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Anthony Collins weighing Bucs, Bengals, Panthers offers

According to Greg Auman of the Tampa Bay Times, Collins is weighing offers from the Bucs and the Panthers in addition to the Bengals, and all three have “comparable money.”

While two of those make sense, it’s the first peep we’ve heard from the Panthers in free agency, other than to say goodbye to guys leaving or retiring.

Collins was good enough at left tackle to make the Bengals leave Pro Bowler Andrew Whitworth inside last year, so teams obviously think he has value.

Okay.

 

 

 

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Browns screenshot drama simply a false alarm

The truth is this: Farmer entered the press conference room through the team’s non-football video edit suite. That’s the room where team website and in-house television shows, segments and interviews are produced. Names on that white board were simply names of potential free agents of interest so that those people who make the videos — read: not the people who make the football decisions — could be prepared with highlights if any of those players signed with the Browns.

Okay.

 

 

 

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Ravens watching wide receiver market while taking care of their key players

Several receiving options remain available on the free-agent market and one big name, the Carolina Panthers’ Steve Smith, could become available soon. There are a number of veteran offensive linemen who are still unsigned, while the market at safety and middle linebacker — two positions of need for the Ravens — continues to thin out.

Okay?

 

 

 

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Jonathan Dwyer bolts for Arizona, Steelers perilously thin at running back

According to Tribune-Review writer Mark Kaboly, the Steelers had no interest in bringing Dwyer back. Just judging by the 20ish carries he had over the course of last year, it doesn’t seem like performance was an issue – even if it would have been clear the Steelers weren’t looking for a starter.

According to Tribune-Review writer Mark Kaboly, the Steelers had no interest in bringing Dwyer back. Just judging by the 20ish carries he had over the course of last year, it doesn’t seem like performance was an issue – even if it would have been clear the Steelers weren’t looking for a starter.

Okay.

 

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