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  • 6/22, 12:57 pm
    • Walker was released by the Rams...

      Walker was released by the Rams on Thursday, Adam Caplan of ESPN.com reports.

      Analysis: Walker signed with the Rams back in March after spending the past two seasons with the Lions. Only 27, the defensive tackle has a good shot of winding up on another roster before training camp.

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  • 6/22, 12:51 pm
    • Uzomah has been working hard in...

      Uzomah has been working hard in the offseason to sharpen all aspects of his game, Dan Hoard of the Bengals' official site reports. "I'm trying to work on my hands -- whether it's as a blocker or getting off the jam," Uzomah said. "I'm working on my hips a little bit too. ...I've also been working with Ben (Creamer) from Ignition APG with boxing and hand fighting and he does a great job with that. I did it a little last year but not as much as I will this upcoming year. I think that helps tremendously and translates to the field a lot."

      Analysis: Uzomah had to step up last season after starting tight end Tyler Eifert missed games due to injury. The 24-year-old ended the season with 25 receptions for 234 yards and one score. Uzomah is looking to pick up where he left off last season, but he may have to take a backseat to Eifert (back) and Tyler Kroft (knee) on the depth chart. However, if injuries prevail, the Bengals will have some assurance, knowing that Uzomah is waiting in the wings.

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  • 6/22, 10:36 am
    • Manning has a revised set of...

      Manning has a revised set of offensive weapons for the upcoming season, including free-agent pickup Brandon Marshall and 2017 first-round pick Evan Engram, Conor Orr of NFL.com reports.

      Analysis: After the aforementioned moves, Manning has exchanged the broken-down Victor Cruz for Marshall while adding one of the promising tight ends from a stacked class of rookies. With Marshall and Engram joining wideouts Odell Beckham and Sterling Shepard, and competent pass-catching backs Paul Perkins and Shane Vereen and tight end Will Tye, the Giants boast their best array of skill-position talent of the last decade and perhaps Manning's entire career. Unfortunately for Manning, he's regressed significantly as he prepares for his age-36 season, struggling with deep passes (52.8 QB rating on throws of 21-plus yards in 2016) and being saddled with an uninspiring head coach (Ben McAdoo). However, Manning has the weapons at his disposal to reach his heights of the past.

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  • 6/22, 9:04 am
    • Rogers could compete with Kamar Aiken...

      Rogers could compete with Kamar Aiken and Philip Dorsett for the third and fourth spots on the wideout depth chart, Kevin Bowen of Colts.com reports.

      Analysis: The Colts signed Aiken away from Baltimore to push Dorsett, but the team also has an in-house option to challenge its disappointing 2015 first-round pick for the No. 3 wideout role. Rogers was a surprise contributor last year as an undrafted rookie, catching 19 of 35 targets for 273 yards (14.4 per catch, 7.8 per target) in 14 games, also adding 13 punt returns for 119 yards. Listed at 6-foot-1, 180 pounds, he doesn't impress in terms of size or speed (4.51 40 at his pro day), and yet quarterback Andrew Luck, offensive coordinator Rod Chudzinski and GM Chris Ballard all spoke highly of Rogers' continued development after the Colts' offseason program wrapped up. While he'll likely still be an underdog in the competition for the No. 3 wideout job, Rogers shouldn't have too much trouble earning a roster spot.

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    6/22, 8:38 am
    • Olsen said it's too early to...

      Olsen said it's too early to say whether he'd consider holding out of training camp as part of his effort to secure a new contract, ESPN.com's Adam Schefter reports.

      Analysis: Considering training camp is only five weeks away, Olsen presumably at least has some idea about his plan for landing a new contract. His $6.5 million base salaries for the next two seasons would seem to make him a clear bargain in comparison to other top tight ends, but the situation is partly of his choosing, as his contract contains a much higher percentage in guarantees (53.3 percent) than the deals signed by Rob Gronkowski, Jordan Reed, Travis Kelce and Jimmy Graham. Olsen agreed to the deal two years ago, seemingly trading some upside in exchange for security. The Panthers probably don't want to set the precedent of a large-scale renegotiation for a contract that was signed only two years ago and still has two years remaining, but the 32-year-old Olsen did mention that he hopes to play another five or six seasons, which could make an extension amenable to both parties. He hasn't missed a game since 2007 despite handling a heavy workload throughout his time in Carolina, drawing triple-digit targets each of the past five seasons, including 122 or more the last three years.

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