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What will the market be for A.J. McCarron in free agency? Jesse Pantuosco takes a look in this week's Bump and Run.
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The Miami Herald reports the Dolphins have not ruled out designating Ndamukong Suh a post-June 1 release.

Plugged-in reporter Armando Salguero considers this the "most likely" scenario if the Dolphins decide to move on. It's actually possible one of the league's many cap-flush teams takes the trade bait on Suh, which would create $3.9 million in space for the Dolphins. Designating him a post-June 1 cut would free up $17 million. Now 31, Suh remained one of the league's best defensive players in 2017 but carries an absurd $26.1 million cap number, the third-highest in football.
Feb 22 - 3:26 PM

The Miami Herald reports the Dolphins are expected to release LB Lawrence Timmons by the start of the new league year.

The no-brainer move will create $5.4 million in cap space. Timmons went AWOL from the Dolphins in Week 2 but still ended up starting 14 games. He was a liability, generating zero sacks, forcing zero turnovers and getting walloped by the run. The ex-Steeler turns 32 in May. He will struggle for guaranteed money on the open market.
Feb 22 - 3:16 PM

The Miami Herald reports the Dolphins plan to release Julius Thomas by the start of the new league year.

It's extremely unsurprising news. The move will clear $6.6 million in space for a team that's up tight against the cap. After disappointing years in Jacksonville, Thomas remained disappointing in Miami, catching just 41 passes for three scores while averaging an anemic 9.5 yards per catch. He spent the final few weeks of the season on injured reserve with a foot injury. Amazingly, Thomas still doesn't turn 30 until June, but injuries have sapped all of his play-making ability.
Feb 22 - 3:15 PM

The Charlotte Observer reports the Panthers could be sold for between $2.3-$2.8 billion.

The Observer reports "multiple deep-pocketed individuals are being mentioned as potential bidders." Various outlets have reported multiple billionaires as expressing interest. $2 billion is a good baseline for any NFL team. $2.3-$2.8B would be an extremely good number for Jerry Richardson and his minority owners, as well as a vote of confidence in the league's long-term health.
Feb 22 - 2:27 PM

ESPN's Jenna Laine reports the case involving a wrecked DeSean Jackson vehicle that was found with bullets and marijuana is "inactive."

A vehicle registered to Jackson was found wrecked on Christmas Eve, but Jackson told police he wasn't driving, and that neither the bullets nor marijuana belonged to him. Police are not pursuing the case because they "don't have any witnesses or evidence to place the driver behind the wheel at the time of the crash." It sounds like a dead issue for the 31-year-old wideout.
Feb 22 - 1:56 PM

NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports the Panthers could franchise tag free agent K Graham Gano.

That's instead of fellow free agent OG Andrew Norwell. As indicated by the name, the franchise tag was conceived for "franchise"-type players but is just as often used for players like Gano. Going on 31, Gano has been the Panthers' kicker since midway through 2012. He converted 29-of-30 field goal attempts in 2017. Tagging him would cost roughly $4.9 million.
Feb 22 - 1:48 PM

NFL.com's Ian Rapoport confirms the Panthers are unlikely to use the franchise tag on free agent OG Andrew Norwell.

The Charlotte Observer had the same report three days ago. New/old Panthers GM Marty Hurney must believe he already has too much money tied up in his offensive line. Norwell would be due roughly $14.3 million under the tag. Norwell is Rotoworld's No. 1 free agent guard.
Feb 22 - 1:47 PM

NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports the Seahawks are unlikely to use the franchise tag on free agent DL Sheldon Richardson.

Per Rapsheet, the 'Hawks "want to keep" Richardson, but apparently not at the roughly $14.5 million it would cost under the tag. GM John Schneider could gamble that Richardson's market will be depressed thanks to his ever-present character concerns. Richardson tallied only one sack in 2017 but mostly played up to his standards.
Feb 22 - 1:46 PM
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