Wide receiver Allen Robinson’s contract year ended after a handful of snaps due to a torn ACL suffered early in Jacksonville’s season opener last year.
That injury likely contributed to the team’s decision to pass on using the franchise tag on Robinson before last week’s deadline Authentic Pavel Datsyuk Jersey and some have wondered if it might also leave him in position to take a one-year, prove-it deal in hopes of setting up a longer contract in 2019.
As one league source explained it to PFT, the early sense is that only two teams have shown serious interest in Cousins: The Jets and the Vikings.
Other teams may have made a phone call and/or placed a ballpark number on the table, but the thinking is that the Jets and Vikings are the two truly serious candidates for Cousins’ services.
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With news that the Vikings have contacted the Drew Brees camp, Minnesota seems to be going all in for a franchise quarterback who would help the team get over the hump. Or, alternatively, they’re trying to get Case Keenum to accept a Bortlesque offer to remain in the job that landed in his lap last year and that he performed admirably, for most of the season.
Jacksonville also announced it has placed an exclusive rights tender on tight end Ben Koyack.
Koyack, a seventh-round pick in 2015, spent his rookie season on the practice squad. He has appeared in 30 games over the past two seasons, with 10 starts.
The last time we saw a team in the NFL attempt what the Los Angeles Rams are trying this offseason’to build a superteam through free agency, the latest addition being star defensive lineman Ndamukong Suh’it was the year 2000. That’s when the owner of the Washington football team, Dan Snyder, seemingly took leave of his football senses.
Jeremy Hill Game Jersey Snyder signed an aging Deion Sanders and Bruce Smith. He added a washed Jeff George at quarterback. Mark Carrier, a safety, was also mostly done when he came aboard. The result was a team that went 8-8, which helped cement Washington’s efforts as perhaps the worst free-agent spending spree in the history of the NFL.
At the Wolverines’ pro day, Hurst posted a 4.97-second 40-yard dash, 29 reps on bench, a 31-inch vertical, an eight-foot, eight-inch broad jump, a 4.62-second short shuttle and a 7.74-second three-cone drill, per?Brandt.?