NFL Player News

  • Joe Mixon RB | CIN

    Bengals' Joe Mixon: Long-term deal possible

    While there haven't been any signs of progress in negotiations, Bengals Director of Player Personnel Duke Tobin said that the organization desired to sign Mixon to a long-term deal, Chris Roling of USA Today reports.

    The initial conventional wisdom was that a deal with Mixon would have to wait until the Bengals resolved A.J. Green's long-term contract situation, but that might not necessarily be the case.

  • Steelers' Ben Roethlisberger: Doing well in rehab

    Roethlisberger (elbow) is expected to be ready when the season begins, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review writer Chris Adamski reports.

    When asked about Roethlisberger's projected availability for the Steelers' season opener September 14 at the Giants, coach Mike Tomlin said, "As we sit here today, we are extremely confident in his readiness." The Steelers need Big Ben to stay healthy this season for the offense to improve after being one of the worst in the league last year. "He's throwing on a rehab schedule, and it's going well, and we fully anticipate him being ready to go for that opener," added Tomlin.

  • Eric Wilson LB | MIN

    Vikings' Eric Wilson: Signs tender

    Wilson has signed his restricted free agent tender for $3.259 million for the 2020 season, Ben Goessling of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.

    Wilson suited up for all 16 games in 2019 and accumulated 62 tackles (36 solo) and three sacks in the process. He currently projects as the team's starting weakside linebacker heading into 2020. The 25-year-old will look to pick up where he left off this year, as he finished Week 17 against the Bears last season with a career-high 12 tackles (seven solo) and one sack.

  • Larry Warford: Released by Saints

    The Saints have let Warford go, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

    Warford's release saves the Saints nearly $8 million and clears the path for rookie first-round pick Cesar Ruiz to handle the right guard duties immediately. The veteran will likely find a number of teams vying for his services in 2020.

  • Gabriel Davis WR | BUF

    Bills' Gabriel Davis: Signs rookie contract

    Davis has signed his rookie deal, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports.

    The fourth-rounder out of Central Florida gives the Bills a little bit of the size (6-foot-2 and 216 pounds) at the WR position they lacked last season. However, the top three receiving spots are covered by Stefon Diggs, John Brown and Cole Beasley, so Davis will have to perform well in what looks to be a competitive summer battle with a slew of other wideouts with varying skills, and at best he looks like a No. 4 to start his NFL career. That said, the Bills got good value with him still sitting there in the fourth round and he's considered a hard worker with a great attitude -- in other words, a Sean McDermott type of player -- so we'd be surprised if there's not a spot for him on the final roster.

  • Jake Fromm QB | BUF

    Bills' Jake Fromm: Signs rookie contract

    Fromm signed his rookie contract with the Bills on Friday, Field Yates of ESPN reports.

    The former Georgia quarterback is now under contract for the next four years in Buffalo. Josh Allen is the face of the franchise and only entering his third year, so Fromm will serve as a backup and developmental quarterback for the Bills, though how he fits in with Matt Barkley -- a guy that works well with Allen -- in the same room remains to be seen. We could see the Bills keeping three quarterbacks and the Fromm beginning his career as the No. 3 option.

  • A.J. Epenesa DE | BUF

    Bills' A.J. Epenesa: Inks rookie deal

    Epenesa signed his four-year rookie contract with the Bills on Friday, Field Yates of ESPN reports.

    The Bills now have their highest pick from the 2020 draft under contract. Epenesa was taken in the second round but was considered by some to be a first-round talent. He figures to be a fixture in Buffalo's defensive end rotation immediately.

  • Mike Glennon QB | ARI

    Jaguars' Mike Glennon: Picked up by Jacksonville

    Glennon agreed to terms with the Jaguars on Friday, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports.

    The Jaguars add veteran depth at quarterback behind Gardner Minshew with the Glennon signing. Jacksonville had very little experience on the depth chart behind Minshew with only Joshua Dobbs and rookie project Jake Luton there before this signing. Glennon projects to be the top backup in Jacksonville but won't be in contention for the starting job in all likelihood.

  • Browns' Rashard Higgins: Officially back with Browns

    Higgins officially re-signed with the Browns on Friday.

    The fifth-year receiver agreed to rejoin the Browns in late April and now the ink is dry and the deal is official. Higgins has a chance to be Cleveland's No. 3 receiver in 2019 after the club passed on spending significant resources on the position in free agency or the draft. That said, Odell Beckham and Jarvis Landry are powerful draws for targets, and the club added tight end Austin Hooper to bolster the intermediate passing game.

  • Brandin Bryant DT | CLE

    Brandin Bryant: Let go by Cleveland

    Bryant was waived by the Browns on Friday, Jake Trotter of ESPN.com reports.

    The Browns had to clear a spot after re-signing Rashard Higgins and did so by waiving Bryant. The Florida Atlantic product will now hit waivers and can be claimed by any other team.

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