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  • CLE Cornerback #34
    NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reports the Browns are signing CB Justin Hardee, formerly of the Jets.
    Hardee has spent the last three seasons with the Jets as a core special teamer. He tallied three solo tackles last season, excelling in kick and punt coverage as a gunner. Hardee now returns to his hometown of Cleveland as the Browns add a special teams ace to their group.
  • CIN Quarterback #9
    Joe Burrow said of his recovery from last season’s wrist injury, “I’m confident I’ve put all the work in I need to make sure I’m healthy,” for next season.
    Burrow suffered a season-ending wrist injury in Week 11 last season and needed to undergo surgery to get it corrected. In the 10 games he appeared in, Burrow threw for 2309-15-6 and completed 66.9 percent of his passes. He said his recovery “hasn’t really affected” his offseason training and said he’s “in a great spot body-wise.” We’d expect Burrow to be ready to go come training camp barring any setbacks.
  • SEA Guard #78
    Seahawks signed OG Laken Tomlinson, formerly of the Jets, to a one-year contract.
    The Jets made Tomlinson a cap casualty earlier this offseason after he started all 17 games for them in 2023. Tomlinson earned a PFF blocking grade of 55.0 in those games, allowing seven sacks on 51 pressures — a noticeable decline from his previous two seasons. The 2021 Pro Bowler has started 138 games in his career should have a chance to start along Seattle’s interior.
  • NYG Linebacker #40
    Giants signed LB Matthew Adams, formerly of the Browns.
    Adams appeared in all 17 games last year, one of which was credited as a start. While he can occasionally pitch in on defense, Adams’ specialty is special teams. He led the league with 435 special teams snaps. Adams also logged 10 tackles on special teams plus a handful more on defense. He will be locked into a high-volume role on special teams for the Giants.
  • TEN LT #78
    Titans acquired LT Leroy Watson from the Browns in exchange for a seventh-round pick.
    It’s hard to imagine this being anymore than a move to add depth along the offensive line, as Watson has played on just 60 offensive snaps since entering the league UDFA in 2022. Watson saw 45 of those snaps come in last season’s Week 18 matchup against the Bengals. He also has familiarity with offensive line coach Bill Callahan, who coached him last season.
  • CLG Wide Receiver
    NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo reports the Bills are hosting Oregon WR Troy Franklin for a visit.
    Per Garafolo, Franklin has also visited the Browns, Jets, Panthers, and Patriots. Franklin posted elite numbers in his final season at Oregon, totaling 1,383 yards and 14 touches on 81 grabs. He led the Ducks in yards and touchdowns while playing alongside multiple NFL-caliber receivers. His stock took a tumble at the combine when he weighed in at 176 pounds and ran a 4.41-second 40-yard dash. For a player billed as a downfield burner, his straight-line speed was underwhelming. Though he doesn’t project to be a target dominator in the NFL, the Bills are dangerously thin at receiver and Franklin would step into a prominent role in the offense out of the gates. Buffalo is one of the premier fantasy landing spots for rookie receivers this year.
  • PHI Wide Receiver #6
    ESPN’s Tim McManus reports the “ball is rolling” on a contract extension for DeVonta Smith.
    Philadelphia’s front office is moving toward extending Smith, 25, entering his fifth NFL season. McManus said “there’s general optimism that a deal will materialize in the near future,” thought he two sides aren’t working on an “imminent deadline.” Smith, a first-round pick in 2020, has back-to-back 1,000 yard receiving seasons, with 240 catches in 50 games as a pro. He’s missed just three games since 2020 despite pre-draft concerns about his slight frame. McManus said Smith could command upwards of $25 million a year in a contract extension — the amount teammate A.J. Brown makes.
  • CLG Wide Receiver
    NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reports the Colts are hosting Texas WR Xavier Worthy for a visit Friday.
    Worthy’s draft stock has steadily risen since he broke the 40 yard dash record at the 2024 NFL Scouting Combine with a time of 4.21 seconds. Worthy has also visited with the Bears. The Colts could stand to add more pass-catching firepower to their offense in 2024, and Worthy — who turns 21 in late April — would profile as an explosive complement to possession receiver Michael Pittman. The blazing fast Worthy had 981 yards and a dozen touchdown grabs on just 62 receptions in his final collegiate season.
  • KC Wide Receiver #4
    Rashee Rice surrendered to police and posted a $40,000 bond.
    Rice faces up to eight felony charges related to a collision in a street race. Rice was seen leaving the scene of the crash, though he has not yet been charged with leaving the site of the collision. Both cars racing in Dallas belonged to Rice, 25, entering his second NFL season with the Chiefs in 2024. Rice could face discipline from the Chiefs and the NFL in the coming months, and could conceivably miss some regular season action.
  • LAR Linebacker #59
    Rams re-signed LB Troy Reeder.
    A 2019 UDFA, Reeder spent the first three years of his career with the Rams before a 2022 Chargers sojourn. He was back with the Rams for 2023, appearing in all 17 games and making six games. An experienced depth piece on defense, Reeder is also a core special teamer.
  • MIA Quarterback #1
    Tua Tagovailoa confirmed he has no plans to skip voluntary OTAs amidst long-term negotiations with the Dolphins.
    It’s a good-will gesture that suggests both sides are serious about getting a deal done before camp. There will be much discussion of the merits of extending Tagovailoa after his second consecutive second half of the season fade, but the reality is he’s been the starting quarterback for back-to-back playoff qualifiers even if he missed the 2022-23 contest. Those kinds of players are simply extended. We would expect it to get done before Week 1.