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Report: Tramon Williams could be on Baltimore’s radar

The Ravens, who had secondary issues for much of last season, have been linked to one of the top cornerbacks still on the market. Baltimore has looked into Green Bay’s Tramon Williams, Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun reported Monday. Williams — who turns 32 Monday — has intercepted 28 passes in eight NFL seasons.…

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Monday morning one-liners

Guard remains a need for the Bills. Dolphins DT Earl Mitchell had $3 million of his contract guaranteed five days after the start of the league year. How might WR Stevie Johnson fit into the Patriots Offense? A look at what mock drafts are predicting for the Jets. Tennessee State G Robert Myers had a…

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Michael Crabtree, Tramon Williams among the top free agents left

So who’s left in free agency? Per PFT’s rankings, here are the top 12 unsigned players as of Sunday: 13) Panthers defensive end Greg Hardy. 32) 49ers wide receiver Michael Crabtree. 40) Ex-Chiefs wide receiver Dwayne Bowe. 41) Raiders center Stefen Wisniewski. 44) Bengals tight end Jermaine Gresham. 47) Packers cornerback Tramon Williams. 58) Saints…

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Tramon Williams visiting Browns on Sunday

The Browns’ search for a veteran cornerback continues on Sunday. According to multiple reports, Tramon Williams is visiting with the team in Cleveland. Williams is a free agent after nine seasons with the Packers and previously met with the Saints during his search for a job for the 2015 season. Williams has started every game for…

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As usual, Packers are quiet in free agency

The opening of free agency saw a frenzy of signings across the NFL. But not in Green Bay. The Packers are the only team in the league that hasn’t signed a single player away from another team this week. And that’s par for the course for Packers General Manager Ted Thompson, who believes strongly in…

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Sunday morning one-liners

Bills General Manager Doug Whaley said last week was ” the most activity I’ve seen on the trade front.” Can coach Joe Philbin change along with the Dolphins? Matt Light didn’t play in this Patriots Super Bowl win, but he still got a kick out of it. Jets cornerbacks Darrelle Revis and Antonio Cromartie aren’t the…

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Vikings part ways with Greg Jennings after Mike Wallace trade

The writing was on the wall for Greg Jennings when the Vikings traded for Mike Wallace last night. Today, they put it on paper. The Vikings announced they cut the former Packers wide receiver, their last effort at finding a big-money big-play receiver. Jennings was due $8.9 million this year, and would have counted $11…

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Saturday one-liners

The Bills still intend to sign Miami TE Charles Clay to an offer sheet. Dolphins TE Jordan Cameron has a simple scouting report on himself:  “I can run, and I can win.” The new contract signed by Patriots WR Danny Amendola created $2.54 million in cap space. The annual average of the new contract signed…

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It was impossible to miss in 2011 Draft, unless you took a QB

With all the big deals going down last week, there were three moves that were very easy to overlook. Yet they’re tied together by a common thread, and an unusual collection of talent around them that made it almost impossible to screw up their choices. Yet three teams did, and badly. With the retirement of quarterback Jake…

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Seantrel Henderson leads all players in performance-based pay

The NFL’s performance-based pay system is designed to reward lower-paid players who get a lot of playing time. In the case of Bills tackle Seantrel Henderson, the rewards were significant. Henderson, the Bills’ seventh-round draft pick last year, started all 16 games as a rookie and was on the field for a total of 1,132…

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Jaguars open the Seattle pipeline again, sign Bryan Walters

The Pacific Northwest to North Florida pipeline is open again. The Jaguars announced they have signed wide receiver Bryan Walters, who wasn’t tendered by the Seahawks, making him a free agent. The article announcing it on the team website casually mentions that they pursued Packers free agent Randall Cobb also (oh, by the way), but talks mostly…

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Which team offered the Rams a first-round pick for Bradford?

On Friday afternoon, Rams coach Jeff Fisher told PFT Live on NBC Sports Radio that a team had offered a “late” first-round pick for quarterback Sam Bradford before the Rams traded Bradford and a fifth-round pick to the Eagles for quarterback Nick Foles, a fourth-round pick, and a 2016 second-round pick. So which team was…

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Percy Harvin plans his next move

Before the Jets cut receiver Percy Harvin, the teams to watch for his services were the Packers, Chargers, and Patriots.  But then the move happened, and the Bills moved quickly to bring him to Buffalo. The two-day visit ended Thursday.  Per a source with knowledge of the situation, Harvin is now taking some time to plan…

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Friday morning one-liners

WR Marcus Easley was wondering if the Bills had money left to re-sign him after all their other moves. Should the Dolphins explore a deal for Eagles G Evan Mathis? Beefing up the front end of the defense is one way for the Patriots to deal with departing cornerbacks. Jets WR Saalim Hakim wants to…

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NFL may “tweak” the language of the catch/no catch rule

Dez Bryant’s non-catch against the Packers in the playoffs was enough to get the NFL Competition Committee’s attention about the NFL’s problem with confusing, convoluted rules. But was it enough to get the NFL to change its rules? Maybe. Slightly. A source told Mark Maske of the Washington Post that anyone hoping for a radical…

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