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Redskins signed QB Alex Smith to a four-year, $94 million extension through 2022.

He gets $71 million guaranteed. As part of the agreement on the trade to get Smith to D.C., the Skins are giving Smith some long-term security, as he had just one year left on his contract through 2018. He's now under contract through his age-38 season. It very well may be his last contract. The Redskins didn't seem to have a prayer to re-sign free agent Kirk Cousins after burning so many bridges with their "franchise" quarterback. Acquiring Smith and paying him less was the next best thing in the Redskins' eyes.
Jan 30 - 10:03 PM

According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the Broncos are "listening" to trade offers for Demaryius Thomas.

The Broncos are getting ready to blow it all up and that could mean moving their long-time wide receiver at next week's trade deadline. Emmanuel Sanders has also drawn interest, though the Broncos are reportedly reluctant to trade him. With Demaryius nearing the end of his prime and rookie Courtland Sutton pushing for a larger role in the Broncos' passing game, it makes sense for the rebuilding Broncos to at least field offers.
Source: ESPN.com
Oct 21 - 10:47 AM

ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the Jaguars have no plans to acquire a quarterback at next week's trade deadline.

Source: ESPN.com
Oct 21 - 10:45 AM

According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the Cowboys are "gathering information" on Amari Cooper ahead of next week's trade deadline.

No team is in greater need of pass-catching help than the receiver-starved Cowboys, who are currently trotting out the likes of Cole Beasley, Allen Hurns and rookie Michael Gallup at wide receiver. Dallas has begun to do its due diligence on Cooper, who has also drawn trade interest from the Colts and Redskins. The Raiders have been adamant they won't accept anything less than a first-round pick for Cooper, which is a steep cost for a player whose career has been riddled by inconsistency. The 24-year-old also has health concerns coming off a concussion in Week 6.
Source: ESPN.com
Oct 21 - 10:43 AM

According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, there are "strong signals" Oregon QB Justin Herbert will return for his senior season.

The 20-year-old is shaping up as a top quarterback prospect and could potentially be the first overall pick if he decides to go pro this year, though most scouts and top agencies are bracing for him to stay in school. Herbert, a Eugene native, reportedly "loves" playing at Oregon and "badly" wants to win there. He's also awaiting the arrival of his younger brother Patrick, a four-star tight end recruit who has already committed to Oregon for next fall. Herbert choosing to stay for his senior year would be a significant blow to quarterback-needy teams like the Broncos and Giants.
Source: CBS Sports
Oct 21 - 10:39 AM

According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, Steelers executives believe it's "more likely" holdout RB Le'Veon Bell returns in Week 9.

Bell was thought to be targeting Week 8 for his return but now that seems unlikely. It appears Bell is waiting to see what happens at next week's trade deadline before ending his holdout. The disgruntled running back can't be traded until he signs his franchise tender, though the Steelers could get around this by granting a trade partner permission to speak with him. The Eagles would seem to be the best fit for Bell given their need at running back, though the sides haven't made much progress in recent trade discussions. When Bell reaches free agency in 2019, he'll reportedly be seeking a long-term deal worth $17 million annually with "heavy guarantees."
Source: CBS Sports
Oct 21 - 9:55 AM

According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, the likelihood of Hunter Henry returning from a torn ACL this year remains "quite remote."

The Chargers have held off on placing Henry on injured reserve, leaving open the possibility that he could return at some point this season. Henry has made progress in his recovery from a torn ACL, an injury he suffered during offseason minicamp, though the Bolts are "not optimistic" he'll make it back before the end of the season. Henry's absence has certainly been felt as the Chargers haven't gotten much production from their tight ends this year.
Source: CBS Sports
Oct 21 - 9:52 AM

According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, Broncos coach Vance Joseph is "coaching for his future."

Per La Canfora, the Broncos likely would have fired Joseph with a loss Thursday in Arizona. Joseph was able to avoid that fate, but his job is far from safe heading into a pivotal stretch with upcoming games against the Chiefs, Texans, Steelers, Chargers and Bengals. The rebuilding Broncos could look to clean house by moving a number of their veterans at next week's trade deadline and it wouldn't be a surprise if Joseph, who has proven overmatched in his two years as head coach, followed them out the door.
Source: CBS Sports
Oct 21 - 9:19 AM

According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, "several teams" have shown trade interest in Emmanuel Sanders.

Sanders has been drawing trade buzz since the offseason and with Denver approaching a rebuilding phase, it wouldn't be a surprise if the Broncos moved him at next week's trade deadline. Demaryius Thomas may also be available though Sanders has been more productive and costs less money. Whether Denver decides to trade Sanders, Chris Harris, Bradley Roby or all of the above, there's a good chance the Broncos will look much different by 4 PM ET on October 30.
Source: CBS Sports
Oct 21 - 9:18 AM

Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reports Chris Harris is "being coveted" by other teams.

The Broncos are looking a rebuild square in the face and have begun to gauge trade interest in some of their veteran talent. Harris has emerged as one of the league's better slot corners and could certainly be a helpful presence for a contender in need of secondary help. The 29-year-old is due a reasonable $7.8 million base salary in 2019, which will be the final year of his current contract.
Source: CBS Sports
Oct 21 - 9:16 AM

According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, the Broncos "intend to look at" Chad Kelly at some point in the second half of the season.

Denver seems to be heading toward a rebuild and it's unlikely that movement will include Case Keenum, who has looked overmatched as the Broncos' starter this year. With that in mind, it makes sense to give Kelly a look down the stretch and evaluate whether he has the potential to be a franchise quarterback or if the team will have to address that need in next year's draft. Chosen with the final pick of the 2017 draft, Kelly has yet to attempt an NFL pass.
Source: CBS Sports
Oct 21 - 9:14 AM

Rob Gronkowski (back, ankle) is out for Week 7 against the Bears.

Gronk didn't make the trip to Chicago after having his back lock up on him during Friday's practice. The Patriots are optimistic he'll be back for next week's Monday night showdown in Buffalo. With Jacob Hollister (hamstring) also sidelined, Dwayne Allen should play close to an every-down role at tight end. Gronkowski's absence will open up targets for Josh Gordon, Julian Edelman and James White, among others.
Oct 21 - 8:56 AM




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