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  • Moritz Boehringer signs rookie deal with MIN
    Vikings signed sixth-round WR Moritz Boehringer to a four-year contract.

    Advice: He's the first rookie to sign his contract. It's become a rudimentary thing to this point, as each pick has an amount slotted to it. Last year's No. 180 overall pick, Jaguars DT Michael Bennett, inked a deal worth a little more than $2.418 million. Boehringer will be a fascinating player to watch this summer. Rotoworld.com Today, 6:02 pm
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  • Jets GM Maccagnan doesn't mention QB Petty
    Jets GM Mike Maccagnan didn't mention second-year QB Bryce Petty when discussing the team's quarterback plans for 2016.

    Advice: "Hopefully if we can re-sign Ryan (Fitzpatrick) and we have Geno (Smith), kind of go from there and see how we do," Maccagnan said. He also wouldn't rule out playing rookie Christian Hackenberg this season. If the Jets get Fitzpatrick back in the fold, and keep Smith, then that leaves no room for Petty, whom the Jets used the No. 103 overall pick on just last year. Rotoworld.com Today, 3:51 pm
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  • Bills declining Manuel's gargantuan option
    The Bills declined E.J. Manuel's 2017 fifth-year option.

    Advice: This was an easy call. Manuel would've been in line for over $11.3 million in 2017 if the Bills had exercised the team option. Rookie Cardale Jones will give Manuel a run for No. 2 duties this season and very likely will take over as the direct backup next year. Manuel is more of a $3-5 million player. Rotoworld.com Today, 3:38 pm
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  • Pete Carroll talks up Vannett
    Seahawks coach Pete Carroll called third-round pick Nick Vannett "the best Y tight end in the draft."

    Advice: The "Y" position is an in-line tight end. In Seattle, Vannett provides insurance behind Jimmy Graham (knee) and Luke Willson, though they are both more "F" tight ends -- particularly Graham. The "Y" tight end has never had fantasy value in the Seahawks' offense. Vannett's Dynasty outlook is bleak. Rotoworld.com Today, 1:58 pm
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  • Rams pick up Austin & Ogletree's option years
    The Rams have exercised Tavon Austin's fifth-year team option for 2017.

    Advice: They've done the same with MLB Alec Ogletree. Austin has never lived up to his billing as the No. 8 overall pick of the 2013 draft, but has steadily come on as a playmaker. He is dangerous with the ball in his hands. The option is worth over $12 million, something the Rams might very well decide is too much. Option years are guaranteed for injury only. Austin has been durable despite his pint size (5-foot-8, 176 pounds). Rotoworld.com Today, 11:21 am
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  • Vikes decline Cordarrelle Patterson's option
    The Vikings have declined Cordarrelle Patterson's fifth-year team option for 2017.

    Advice: It's a no-brainer. Patterson has 863 receiving yards in three years, catching all of two passes in 2015. He's amongst the league's most dangerous players on kick returns, but if he's back with the Vikings after this season, it will be at a fraction of what the option would have cost. Rotoworld.com Today, 10:38 am
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  • Schneider confirms Prosise is 3rd-down back
    Seahawks GM John Schneider confirmed the team plans to use third-round RB C.J. Prosise as a passing-down back.

    Advice: Both Thomas Rawls and Christine Michael do not bring much in the passing game, so Prosise, a former receiver, will be asked to do the heavy lifting. Prosise should play a similar role to the one Fred Jackson filled last year, a role which netted Jackson just 58 touches. Prosise has the upside to be a three-down contributor, but the plan will be to limit his touches as a rookie. Rotoworld.com Today, 10:09 am
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  • Bucs 'believe' in sophomore WR Kenny Bell
    The Tampa Bay Tribune's Roy Cummings said the Bucs "believe" in second-year WR Kenny Bell.

    Advice: Bell missed his entire rookie season with a hamstring injury, but he boasts 4.4 speed and a highly-productive college resume. More talented than Louis Murphy, Adam Humphries, and Donteea Dye, Bell will be the favorite for Tampa's No. 3 receiver job if he can master the playbook. Rotoworld.com Today, 9:05 am
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  • Bucs release K Connor Barth after draft
    Bucs released K Connor Barth.

    Advice: This was expected after Tampa traded up in the second round to take Florida State K Roberto Aguayo. Barth was 23-of-28 on field goal attempts last season and 25-of-26 on extra points. He should find another home before training camp. Rotoworld.com Today, 9:00 am
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  • Kubiak likes Lynch's ability on the move
    Broncos coach Gary Kubiak praised first-round QB Paxton Lynch's ability to make plays on the move.

    Advice: "When I watch him on film, the thing that’s really exciting is that this guy extends plays," Kubiak said. "It’s really hard in this business to coach guys to keep their eyes down the field when they’re moving, and this guy does a great job of that." Kubiak likes to move the pocket and utilize bootlegs at much as any offensive mind in the league, and Lynch should fit those play designs perfectly. Mark Sanchez will likely open Week 1 under center, but Lynch will almost certainly make starts this season. Rotoworld.com Today, 8:38 am
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  • Mularkey: DeMarco 'loved' Henry selection
    Titans coach Mike Mularkey said DeMarco Murray "loved" the selection of Derrick Henry in the second round of the NFL draft.

    Advice: Mularkey spoke with Murray immediately after the Titans made the pick. "I told DeMarco, ‘Nothing has changed since we made the trade for you. You’re still going to be the guy who is going to carry the load for us,'" Mularkey said. Considering how "well" Murray handled challenges to his workload in Philadelphia last season, there is no way this could go poorly. Rotoworld.com Today, 7:40 am
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  • Devin Hester (toe) still not cleared to run
    Falcons KR/WR Devin Hester (toe) has not been cleared to run.

    Advice: Hester was limited to five games last season because of two broken sesamoid bones in his right big toe. He had surgery to repair the issue in January. Hester should be ready for training camp, but his spot on the roster is anything but secure, especially with the new kickoff rules hurting the value of return men. Rotoworld.com Today, 7:35 am
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  • Garoppolo could be traded next offseason?
    Mass Live's Kevin Duffy believes Jimmy Garoppolo could be traded next offseason.

    Advice: With just two years left on his deal and third-round pick Jacoby Brissett now waiting in the wings, it is not crazy to think the Patriots move on from Garoppolo next offseason, especially if he shows well during Tom Brady's suspension. Drafting and developing quarterbacks to eventually trade away has become a specialty of New England during the Brady era, and it seems likely Garoppolo will be the next in that line. Rotoworld.com Today, 7:16 am
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  • Rams were focused on upgrading around Goff
    Rams coach Jeff Fisher said upgrading the weapons around No. 1 overall pick Jared Goff was their priority in the draft.

    Advice: Upgrading one of the worst offenses in the league would have been a priority either way, but Goff's development depends partly on the weapons around him. The Rams tried to bolster those weapons by adding two tight ends and two receivers with four of their five non-Goff picks. All four players have serious question marks, but at least Los Angeles is attempting to address the lousy state of their skill positions outside of Todd Gurley. Rotoworld.com Today, 7:09 am
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  • Aaron Dobson a draft weekend loser?
    ESPN Patriots reporter Mike Reiss tabbed Aaron Dobson as one of the losers coming out of the NFL draft.

    Advice: Dobson was already on shaky ground after three ineffective and injury-plagued seasons, and it does not help his case the Patriots added two receivers in the draft, Malcolm Mitchell in the fourth round and Devin Lucien in the seventh. Mitchell, in particular, is well suited for the boundary role Dobson has flubbed during his time in New England. Dobson needs a healthy and strong offseason to even make the roster. Rotoworld.com Today, 6:56 am
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  • LeGarrette Blount sitting pretty after draft
    ESPN Patriots reporter Mike Reiss said LeGarrette Blount was one of the winners of the NFL draft.

    Advice: We would agree. Widely expected to add another back in the draft, the Patriots did not even address the position with their undrafted free agent haul. That leaves Blount in pole position for the "big-back" role in the offense. Newly-signed RB Donald Brown could also see more work than expected. Rotoworld.com Today, 6:51 am
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  • Alfred Morris says Dallas where he should be
    Alfred Morris said he has no regrets about signing with the Cowboys.

    Advice: "This is where I’m supposed to be and I’m excited about the opportunity here and looking forward to it," Morris said. Morris was poised for a big role in Dallas' offense after signing in late March, but the selection of Ezekiel Elliott with the No. 4 overall pick put that possibility to bed. As of now, Morris projects as an early-down breather back with very limited fantasy value. Rotoworld.com Today, 6:47 am
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  • Devontae Booker will 'push for playing time'
    ESPN Broncos reporter Jeff Legwold believes fourth-round RB Devontae Booker will "push for playing time."

    Advice: Despite matching the Dolphins' four-year, $18 million offer sheet for C.J. Anderson, the Broncos have re-signed Ronnie Hillman and spent a fourth-round pick on Booker, a player GM John Elway confirmed was their second-highest graded running back. Denver has never committed to Anderson as the lead back, and they have now brought in quality competition in Booker. Despite his upside, Anderson could be a bit difficult to trust as an RB1 pick in fantasy drafts. Rotoworld.com Today, 5:39 am
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  • Steelers re-sign Bruce Gradkowski
    Steelers re-signed QB Bruce Gradkowski.

    Advice: He'll return as Ben Roethlisberger's primary backup. Gradkowski, 33, should be able to easily beat out Landry Jones and Dustin Vaughn in Steelers camp. He missed all of last season with finger and shoulder injuries. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 4:17 pm
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  • Bucs TE Brandon Myers on the roster bubble
    The Tampa Bay Times' Greg Auman believes TE Brandon Myers is competing for the Bucs' final tight-end spot.

    Advice: Myers has one year left on his contract at a $1.75 million salary. He's behind Austin Seferian-Jenkins, youngster Cameron Brate, and Luke Stocker on the depth chart. Myers posted a 12-127-0 line on 321 snaps last season. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 1:07 pm
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  • Pederson: Bradford could lose starting job
    Coach Doug Pederson said Sam Bradford would be in danger of losing the starting job if he continues to stay away from the team into the summer.

    Advice: Obviously. Bradford remains M.I.A. from the team since demanding a trade when it was revealed the Eagles would take a quarterback at No. 2 overall, and he's still not answering calls from Pederson as he continues to pout at home. "Anybody that’s not in any of the 32 offseason programs is losing valuable time at that club," Pederson said. "So anybody that’s not in the offseason program, yes, would lose the time." Bradford may end up costing himself the starting job and be stuck in Philly where he doesn't want to be. Rotoworld.com Yesterday, 11:57 am
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  • Pouting Sam Bradford still ignoring Eagles
    Eagles coach Doug Pederson says he's yet to have contact with Sam Bradford since the quarterbacks' trade request.

    Advice: Pouting Sam remains inconsolable, even after the Broncos' selection of Payton Lynch took them off the board of potential suitors. The reality is, Bradford has nowhere to go, and will be in Philadelphia competing with Carson Wentz and Chase Daniel this season. The sooner he realizes that, the better. The Eagles could have handled the situation better, but Bradford is well compensated. This is life in the NFL for mediocre quarterbacks. Rotoworld.com Saturday, 5:19 pm
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  • Dolphins draft 5-foot-6 WR Jakeem Grant
    Dolphins selected Texas Tech WR Jakeem Grant with the No. 186 overall pick in the 2016 NFL draft.

    Advice: Grant (5'6/165) was a miniature-but-dynamic slot and return man for the Red Raiders, posting a 254-3,286-27 (12.94 YPR) career receiving line with four kick-return TDs and two as a ball carrier. Grant demonstrated his straight-line speed at Texas Tech's Pro Day, clocking 4.37 with a 36 1/2-inch vertical. Grant's ceiling is a lightly-used gadget player on offense, but his special teams prowess should give Grant some long-term job security. With joystick-like lateral moves and burst, he's a prototype return specialist with a sliver of space-back potential. Rotoworld.com Saturday, 1:08 pm
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  • Giants draft Jerell Adams
    Giants selected South Carolina State TE Jerell Adams with the No. 184 overall pick in the 2016 draft.

    Advice: Adams (6'5/247) made 15 starts for the Gamecocks, tallying 977 yards and seven TDs on 66 catches (14.80 YPR). An above-average athlete, Adams ran 4.64 at the Combine with a 32 1/2-inch vertical and 9-foot-9 broad jump. Adams mainly played slot receiver at South Carolina, only sprinkling into select packages as an in-line tight end. He did make late-career strides as a blocker, shining there at the Senior Bowl. Adams is old for a rookie -- he'll turn 24 later this year -- but he offers starter-quality length (34-inch arms) and movement skills, and is a weapon down the seam. He has a chance to be a value pick for New York. Rotoworld.com Saturday, 1:00 pm
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  • Ravens steal Pats' pick, take Keenan Reynolds
    Ravens selected Navy ATH Keenan Reynolds with the No. 182 overall pick of the 2016 NFL draft.

    Advice: Reynolds (5'10/190) was a prolific dual-threat quarterback at Navy, finishing fifth in Heisman voting as a senior and setting FBS career records in rushing touchdowns (88) and points scored (530). Snubbed for a Combine invite, Reynolds turned in a solid Pro Day showing 4.57 speed with a 37-inch vertical and 10-foot broad jump. NFL scouts were mixed on Reynolds' next-level position, with some forecasting him at tailback, others slot receiver, and others still defensive back. Reynolds said on ESPN the Ravens plan to try him at receiver and punt returner. Rotoworld.com Saturday, 12:55 pm
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  • Vikings select German WR Boehringer
    Vikings selected WR Moritz Boehringer with the No. 180 overall pick of the 2016 NFL draft.

    Advice: A German national, Boehringer has zero college football experience. Boehringer (6'5/227) debuted in the German Football League last season, amassing 70 catches for 1,461 yards (20.9 YPR) and 16 touchdowns en route to Rookie of the Year honors. He created a ton of buzz at Florida Atlantic's Pro Day in March, running an incredible 4.43 forty with a 39-inch vertical and explosive 10-foot-11 broad jump. 22-year-old Boehringer is an obvious project, but his combination of size and athleticism gives him a sky-high ceiling. Rotoworld.com Saturday, 12:53 pm
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  • Browns dip into WR pool again, take Higgins
    Browns selected Colorado State WR Rashard Higgins with the No. 172 overall pick of the 2016 NFL draft.

    Advice: Higgins (6'1/196) dominated the Mountain West before leaving school as a true junior, setting CSU career records for catches (239), receiving yards (3,649), and receiving TDs (31) in only three seasons. He earned first-team All-Mountain West accolades in both 2014 and 2015. Higgins' stock took a hit at the Combine, managing a 4.64 forty and 32-inch vertical. Higgins' athletic shortcomings are an obvious concern, but he may be able to overcome with standout ball skills and glue-like hands. He's sort of a mini Laquon Treadwell. An area of immense need, the Browns have now selected four receivers in the 2016 draft. Rotoworld.com Saturday, 12:31 pm
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  • Broncos take RB Devontae Booker at No. 136
    Broncos selected Utah RB Devontae Booker with the No. 136 overall pick in the 2016 NFL draft.

    Advice: Booker (5'11/219) spent two seasons at Utah after a JUCO transfer, parlaying 560 carries into 2,773 yards (4.95 YPC) and 21 TDs. Also an adept receiver, Booker caught 80 passes in just 23 games. On tape, Booker showed a sensational aptitude for making himself skinny and fitting through cracks, as well as quick feet and run-finishing ability. Concerns include Booker's small hands (8 5/8"), advanced age -- he'll be a 24-year-old rookie -- and a torn meniscus that cut his final college season three games short. Ultimately, Booker teased an NFL-starter-quality skill set as a Ute and is a promising pro prospect. Rotoworld.com Saturday, 10:55 am
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  • Seahawks envision Prosise as 3rd-down back
    Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said the team envisions third-round RB C.J. Prosise as a passing-down back.

    Advice: "I’m really thinking that’s going to be a big part of what he adds to the offense," Carroll said. "There’s no reason he can’t be a first-down back, too. We just know what we’re going to attempt to do with him on third down." Both Thomas Rawls and Christine Michael struggle in the passing game. Prosise has the upside to be more than a third-down guy, but his role will likely be limited early in his career. Fred Jackson had 58 touches in a similar role last year. Rotoworld.com Saturday, 5:46 am
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  • Ohio State TE Nick Vannett lands in Seattle
    Seahawks selected Ohio State TE Nick Vannett with the No. 94 overall pick in the 2016 NFL draft.

    Advice: Vannett (6'6/257) made 15 starts for the Buckeyes, succeeding Jeff Heuerman in the starting lineup as a senior and posting a 19-162-0 receiving line. His pre-draft workouts weren't any more impressive, running 4.89 with a 30 1/2-inch vertical and 9-foot-5 broad jump. Vannett has long arms (34 1/4") and was a solid college blocker, but he'll struggle to make a passing-game impact as more than a short-area dump-off target. He gives the Seahawks some insurance at tight end with Jimmy Graham still recovering from a torn patellar tendon. Rotoworld.com Friday, 8:10 pm
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  • Seahawks select Notre Dame RB C.J. Prosise
    Seahawks selected Notre Dame RB C.J. Prosise with the No. 90 overall pick of the 2016 NFL draft.

    Advice: Prosise (6'1/220) played slot receiver and special teams before taking over as Notre Dame's feature back as a 2015 junior, exploding for 156-1,032-11 (6.6 YPC) rushing and 26 catches. Dynamic in space, Prosise combines 4.48 speed with explosive acceleration and lateral moves, and showed improvement as an inside runner over the course of last season. Prosise needs to clean up his pass protection and ball security (five fumbles in '15), but there is some David Johnson to his game. Behind Zeke Elliott and Derrick Henry, Prosise may have the third-highest ceiling in this year's running back class. He should start his career as the passing-down complement to Thomas Rawls. Rotoworld.com Friday, 7:58 pm
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  • Rams plan to throw Jared Goff into the fire
    Coach Jeff Fisher said the "goal" is for No. 1 pick Jared Goff to be the Week 1 starting quarterback.

    Advice: As expected. The Rams don't have the luxury to sit their first-round quarterback behind a quality veteran stopgap like the Eagles do with Sam Bradford and Carson Wentz. And that certainly played into the Rams' decision between Goff and Wentz. Wentz may have the higher long-term ceiling, but Goff is viewed by most as the more pro-ready prospect. Case Keenum will hold the clipboard, while the Rams attempt to unload Nick Foles either this draft weekend or this summer. Rotoworld.com Friday, 8:24 am
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  • Broncos trade up for Memphis QB Paxton Lynch
    Broncos traded up with the Seahawks to select Memphis QB Paxton Lynch with the No. 26 overall pick of the 2016 NFL draft.

    Advice: The Broncos are shipping the Nos. 31 and 94 picks to Seattle for the right to move up five spots. Lynch's selection means neither Colin Kaepernick nor Ryan Fitzpatrick will be Denver bound. Lynch (6'7/244) started three years at Memphis, finishing his career with a 63.0 completion percentage, 7.36 YPA, 59:23 TD:INT ratio and 17 rushing scores. Lynch has huge hands (10 1/4") and high-level quarterback athleticism, running 4.86 with a 36-inch vertical. Big, mobile and over a year younger than Carson Wentz, Lynch's drawbacks consist of up-and-down ball placement resulting from technical flaws as a pocket passer, frustrating game-to-game consistency and questionable intelligence after managing an 18 on the Wonderlic. Lynch has drawn some comparisons to Blake Bortles. Although Mark Sanchez remains Denver's probable Week 1 starter, we'd expect Lynch to make starts as a rookie. Rotoworld.com Thursday, 8:04 pm
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  • Rams tab Jared Goff as franchise quarterback
    Rams selected Cal QB Jared Goff with the No. 1 overall pick in the 2016 draft.

    Advice: Goff (6'4/215) made 37 starts in three seasons at Cal, completing 62.3% of his passes with a 7.78 YPA and 96:30 TD-to-INT ratio. His career record was 14-23, although Goff had very little around him. Goff's weaknesses are smallish hands (9") -- leading to 24 career fumbles -- a simplistic, shotgun-based college offense that could hinder Goff's NFL transition, and a tendency to play too fast with bodies around him. NFL Films' Greg Cosell has compared Goff's skill set to Matt Ryan's. Although Ryan is not an elite NFL passer, he is a franchise quarterback. Goff will be a success if he reaches those heights. He's the Rams' likely early-season starter, and could quite possibly beat out Case Keenum to start Week 1. Rotoworld.com Thursday, 5:16 pm
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  • Sal Pal: 'Nothing' doing on Bradford trade
    ESPN's Sal Paolantonio reported on SportsCenter that there is "absolutely nothing" going on regarding a Sam Bradford trade.

    Advice: Sal Pal reports the Eagles got "one phone call from one team" (Denver), and Broncos GM John Elway's overtures were "quickly rebuffed" by Eagles GM Howie Roseman. While we wouldn't totally rule out a Bradford trade, it's certainly appearing highly unlikely at the moment. Roseman seems intent on retaining Bradford to operate as the Eagles' stopgap ahead of rookie Carson Wentz. Rotoworld.com Thursday, 9:09 am
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  • Report: Broncos don't expect to land Bradford
    ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the Broncos do not expect the Eagles to trade Sam Bradford.

    Advice: Schefter reports the Broncos are "mulling" their other options at quarterback. The Eagles have been steadfast in their desire to retain Bradford, and it does not look like they plan to budge despite the fit he threw this week. Coach Doug Pederson believes in letting rookie quarterbacks grow behind a veteran starter, and it looks like they want Bradford to be that bridge for whichever quarterback - Carson Wentz - they select at No. 2. Rotoworld.com Thursday, 6:43 am
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  • Report: Broncos 'are in' on pursuing Bradford
    A league source told 9 News Denver's Mike Klis that the Broncos "are in" on pursuing a trade for Sam Bradford.

    Advice: Klis reports the Eagles aren't yet budging on their stance that Bradford won't be dealt. Denver's quarterback pursuit picked up this week, with Klis also reporting 49ers GM Trent Baalke and Broncos GM John Elway had a conversation on Monday. Those talks didn't go anywhere, but may perhaps be rekindled on Thursday morning. The same goes for Broncos talks with the Eagles. Denver should feel urgency to emerge from the weekend with a quarterback. Rotoworld.com Wednesday, 6:31 pm
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  • Bell battling Humphries and Dye for slot snaps
    Per the Bucs' website, Adam Humphries and Donteea Dye will be Kenny Bell's primary competition at slot receiver this season.

    Advice: Louis Murphy will also be in that mix, though an ACL tear will keep him out until at least training camp. Bell missed 2015 with a hamstring injury but is fully recovered. Bell is the most talented name here, but he has catching up to do. "The playbook has never been too big of an issue," said Bell. "What I'm more focused on is the reps." If Bell plays to his potential, he'll have a good chance to open 2016 as Tampa Bay's No. 3 wideout. Rotoworld.com Wednesday, 3:27 pm
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  • Eagles looking for a 4th and player for Sam?
    Appearing on 97.5 The Fanatic in Pennsylvania on Wednesday, ESPN's Adam Schefter said a fourth-round pick plus a player could be a trade offer for Sam Bradford.

    Advice: It's unclear if that's an offer the Eagles have received or if that's their asking price, but either way, NFL Network's Jeff Darlington reports Philly's asking price remains very high. They're likely looking for at least two early-round picks comparable to the Alex Smith and Carson Palmer trades a few years back. The only team that has allegedly reached out to the Eagles is the Broncos. Rotoworld.com Wednesday, 6:18 am
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  • Report: Broncos inquired about Sam Bradford
    9 News Denver's Mike Klis reports the Broncos inquired about Sam Bradford.

    Advice: Klis reports the Eagles' asking price was too high, but the report at least suggests Philadelphia is open to offers. Agent Tom Condon said Bradford has not been granted permission to seek a trade, but that could change if he continues to sulk. Condon confirmed Bradford plans to skip the voluntary portions of the offseason program. Rotoworld.com Apr 25, 6:00 pm
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  • Bradford not given permission to seek trade
    Agent Tom Condon said the Eagles have not given Sam Bradford permission to seek a trade.

    Advice: Condon confirmed Bradford will not attend voluntary workouts, saying his client wants a situation where "he's going to stay for a long time if he plays well." The Eagles have made it fairly clear they are not interested in putting Bradford up for sale right now, and it would reportedly cost him a big chunk of his $11 million signing bonus to hold out into training camp. If Bradford remains dead set on leaving, however, it might be in Philadelphia's best interest to move him before he becomes a distraction. This saga is far from over. Rotoworld.com Apr 25, 5:30 pm
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  • Bradford would give up bonus if he holds out
    NFL Network's Jeff Darlington reports Sam Bradford would "potentially" be required to surrender "up to 25 percent of his signing bonus" if he held out more than five days of training camp.

    Advice: Eagles VP of Football Operations Howie Roseman was confident on Monday that Bradford would show up for the mandatory portions of the offseason program despite reportedly putting in a trade request, and this report could help explain why. Despite Bradford being "hot" about the Eagles trade up to No. 2, Philadelphia seems set on keeping him around. The Eagles gave Bradford an $11 million signing bonus in March. Rotoworld.com Apr 25, 4:12 pm
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  • Eagles expect Bradford at mandatory work
    Eagles VP of Football Operations Howie Roseman said Monday he expects Sam Bradford to show up for mandatory offseason work.

    Advice: Bradford was a no-show for Eagles voluntary workouts on Monday, but Roseman expects him in attendance when offseason practices begin. ESPN's Adam Schefter reported last week Bradford was "hot" when informed of Philly's trade up to No. 1 overall, and on Monday Schefter reported Bradford made a formal trade demand. Bradford has never had a winning record as a starter and has never gone to a Pro Bowl. The Eagles are paying him $18 million this season. Rotoworld.com Apr 25, 2:41 pm
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