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Offseason 2018 - pijaca, dojave, suskanja , tracevi i ostalo

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Pernell McPhee - LB - Free Agent

Bears released OLB Pernell McPhee.
The Bears have also released S Quintin Demps. Together, the moves create $10.335 million in cap space. $7.075 million of that comes from McPhee, whose release is one of the least surprising of the offseason. Signed to a "five-year, $38.75 million" contract in 2015, McPhee struggled to stay healthy, appearing in just 36 games in three years as a Bear, generating a modest 14 sacks. 2018 will be his age-29 season. He'll have to settle for a low base contract as he looks for someone to take a second chance on him as a situational pass rusher.







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Quintin Demps - DB - Free Agent

Bears released S Quintin Demps.
Signed to a "three-year, $13.5 million" contract last March, Demps played only three games before landing on injured reserve with a broken arm. His release creates $3.26 million in cap space. Going on 33, Demps will be hunting for his fourth team in six years in free agency.







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Jarvis Landry - WR - Dolphins

ESPN's Adam Schefter reports "multiple sources" believe the Dolphins are hoping to trade franchise tagged WR Jarvis Landry.
The Dolphins are meeting with Landry's rep Wednesday at the Combine. The Miami Herald has reported it would be a "stunner" were Landry not to be dealt. We agree. The Dolphins have been telegraphing for a year that they did not want or expect to re-sign Landry. They would be nearly crippled in free agency by Landry's salary cap number under the franchise tag. The brain trust is clearly confident it can work out a trade







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Jerry Jones - C - Cowboys

The New York Times reports commissioner Roger Goodell is planning to fine Cowboys owner Jerry Jones "millions of dollars" for conduct detrimental to the league.
That conduct was Jones' "efforts to derail negotiations to renew Goodell’s contract," as well as his "outspoken defense" of Ezekiel Elliott. Per reporter Ken Belson, Goodell has been "reluctant to be seen as exacting retribution for the way Jones tried to sabotage his contract talks," but was "urged to bring the penalties by several owners who believed that Jones had crossed an unspoken boundary by threatening his colleagues." Jones has indeed spent most of the past year publicly bellowing about the league's boss. Expect a torrent of lawsuits and recriminations to follow.







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Pernell McPhee - LB - Free Agent

Bears released OLB Pernell McPhee.
The Bears have also released S Quintin Demps. Together, the moves create $10.335 million in cap space. $7.075 million of that comes from McPhee, whose release is one of the least surprising of the offseason. Signed to a "five-year, $38.75 million" contract in 2015, McPhee struggled to stay healthy, appearing in just 36 games in three years as a Bear, generating a modest 14 sacks. 2018 will be his age-29 season. He'll have to settle for a low base contract as he looks for someone to take a second chance on him as a situational pass rusher.

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Rams acquired CB Marcus Peters from the Chiefs in exchange for a 2018 fourth-round pick and 2019 second-round pick.
It took three days, but we finally know what the Chiefs are getting in exchange for their (former) 25-year-old No. 1 corner. It's not a complete giveaway, but it's a no-brainer price for the Rams, who are getting a proven high-level talent at the NFL level instead of taking two draft dart throws. A difficult personality, Peters had worn out his welcome in Kansas City but continued to perform as one of the league's better corners in 2017. He arrives in Los Angeles as the Rams' clear-cut No. 1 corner. The move all but confirms the Rams will let Trumaine Johnson walk in free agency. Peters is technically headed into the final year of his rookie contr

Chiefs trade CB Marcus Peters and 2018 sixth-round pick to LA for 2019 second-round pick and 2018 fourth-round pick, per league sources.







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Kirk Cousins - QB - Redskins

Pro Football Talk reports Kirk Cousins is not expected to agree to terms during the two-day negotiating period.
PFT adds the quarterback is expected "to take one or more visits" before making his decision. Those visits cannot begin until the league year opens on March 14. Since the rest of the quarterback market likely depends on where Cousins ends up and how much money he makes, it could be stalled for several days. The Vikings have emerged as the favorite to land Cousins, but the Jets and Broncos are also in the mix.







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Teddy Bridgewater - QB - Vikings

NFL spokesperson Brian McCarthy said Teddy Bridgewater's free agency status has yet to be determined.
This contradicts a report from NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, who said Bridgewater is expected to be a free agent. The quarterback's status is in question because he spent the first six games of 2017, his contract year, on the PUP list, a situation which should cause his contract to toll. The Vikings reportedly will not argue it should have tolled, however, making it likely Bridgewater will be ruled a free agent. McCarthy said the issue should be resolved "in the next few weeks." Free agency opens in 15 days.







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Kyle Fuller - DB - Bears

The Chicago Tribune's Brad Biggs believes the franchise tag "is in play" for Bears impending free agent CB Kyle Fuller.
A first-round pick in 2014, Fuller would still be under contract if the Bears had picked up his fifth-year option, but they understandably declined it last spring after Fuller missed all of 2016 with a knee injury the coaching staff seemed to think he could have played through. Fuller responded with a career year in 2017, putting the Bears in a tough spot. He is going to get paid if Chicago lets him hit the open market, but they are likely wary of giving him a long-term deal. The tag may end up being their best option.







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Dion Lewis - RB - Patriots

Speaking on The Adam Schefter Podcast, impending free agent Dion Lewis said he wants to "make sure that I'm valued."
When asked about re-signing with the Patriots, Lewis said, "We'll see," before waffling for a couple minutes. "I hope it can work out," Lewis added. "But at the same time, I'm not putting all of my eggs in one basket. I know how the team likes to handle their business, and as a running back, you've got to make the most of your opportunity." It certainly sounds like Lewis is, rightfully, looking to get paid, and New England's history with running backs suggests that contract is not going to come from the Patriots. Assuming Le'Veon Bell does not hit the open market, Lewis will be the best running back available.







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Chris Ivory - RB - Free Agent

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports free agent RB Chris Ivory visited the Bills on Monday.
Released by the Jaguars last week, Ivory is wasting no time getting his free agency tour going. Rapoport reports the running back "has considerable interest" and "will take a few visits." Turning 30 at the end of March, Ivory is probably not going to find a starting job, but he can be a solid backup and change-of-pace option, something the Bills desperately need behind LeSean McCoy.







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Bills CB Vontae Davis's one-year contract includes $3.5 million guaranteed.
Davis' base salary is $5 million. He can earn up to $8 million through incentives. The $3.5 million guaranteed all but assures Davis of making the 53-man roster and collecting his full $5 million salary. Provided he's over the groin injury that marred his 2017 in Indianapolis, Davis should earn a starting job opposite Tre'Davious White.







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Randy Gregory - DL - Cowboys

Cowboys EVP Stephen Jones says the team is taking a "worst-case scenario" outlook with suspended DE Randy Gregory.
Jones essentially said the Cowboys will believe Gregory is back when they see it. The No. 60 overall pick of the 2015 draft has missed all but two games with suspension over the past two seasons. He is eligible to apply for reinstatement this offseason and is expected to do so.







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The Cowboys will meet with contract-year RG Zack Martin's player rep at the Combine.
Martin is due $9.341 million in the final year of his rookie contract. The No. 16 overall pick of the 2014 draft, Martin has never missed a game. He is one of the league's truly elite guards.







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Ezekiel Ansah - DL - Lions
Lions assigned the franchise tag to DE Ezekiel Ansah.
The tag is worth roughly $17.5 million for defensive ends. Coming off an injury-ruined 2016 where he tallied just two sacks, Ansah rebounded for 12 in 2017. He was still inconsistent, racking up his sacks in bunches while disappearing for long stretches. The No. 5 overall pick of the 2013 draft turns 29 in May. The sides have until July 16 to work out a long-term agreement. The Lions could be content to pay Ansah for one more year then let him walk ahead of his age-30 campaign.







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Aaron Rodgers - QB - Packers
Packers president Mark Murphy said the team is working on an extension for Aaron Rodgers.

Rodgers became the league's highest-paid player when he signed a five-year, $110 million extension in 2013. He has since outplayed that deal and is now the sixth-highest-paid quarterback. The expectation is Rodgers' new deal will surpass the $27.5 million per year that Jimmy Garoppolo got from the 49ers earlier this year. Rodgers is still technically in his prime at 34 years old.







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Orlando Scandrick - DB - Cowboys
Cowboys EVP Stephen Jones said the team will likely release or trade CB Orlando Scandrick.

Scandrick turned 31 earlier this month. Announcing a player will either be cut or traded would seem to wash away any trade leverage the team had, so expect Scandrick to eventually be released. Scandrick has two years left on his deal and cutting him would save just $1.4 million against the cap, leaving $3.88 million in dead money. Making him a post-June 1 cut, the Cowboys would save $3 million against the cap in 2018 and spread the dead-money hit over the next two years. Scandrick's play fell off last year before a back injury in December.







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Michael Crabtree - WR - Raiders
The Athletic's Vic Tafur reports the Raiders will bring back Michael Crabtree for the 2018 season.

Crabtree's $7.5 million in salary and bonuses isn't guaranteed, but new coach Jon Gruden met with the receiver and is going to give him a clean slate after Crabtree butted heads with Jack Del Rio's staff last season. Crabtree will turn 31 in September and has never had good speed. However, Crabtree wins with vise-grip hands and an ability to get open. It's a smart move by Oakland.







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Trumaine Johnson - DB - Rams
Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline reports impending free agent CB Trumaine Johnson is the Raiders' "No. 1 target."

Johnson isn't going back to the Rams after they traded for Marcus Peters. 28-year-old Johnson will get his first bite at free agency after getting franchise-tagged each of the previous two seasons. He'll be the No. 1 corner on the market and should have a variety of suitors. The Raiders are planning to overhaul their cornerback room and have already cut David Amerson, with Sean Smith likely next on the chopping block. Johnson (6'2/213) is a prime press-man corner.







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Andrew Norwell - G - Panthers
Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline reports the Giants are expected to "make a concerted effort" to sign impending free agent OG Andrew Norwell.

The dots connect easily here. New York is desperate for offensive-line help, and Norwell was signed as an UDFA in Carolina by new Giants GM Dave Gettleman. 26-year-old Norwell figures to be one of the hottest names on the market in two weeks and could reset the guard market after the Browns made Kevin Zeitler the league's highest-paid guard as a free agent last offseason. Norwell isn't expected to re-sign in Carolina with so much money tied up in the Panthers' line.







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Weston Richburg - C - Giants
Draft Analyst's Tony Pauline reports the Jets and impending free agent C/G Weston Richburg have mutual interest.

According to Pauline, this "is something both sides want to happen," and the Giants are "unlikely" to re-sign their starting center. It would create yet another gaping hole on the Giants' offensive line, a place new GM Dave Gettleman has his work cut out for him. Richburg turns 27 this summer and can play either guard or center. He's Rotoworld's Evan Silva's No. 2 free agent interior lineman.
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