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Cardinals waive Malachi Dupre

Wide receiver Malachi Dupre was waived by the Arizona Cardinals on Wednesday to make way for the addition of defensive tackle Terrell McClain. Dupre appeared in one game for the Cardinals last December and played five offensive snaps for the team. A seventh-round pick of the Green Bay Packers in 2017, Dupre has bounced between [more]

Eagles add tackle Casey Tucker following tryout

The Philadelphia Eagles have added an offensive lineman that went through a tryout with the team through rookie mini-camp earlier this month. The Eagles signed former Arizona State tackle Casey Tucker on Wednesday. He’s the second offensive lineman that took part in mini-camp as a tryout player to be signed to the roster, joining Arkansas [more]

Kevin White hopes to finally make an impact in the NFL

Prior to the 2015 draft, Kevin White and Amari Cooper were regarded as the best two prospects at the receiver position. Scouts saw Cooper as ready to make an immediate impact, and they regarded White as a more raw, long-term prospect. They didn’t expect White’s development to require four full seasons. With his career marred [more]

Report: Washington, Brandon Scherff talking extension

Washington wants to get an extension with Brandon Scherff. The offensive guard wants to remain in Washington long term. Thus far, the sides have not come to an agreement. They are talking, though. “We’ve been talking, but I’m not really worried about that,” Scherff said, via JP Finlay of NBCSportsWashington.com. “I’m here for another year, [more]

Report: Bengals have interest in Gerald McCoy

Gerald McCoy said good-bye to the Buccaneers in an Instagram video Wednesday. He vowed to “retire as a Buc.” But retirement isn’t on the horizon for the 31-year-old defensive tackle. McCoy now finds himself a free agent with a chance to choose his next destination. The Patriots, Colts and Browns reportedly have interest in McCoy. [more]

No word yet on a final deal between Buccaneers, Ndamukong Suh

On Tuesday, multiple reports emerged indicating that the Buccaneers and defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh are “finalizing” a one-year deal. A day later, no deal has been done. The official NFL transactions report for Wednesday does not reveal that Suh has joined the Buccaneers. And, as we’ve learned time and again over the years, no deal [more]

Bears “seeing some different looks” with Chuck Pagano running defense

After being hired as the defensive coordinator in Chicago in January, Chuck Pagano said that the Bears defense won’t change much with Vic Fangio now running the show in Denver. That doesn’t mean it won’t be changing at all and head coach Matt Nagy indicated on Wednesday that they’re seeing some new things during organized [more]

Jon Bostic joins Washington with Reuben Foster on IR

Washington won’t have Reuben Foster in the lineup at linebacker this season, but they may have Jon Bostic. The NFL’s daily transaction report includes moves involving both linebackers. Washington signed Bostic to fill the roster spot that opened up when Foster was placed on injured reserve. Foster tore his ACL during Monday’s opening practice of [more]

Will Robert Quinn continue anthem protest with Cowboys?

After signing Robert Quinn as a free agent this spring, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said the defensive end’s national anthem protests were “not a concern.” “We all know where we stand with the Cowboys,” Jones told PFT. The Cowboys are one of the few NFL teams never to have had a player protest during the [more]

Chris Long points to NFL’s “arbitrary” and “silly” marijuana testing

At a time when the NFL appears to be willing to liberalize its approach to marijuana, one of the game’s ambassadors admitted that he was a frequent user, and that the league’s testing program isn’t really designed to catch people. During an appearance on the Dan Patrick Show, retired defensive end (and former Walter Payton [more]

Saints sign three, cut three including Derek Newton

The Saints signed two of the offensive linemen they worked out today, and another guy for good measure. The team announced the addition of veteran tackle Marshall Newhouse, center Ryan Groy, and safety Terrell Williams Jr. To make room for them on the roster, they cut veteran tackle Derek Newton and waived guard Mike Herndon and wide [more]

Clay Matthews feeling something like a rookie again

Everything is different for Rams linebacker Clay Matthews right now. If there is such a thing as being a rookie in an 11th season, Matthews is that. Although Matthews has returned home to Southern California, where he has maintained his offseason home, Matthews has never played for another NFL team other than the Packers. So [more]

Garrett Bradbury at center, Pat Elflein at guard for Vikings

When the Vikings made Garrett Bradbury their first-round pick last month, word from the team was that they had not decided if Bradbury would be playing center or guard as pro. It appears they’ve made their choice. Bradbury played center at North Carolina State and lined up there with the media watching at Wednesday organized [more]

Report: Gerald McCoy intrigued by Browns, could make visit

Free agent defensive tackle Gerald McCoy is “intrigued” by the Browns and could make a visit to Cleveland, Mary Kay Cabot of cleveland.com reports. The Browns have expressed interest in McCoy, making contact with his representation, according to Cabot. Browns offensive coordinator Todd Monken, who spent the previous three seasons in Tampa with McCoy, said [more]

Seahawks sign D.K. Metcalf

The Seahawks are down to one unsigned draft pick. Second-round wide receiver D.K. Metcalf is the latest member of their 2019 draft class to agree to a deal. The team announced that Metcalf signed his four-year rookie contract on Wednesday. Metcalf made waves in the pre-draft process due to his build and his strong performance [more]

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