Mike Pouncey MIA 1 week ago1 Comment

Pouncey signed a five-year extension worth close to $50 million with the Dolphins on Monday, the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports.

Pouncey's deal reportedly includes $22 million guaranteed and makes him one of the league's highest paid centers.The 2011 first-rounder has made the Pro Bowl in consecutive seasons and even showed the ability to play right guard last season.

Joe Mays LB NYJ 1 week ago

Mays officially signed with the Jets on Monday, NJ.com reports.

Mays missed the early half of last season with the Chiefs due to a wrist injury, limiting him to just 20 tackles through eight games played. Now with the Jets, Mays will be on his fifth team since being drafted in 2008. With New York also inking fellow inside linebackers Jamari Lattimore and Erin Henderson this offseason with back-up jobs in mind, the 29-year-old Mays joins them in competing for snaps behind starters David Harris and Demario Davis.

George Johnson DL TB 1 week ago

Johnson's three-year, $9 million offer sheet signed with the Buccaneers is being disputed by the Lions, ESPN.com reports.

Johnson's future employer hangs in the balance while an independent arbitrator reviews the offer sheet he signed last Tuesday with the Buccaneers and identifies all the terms the Lions would be required to match, should they decide to do so. The arbitrator's ruling is expected within 10 days, at which point the Lions would then have two days to match the offer. Johnson began his career in Tampa Bay, but made his biggest impact in Detroit last season, posting a personal best 29 tackles and six sacks in 2014.

John Kuhn RB GB 1 week ago

Kuhn signed a one-year contract Monday to remain with the Packers this season, ESPN.com reports.

Kuhn's deal is reportedly worth the veteran's minimum, with incentives potential raising his salary. Regardless, the Green Bay fan favorite will be back for a ninth season with the Packers. Although he played less than a quarter of the team's offensive snaps last season, Kuhn was still named to his second Pro Bowl and was named The Associated Press All-Pro selection at fullback. While those accomplishments reflect Kuhn's on-field value, his totals of 24 carries for 85 rushing yards and one touchdown last season make Kuhn a player with minimal fantasy value himself.

Sean Richardson DB GB 1 week ago

The Packers have matched the one-year, $2.55 million offer sheet that Richardson signed with the Raiders last week, ESPN.com reports.

Now that he'll being staying with the Packers, Richardson -- who recorded 25 tackles in 16 games for Green Bay this past season -- slots in as the team's No. 3 safety behind starters Morgan Burnett and Ha Ha Clinton-Dix. Moreover, Richardson is in line to reprise his key special teams role with the team.

Daryl Washington LB ARI 1 week ago

Washington will apply for reinstatement from his suspension "within the next week or so," the Arizona Republic reports.

The step would be the first in Washington's quest to learn his availability for the 2015 campaign. His suspension last season resulted from a repeat violation of the league's substance abuse policy, and in order to be reinstated, he must provide all "pertinent information" related to his treatment from his year away from football. The NFL will then have 60 days to review and make a decision on his eligibility. Since no violation has been reported during his ban, Washington seems like a safe bet to receive clearance from the league. However, he still has potential punishment hanging over his head from a domestic violence conviction for a May of 2013 incident, which will likely be taken seriously due to recent high-profile cases from across the NFL.

Greg Jennings WR MIN 1 week ago1 Comment

Jennings (elbow) is visiting the Jaguars on Monday, the Florida Times-Union reports.

While it's unclear if the Jaguars will land Jennings, if the 31-year-old wideout does join the team, he'll provide a veteran complement to second-year pass-catchers Allen Robinson, Allen Hurns and Marqise Lee. Jennings is coming off a 2014 campaign in which he caught 59 passes for 742 yards and six TDs for the Vikings.

Kendall Hunter RB SF 1 week ago

Hunter continues to progress in his recovery from an ACL injury, NFL.com reports.

The report notes that a video on the 49ers' official site shows Hunter running well during the team's offseason workouts. Assuming his health, Hunter will look to carve out a role in the 49ers' post-Frank Gore backfield, which is on track to be headed by Carlos Hyde and Reggie Bush.

Stevan Ridley RB NYJ 1 week ago1 Comment

ESPN.com's Rich Cimini relays that barring any setbacks, Ridley (knee) is expected to be ready when training camp opens.

Ridley, who signed a one-year deal with the Jets, tore his ACL while with the Patriots back on Oct. 12. Once he re-proves his health, look for him to jostle with Bilal Powell for work in the Jets' backfield along with projected starter Chris Ivory.

Allen Robinson WR JAC 1 week ago15 Comments

Robinson (foot) threw out the first pitch in the Detroit Tigers home opener, the Oakland Press reports.

Robinson, a native of nearby Southfield, is coming off a successful rookie season with Jacksonville that was cut short by a fracture in his right foot. He benefitted from additional playing time when other wideouts were injured and then developed some rapport with rookie quarterback Blake Bortles. With Cecil Shorts having moved on, it appears a healthy Robinson will gain a larger share of targets.