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  • 2/23, 7:39 am
    • Winston was involved in a car...

      Winston was involved in a car wreck recently and ultimately was cited for careless driving, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.

      Analysis: Despite Winston being partially at fault for the wreck, a punishment from the NFL is not expected and he was uninjured. The 24-year-old will head into the 2018 season on the last remaining year of his contract.

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  • 2/22, 5:00 pm
    • Glanton (lower leg) won't be tendered...

      Glanton (lower leg) won't be tendered by the Buccaneers and will become a free agent, Greg Auman of the Tampa Bay Times reports.

      Analysis: Glanton broke his leg in the season finale and likely won't be signed until he's fully recovered from his injury, which figures to be around April. Expect the linebacker to sign with Tampa Bay or another team once he's healthy.

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  • 2/22, 4:56 pm
    • Gano is likely to receive the...

      Gano is likely to receive the franchise tag from the Panthers, Jeremy Bergman of reports.

      Analysis: Gano is coming off a strong 2017, which saw him hit 29-of-30 field goals, with his only miss coming from more than 50 yards. He's been with the team for the past six seasons and the team can keep him around for a seventh year at $4.8 million by using the tag.

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  • 2/22, 4:46 pm
    • Novak (back) has recovered from injuries...

      Novak (back) has recovered from injuries that resulted in his ending the 2017 season on Injured Reserve and he intends to play in 2018, Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reports.

      Analysis: Novak was placed on IR in Week 14 after sitting out a few weeks prior to that. He's not currently under contract for 2018 and will likely be looking at a near minimum deal if he does sign with a team.

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  • 2/22, 4:39 pm
    • Barnidge is looking to play in...

      Barnidge is looking to play in 2018 at a fair price, Alex Marvez of reports.

      Analysis: Barnidge sat out 2017 despite interest from a few teams. The veteran tight end said that he would only play on a fair deal and thought the contracts offered last year were too low given the 1,655 yards and 11 touchdowns he recorded during his last two years in Cleveland. It's unclear how much interest there is for Barnidge's service, but the door is open for his return to action in 2018.

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