Colts dump LaVon Brazill, sign Aaron Burks
Deadlines looming for Saints, Jimmy Graham
The website believes Graham will file the appeal hoping to get a better contract offer from the Saints. If no deal is reached and his appeal is denied, Graham will have to play the 2014 season under the $7 million franchise tag for tight ends, not the $12 million receiver tag he sought.
Andre Johnson's trade value a matter of disagreement
The Houston Chronicle asserted earlier Friday that the Texans won't trade Johnson.
D'Brickashaw Ferguson needs bounceback year
Ferguson has the highest salary cap figure on the team at $11.7 million.
Jordy Nelson, not Randall Cobb, is Packers' No. 1 receiver
Cobb plays the flanker or the slot. "He’s a guy who plays off the line of scrimmage and is used in a lot of strategic ways," the report said.
Colts have more trust in Coby Fleener
"One is a trust factor," Roberts told the team's website. "He grew and he challenged himself to make plays and he showed up, especially in big games."
After catching 26 passes for 281 yards and two touchdowns as a rookie, Fleener hauled in 52 passes for 608 yards and four scores last season. Both he and tight end Dwayne Allen, now recovered from a hip injury, are expected to be used heavily in 2014.
Giants weighing Odell Beckham's use as returner
But according to the New York Post, it's risky to put a prized first-round pick "in the line of fire in the return game." Given there's a good chance Beckham is heavily involved in the offense as a receiver, the team might opt against giving him "a steady diet" as a returner, the paper said.
Will Witherspoon: Kenny Britt will 'blossom into a star'
Britt, 25, is trying to resurrect his career after making just 11 catches last season with Tennessee.
Kai Forbath trying to stave off Zach Hocker
According to the Washington Post, Forbath has spent the offseason trying to improve on kickoffs. "That, and continued accuracy on field goals is the key to his job security," the paper said.
Four-way battle to back up Gronk
Four players are vying to back up
A five-year vet, Hoomanawanui is a 6-4, 260-pounder who "runs good routes over the middle but does not have the long speed to threaten a defense vertically down the seam," the paper said. He has caught 20 of 26 targets over the past two seasons, with one drop.
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