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Contract-year CB Richard Sherman plans to represent himself in negotiations with the Seahawks.

"I'm sure we'll have some communication," Sherman said of offseason talks with the 'Hawks. "I'm representing myself. The whole agent thing is really overrated at this point." It's a bold gambit from an unconventional player. Sherman and the Seahawks have appeared headed for a divorce at the end of his current deal but there is plenty of time for that to change. Sherman turns 30 in March.
Feb 8 - 11:37 PM

Chargers coach Anthony Lynn said Joey Bosa (foot) could practice "a bit" on Tuesday.

He's been nursing a left foot injury for the past two weeks. Bosa followed up his Rookie of the Year campaign with an even better season in 2017, earning his first All-Pro nod while grading out as PFF's No. 1 pass-rusher among 4-3 defensive ends. There's no concern about his availability for Week 1.
Aug 20 - 3:13 PM

According to ESPN's Josina Anderson, the Cowboys have "some interest" in free agent S George Iloka at "the right price."

They'll likely be bidding against the Raiders, who have emerged as the early front-runner to sign Iloka. Despite a strong track record as an NFL starter, the Bengals decided the 28-year-old was no longer worth his lofty salary, particularly with second-round rookie Jessie Bates waiting in the wings. Iloka won't be on the market for long.
Aug 20 - 2:54 PM

Redskins signed RB Adrian Peterson, formerly of the Cardinals, to a one-year contract.

The Skins also worked out Jamaal Charles and Orleans Darkwa but Peterson impressed them the most. The 33-year-old is a shell of the player who once rushed for over 2,000 yards in a season, but obviously the Redskins feel he still has something left. Not that they had much of a choice—Washington's backfield is a mess right now with Derrius Guice (ACL), Samaje Perine (ankle) and Byron Marshall (ankle) all injured. Look for AD to mix in with Rob Kelley on early downs with Chris Thompson playing his usual role on passing downs.
Aug 20 - 2:47 PM

Demaryius Thomas (wrist) returned to practice on Monday.

Thomas sat out Saturday's preseason game after injuring his wrist at practice last week, but obviously it was nothing serious. Barring an unexpected setback, the 30-year-old should be all systems go for Denver's opener against the Seahawks in three weeks. Demaryius is being drafted as a WR2 in most fantasy formats.
Aug 20 - 1:59 PM

Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News reports "at least" two teams have shown interest in trading for Teddy Bridgewater.

Bridgewater has impressed in both of his preseason appearances, though Mehta senses the Jets are "all-in" on Sam Darnold and fully expects the rookie to start Week 1. The Jets have yet to receive a "concrete" offer, but a number of teams have shown interest and New York has made it "abundantly clear" that Bridgewater is available. Mehta suggested the Broncos, who are looking for depth behind starter Case Keenum, could be a fit.
Aug 20 - 1:36 PM

Carson Wentz (knee) remained noncommittal Monday when asked about his status for Week 1 against the Falcons.

"It's gonna' be close," he admitted. Wentz said the same when asked about his status last week. The third-year QB has resumed 11-on-11 work but won't be on the field for Thursday's dress rehearsal against the Browns. If Wentz isn't ready, the Eagles would turn to Super Bowl MVP Nick Foles in Week 1. Foles returned to practice on Sunday after hurting his shoulder against New England on Thursday night.
Aug 20 - 12:24 PM

According to Michael Gehlken of the Las Vegas Review-Journal, the Raiders "plan to make a run" at free agent S George Iloka.

Iloka has an obvious link to Oakland as the Raiders employ ex-Bengals DC Paul Guenther. Joining Oakland would also allow Iloka to reunite with former teammate Reggie Nelson. The 28-year-old was cut by Cincinnati on Sunday after being beaten out by second-round rookie Jessie Bates at Bengals training camp.
Aug 20 - 12:21 PM

Vikings released K Kai Forbath.

In addition to cutting Forbath, the Vikes also waived/injured T Cedric Lang, TE Josiah Price and FB Johnny Stanton while stashing sixth-round DE Ade Aruna on I.R. with a torn ACL. Forbath could probably see the writing on the wall after Minnesota used a fifth-round pick on Auburn alum Daniel Carlson. The 30-year-old didn't help himself by shanking a 41-yarder in Saturday's preseason game against Jacksonville. With Forbath gone, Carlson can be safely penciled in as the starter.
Source: vikings.com
Aug 20 - 11:52 AM

Kenny Golladay played over Golden Tate in two-wide sets during Friday night's preseason game against the Giants.

The Lions ran seven two-wide sets with the starters on Friday (eight if you include a false start penalty by tight end Michael Roberts) with Golladay lined up opposite Marvin Jones on every snap. Coach Matt Patricia downplayed the significance of Golladay playing over Tate after the game. "We're just trying to get the play counts out there and we're going in and out of different personal groups, so we have it kind of sketched out that way." The Lions used two-wide personnel on less than 20 percent of their snaps last year, so even if Golladay starts outside, Tate will still get plenty of slot reps. Regardless, all signs point to a second-year breakout for Golladay, who was limited to 11 games as a rookie in 2017.
Source: mlive.com
Aug 20 - 10:19 AM

Eagles activated DE Brandon Graham from the active/PUP list.

Graham had offseason surgery to address a high-ankle sprain he suffered late last season. The 30-year-old will resume practicing on Monday in hopes of being ready for Week 1 against the Falcons, which is just over two weeks away. His strip sack of Tom Brady in last year's Super Bowl clinched the Eagles' first title.
Aug 20 - 9:51 AM

When asked if Peyton Barber has played like a starter this summer, Buccaneers coach Dirk Koetter said yes.

Most expected second-round rookie Ronald Jones to emerge as Tampa Bay's starter but instead Barber has run circles around Jones through the first month of camp. "He's doing everything he should be doing right now and I think if we went out there and gave it to Peyton 20 times, we'd like what he does," said Koetter. Barber believes he can be an "every-down back," though he was also complimentary of Jones and his development. "I think I can see us as that one-two punch, just how the Saints do it with Alvin [Kamara] and Mark ([Ingram]." Barring injury, Barber should be the lead back when the Bucs travel to New Orleans for Week 1.
Aug 20 - 9:45 AM




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