56 AM

Cowboys reporter Marcus Mosher reports Allen Hurns was the team's "clear-cut" No. 1 receiver throughout spring practices.

As expected. Hurns inked a two-year, $12 million pact after his release from Jacksonville, and the Cowboys then released Dez Bryant while failing to re-sign Brice Butler. It leaves Hurns as the default top wideout, followed by Cole Beasley, Terrance Williams, and rookie Michael Gallup in whichever order. In an offense that figures to lean on Ezekiel Elliott as much as Elliott's body will allow, maybe only one of these receivers will provide steady fantasy value.
Jun 20 - 9:43 AM

Cowboys reporter Marcus Mosher reports second-year UDFA Blake Jarwin worked as Dallas' No. 1 tight end during OTAs and minicamp.

According to Mosher, Rico Gathers "barely gets any snaps in practice." Gathers hasn't played a single snap since being drafted in 2016 but flashed big-time potential last preseason only for the Cowboys to ask him to bulk up and improve his blocking this year. It sounds like Jarwin is the preferred pass-catching option, with Gathers competing for snaps as an in-line blocker. Jarwin showed some Jacob Tamme-esque traits as a walk-on at Oklahoma State.
Jun 20 - 9:39 AM


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