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  • NYG Quarterback #8
    ESPN’s Jordan Raanan said he’s been told by “multiple sources” that “if the situation presents itself correctly,” the Giants would be open to drafting a QB in the first round.
    As Raanan points out, the Giants have the No. 6 overall pick in this year’s draft, along with two second-round picks. In addition to the draft capital, there are also questions over whether or not the team wants to move forward with Jones given his recent injury history (neck/torn ACL). Jones signed a four-year, $160 million deal last offseason, which the Giants almost instantly regretted after a 40-0 Week 1 loss to the Cowboys in which Jones threw for 104 yards and one touchdown. It was only one game, but the struggles looked eerily familiar. Jones later suffered a neck injury that sidelined him for a few weeks and then a torn ACL, which kept him out for the remainder of the year. Already holding a high pick in the draft, it wouldn’t be surprising to see the Giants take a shot on a top quarterback come April, as Jones has struggled to look like a franchise quarterback for much of his career.
  • HOU Wide Receiver #14
    C.J. Stroud said Stefon Diggs will bring “wisdom” to the Texans receiver room.
    Stroud said Tuesday that he was “very excited” when he heard Houston had acquired the disgruntled Diggs from the Bills. “He adds a ton of value to that room, a lot of wisdom that he carries that will spread to the other guys,” Stroud said, adding Diggs has reached out to Texans players over the past week. The Texans removed the final three years of Diggs’ contract, making his current contract a one-year deal. Headed into his age-31 season, coming off a down 2023 campaign, Diggs will compete for targets with Tank Dell and Nico Collins, both of whom are far better than any wideout Diggs played with in Buffalo.
  • MIA Quarterback #1
    ESPN’s Cameron Wolfe believes the Dolphins could take an offensive lineman in the 2024 NFL Draft.
    Miami has just two picks inside the top 150 in the upcoming draft, and Wolfe suggests the team could take an offensive lineman to protect Tua Tagovailoa. Wolfe said the Dolphins could target Oklahoma OT Tyler Guyton, who met with the team on Monday. Guyton played right tackle at Oklahoma, protecting the blindside of left-handed QB Dillon Gabriel. He should have positional flexibility in the NFL. It would be a somewhat curious use of draft capital; no quarterback in 2023 faced a lower pressure rate than Tagovailoa, who was sacked on a meager 4.7 percent of his drop backs.
  • NYG Cornerback #44
    Giants signed restricted free agent CB Nick McCloud to a one-year, $3 million contract.
    The Giants lack depth in the secondary and it currently appears as if the three-year veteran will get a shot at a starting perimeter cornerback role this season. McCloud has appeared in 33 games for New York, 11 of which have been starts, amassing 71 tackles and nine pass defenses during that time.
  • FA Quarterback
    NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reports Patriots will host QB Michael Penix for a Top-30 visit.
    Rapoport adds that the quarterback will attend a dinner with “brass and coaches” from New England tonight before his official visit tomorrow. It’s no secret the organization is in dire need of a quarterback after moving on from failed former first-round draft pick Mac Jones this offseason, with New England seemingly leaving no stone unturned in a relatively deep draft class at the position. Penix appears to be climbing up draft boards around the league after demonstrating “elite arm talent” at his pro day, now a potential first-round selection after largely considered a Day Two pick early in the offseason.
  • GB Running Back #31
    Packers signed RB Emanuel Wilson to a one-year contract.
    Wilson was an exclusive rights free agent, meaning he was never at real risk of going anywhere else unless the Packers opted not to bring him back. Wilson has rushed 14 times for 85 scoreless yards in his career and will need to battle to make the 53-man roster this offseason. In additional to Wilson, the Packers also signed punter Daniel Whelan to his ERFA contract.
  • DET Running Back #13
    Lions re-signed RB Craig Reynolds.
    Reynolds was an exclusive rights free agent this offseason and will now return to battle for a spot on the team’s 53-man roster. The former UDFA has stuck around on the Lions for the last three seasons after previous stops in Washington and Jacksonville and has totaled 119-511-1 on the ground while adding another 22 catches for 218 yards since 2021. His contributions on special teams have been valuable in his efforts to make the team each of the last three seasons and will likely play a role in deciding whether or not he’s on the team in 2024.
  • TB Defensive End #92
    Buccaneers re-signed DE Williams Gholston.
    Gholston has spent his entire 11-year career with the Buccaneers and is set to return for a 12th season this year. The veteran lineman played on a career-low 244 snaps last season despite playing in 16 games and hasn’t registered a sack since 2021. Gholston is likely returning on a low-end salary and will be used in a situational role.
  • DEN Defensive Tackle #90
    Broncos signed DT Angelo Blackson, formerly of the Jaguars.
    Blackson is a 10-year vet who has also spent time with the Titans, Texans, Cardinals, and Bears. The former fourth-round pick played on just 215 snaps last season — a career-low — and appeared in only 11 games. Blackson has started in 42 of 128 career games and will likely serve as a situational role player for the Broncos this season.
  • MIN Wide Receiver #18
    Justin Jefferson did not report to the Vikings’ first day of voluntary workouts.
    Much like CeeDee Lamb, Jefferson is another star receiver currently set to play out 2024 under the fifth year of his rookie contract. Jefferson, who is arguably the league’s best receiver, has reportedly had “a lot of great dialogue” with head coach Kevin O’Connell, who said it “remains to be seen” what Jefferson will do over the remainder of the offseason. It wouldn’t be surprising to see Jefferson stay away from voluntary programs until he and the team reach an agreement on an extension, but it also wouldn’t be surprising to see him hold out of training camp if a deal still isn’t in place.
  • LV Center #65
    Raiders signed OG Cody Whitehair, formerly of the Bears.
    Whitehair was the Bears’ second-round pick in 2016 and has been with them for the last eight seasons. He’s started 118 of the 124 games he’s appeared in for his career and was voted to the Pro Bowl in 2018. With experience at both guard and center, Whitehair provides the Raiders with a bit of versatility along the interior. He earned a PFF grade of 45.0 last season — the lowest mark of his career.