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Mike Wallace: New offense is 'my style'
by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(10:27 am ET) Dolphins receiver Mike Wallace, a disappointment last season after signing a $60 million contract, said the team's new offensive scheme fits his strengths, reports the Miami Herald.

“My style: Big-play offense,” Wallace said, referring to first-year coordinator Bill Lazor’s system. “I see Ryan [Tannehill is] excited about it. He’s called me about eight, nine times.

“I just want to make some plays for my team,” Wallace continued. “Go out and make some plays for my team and have a much better year than last year. We can't have the kind of year we had last year. We need to be on the same page.”

Wallace caught a career-high 73 passes last season, but set career lows in yards per catch (12.7) and touchdowns (5).


Champ Bailey has shot at starting job
by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(10:16 am ET) New Saints cornerback Champ Bailey will compete for the starting spot opposite Keenan Lewis, reports ESPN.com. Bailey, 35, will battle youngsters Corey White, Patrick Robinson and others.

A 12-time Pro Bowler, Bailey said he's "not trying to prove anything to anybody but myself and my teammates. That's all I've got to do.”

A foot injury limited Bailey to five games with the Broncos last year.


Seahawks, Richard Sherman closing in on deal
by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(10:08 am ET) The Seahawks and Richard Sherman have "made considerable progress" on a longterm deal that would make Sherman the league's highest-paid cornerback, reports CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora. The sides hope to complete the agreement by the draft.

Sherman, 26, is entering the final year of his contract.


Eli Manning ready for new offense
by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer
(10:06 am ET) Giant quarterback Eli Manning said the offense will definitely look different in 2014 with new offensive coordinato Ben McAdoo, reports the Newark Star-Ledger. McAdoo comes to the Giants from Green Bay.

"I think it will be similar to what they did in Green Bay," Manning said Tuesday while sporting a walking boot fresh off ankle surgery. "That's where Ben came from, so I think it will be pretty similar to that offense. ... I've never been in a West Coast offense, so I don't know if it's exactly a West Coast or a form of it, or anything at all like it. I think it has some tendencies to it, the protections and stuff, but every offense has it's own little dial and uniqueness that makes it work."


Rolando McClain back on reserve-retired list
by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer
(10:00 am ET) The Ravens made it official, placing middle linebacker Rolando McClain on the reserve-retired list again, reports the Baltimore Sun.

McClain announced his retirement Monday. It's the second time in the past year that McClain has retired and that the Ravens have designated him on the reserve-retired list.

That means the Ravens retain his rights should he change his mind.


Doug Baldwin has yet to sign tender
by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer
(9:57 am ET) Seahawks receiver Doug Baldwin is working out with his teammates during voluntary sessions even though he is not under contract, reports the Seattle Times.

Baldwin has yet to sign the second-round contract tender he was handed by the team in March, which would pay him $2.1 million in 2014 and then make him an unrestricted free agent after the season. Baldwin is currently a restricted free agent.

He said he signed a clearance waiver to attend the current workouts. His goal is to remain with the Seahawks "for a long time," and that he hopes to work out something soon. However, he said he has had no real talks with the team yet about an extension beyond 2014.


Philbin likes Knowshon Moreno's versatility
by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer
(9:50 am ET) Dolphins coach Joe Philbin said Tuesday he likes new running back Knowshon Moreno's "versatility and multiple skill set," reports the Miami Herald.

Moreno signed with the Dolphins this offseason as a free agent from Denver. He is coming off a career season with 241 carries for 1,038 yards and 10 touchdowns and 60 catches for 548 yards and three touchdowns.


Chris Houston sidelined at Lions workouts
by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(9:46 am ET) Lions cornerback Chris Houston was sidelined during the team's offseason workouts because of a toe injury that kept him off the field toward the end of last season. 

"He is injured, there's no question about that," Caldwell said according to MLive.com. "Obviously his (lack of) participation is simply because of the fact he cannot do his job at this point."


Arthur Brown coming back stronger
by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(9:36 am ET) Ravens linebacker Arthur Brown is following through on a goal of putting on more muscle this offseason. Brown has added six pounds from working out on his own. 

"He's around 233 [pounds] I believe right now, so he's a little heavier than he was last year," strength and conditioning coach Bob Rogucki told the official team website. "He's done well from the time he was gone until now, so the sky is the limit for him. He's done his part, we've just got to continue on from there."

Brown is expected to start at the weakside linebacker spot for the Ravens this year. 


Kelechi Osemele's rehab going well
by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(9:33 am ET) The rehab for Ravens offensive lineman Kelechi Osemele is going well, the official team website reports. Osemele had back surgery last November but is on track for "a smooth return." 

Osemele is penciled in at one of the guard spots this season. 


 
 
 
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