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Chiefs lose another offensive contributor

With plenty of young players to pay and only so much money with which to pay them, the Chiefs are having to make some hard choices — and they’re losing some pieces in the process. Offensively, they’ve seen starting center Mitch Morse and blocking tight end Demetrius Harris depart in free agency, for Buffalo and [more]

Jaguars sign Cedric Ogbuehi

The Jaguars have added a new quarterback, and now they’ve added someone to help protect him. The team announced on Saturday morning that tackle Cedric Ogbuehi has signed a free-agent contract. Ogbuehi, the 21st overall pick in the 2015 draft, entered the league as a member of the Bengals. Cincinnati opted last year not to [more]

Report: Blake Bortles to visit the Rams

Blake Bortles could be heading the Hollywood. Cut by the Jaguars, the third pick in the 2014 draft will visit the L.A. Rams next week, according to Mike Silver of NFL Media. The Jaguars released Bortles after signing Nick Foles, the MVP of Super Bowl LII. Sean Mannion, the backup to starter Jared Goff, became [more]

Titans release Blaine Gabbert

The Dolphins are looking for a quarterback. Maybe they can sign Blaine Gabbert. After acquiring Ryan Tannehill in a trade with the Dolphins, the Titans have cut Gabbert. He was under contract through 2019, at a base salary of $1.5 million. The Titans will carry $500,000 in dead cap space under Gabbert’s now-terminated contract. The [more]

Jaguars sign Geoff Swaim

A free agent tight end is heading to Jacksonville. The Jaguars have announced that they signed tight end Geoff Swaim, formerly of the Cowboys. Swaim started nine games for the Cowboys last year and caught 26 passes for 242 yards and one touchdown before he went on injured reserve with a wrist injury. It became [more]

Tom Coughlin defends extending Blake Bortles a year ago

A year ago, flush with excitement over making the AFC Championship Game, the Jaguars gave quarterback Blake Bortles a $54 million extension. This week, they got rid of the quarterback and the contract, leaving a $16.5 million pile of contractual ashes in the form of dead money on the salary cap. And yet, Jaguars executive [more]

Jaydon Mickens visiting Texans

Free agent receiver Jaydon Mickens is visiting the Texans, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports. Mickens, who turns 25 next month, played only six games last season before going on injured reserve Oct. 15 with a fractured ankle. He had 12 punt returns for a 4.9 yards per return average and averaged 24.8 yards [more]

Nick Foles focuses on locker-room relationships

The Jaguars had some locker-room issues last year. New quarterback Nick Foles seems to be intent on fixing that. “The most important part is the locker room,” Foles told reporters at a press conference on Thursday. “It’s about team, it’s about the locker room, it’s about playing with one another.” Foles didn’t mention any issues [more]

Report: Donte Moncrief agrees to two-year deal with Steelers

The Pittsburgh Steelers have reached an agreement with wide receiver Donte Moncrief on a two-year deal, according to Adam Schefter of Moncrief spent last season with the Jacksonville Jaguars, where he recorded 48 catches for 668 yards and three touchdowns. He spent the first four seasons of his career with the Indianapolis Colts. The [more]

The Jaguars release Blake Bortles

Nick Foles is in and, as expected, Blake Bortles is out. One year after signing quarterback Blake Bortles to a three-year, $54 million deal, the Jaguars have cut the third overall pick in the 2014 draft. The team has announced the move. Per a league source, it came without the post-June 1 designation. That will [more]

Packers re-sign Marcedes Lewis

The Packers are re-signing tight end Marcedes Lewis to a one-year deal, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Lewis, 34, joined the Packers last May after 12 seasons in Jacksonville. He made three catches for 39 yards, with the majority of his snaps spent as a blocker. Jimmy Graham remains the Packers top target at the [more]

Doug Marrone: Nick Foles “gives the team a chance”

The Jaguars were able to officially announce their signing of quarterback Nick Foles on Wednesday afternoon and they’ll have a press conference with him on Thursday to discuss the move. Head coach Doug Marrone and offensive coordinator John DeFilippo shared some thoughts via the team’s website on Wednesday. DeFilippo, who worked with Foles when both [more]

Malik Jackson gets fresh start with Eagles

Malik Jackson had started 57 consecutive games until coming off the bench in a Nov. 18 game against the Steelers. He started only once in his final seven games with the Jaguars, losing his job to Abry Jones. The defensive tackle gets a fresh start in Philadelphia after signing a three-year deal with the Eagles. [more]

Jaguars re-sign A.J. Cann

The Jaguars are hanging onto their starting right guard. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that the team has re-signed A.J. Cann ahead of the start of the new league year. Cann has reportedly agreed to a three-year deal worth a little more than $15 million. Cann joined the team as a third-round pick in [more]

Texans will sign Tashaun Gipson

The Texans won’t have Tyrann Mathieu, Kareem Jackson or Kevin Johnson back in their secondary for the 2019 season and they have reportedly come to an agreement with a veteran safety to help build a new group at the back end of the defense. Dianna Russini of ESPN reports that the team will sign former [more]

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