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Confirms lack of offer
Hooper confirmed in an interview with 92.9 The Game in Orlando that he's yet to receive a contract offer from the Falcons, Orlando Ledbetter of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Bond set at $110K after arrest
Brown was granted bail and had his bond set at $110,000 for three charges at his hearing Friday, including felony burglary with battery. He will be monitored via GPS, must go through drug/alcohol testing, and undergo a mental health evaluation, ESPN.com reports.
Wants to remain in Pittsburgh
Optimism he remains in Miami
Could be in line for starting role
Expected to walk in free agency
Future in Denver uncertain
Wants to return to New England
Wants to stay in Dallas
Expected to return by GM
Could get huge payday
Future in Green Bay uncertain
May have to wait for new deal
Cooper could have to wait until the Cowboys get Dak Prescott's contract situation settled before talks between his camp and Dallas begin in earnest.
Top FA priority for Dallas
The Cowboys have identified signing Prescott to an extension as their top priority this offseason, Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News reports. "It's been urgent for us," team vice president Stephen Jones said Wednesday. "We certainly want to get that done. That's our No. 1 priority as we go into the offseason is to ...hopefully find some resolution to it and get that done."
Could see limited return in 2020
Lynch could return to the Seahawks in some capacity in 2020, although he's unlikely to subject his body to a full offseason, training camp and 16-game schedule, Gregg Bell of The Tacoma News Tribune reports. "He's going to go home and think about it...I don't know, I don't know what he's going to do. I don't think he knows yet...," coach Pete Carroll said Tuesday about bringing Lynch back in such a part-time role. "We're open to whatever. We'll look at everything. I can't tell you right now."
Could return to Cincy
Re-signing Green (ankle) is a priority for the Bengals this offseason, Geoff Hobson of the team's official website reports. "Oh, absolutely. He's a big priority for us," coach Zac Taylor said Tuesday. "Things will have to work out over the course of the spring, but we certainly plan on A.J. being in the fold next year. He's back healthy and we know that's a huge weapon that will certainly benefit us."
Little progress in contract talks
In danger of arrest for battery
Done with offseason surgeries
Won't need surgery
Odell Beckham Jr.
Recovering from core muscle surgery
Should be fine for OTAs
Believed to be moving on
Outlook for 2020 muddled
Bills a potential suitor