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  • Rashaad Penny SEA RB
    Seahawks' Rashaad Penny: Recovering from cleanup procedure
    40m ago

    Penny isn't participating at mandatory minicamp this week after undergoing a cleanup procedure on his knee earlier in the offeseason, Joe Fann of NBC Sports Northwest reports.

    Penny was limited to three games in 2020 while recovering from surgery for a torn ACL in late 2019, and the cleanup procedure was on the same knee. Coach Pete Carroll expects the 25-year-old to be ready for training camp at the end of July, but it remains a worrying sign for a tailback that's struggled to stay healthy over the past couple years.

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  • Xavien Howard MIA CB
    Dolphins' Xavien Howard: Skipping minicamp
    2h ago

    Howard won't report to mandatory minicamp while attempting to secure a new contract, Joe Schad of the Palm Beach Post reports.

    The 27-year-old inked a five-year, $75 million extension in May 2019 and has four years remaining on that deal, but he's seeking a raise after earning All-Pro honors in 2020 while recording 10 interceptions and allowing a 53.0 passer rating when targeted. Teammate Byron Jones is one of five cornerbacks in the league with a higher average annual salary, and Howard wants to be higher up that list following a stellar season. Howard could be fined up to $93,000 if he sits out the full minicamp, though it seems likely Miami would excuse his absence to avoid exacerbating the situation.

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  • Mac Jones NE QB
    Patriots' Mac Jones: Follows Newton at practice
    3h ago

    Over the last two days of the Patriots' mandatory minicamp, Jones has been following 2020 starter Cam Newton in the team's QB rotation, ESPN's Mike Reiss reports.

    Also in the team's signal-caller mix are third-year player Jarrett Stidham, as well as veteran Brian Hoyer, but at this stage Newton remains atop the depth chart, while Jones -- the No. 15 overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft -- is introduced to the Patriots' offensive system. Down the road, Jones figures to push Newton for the top job, but how quickly he'll be in a position to supplant his incumbent counterpart remains to be seen.

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  • Calvin Ridley ATL WR
    Falcons' Calvin Ridley: Expects to be ready for camp
    4h ago

    Ridley, who underwent what has been described as minor offseason foot surgery, is "pretty sure (he'll) be ready" for the start of training camp, Michael Rothstein of ESPN reports.

    While Ridley is not practicing at this time, he has been present at the Falcons' facility rehabbing, working out and participating in walk-throughs. With Julio Jones no longer in the mix, Ridley profiles as the team's clear-cut top wideout, a context that solidifies his already high-volume role in Atlanta's offense.

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  • N'Keal Harry NE WR
    Patriots' N'Keal Harry: Tweaks his calf Tuesday
    4h ago

    Harry appeared to tweak his right calf during Tuesday's practice, Jeff Howe of The Athletic reports.

    It remains to be seen if this is an issue that might hamper the wideout beyond Tuesday, but Harry, who reportedly had been building momentum this week per Howe, can ill afford a lengthy setback as he attempts to solidify his role in the Patriots offense following the team's offseason additions of Nelson Agholor and Kendrick Bourne. With returnee Jakobi Meyers also in the mix, Harry is currently competing for depth slotting with Gunner Olszewski, Marvin Hall, Isaiah Zuber, Kristian Wilkerson, Tre Nixon and Devin Smith. Since being taken in the first round of the 2019 draft, Harry has yet to establish himself as a consistent threat in the team's attack, and the 6-foot-4, 225-pounder may have to look sharp this summer just to retain his roster spot.

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  • Courtland Sutton DEN WR
    Broncos' Courtland Sutton: Should avoid preseason PUP list
    5h ago

    Coach Vic Fango indicated Tuesday that he doesn't anticipate Sutton beginning training camp on the PUP list, Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site reports.

    Sutton sustained ACL and MCL tears last September but was already running routes in early March, and he stated in mid-May that he was hoping to be ready for training camp. It certainly sounds like he's on a path to make that a reality. He and Jerry Jeudy figure to give the Broncos a dangerous 1-2 punch at wide receiver as Sutton looks to return to his 2019 level of production, when he posted 72 catches for 1,112 yards and six touchdowns on 125 targets.

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  • Mac Jones NE QB
    Patriots' Mac Jones: Follows Newton at practice
    3h ago

    Over the last two days of the Patriots' mandatory minicamp, Jones has been following 2020 starter Cam Newton in the team's QB rotation, ESPN's Mike Reiss reports.

    Also in the team's signal-caller mix are third-year player Jarrett Stidham, as well as veteran Brian Hoyer, but at this stage Newton remains atop the depth chart, while Jones -- the No. 15 overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft -- is introduced to the Patriots' offensive system. Down the road, Jones figures to push Newton for the top job, but how quickly he'll be in a position to supplant his incumbent counterpart remains to be seen.

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  • Trevor Lawrence JAC QB
    Jaguars' Trevor Lawrence: Limited by minor hamstring issue
    1d ago

    Lawrence didn't take part in 11-on-11 drills Monday due to a minor hamstring issue that coach Urban Meyer had decided to take precautions with, Michael DiRocco of ESPN.com reports.

    It doesn't sound like Lawrence would have been in danger to miss had it been a game day, especially considering he still took part in the 7-on-7 portion of the session. He still has plenty of offseason to prepare but likely will aim to miss as little as possible as he gets acclimated to the top level of football heading into his rookie season.

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  • Cam Newton NE QB
    Patriots' Cam Newton: Ready to go for minicamp
    1d ago

    Coach Bill Belichick confirmed Monday that Newton (hand) will be on the practice field this week for the Patriots' mandatory minicamp, Kevin Patra of NFL.com reports.

    Newton sustained a bone bruise on his right throwing hand June 4 after making contact with a defender's helmet, but the issue was never considered serious and didn't prevent the quarterback from taking part in New England's OTA session this past weekend. The 32-year-old still looks to be in a good place health-wise a week and a half after suffering the injury, so he should be in line to handle most of the first-team work during the three-day minicamp. Assuming he stays relatively healthy through the end of the preseason, Newton should head into Week 1 as New England's starter, with first-round pick Mac Jones and likely one of Jarrett Stidham or Brian Hoyer serving as depth options at quarterback.

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  • Nick Mullens SF QB
    Eagles' Nick Mullens: Lands in Philly
    1d ago

    The Eagles signed Mullens (elbow) to a contract Monday.

    An eight-game starter for the 49ers in 2020, Mullens will find himself third on the depth chart behind Jalen Hurts and Joe Flacco as he begins his tenure in Philadelphia. Since entering the NFL as an undrafted free agent in 2017, the 26-year-old signal-caller has appeared in 19 games (16 starts) for San Francisco, completing 64.5 percent of his throws for 7.9 yards per attempt and a 25:22 TD:INT. Mullens required surgery in December to address an injury to his right throwing elbow, but the Eagles' willingness to sign him suggests he'll likely be cleared for full activities before training camp or shortly after it begins.

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  • Cam Newton NE QB
    Patriots' Cam Newton: Could return to practice
    2d ago

    Newton (hand) is expected to try practicing during the Patriots' three-day minicamp this week, Andrew Callahan of Boston Herald reports.

    Newton sustained a bone bruise on his throwing hand June 4, but he was present for practice Friday and looked good while throwing passes. Coach Bill Belichick has said that the quarterback's injury isn't considered serious, so it's unlikely that the injury will impact his Week 1 availability.

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  • Jake Dolegala GB QB
    Packers' Jacob Dolegala: Finds new home
    5d ago

    Dolegala agreed to terms on a contract with Green Bay on Thursday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

    With disgruntled star Aaron Rodgers still away from the team, the Packers elected to add more depth at the quarterback position. Along with Dolegala, the team has inked Blake Bortles and Kurt Benkert this offseason to compete with Jordan Love and Rodgers in training camp. Dolegala has yet to make his NFL debut, but he's spent time with Cincinnati and New England in his career.

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  • Rashaad Penny SEA RB
    Seahawks' Rashaad Penny: Recovering from cleanup procedure
    40m ago

    Penny isn't participating at mandatory minicamp this week after undergoing a cleanup procedure on his knee earlier in the offeseason, Joe Fann of NBC Sports Northwest reports.

    Penny was limited to three games in 2020 while recovering from surgery for a torn ACL in late 2019, and the cleanup procedure was on the same knee. Coach Pete Carroll expects the 25-year-old to be ready for training camp at the end of July, but it remains a worrying sign for a tailback that's struggled to stay healthy over the past couple years.

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  • Christian McCaffrey CAR RB
    Panthers' Christian McCaffrey: Says he's fully healthy
    6d ago

    McCaffrey (thigh) said during OTAs in late May that he feels "really good" and is "back to 100 percent," Jonathan M. Alexander of The Charlotte Observer reports.

    McCaffrey is coming off a 2020 season in which he played in only three games due to injury, but he was supremely effective when he suited up, racking up five touchdowns on the ground and another through the air while compiling a combined 374 rushing and receiving yards. Now healthy again, McCaffrey heads into his fifth season in Carolina as the undisputed top back, but the team did use a fourth-round pick on Chuba Hubbard to add some insurance behind the 25-year-old.

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  • Saquon Barkley NYG RB
    Giants' Saquon Barkley: Noncommittal for Week 1
    6d ago

    Barkley (knee) said Wednesday that he was unwilling to guarantee he would be ready for the Giants' regular-season opener Sept. 12 versus the Broncos, Ralph Vacchiano of SportsNet New York reports.

    Instead, Barkley said he's going to play "whenever my body tells me I'm ready," leaving his timeline for a return somewhat vague. He hasn't participated in OTAs, and his comments don't instill a ton of optimism that he will be ready to go early in training camp. At this point, it's best to monitor his progress as the season draws closer, but the Giants are likely going to take all precautions now to avoid future complications.

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  • J.K. Dobbins BAL RB
    Ravens' J.K. Dobbins: Improving as pass catcher
    7d ago

    Head coach Jim Harbaugh indicated Tuesday that Dobbins has made significant progress in the passing game, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.

    Dobbins displayed explosiveness as a runner last season (6.0 YPC) but appears to be targeting additional reps by enhancing his abilities as a receiver. This is especially important to point out given that Harbaugh also emphasized Tuesday his interest in getting running backs more involved in that realm in 2021. Dobbins saw his workload increase down the stretch last season, averaging 12.8 carries for 82.5 yards and 1.2 rushing touchdowns per game over his final six regular-season games played, which could signal a breakout sophomore campaign. However, the Ravens also recently committed to Gus Edwards for another two seasons, so Dobbins is set to have competition for reps for years to come.

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  • Saquon Barkley NYG RB
    Giants' Saquon Barkley: Won't be available for OTAs
    7d ago

    Barkley (knee) was present at the Giants' team facility Tuesday, but he won't be available to participate in OTAs while he continues his rehab for a torn ACL and meniscus, Kimberly Jones of NFL Network reports.

    Given that Barkley underwent right knee surgery in October, the Giants never expected him to be back to 100 percent health for spring workouts, so his lack of availability for OTAs comes as no surprise. Barkley could remain held out of drills for the early portion of training camp, but the Giants remain hopeful that he'll be ready to go for the Sept. 12 season opener against the Broncos. In recognition of Barkley's long-term importance to the franchise as well as the fact that he's returning from a major injury, the Giants could choose to ease the running back along slowly during the early portion of the season with lighter snap loads and touch counts than normal.

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  • Gus Edwards BAL RB
    Ravens' Gus Edwards: Agrees to two-year extension
    8d ago

    Edwards and the Ravens agreed to a two-year, $10 million contract extension Monday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

    Edwards received a restricted free-agent tender from the Ravens in mid-March and now has extended his stay in Baltimore through the 2023 season. Even so, Edwards is likely set to serve as the No. 2 back in Baltimore's backfield behind second-year rusher J.K. Dobbins, who could be in line for a slightly larger share of the work in his second professional season.

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  • Calvin Ridley ATL WR
    Falcons' Calvin Ridley: Expects to be ready for camp
    4h ago

    Ridley, who underwent what has been described as minor offseason foot surgery, is "pretty sure (he'll) be ready" for the start of training camp, Michael Rothstein of ESPN reports.

    While Ridley is not practicing at this time, he has been present at the Falcons' facility rehabbing, working out and participating in walk-throughs. With Julio Jones no longer in the mix, Ridley profiles as the team's clear-cut top wideout, a context that solidifies his already high-volume role in Atlanta's offense.

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  • N'Keal Harry NE WR
    Patriots' N'Keal Harry: Tweaks his calf Tuesday
    4h ago

    Harry appeared to tweak his right calf during Tuesday's practice, Jeff Howe of The Athletic reports.

    It remains to be seen if this is an issue that might hamper the wideout beyond Tuesday, but Harry, who reportedly had been building momentum this week per Howe, can ill afford a lengthy setback as he attempts to solidify his role in the Patriots offense following the team's offseason additions of Nelson Agholor and Kendrick Bourne. With returnee Jakobi Meyers also in the mix, Harry is currently competing for depth slotting with Gunner Olszewski, Marvin Hall, Isaiah Zuber, Kristian Wilkerson, Tre Nixon and Devin Smith. Since being taken in the first round of the 2019 draft, Harry has yet to establish himself as a consistent threat in the team's attack, and the 6-foot-4, 225-pounder may have to look sharp this summer just to retain his roster spot.

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  • Courtland Sutton DEN WR
    Broncos' Courtland Sutton: Should avoid preseason PUP list
    5h ago

    Coach Vic Fango indicated Tuesday that he doesn't anticipate Sutton beginning training camp on the PUP list, Aric DiLalla of the Broncos' official site reports.

    Sutton sustained ACL and MCL tears last September but was already running routes in early March, and he stated in mid-May that he was hoping to be ready for training camp. It certainly sounds like he's on a path to make that a reality. He and Jerry Jeudy figure to give the Broncos a dangerous 1-2 punch at wide receiver as Sutton looks to return to his 2019 level of production, when he posted 72 catches for 1,112 yards and six touchdowns on 125 targets.

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  • Jerry Jeudy DEN WR
    Broncos' Jerry Jeudy: Leaves practice with stomach bug
    5h ago

    Jeudy departed Tuesday's practice early due to a stomach issue, Nick Kosmider of The Athletic

    Jeudy's issue doesn't seem like a long-term concern, but it could prevent him from taking the field for some valuable minicamp time. Even if he does miss a couple days, Jeudy should be ready for the start of training camp as he gears up for his sophomore NFL campaign. He finished his rookie campaign with 52 catches for 856 yards and three touchdowns over 16 games, and a relatively normal offseason in 2021 should improve his odds of taking a step forward in his second season.

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  • Odell Beckham CLE WR
    Browns' Odell Beckham: Participating in minicamp
    5h ago

    Beckham (knee) is going through receiver drills without an apparent brace in the first day of the Browns' minicamp Tuesday, Zac Jackson of The Athletic reports.

    It was believed Beckham had recovered from a torn ACL sustained Oct. 25, and his participation in minicamp backs up that notion. He and Jarvis Landry should be among the better wideout duos in the league heading into 2021 if they can both stay healthy. There figures to be some injury risk with Beckham in particular, as he's played all 16 games in a season just once in the last four years and just twice in his seven-year career.

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  • Corey Davis NYJ WR
    Jets' Corey Davis: Practicing Tuesday
    8h ago

    Davis (shoulder) is taking part in the early drills during Tuesday's practice, Ralph Vacchiano of SportsNet New York reports.

    Davis injured his shoulder during OTAs in late May and hadn't been spotted at practice since. It appears he's doing better at this point and is working with the first-team offense. It remains to be seen if his participation level will be full, but the fact that he's on the field at all suggests he should be ready for the start of training camp next month.

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  • Jonnu Smith NE TE
    Patriots' Jonnu Smith: Not practicing Tuesday
    10h ago

    Smith (hamstring) won't participate in Tuesday's minicamp practice, Jeff Howe of The Athletic reports.

    Smith's absence doesn't come as a surprise after he sustained a left hamstring strain in the Patriots' first minicamp session Monday. The Patriots will wrap up their camp Wednesday, so it may be a challenge for Smith to gain clearance for that workout, too. He should be back to full health ahead of training camp in late July, however.

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  • Jonnu Smith NE TE
    Patriots' Jonnu Smith: Leaves practice early
    1d ago

    Smith departed Monday's practice early due to an apparent hamstring injury and did not return, Ryan Hannable of WEEI.com reports.

    It was Smith's first time on the practice field in front of reporters this offseason, and he dropped a couple of passes prior to his departure. It doesn't sound as though the hamstring issue is believed to be very serious, so he could be back in practice relatively soon. Of course, it's possible the team will take the cautious route and hold him out of the remainder of this week's minicamp, which then would push his return to training camp in July.

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  • Darion Clark CHI TE
    Darion Clark: Let go by Bears
    2d ago

    Clark was waived by the Bears on Sunday.

    Clark suffered a shoulder injury during training camp last year and spent the entire 2020 campaign on injured reserve. The 27-year-old played college basketball at USC but has yet to play a snap in the NFL.

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  • Richard Rodgers PHI TE
    Eagles' Richard Rodgers: Returning to Philly
    4d ago

    Rodgers (ankle) agreed to a contract with the Eagles on Friday.

    The 29-year-old appeared in 14 games for Philadelphia last season and caught 24 of 31 targets for 345 yards and two touchdowns. Rodgers should be positioned as the team's No. 3 tight end, but he could end up as Dallas Goedert's top backup with Zach Ertz on the trade block.

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  • Jace Sternberger GB TE
    Packers' Jace Sternberger: Handed two-game ban
    5d ago

    Sternberger was suspended for the first two games of the 2021 season Thursday for violating the league's substance abuse policy, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

    According to Sternberger's personal twitter account, the suspension stems from an incident in 2020. The Texas A&M product recorded just 12 catches last year, and he's destined for a depth role again in 2021 behind Robert Tonyan. Sternberger will be eligible to return to the team following Week 2's Monday night clash with Detroit.

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  • Kyle Rudolph NYG TE
    Giants' Kyle Rudolph: Taking part in minicamp
    5d ago

    Rudolph (foot) was spotted catching passes on the field during Thursday's minicamp practice, Zack Rosenblatt of The Newark Star-Ledger reports.

    Giants head coach Joe Judge isn't willing to commit to Rudolph being a full participant for the start of training camp, but the veteran tight end's presence on the field at minicamp is a sign he's progressing well from March surgery to address a foot injury. Rudolph will likely enter the season as the No. 2 tight end on the depth chart behind Evan Engram, but the big body he offers in the red zone coupled with his skills as a blocker should allow the 31-year-old to see plenty of snaps.

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  • Eddy Pineiro IND K
    Colts' Eddy Pineiro: Part of open kicker competition
    20d ago

    Indianapolis head coach Frank Reich said Wednesday that the Colts will have an open competition at placekicker between Rodrigo Blankenship and Pineiro during OTAs and training camp, Jim Ayello of The Indianapolis Star reports.

    Blankenship is the incumbent, coming off a rookie season in which he converted 32 of 37 field-goal attempts and 43 of 45 extra-point tries. However, he didn't demonstrate a particularly strong leg, going 1-for-3 on kicks of 50 yards or more. Pineiro made both his 50-yard attempts when he last played for the Bears in 2019, but he spent the entire 2020 campaign on injured reserve with a groin injury. Blankenship has to be a heavy favorite for the job at this stage.

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  • Rodrigo Blankenship IND K
    Colts' Rodrigo Blankenship: Faces competition for kicker job
    20d ago

    Indianapolis will have an open competition at kicker between Blankenship and Eddy Pineiro during OTAs and training camp, Jim Ayello of The Indianapolis Star reports. "[Blankenship] had a good season for us last year, so that's obviously taken into consideration. He'll have to earn it again this year...it is open competition," head coach Frank Reich said.

    Blankenship had a solid rookie campaign, missing only five kicks (including PATs) inside of 50 yards. However, he had a key 33-yard misfire late in the third quarter against Buffalo during the playoffs. Blankenship doesn't have great range (1-for-3 on kicks of 50-plus yards), so the Colts could decide to go with a stronger leg. Still, Blankenship has to be considered a heavy favorite to retain the job over Pineiro.

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  • Alex Kessman LAC K
    Chargers' Alex Kessman: Signs with Chargers as UDFA
    30d ago

    Kessman has signed with the Chargers.

    Kessman will compete with Michael Badgley and Tristan Vizcaino for the kicking job in Los Angeles. Even if he loses the competition, the undrafted rookie out of Pittsburgh could put himself on the map for kicker-needy teams if he performs well in camp and preseason.

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  • Matt Ammendola CAR K
    Matt Ammendola: Cut by Carolina
    30d ago

    Ammendola has been released by the Panthers, NFL reporter Aaron Wilson reports.

    Ammendola was briefly on hand to provide some competition for Joey Slye, but Slye's back to being the lone kicker on the Panthers' roster as a result of this move.

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  • Eddy Pineiro CHI K
    Colts' Eddy Pineiro: Lands in Indianapolis
    05/13/2021

    Pineiro (groin) agreed to terms on a one-year contract with the Colts on Thursday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

    Pineiro spent the entire 2020 campaign on injured reserve, but had it not been for Cairo Santos' emergence in Chicago, it seems as though he could have been activated midseason. Although Pineiro is now healthy, it doesn't seem likely that he will have many opportunities to dethrone Rodrigo Blankenship as the Colts' top kicker this offseason.

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  • Matt McCrane CLE K
    Matt McCrane: Waived by Browns
    05/11/2021

    McCrane was waived by the Browns on Tuesday, Tom Withers of the Associated Press reports.

    McCrane's exit creates a roster spot for fellow kicker Chase McLaughlin, whom the Browns claimed off waivers Monday. Cody Parkey remains the favorite to open the 2021 season as Cleveland's kicker.

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  • Xavien Howard MIA CB
    Dolphins' Xavien Howard: Skipping minicamp
    2h ago

    Howard won't report to mandatory minicamp while attempting to secure a new contract, Joe Schad of the Palm Beach Post reports.

    The 27-year-old inked a five-year, $75 million extension in May 2019 and has four years remaining on that deal, but he's seeking a raise after earning All-Pro honors in 2020 while recording 10 interceptions and allowing a 53.0 passer rating when targeted. Teammate Byron Jones is one of five cornerbacks in the league with a higher average annual salary, and Howard wants to be higher up that list following a stellar season. Howard could be fined up to $93,000 if he sits out the full minicamp, though it seems likely Miami would excuse his absence to avoid exacerbating the situation.

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  • Sheldon Richardson CLE DT
    Vikings' Sheldon Richardson: Back with Vikings
    7h ago

    The Vikings have signed Richardson to a one-year, $3.6 million deal, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.

    Per the report, the defensive tackle's deal could be worth up to $4.35 million with incentives. The 30-year-old, who logged 64 tackles and 4.5 sacks with the Browns last season, played for the Vikings in 2018 before inking a three-year, $36 million deal with Cleveland in free agency. Richardson was cut loose in April, in a move that freed up $11 million in cap space for the Browns, paving the way for him to return to the Minnesota, where he should bolster the team's interior pass rush.

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  • Will Sunderland SEA CB
    Seahawks' Will Sunderland: Inks deal with Seattle
    19h ago

    Sunderland signed a contract with the Seahawks on Monday, John Boyle of Seahawks.com reports.

    Sunderland is expected to serve as depth at cornerback. He's yet to make his NFL debut but has spent time in Green Bay and Indianapolis over the last few years.

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  • Danielle Hunter MIN DE
    Vikings' Danielle Hunter: Gets reworked deal
    20h ago

    Hunter (neck) agreed to a reworked contract with the Vikings on Monday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

    This deal allows Hunter to receive more money on the front end of the contract, and Minnesota expects the defensive end to report to camp following the reworked contract. He hasn't taken the field since 2019 after a herniated disc caused him to miss the entire 2020 campaign.

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  • K'Lavon Chaisson JAC DE
    Jaguars' K'Lavon Chaisson: Absent from minicamp
    20h ago

    Chaisson was not able to attend minicamp after testing positive for COVID-19, John Reid of The Florida Times-Union reports.

    Chaisson is expected to return to his role as a starting linebacker for the Jags in 2021, but he'll need to pass through the league's COVID protocols before joining the rest of his teammates in preparation for the upcoming campaign.

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  • Stephon Gilmore NE CB
    Patriots' Stephon Gilmore: Won't attend minicamp
    20h ago

    Gilmore (quadriceps) will hold out of mandatory minicamp, Ian Rapoport of NFL.com reports.

    Gilmore is reportedly on the hunt for a new deal and is also on the mend from a partially-torn quad suffered last season. Per Rapoport, Gilmore will earn a $7 million base salary in 2021 as part of his current contract.

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