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Report: Giants interested in Matt Moore

The Giants picked up the option on backup quarterback Alex Tanney‘s contract. That doesn’t mean they won’t try to upgrade at the position behind Daniel Jones. Indeed, Ralph Vacchiano of SNY reports the Giants are interested in Matt Moore to compete with Tanney. Moore, 35, made two starts with the Chiefs last season while filling [more]

Chiefs get under salary cap by reworking Frank Clark’s deal

The Chiefs have reworked defensive end Frank Clark‘s contract. They converted $5 million of his base salary into a signing bonus, Mike Garafolo of NFL Media reports. That drops Clark’s cap number for 2020 from $22.7 million to $18.95 million. That, plus the release of Cameron Erving, gets the Chiefs under the salary cap before [more]

Buccaneers schedule will feature some fascinating matchups

If Tom Brady had landed in San Francisco, the 49ers schedule would have contained a slew of must-see games. With Brady heading to Tampa Bay, the slate still consists of plenty of compelling matchups. The dates and times won’t be known, but the opponents and the places are. Unfortunately, the Buccaneers won’t play the Patriots [more]

Dolphins agree to deal with Emmanuel Ogbah

The Dolphins are continuing to build out their defense on Tuesday. Agent Drew Rosenhaus told PFT that his client Emmanuel Ogbah has agreed to a two-year, $15 million deal with the Dolphins. Ogbah gets $7.5 million fully guaranteed. The defensive end joins linebacker Kyle Van Noy, cornerback Byron Jones, safety Clayton Fejedelem and pass rusher [more]

Reports: Kendall Fuller going back to Washington on four-year deal

Cornerback Kendall Fuller is set to return to the Washington Redskins after two years in Kansas City, according to multiple reports. Fuller was dealt by Washington to the Chiefs as part of a trade package that brought quarterback Alex Smith to D.C. in 2018. Fuller is now going back to the team that selected him [more]

Chiefs apply franchise tag to Chris Jones

Chiefs defensive lineman Chris Jones is getting the franchise tag. The move, which had been widely expected, is official today, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. Jones indicated that he’s not thrilled about getting the franchise tag, so don’t be surprised if he stays away from the Chiefs until they offer him the kind of [more]

Chiefs will exercise option on Damien Williams’ contract

The Chiefs will be holding onto one member of their Super Bowl-winning offense. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that the team will exercise their option on running back Damien Williams‘ contract for the 2020 season. Williams is set to make $2.3 million in salary and bonuses this year. Williams missed five games with injured [more]

Several more franchise tags expected before deadline

Five teams have used their franchise tags already this offseason and we’re expecting to see several others go that route in the next few hours. Teams have until noon on Monday to use the tags and it will come as no surprise to hear that the Cowboys have applied a tag to quarterback Dak Prescott [more]

Tyrann Mathieu lobbies Chris Harris Jr. to join the Chiefs

Earlier this month, Chiefs safety Tyrann Mathieu publicly expressed interest in teaming up with soon-to-be free-agent cornerback Chris Harris Jr. Mathieu, according to Harris, also has been pursuing Harris privately. “[He says] just come up there [to Kansas City], man,” Harris Jr. recently told TMZ. “Play with him, be able to do what I’ve done [more]

Charvarius Ward earns most money in performance-based pay program

Kansas City cornerback Charvarius Ward received the most money from the $147.952 million the league distributed in performance-based pay, the NFL announced Thursday. Ward will see another $428,335 after making $570,000 in 2019. The former undrafted free agent from Middle Tennessee State started all 16 games for Kansas City, recording 74 tackles, 10 passes defended, [more]

Chiefs, Giants will clear facilities of most employees for next two weeks

NFL teams continue to make changes to their business practices in light of recommendations to limit the spread of COVID-19 in the United States. The Chiefs and Giants both announced that they will have all non-essential personnel work from home for the next two weeks. Both teams say they will continue to assess the situation [more]

Report: MLS latest league to suspend season

Sports leagues which are in season are being forced to make hard decisions to deal with the coronoavirus outbreak. And the latest will keep the country’s top domestic soccer league off the field. According to soccer writer Grant Wahl of SI.com, MLS is “suspending its season immediately until further notice.” The league’s regular season just started [more]

Patriots get league-high four compensatory picks, including two third-rounders

The NFL announced the 32 compensatory picks, which were awarded to 15 teams. The Patriots have a league-high and league-maximum of four — two third-round choices and two sixth-round selections. New England lost Malcom Brown, Trent Brown, Trey Flowers, Chris Hogan, Cordarrelle Patterson, Eric Rowe and LaAdrian Waddle. It added Brandon Bolden. The Broncos, Texans, [more]

Patrick Mahomes should ask for a percentage of the cap

As the Patrick Mahomes contract talks hover over the NFL post-Tom Brady free-agency decision, the simplest solution to Mahomes’ situation continues to hide in plain sight. Mahomes should ask that his compensation be tied to a specific percentage of the annual salary cap. Others have tried to get it. All have failed, possibly because the [more]

Who are your all-time favorite 88s?

In honor of the Playmaker making it to 54 this week, PFT Live devoted a draft to Michael Irvin. After Simms professed his love for Irvin (although Simms initially called him Irving), we drafted a total of six favorite No. 88s, in honor of the jersey worn by Irvin throughout his career in Dallas. Simms [more]

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