Brice McCain: Waived by the Dolphins
Brice McCain was waived by the Dolphins on Friday, Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports.
McCain was waived after one year with the Dolphins. He had 39 tackles and one interception in 14 games this season.
Packers' Letroy Guion: Signs three-year extension
Letroy Guion signed a three-year extension with the Green Bay Packers on Friday, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.
Guion's three year extension could see him make up to $11.75 million and will keep him in green and gold until he is 31. The Packers have now locked up long-term deals with Guion and fellow defensive tackle Mike Daniels. This could be an indication that B.J. Raji, who is slated to become a free agent next month, is on his way out of Green Bay. Guion has four sacks and 65 tackles in his two seasons with the Packers.
Bills' Mario Williams: Finished in Buffalo?
By most people's perspective, Williams had a pathetic season where he produced only five sacks and somehow logged just 19 tackles over 15 games. He seemed to be constantly at odds with Ryan's defensive philosophy, to the point where a couple of younger teammates called out Williams' effort later in the season. The team can $12.9 million in salary cap space if they let Williams go, something that's starting to sound like more of a matter of when, not if.
Panthers' Thomas Davis: Will be unrestricted free agent
Thomas Davis ' (forearm) contract automatically voided Thursday, making him an unrestricted free agent as of March 15, the Charlotte Observer reports.
The stipulation was placed in the two-year deal that Davis signed last June, which served to spread out his signing bonus and dampen the salary cap hit. After playing valiantly through a broken right forearm in the Super Bowl, the soon-to-be 33-year-old will have to decide whether the risk of another serious injury is worth it. However, he cobbled together the second-most tackles on the Carolina Panthers in 2015 -- or 105, to be exact -- so the production is still in line with his history when healthy.
Bills' LeSean McCoy: Arrest warrant to be delayed
Philadelphia authorities likely won't issue arrest warrants until next week for LeSean McCoy (knee) and three others that were involved in an alleged assault of two off-duty police offices at a night club early Sunday morning, CSN Philadelphia reports.
The investigation by the District Attorney's office is "moving slowly for a reason," likely in order to put together as many of the pieces of the puzzle as possible. In addition to any legal concerns related to the incident, McCoy can be expected to face consequences from the NFL, but those will likely be delayed while the case works its way through the court system.
Raiders' Nate Allen: Resigns with Raiders
Allen resigns with the Raiders after being released by the team earlier this week. By releasing and resigning, the Raiders saved $5 million, as they avoided giving the safety the full guarantee of his last deal.
Panthers' Jerricho Cotchery: Set to hit free agency
Jerricho Cotchery will be a free agent in March, Joe Person of the Charlotte Observer reports.
The Carolina Panthers added a voidable year to Cotchery's contract to get some cap relief in 2015. The move will cost the team a $1.35 million cap hit in 2016, but it doesn't necessarily mean that Cotchery's tenure in Carolina will come to an end. Regardless, the 33-year-old wideout is long past his days of fantasy relevance.
Bengals' Vontaze Burfict: Loses appeal of 3-game suspension
Vontaze Burfict 's three-game suspension was upheld by appeals officer Derrick Brooks, ESPN's Dan Graziano reports.
As expected, Burfict will miss the first three games of the 2016 season due to repeated on-field incidents, culminating with his cheap shot on Antonio Brown in a playoff loss to the Steelers. He's an excellent player, but his value to the Cincinnati Bengals has been dampened by a combination of injuries and careless penalties. He has 14 unnecessary roughness flags and 401 tackles in 47 games through four seasons.
Patriots' Jerod Mayo: Unlikely to return under current contract
Jerod Mayo (pectoral) is unlikely to be back with the New England Patriots in 2016, CSN New England reports.
There's no chance Mayo will return under the terms of his current contract, but it wouldn't be all that surprising if he were to accept a pay cut to stay with the only team he's ever known. Either way, his days as a useful IDP are likely over, with the Patriots only viewing him as a two-down linebacker at this stage in his carer. Mayo also faces the challenge of recovering from a torn pectoral that he suffered during the playoffs.
Ravens' Breshad Perriman: Should be ready for offseason program
Breshad Perriman (knee) is expected to be ready for the offseason program, the Baltimore Ravens ' official website reports.
The 26th overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, Perriman missed his entire rookie season due to a series of issues with his right knee. He eventually had arthroscopic surgery at the end of September/beginning of October, and while the Ravens still held out hope for a 2015 debut, Perriman was ultimately placed on IR in mid-November. With Steve Smith (Achilles) recovering from an even more severe injury, Baltimore wants the lightning-fast Perriman to be a huge part of the offense in 2016.
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