Trevone Boykin
Seahawks' Trevone Boykin: Arrested Monday morning
Trevone Boykin, QB, SEA
9:54 AM
News: Boykin was arrested Monday morning on charges of suspicion of possession of marijuana and public intoxication, Eline de Bruijn of The Dallas Morning News reports.

Boykin, who starred at TCU in college, was back in Dallas when a car he was riding in crashed into a bar and injured five people. Although Boykin was a passenger in the vehicle, he was still arrested and taken to a local jail. Not only will Boykin's legal situation now have to play out, but he could also face league discipline for his alleged role in Monday's incident.

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Kirk Cousins
Redskins' Kirk Cousins: Still no trade talks
Kirk Cousins, QB, WAS
8:24 AM
News: Redskins president Bruce Allen said the team hasn't discussed trading Cousins, CSN Mid-Atlantic reports. "I can't keep up with the rumors," Allen said. "Kirk and I have talked almost a dozen times this offseason, and we get to laugh when we hear these different rumors. We haven't talked to anyone."

The Redskins used the franchise tag on Cousins for a second straight offseason, which led to rumors the team could trade him if negotiations on a long-term deal weren't going well. The two sides have until July 15 to reach an agreement, and even if nothing comes to pass, it seems the Redskins would rather risk losing Cousins without compensation next offseason than deal him now and essentially give up their chances of competing in 2017. Meanwhile, the team lost aging wideouts DeSean Jackson and Pierre Garcon in free agency, but then acted quickly to sign Terrelle Pryor to a one-year, $8 million deal. The team also added Brian Quick, who provides some insurance for 2016 first-round selection Josh Doctson. Washington's backfield looks to be the weak point of the offense, but the upcoming draft could take care of that, featuring a slew of running backs with early-round potential.

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Deiondre' Hall
Bears' Deiondre' Hall: Arrested Saturday night
Deiondre' Hall, CB, CHI
3/26/2017
News: Hall was arrested Saturday night after a disturbance at a local bar, the Chicago Tribune reports.

Hall was accompanied by Packers CB Makinton Dorleant and ultimately charged with three misdemeanor counts of for public intoxication, disorderly conduct, and interference. We'll wait and see if the league decides to dish out a punishment.

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Le'Veon Bell
Steelers' Le'Veon Bell: Doesn't have timetable at moment
Le'Veon Bell, RB, PIT
3/26/2017
News: Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert said the team does not have a rehab timetable for Bell (groin), the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's Gerry Dulac reports. "Our goal is to have [Bell] 100 percent for the 2017 season," Colbert said.

Bell had surgery March 13 to repair the core muscle injury that left him sidelined for most of the AFC Championship Game. He also received the Steelers' franchise tag earlier this offseason, with the two sides hoping to reach a long-term agreement while Bell recovers from his surgery. There's still plenty of time before the July 15 deadline, and Bell's rehab process isn't expected to interfere with his Week 1 availability. While the current injury shouldn't have too much impact on negotiations, the Steelers can't ignore that their star running back has missed 20 of a possible 70 games since entering the league in 2013.

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Theo Riddick
Lions' Theo Riddick: Recovering from surgery on both wrists
Theo Riddick, RB, DET
3/26/2017
News: Riddick had surgery on both wrists late last season, the Detroit Free Press reports.

Riddick missed the final four games of the season with a wrist injury, but it was never revealed if he had surgery. While it turns out he actually needed procedures on both wrists, Riddick is still expected to be a full participant when organized team activities begin later this spring. Backfield mate Ameer Abdullah (foot) has already been fully cleared to return, but even with him and Riddick both expected to be healthy, the Lions are rumored to have interest in drafting a running back.

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Timmy Jernigan
Ravens' Timmy Jernigan: Could be available in trade
Timmy Jernigan, DE, BAL
3/26/2017
News: The Ravens may consider trading Jernigan, who is preparing for the final season of his rookie contract, ESPN.com reports.

The perennially cap-strapped Ravens have invested a lot in other parts of their defense, most recently giving out huge contracts to NT Brandon Williams and S Tony Jefferson. The 48th overall selection in the 2014 draft, Jernigan may have priced himself out of the team's range with his solid play the past two years. He's recorded either four or five sacks in each of his three seasons while also providing a strong presence against the run the past two campaigns.

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Johnathan Hankins
Johnathan Hankins: Could stay with Giants
Johnathan Hankins, DT, NYG
3/26/2017
News: Hankins could still re-sign with the Giants, NJ.com reports.

With the exception of Baltimore's Brandon Williams, the market for defensive tackles hasn't quite shaped up the way many players were hoping. Hankins ultimately may have to settle for an annual salary far lower than what he was expecting, or else accept a one-year contract similar to the one Dontari Poe signed with Atlanta. He may have thought he'd priced himself out of the Giants' range, but it now appears Hankins could stick with the team for at least one more year. He's arguably the top interior lineman left on the market.

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Cam Newton
Panthers' Cam Newton: Expected to be ready by Week 1
Cam Newton, QB, CAR
3/26/2017
News: Panthers head coach Ron Rivera said he has no doubt Newton (shoulder) will be ready for the season opener, NFL.com reports.

The Panthers entered this offseason with the expectation Newton would avoid surgery on his partially torn right rotator cuff, but he's now scheduled to have an arthroscopic procedure March 30. He's tentatively scheduled to begin an individual throwing program 12 weeks after the surgery, with a return to throwing in a team setting expected at the 16-week mark. The timeline rules him out for the offseason program and leaves his training camp availability in serious question, but it should allow the 27-year-old quarterback to be ready by Week 1.

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Brock Osweiler
Browns' Brock Osweiler: Could stay with Browns
Brock Osweiler, QB, CLE
3/26/2017
News: Browns head coach Hue Jackson said he is preparing for the upcoming season as if Osweiler will be on the roster, NFL.com reports.

A previous report suggested the Browns don't plan to keep Osweiler, who was acquired along with a second-round draft pick in a trade designed to free up cap space for the Texans. The 26-year-old didn't look like starting material in his one-year stint in Houston, but he would at least provide some veteran competition for second-year players Cody Kessler and Kevin Hogan, the other two quarterbacks currently on Cleveland's roster. The Browns might still acquire another veteran or use a draft pick on a quarterback, but if not, it would make sense to at least give Osweiler a brief look during offseason workouts before making a final decision.

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Zach Brown
Zach Brown: Deciding between Oakland and Miami
Zach Brown, ILB, BUF
3/26/2017
News: Brown is believed to be deciding between the Raiders and Dolphins, The Miami Herald reports.

Brown visited with the Raiders and Dolphins, then went back to Buffalo to explore a reunion with the Bills. He apparently didn't like what he heard in Buffalo, narrowing his decision down to the other two teams. With contract offers falling shy of what he expected, Brown might consider taking a one-year deal that allows him to hit the market again next offseason, even though he just enjoyed a breakout 2016 campaign with 149 tackles (97 solo) and four sacks.

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