Monthly Archives: April 2018

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Shaquem Griffin does 20 reps in the bench

University of Central Florida linebacker Shaquem Griffin is giving scouts who doubted him reason to reconsider. Griffin threw up 20 reps in the 225-pound bench press while using a prosthetic hand.

It was three more reps than his twin brother, Seahawks cornerback Shaquill Griffin, had last year and was three more than Oklahoma tight end Mark Andrews, six more than Oklahoma offensive lineman Orlando Brown and only three less than South Dakota State tight end Dallas Goedert and Michigan offensive lineman Mason Cole.

In late November, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reported the Packers filed paperwork in an effort to reclaim some of the $6.3 million signing bonus they gave the Texas A&M product.

Bennett enjoyed a solid decade-long career at the pro level that also featured stops with the Dallas Cowboys, who selected him in the second round of the 2008 draft, New York Giants and Chicago Bears before his two stints with the Pats and his short stay in Green Bay.

The San Diego native caught 433 passes for 4,573 yards and 30 touchdowns in 144 regular-season appearances. He added 14 grabs for 125 yards in five playoff games.

Bennett earned his lone Pro Bowl selection with the Bears in 2014 and won a Super Bowl title with the Patriots last year.

The 23-year-old Howard has 2,435 yards and 15 touchdowns in his two seasons with the Bears, and he’s under contract for two more years at very affordable salaries. The 25-year-old Landry has an unprecedented 400 catches in his first four NFL seasons but would cost $16 million this season on the franchise tag.Minkah Fitzpatrick has spent time learning from Patrick Peterson

Alabama defensive back Minkah Fitzpatrick doesn’t know whether he will play cornerback or safety in the NFL, but he recently got pointers from Pro Bowl cornerback Patrick Peterson.

I was out there for three days in Arizona, Fitzpatrick said. I was just out there picking his mind, asking him a whole bunch of questions, working out with him and going through his daily routine. We had some fun. He’d just show me what he did on a day-to-day basis, and of course, I worked out with him, trained with them. Two-hour sessions every time we worked out. He’s pushing me. My feet were bleeding. I was working, but I was getting better. I took a lot from the few days I spent out there. I enjoyed it, and I’m applying what I learned here.

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Kirk Cousins headed to Vikings in Jets crusher

It’s time for the Jets to move on to Plan B.

The full-court press they planned for Kirk Cousins ended before it started with the free-agent quarterback taking his first and last meeting with the Vikings on Tuesday. ESPN.com reported that Cousins will sign a three-year deal with Minnesota that is fully guaranteed.

Reid will provide another test case for the ongoing impact of NFL player protests during the national anthem, as Reid was one of the organizing partners of the initial movement. We all know what happened to his friend, colleague and former teammate Colin Kaepernick. Reid would be a prized target, but even he understands the potential limits on the market for him.

1. Address quarterback: The Jets reportedly are negotiating a deal with Teddy Bridgewater. Coming off a gruesome knee injury that cost him the last two seasons, Bridgewater is not going to get big money. The Jets likely could sign him for $8-$10 million for a one- or two-year deal and have him compete with McCown for the starting job.

2. Land a top cornerback: With Malcolm Butler on the verge of signing a five-year deal with the Titans, according to NFL Network, Trumaine Johnson remains as an option on the open market. The Jets currently only have slot corner Buster Skrine as a starter under contract. Landing one of the top corners would cost $14-$15 million per year probably. They also should re-sign Morris Claiborne, who could get about $9 million a year.

3. Get a center: The Jets’ offensive line is not as bad as everyone makes it out to be, but they need an upgrade at center. Weston Richburg is reportedly signing with the 49ers, but Ryan Jensen of the Ravens is still out there. Jensen figures to get around $9 million per season and would fill the hole in the middle of the Jets’ line.

One of these draft quarterbacks, maybe two of them, maybe three of them, will succeed. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Maccagnan needs to get one he likes. He can’t afford to settle for his quarterback of the future just for the sake of showing his fan base that he drafted one.

Maybe this will all turn out to be a blessing in disguise. Maybe Baker Mayfield is the apple of Maccagnan’s eye and will be sitting there for the taking, and bring all that fire and moxie and leadership to Florham Park. Broadway Baker. Who, say, McCown could teach to be a professional.

Maybe they will strike lightning in a bottle with Bridgewater.

Except when was the last time the Jets got lucky at quarterback. Or at anything?

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Andy Reid: No mandate from owner to trade Marcus Peters

Chiefs head coach Andy Reid faced questions about the impending trade of cornerback Marcus Peters to the Rams on Wednesday, but there was only one of them he was willing to talk about ahead of the deal becoming official on March 14.

Not long after Dave Gettleman took over as general manager, his first player transaction was to get rid of Hart, the young but inconsistent right tackle who was deemed to lack the professionalism needed to succeed as an NFL offensive lineman. On Saturday, the Giants released Wing, who was an excellent punter for two seasons but regressed badly in 2017. Now Rodgers-Cromartie is gone. Three players who the previous coaching regime thought were expendable at midseason are no longer employed by the Giants.

This new coaching staff would have taken Rodgers-Cromartie back, but not for the price tag he carried. He had a salary-cap hit of $8.5 million and his release will save the Giants $6.5 million on the cap. Heading into free agency, the Giants were only about $14 million under the cap, with many holes to fill. This inflates the cap money to about $20 million and the Giants are likely not done paring their roster. Brandon Marshall, the veteran receiver coming off ankle surgery, could be next to go if he does not accept a pay cut.

Reports surfaced at the NFL Scouting Combine that the Giants were moving Rodgers-Cromartie to safety, but those reports proved false. A 10-year NFL veteran, Rodgers-Cromartie, who turns 32 on April 7, was moved from his preferred outside cornerback spot in 2016 to the inside slot corner role to accommodate rookie Eli Apple a move many of his teammates did not understand or appreciate, given Apple’s many lapses.

According to Vic Tafur of the Athletic, the Raiders have submitted an initial contract proposal to Khalil Mack and his representatives regarding a contract extension.

Mack is already scheduled to make $13.85 million this season after Oakland picked up the fifth-year option on his rookie contract last year. While the initial proposal probably won’t be the final proposal, it’s a significant step in the process toward getting Mack under contract for the long term with the Raiders.

Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie wouldn’t confirm the existence of a proposal, but made it clear they absolutely want Mack as a part of their future.

I’m not going to get into contracts, I never do, McKenzie said. But make no bones about it: We want Khalil to be a Raider. We’ll leave it at that.

Mack won Defensive Player of the Year honors in 2016 and followed it up with 10.5 sacks last year.

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