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Lions first-round G/C Frank Ragnow has spent the "majority" of his time at left guard during OTAs.

There had been discussion if Ragnow would man guard or center, but the answer is increasingly appearing to be guard. Ragnow was a center his final two years at Arkansas. Shifting to guard would allow Graham Glasgow to remain at the pivot.
May 24 - 10:34 PM

The New Orleans Advocate believes second-year UDFA Taysom Hill could be a legitimate contender for the Saints' No. 2 quarterback job.

Hill came out of BYU as an elderly (now 27) undrafted free agent last year. He was claimed off waivers from the Packers after catching the Saints' eye on film. He made a few splash plays on special teams near the end of the season and was a frequent topic of conversation between FOX's Joe Buck and Troy Aikman during a December broadcast. The duo was apparently taken aback by glowing comments coach Sean Payton made about the rookie. It's pad-less practices, but Hill has been drawing strong reviews for his work in OTAs, particularly his speed at the quarterback position. Only Tom Savage and J.T. Barrett stand between Hill and backup duties.
May 24 - 8:57 PM

Seahawks CB Shaq Griffin has been manning the left side in OTAs.

It's Richard Sherman's old side, a spot he rarely strayed from to shadow opposing wideouts. If you're going to play "sides," the left is more important with the majority of the league's quarterbacks being right-handed. It's still possible the Seahawks end up switching Griffin and Byron Maxwell around a bit. The No. 90 overall pick of last year's draft, Griffin had a promising rookie season.
May 24 - 8:30 PM

NFL.com's Tom Pelissero reports the Steelers have "no expectation" that Le'Veon Bell will report before he did last season, which was Sept. 1.

Under no obligation to report since he hasn't signed his franchise tag, Bell can show up at his leisure. The sides have until July 16 to reach a long-term agreement. It's not looking likely. In the event no deal is reached, Bell will almost certainly skip the entire preseason and report close to Week 1.
May 24 - 7:51 PM

Bucs signed second-round CB Carlton Davis to a four-year contract.

Davis made 32 starts in Auburn's secondary, tallying three career interceptions and earning first-team All-SEC from the conference’s coaches as a senior. Davis showed average athleticism at the Combine, running 4.53 with a 34-inch vertical. A big, somewhat stiff press-coverage specialist with plus arm length (32 ¾") and a knack for disrupting routes, Davis offers No. 2 cornerback potential if used correctly.
May 24 - 6:38 PM

Packers signed TE Marcedes Lewis, formerly of the Jaguars.

The longtime — 12 years — Jaguar will join Jimmy Graham as a blocking complement. As evidenced by his five touchdowns last season, 34-year-old Lewis also offers a strong pair of hands in the red zone. Lewis should catch some touchdown passes from Aaron Rodgers but won't be a fantasy option in 2018. It's possible Lewis' presence ends up making Lance Kendricks expendable.
May 24 - 6:37 PM
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