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    • Emmanuel Ogbah KC DE
      Dolphins' Emmanuel Ogbah: Cleared from injury
      2h ago

      Ogbah (pectoral) said Thursday that he's been cleared to resume workouts, Cameron Wolfe of ESPN.com reports.

      Ogbah missed the final six games of the 2019 regular season with Kansas City due to a torn pectoral injury he suffered in Week 10. The 26-year-old has been a consistent threat in the pass rush since coming into the league in 2016, earning 18 sacks over 50 career games. Now healthy, he's one of a few offseason additions for the Dolphins in a defensive overhaul heading into 2020.

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    • Carson Wentz PHI QB
      Eagles' Carson Wentz: Option picked up for 2020
      5h ago

      The Eagles officially exercised Wentz's (concussion) team option for 2020 on Friday, Jeff Kerr of CBS Sports reports.

      The move was merely procedural, as Wentz's 2020 salary would have risen to $31.38 million while voiding the remaining years on his extension had Philadelphia declined to exercise the option. Wentz was forced out early in the Eagles' wild-card round loss to the Seahawks on Jan. 5 with a concussion, but he cleared all five phases of the NFL's concussion protocol three days later and would have been available had Philadelphia advanced to the divisional round, per Derrick Gunn of NBC Sports Philadelphia.

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    • Ronald Darby PHI CB
      Redskins' Ronald Darby: Staying in NFC East
      6h ago

      Darby (hip) inked a one-year, $4 million deal with the Redskins on Sunday, Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com reports.

      Darby battled injuries for the Eagles last season, suiting up in 11 games as a starter, racking up 37 tackles (34 solo), two interceptions and 11 pass breakups. The 26-year-old missed the final two games of 2019 with a hip strain, and his timetable to return remains unclear. New head coach Ron Rivera has long been a fan of Darby, so he will likely battle for the starting cornerback spot that was vacated when the team traded Quinton Dunbar (hamstring) to Seattle.

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    • Geronimo Allison GB WR
      Lions' Geronimo Allison: Signs with rival
      6h ago

      Allison agreed to terms on a one-year contract with the Lions on Sunday.

      Allison arrives from Green Bay, where he was used primarily in two- and three-wide sets, sporting a receiving line of 34-287-2 for the 2019 season. The Lions already have proven options such as Kenny Golladay, Marvin Jones (ankle) and Danny Amendola on the roster, so it appears that Allison will be battling Marvin Hall (foot) for the No. 4 receiver spot in Detroit heading into the 2020 season.

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    • Rolan Milligan IND DB
      Colts' Rolan Milligan: Back with Colts
      8h ago

      Milligan (foot) signed a one-year contract with Indianapolis on Saturday.

      Milligan suited up in 11 games with the Colts in 2019 before he was placed on injured reserve following Week 15 with a foot injury. The 25-year-old played a depth role last season, logging 15 tackles (11 solo) on defense and special teams. He'll likely assume that same role for the team heading into the 2020 season.

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    • Jameis Winston TB QB
      Jameis Winston: Gets support from former coach
      8h ago

      Winston's (thumb/knee) former coach in Tampa Bay, Bruce Arians, said Wednesday in an interview on Fox Sports Radio's "The Rich Eisen Show" that he's reached out to two teams on the quarterback's behalf, Eduardo A. Encina of the Tampa Bay Times reports. "I talked to two teams," Arians said. "I think it was just to [tell them], 'Get him on your roster' and it would be a great fit. One team was not interested and the other one was."

      Winston's hopes of returning to Tampa Bay for a sixth season ended nearly two weeks ago, when it became apparent that Tom Brady was leaving New England to sign with the Buccaneers. Though he's just 26 years old and has 70 career starts on his resume, Winston's high turnover rate has likely contributed heavily to the cool reception he's faced thus far in free agency. With few -- if any -- starting jobs left open at this stage of the offseason and another experienced, more accomplished option in Cam Newton also looking for work, Winston could be forced to settle for a backup job at his next stop.

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    • Carson Wentz PHI QB
      Eagles' Carson Wentz: Option picked up for 2020
      5h ago

      The Eagles officially exercised Wentz's (concussion) team option for 2020 on Friday, Jeff Kerr of CBS Sports reports.

      The move was merely procedural, as Wentz's 2020 salary would have risen to $31.38 million while voiding the remaining years on his extension had Philadelphia declined to exercise the option. Wentz was forced out early in the Eagles' wild-card round loss to the Seahawks on Jan. 5 with a concussion, but he cleared all five phases of the NFL's concussion protocol three days later and would have been available had Philadelphia advanced to the divisional round, per Derrick Gunn of NBC Sports Philadelphia.

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    • Jameis Winston TB QB
      Jameis Winston: Gets support from former coach
      8h ago

      Winston's (thumb/knee) former coach in Tampa Bay, Bruce Arians, said Wednesday in an interview on Fox Sports Radio's "The Rich Eisen Show" that he's reached out to two teams on the quarterback's behalf, Eduardo A. Encina of the Tampa Bay Times reports. "I talked to two teams," Arians said. "I think it was just to [tell them], 'Get him on your roster' and it would be a great fit. One team was not interested and the other one was."

      Winston's hopes of returning to Tampa Bay for a sixth season ended nearly two weeks ago, when it became apparent that Tom Brady was leaving New England to sign with the Buccaneers. Though he's just 26 years old and has 70 career starts on his resume, Winston's high turnover rate has likely contributed heavily to the cool reception he's faced thus far in free agency. With few -- if any -- starting jobs left open at this stage of the offseason and another experienced, more accomplished option in Cam Newton also looking for work, Winston could be forced to settle for a backup job at his next stop.

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    • Andy Dalton CIN QB
      Bengals' Andy Dalton: Could stay in Cincy?
      3d ago

      The Bengals may decide to keep Dalton, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

      Team and player both seem to prefer a trade, but it's difficult to find a partner in a market where free-agent quarterbacks Jameis Winston and Cam Newton are struggling to drum up interest. Ultimately, it would make sense for the Bengals to cut Dalton if they do in fact use the No. 1 overall pick on Joe Burrow, as the 32-year-old quarterback doesn't have any guarantees on his $17.7 million compensation for 2020. It would be an unprecedented sum to pay for a backup, though it's possible Dalton would consider a pay cut and then hit the open market next offseason. It seems like all options are still in play here.

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    • Dak Prescott DAL QB
      Cowboys' Dak Prescott: Restarts extension talks
      3d ago

      Prescott and the Cowboys have resumed contract negotiations, ESPN.com's Ed Werder reports.

      The Dallas front office shifted its focus to free agency after using the franchise tag on Prescott in mid-March. The team can now turn its attention back to the young quarterback, who reportedly wants a four-year contract. The Cowboys are hoping for a five-year deal, with July 15 representing the negotiation deadline before Prescott is forced to play under the tag in 2020.

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    • Tyler Bray CHI QB
      Bears' Tyler Bray: Re-ups with Chicago
      4d ago

      Bray agreed Wednesday on a contract with the Bears, Field Yates of ESPN reports.

      Bray spent most of the 2019 campaign on Chicago's practice squad, though he had a brief stint on the active roster in October while Mitchell Trubisky dealt with a shoulder injury. With the Bears having traded for Nick Foles from Jacksonville in exchange for a fourth-round pick, Bray now slots in as the team's No. 3 signal-caller.

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    • Derek Carr LV QB
      Raiders' Derek Carr: Supported by Mariota
      4d ago

      New teammate Marcus Mariota said Tuesday that Carr will remain the Raiders' starting quarterback, Scott Bair of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.

      Mariota became the NFL's highest-paid backup quarterback after inking a two-year, $17.6 million contract with $7.5 million guaranteed in free agency, a deal that sparked rumors about a potential job battle. It's worth noting that Carr has a much larger contract, one that would allow the Raiders to clear out as much as $16.1 million in cap space if he's traded or released this offseason, per OverTheCap.com. The 28-year-old may find himself looking over his shoulder if he struggles early in the season, but it doesn't sound like this will be a competition for the Week 1 starting job.

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    • Jordan Howard MIA RB
      Dolphins' Jordan Howard: Moves past shoulder injury
      9h ago

      Howard (shoulder) said Thursday that he's fully healthy after a shoulder stinger sidelined him for most of the second half of the 2019 season, Joe Schad of The Palm Beach Post reports. "I'm back to 100 percent now," Howard said. "It took a while, but I'm finally back to being 100 percent."

      As a member of the Eagles last season, Howard was the team's leading rusher through its first nine games, but he logged just one snap over Philadelphia's final eight games -- including a wild-card round loss to Seattle -- while managing the injury. After being active but going unused in the playoffs, Howard admitted afterward that he hadn't fully regained strength in his shoulder, but he now looks to be in a good spot health-wise following two-plus months of rest and rehab. The Dolphins' decision to sign Howard to a two-year, $10 million deal in the first week of free agency implies confidence in his health, and the 25-year-old tentatively looks in line to lead Miami's ground game in 2020. He could face more of a challenge for the top job, however, if the Dolphins invest an early round pick into a running back during April's draft.

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    • Melvin Gordon LAC RB
      Broncos' Melvin Gordon: Willing to share with Lindsay
      2d ago

      Gordon anticipates working in a "one-two punch" with Phillip Lindsay (wrist) in the Denver backfield, ESPN.com's Jeff Legwold reports.

      Broncos GM John Elway used the same terminology earlier this week, suggesting both Gordon and Lindsay will have key roles in the offense. Gordon's two-year, $16 million contract suggests he'll be the "one" in that one-two punch, though it's Lindsay who owns the impressive career average of 4.9 yards per carry. Gordon's mark of 4.0 YPC has been oft-cited as a criticism, and while there is some merit to the argument against him, it's also true that he's spent most of his career running behind subpar offensive lines. The breakdown of snaps and carries appears uncertain, but Gordon should at least have the advantage when it comes to pass-catching and goal-line work.

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    • Ronald Jones TB RB
      Buccaneers' Ronald Jones: Getting competition soon?
      2d ago

      Coach Bruce Arians said the Bucs would "love to have a pass-catching back" to complement Jones in the backfield, Greg Auman of The Athletic reports.

      This might be taken as a hint that the Bucs are comfortable with Jones as their lead runner, but it also could be interpreted as a critique of his blocking and receiving skills. The offseason priorities in Tampa Bay were to add Tom Brady and re-sign key players in the defensive front seven, while RB Peyton Barber and WR Breshad Perriman were permitted to leave without much of a challenge. The backfield depth chart now looks paper-thin behind Jones, featuring Dare Ogunbowale, T.J. Logan (thumb) and Aca'Cedric Ware -- a trio with 16 combined NFL carries. Tampa figures to add running backs in the coming weeks, and while that may include an early draft pick, Arians doesn't seem too worried about the position.

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    • Ameer Abdullah MIN RB
      Vikings' Ameer Abdullah: Back with Minnesota
      2d ago

      The Vikings have re-signed Abdullah.

      The 26-year-old logged 23 carries for 115 yards to go along with 15 catches for 88 yards and a TD in 16 games for the team last season. Now that he's back in the fold, Abdullah will continue to serve as a depth option in Minnesota's backfield and should also reprise his role as the squad's primary kickoff returner in 2020.

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    • Tyler Ervin GB RB
      Packers' Tyler Ervin: Rejoins Green Bay
      2d ago

      Ervin signed a one-year, $1.047 million contract with the Packers on Friday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.

      Ervin was claimed off waivers from Jacksonville in early December and appeared in the final four regular-season games for Green Bay, rushing once for 10 yards and catching two passes for 11 yards while returning six kicks for 160 yards and 11 punts for 106 yards. The Packers' return game was abysmal prior to his arrival, so it's not a major surprise to see the team wanting him back in 2020, likely in a similarly specialized role.

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    • D.J. Foster ARI RB
      Cardinals' D.J. Foster: Back in desert
      4d ago

      Foster (hamstring) re-signed Wednesday with the Cardinals on a one-year contract.

      Foster appeared in six contests with the Cardinals in 2019 prior to sustaining a season-ending hamstring injury. When back to full health, he'll spend the summer competing for a reserve role out of the backfield behind Kenyan Drake and Chase Edmonds.

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    • Geronimo Allison GB WR
      Lions' Geronimo Allison: Signs with rival
      6h ago

      Allison agreed to terms on a one-year contract with the Lions on Sunday.

      Allison arrives from Green Bay, where he was used primarily in two- and three-wide sets, sporting a receiving line of 34-287-2 for the 2019 season. The Lions already have proven options such as Kenny Golladay, Marvin Jones (ankle) and Danny Amendola on the roster, so it appears that Allison will be battling Marvin Hall (foot) for the No. 4 receiver spot in Detroit heading into the 2020 season.

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    • Darius Jennings TEN WR
      Chargers' Darius Jennings: Joins Chargers
      22h ago

      Agent Ed Wasielewski announced Saturday via Twitter that Jennings signed a contract with the Chargers.

      The 27-year-old appeared in eight games for the Titans in 2019 and was a restricted free agent, but the team apparently declined to tender him a contract for 2020. Jennings averaged 31.7 yards on 22 kick returns during the 2018 campaign with Tennessee, and that could be his likeliest path toward a roster spot in Los Angeles.

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    • Demarcus Robinson KC WR
      Chiefs' Demarcus Robinson: Going back to Kansas City
      1d ago

      Robinson will re-sign with the Chiefs on a one-year deal, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.

      Robinson spent his first four seasons in Kansas City and will now enter his fifth there as well. The 25-year-old pass catcher hauled in 32 passes for 449 yards and four touchdowns in 2019. His yardage nearly doubled his first three seasons combined. With Tyreek Hill, Sammy Watkins and Mecole Hardman still ahead of him on the depth chart, he will presumably be used similarly in 2020.

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    • Randall Cobb DAL WR
      Texans' Randall Cobb: Credits improved hamstring strength
      2d ago

      Cobb, who recently agreed to sign with the Texans, said he felt better in 2019 than he had in previous seasons, getting good results after he strengthened his hamstrings, James Palmer of NFL Network reports.

      Cobb claims the Cowboys training staff identified his weak hamstrings as a potential limiting factor and worked with him to strengthen the muscles during the offseason. He went on to produce his most receiving yards (828) since 2015 and his best mark for yards per target (10.0) since 2014, despite being charged with eight drops. Cobb averaged 9.1 yards before the catch on his 55 receptions, compared to 3.9 in his final season with the Packers. He's proven himself a bit more dynamic than the typical slot receiver, and Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson should be able to take advantage of Cobb's ability to work downfield from an inside alignment. The 29-year-old has agreed to a three-year, $27 million contract, joining Will Fuller and Kenny Stills in a receiving corps that recently lost DeAndre Hopkins to the Cardinals.

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    • Antonio Brown NE WR
      Antonio Brown: Not wanted in Tampa
      2d ago

      Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians said Brown wouldn't be a fit with the team, ESPN.com's Jenna Laine reports.

      Tom Brady reportedly had interest in bringing Brown to his next NFL stop, but Arians was quick to shut down the rumors, noting that he knows the wide receiver (from their time together in Pittsburgh) and doesn't think he'd be a good fit in the Bucs' locker room. It isn't even clear that Brown will be allowed to play in the NFL in 2020, due to his recent track record of off-field problems, per Chris Cwik of Yahoo Sports. The 31-year-old wide receiver made one appearance for the Patriots in 2019.

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    • Terry Godwin 2005 WR
      Jaguars' Terry Godwin: Earns deal with Jacksonville
      3d ago

      Godwin inked a contract with the Jaguars on Thursday.

      Godwin spent much of the 2019 season on the Jaguars' practice squad and earned another shot. Originally a seventh-round pick by Carolina in 2019, Godwin racked up 133 catches for 1,788 yards in his career at Georgia. He'll likely be battling for a spot on the active roster in 2020 during training camp.

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    • Eric Tomlinson LV TE
      Giants' Eric Tomlinson: Rejoins Giants
      22h ago

      Tomlinson signed a contract with the Giants on Saturday, Paul Schwartz of the New York Post reports.

      Tomlinson spent time on four teams in 2019 -- including the Giants -- and totaled one catch for one yard in eight games. The 27-year-old figures to be fighting for a roster spot as a reserve tight end come training camp.

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    • Zach Ertz PHI TE
      Eagles' Zach Ertz: Eagles exercise 2021 option
      2d ago

      Philadelphia picked up Ertz's (rib/kidney) contract option for 2021 on Friday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.

      The news isn't a major surpise as the 29-year-old is set to earn $8 million and $8.5 million over the next two seasons, but the move officially puts him on the books for 2021. Ertz sustained a cracked rib and lacerated kidney Week 16 and missed the regular-season finale, but he returned to play 61 offensive snaps in the team's wild-card loss to the Seahawks. He finished the season with 88 catches for 916 yards and six touchdowns in 2019, and he'll enter next season as a top target for quarterback Carson Wentz.

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    • Khari Lee ATL TE
      Falcons' Khari Lee: Inks one-year deal in Atlanta
      4d ago

      Lee signed a one-year contract with the Falcons on Wednesday, Matthew Tabeek of Atlanta's official site reports.

      Lee will get the chance to compete for a reserve tight end job with Atlanta following a stint in the XFL with the DC Defenders. He recorded eight catches for 91 yards and two touchdowns before the XFL cancelled its season earlier this month.

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    • Donald Parham WAS TE
      Chargers' Donald Parham: Lands in Los Angeles
      4d ago

      Parham agreed Wednesday with the Chargers on a two-year contract, Daniel Popper of The Athletic reports.

      Parham's most recent professional action came earlier this year with the XFL's Dallas Renegades , with the tight end logging 24 catches for 307 yards and four touchdowns across five contests. He also spent time with Washington last offseason after signing with the team as an undrafted free agent. On the heels of his dominant showing in the XFL, Parham could have a better chance at making his NFL debut with the Chargers in 2020.

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    • Blake Bell KC TE
      Cowboys' Blake Bell: Heads to Dallas
      4d ago

      Bell agreed to a deal with the Cowboys on Wednesday, Todd Archer of ESPN.com reports.

      Bell has played for four different teams since he was taken in the fourth round of the 2015 NFL Draft, most recently serving as the No. 2 tight end for Kansas City in 2019. With 38 receptions in 65 career regular-season games, Bell shouldn't pose much of a threat to Blake Jarwin.

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    • Tyler Eifert CIN TE
      Jaguars' Tyler Eifert: Officially signs with Jacksonville
      5d ago

      Eifert agreed to terms on a two-year contract with the Jaguars on Tuesday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.

      Eifert was rumored to be in talks with the Jaguars earlier in the day, and the two sides did in fact come to an agreement. The veteran will reunite with his former offensive coordinator Jay Gruden, who was on the staff in Cincinnati from 2011-13. A part-time role limited Eifert's production to a 43-436-3 line on 63 targets last season, but the reduced snaps at least kept him healthy for a full 16-game schedule for the first time in his career. With fellow tight ends James O'Shaughnessy (knee) and Josh Oliver (back) both coming off season-ending injuries, Eifert could certainly be in the mix for a starting role in 2020.

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    • Kai Forbath DAL K
      Cowboys' Kai Forbath: Facing job competition
      2d ago

      The Cowboys signed Greg Zuerlein to challenge Forbath for the placekicker job, Patrik Walker of CBS Sports reports.

      A three-year, $7.5 million contract makes Zuerlein the presumptive favorite, even though Forbath converted each of his 10 field-goal attempts and each of his 10 PATs in three games with the Cowboys late last season. Forbath owns the superior mark for career field-goal percentage (86.8), but Zuerlein has the bigger leg and the bigger contract.

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    • Greg Zuerlein LAR K
      Cowboys' Greg Zuerlein: Exits LA for Dallas
      2d ago

      Zuerlein has reached agreement on a three-year, $7.5 million contract with the Cowboys, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports.

      Coming off a down season with nine missed field goals, Zuerlein will settle for a contract that leaves him outside the top tier at his position, and he may even need to compete with Kai Forbath -- who recently signed a one-year contract -- for the placekicking job. Zuerlein, the presumptive favorite, still has plenty of leg strength, as evidenced by his five conversions from 50-plus yards for the Rams last season. The 32-year-old primarily struggled on medium-distance kicks, going 5-of-11 in the 40-49 range. The winner between Zuerlein and Forbath should be useful for fantasy purposes, considering Dallas led the NFL in yards (6,904) and field-goal attempts (40) last year.

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    • Stephen Gostkowski NE K
      Stephen Gostkowski: Let go by Patriots
      6d ago

      The Patriots will release Gostkowski (hip), Jim McBride of The Boston Globe reports.

      When healthy, Gostkowski was entrenched as the Patriots' kicker since he was selected in the fourth round of the 2006 NFL Draft. A hip injury limited the 36-year-old to four games last season, however. Per Doug Kyed of NESN.com, with Gostkowski on the way out, Matthew Slater is now the longest-tenured player on the Patriots.

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    • Dan Bailey MIN K
      Vikings' Dan Bailey: Back with Vikings
      10d ago

      The Vikings re-signed Bailey on Thursday, Lindsey Young of the team's official site reports.

      Bailey was hit-and-miss in 2018, connecting on 21 of 28 field-goal attempts, but his accuracy returned last season when he went awry on just two of his 29 such kicks. Overall, he ranks fourth in NFL history with a 93.1 percent success rate on field goals, so he should continue to remain a viable kicker option in support of a Kirk Cousins-led offense.

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    • Kai Forbath DAL K
      Cowboys' Kai Forbath: Sticks in Dallas
      11d ago

      The Cowboys re-signed Forbath on Wednesday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

      After getting a one-game audition with the Patriots during Stephen Gostkowski's (hip) absence, Forbath served as the Cowboys' kicker for the final three games of the season. Overall, he didn't miss a kick with the latter organization, making all 10 field-goal attempts and all 10 point-after tries. While the three-game sample size is small, he may not have much, if any, competition for the gig in Dallas in 2020.

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    • Zane Gonzalez ARI K
      Cardinals' Zane Gonzalez: Receives second-round tender
      13d ago

      The Cardinals applied a second-round tender to Gonzalez on Monday, Bob McManaman of The Arizona Republic reports.

      The 24-year-old converted 31 of 35 field-goal attempts and 34 of 35 extra-point attempts in 2019, finishing the season fourth in the NFL in points. Gonzalez is a restricted free agent and can still receive an offer sheet from interested teams, but it's unlikely any are willing to fork up a second-round pick.

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    • Emmanuel Ogbah KC DE
      Dolphins' Emmanuel Ogbah: Cleared from injury
      2h ago

      Ogbah (pectoral) said Thursday that he's been cleared to resume workouts, Cameron Wolfe of ESPN.com reports.

      Ogbah missed the final six games of the 2019 regular season with Kansas City due to a torn pectoral injury he suffered in Week 10. The 26-year-old has been a consistent threat in the pass rush since coming into the league in 2016, earning 18 sacks over 50 career games. Now healthy, he's one of a few offseason additions for the Dolphins in a defensive overhaul heading into 2020.

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    • Ronald Darby PHI CB
      Redskins' Ronald Darby: Staying in NFC East
      6h ago

      Darby (hip) inked a one-year, $4 million deal with the Redskins on Sunday, Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com reports.

      Darby battled injuries for the Eagles last season, suiting up in 11 games as a starter, racking up 37 tackles (34 solo), two interceptions and 11 pass breakups. The 26-year-old missed the final two games of 2019 with a hip strain, and his timetable to return remains unclear. New head coach Ron Rivera has long been a fan of Darby, so he will likely battle for the starting cornerback spot that was vacated when the team traded Quinton Dunbar (hamstring) to Seattle.

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    • Rolan Milligan IND DB
      Colts' Rolan Milligan: Back with Colts
      8h ago

      Milligan (foot) signed a one-year contract with Indianapolis on Saturday.

      Milligan suited up in 11 games with the Colts in 2019 before he was placed on injured reserve following Week 15 with a foot injury. The 25-year-old played a depth role last season, logging 15 tackles (11 solo) on defense and special teams. He'll likely assume that same role for the team heading into the 2020 season.

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    • Dre'Mont Jones DEN DT
      Broncos' Dre'Mont Jones: Likely to remain a backup
      1d ago

      The Broncos' resigning of veteran Shelby Harris places Jones' presumed starting role in doubt for 2020, Mike Klis of 9News Denver reports.

      Jones was a favorite of head coach Vic Fangio's heading into the 2019 draft and all signs pointed to him entering the starting lineup in 2020 opposite Jurrell Casey with the presumed departures of Harris and Derek Wolfe. Harris' return throws a wrench into the works. Klis floats the potential of Jones starting alongside Harris and Casey while nose tackle Mike Purcell rotates in, but that leaves the team very undersized upfront -- something that led to a poor performance against the run early in 2019. The most likely scenario, pending further additions to the line, is Purcell starting in the middle bracketed by Casey and Harris. Jones should get more action in 2020 than he did in 2019 as he's groomed for a starting role, and he may even supplant Harris at some point, but Harris' return should definitely eat into Jones' snaps.

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    • Shelby Harris DEN DE
      Broncos' Shelby Harris: Figures to return to first team
      1d ago

      Harris is likely to join Jurrell Casey and either Dre'Mont Jones or Mike Purcell in the starting lineup, Mike Klis of 9News Denver reports.

      Harris' return, and at a discounted rate, is a bit of a shock considering his six sacks and nine passes defensed -- a league high for defensive linemen -- in 2019. He'll return to a lineup that has lost veteran Derek Wolfe and replaced him with Casey, a perennial Pro Bowler. Klis floats the idea of starting Harris at, presumably, nose tackle between Casey and Jones. That seems unrealistic considering how the Broncos were gashed by the run early last season with the undersized Harris at nose tackle. The most likely scenario at this juncture is Casey and Harris on either side of Purcell, with Jones spelling both Casey and Harris with relative frequency, potentially leading to fewer snaps in 2020 than Harris enjoyed in 2019.

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    • Derek Wolfe DEN DE
      Ravens' Derek Wolfe: Nabs one-year deal from Ravens
      1d ago

      Wolfe (elbow) and the Ravens have agreed to terms on a one-year contract worth up to $6 million, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

      Wolfe finished out the 2019 season on injured reserve after suffering a dislocated elbow in Week 13. When he was on the field, Wolfe turned in one of the better statistical campaigns of his career, posting a career-best seven sacks to go along with a forced fumble and 34 tackles (23 solo). Wolfe seems bound for the starting spot vacated after Michael Brockers' deal with the Ravens fell through earlier this week.

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