Will V-Jax be back with Bucs in '15? 

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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers' future at wide receiver is invested in Mike Evans, whom they drafted in the first round last year. That leaves veteran Vincent Jackson as a fairly hefty short-term investment with a $12.2 million salary-cap hit next season.

Will he be back with the Bucs for the 2015 campaign?

Eagles determined to draft Mariota? 

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With the combine in the rear-view mirror, we have just about two months left until the NFL draft. Most signs continue to point toward the Tampa Bay Buccaneers selecting Jameis Winston with the No. 1 overall pick. That leaves the positioning of Marcus Mariota entirely unclear.

ESPN NFL Insider Todd McShay gave Mariota to the New York Jets in his latest mock draft, but what about the Philadelphia Eagles? Could they really commit to moving up from No. 20 to reunite coach Chip Kelly with his former Oregon quarterback?

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Will Lions re-sign Rob Sims? 

February, 27, 2015
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Guard Rob Sims has spent the past five seasons with the Detroit Lions, but the club has been relatively quiet this offseason in discussing whether he will re-sign with the team as an unrestricted free agent.

However, general manager Martin Mayhew expressed interest in doing so on Thursday.

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Where will Peterson play in 2015? 

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Although a judge opened the door Thursday for Adrian Peterson to resume his NFL career, the league intends to appeal the decision, so nothing is set in stone by any means. Even if he is cleared to play next season, he may not be back with the Vikings, as plenty of tension appears to remain between his camp and the front office.

If Peterson is allowed to play in 2015 but the Vikings cut ties with him, where will he play?

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Big day for Bulls, Rose 

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UPDATE: The Bulls announced Rose should return in 4-6 weeks following Friday's surgery. This is good news for the team and Rose as the playoffs begin in seven weeks.

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Friday is a very important day for the Chicago Bulls as Derrick Rose is set to have a meniscectomy in the morning to take care of the torn right medial meniscus. If there is severe damage he will be out for the season, however a minor tear can be just snipped off, which would allow him to return in a few weeks.

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SVG's discussion with Brandon Jennings 

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The Detroit Pistons acquired point guard Reggie Jackson on the trade deadline day last week and that move made a discussion between president of basketball operations/head coach Stan Van Gundy and Brandon Jennings necessary.

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Reduced workload for Austin Jackson 

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Austin Jackson is just 28 years old, but Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon apparently is worried about his center fielder’s workload.

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Ainge puts Bass on full blast 

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The Boston Celtics will be without Jared Sullinger for the rest of the season due to a left foot fracture. Bass knows he needs to drastically improve his conditioning in the offseason, however that didn't stop president of basketball operations Danny Ainge from publicly criticizing the forward.

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Updating Bismack Biyombo's status 

February, 27, 2015
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The Charlotte Hornets have been without backup center Bismack Biyombo since Jan. 24 due to a severe bone bruise to his right knee. According to The Charlotte Observer, Biyombo will likely be cleared to play on Sunday against the Orlando Magic.

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Mason Plumlee's dwindling minutes 

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Mason Plumlee remains the Brooklyn Nets starting center, however that doesn't mean he plays the most minutes at the position. In the last five games, Plumlee is averaging 21.4 minutes, while Brook Lopez is on the floor for 28. 6 minutes. In the last three games, Lopez is averaging 33.0 minutes and Plumlee just 15.7 minutes.

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Brewers bullpen finalized? 

February, 27, 2015
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It took the entire offseason and a few days into spring training, but Francisco Rodriguez is again a member of the Milwaukee bullpen after agreeing to a two-year, $13 million deal on Wednesday. What does mean for the rest of the Brewers’ bullpen?

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Rockies looking to deal a catcher? 

February, 27, 2015
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The Colorado Rockies have no plans on keeping three pure catchers on their Opening Day roster, so either Wilin Rosario or Michael McKenry could be traded during spring training, says Patrick Saunders of the Denver Post.

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Is Darren Collison's season over? 

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UPDATE: Collison's season is over as he is set to have surgery next week to repair a "core muscle injury" and he needs at least a month to recover. With the 2014-15 regular season set to conclude in mid-April, a return to the lineup is out of the question for the Kings point guard.

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The Sacramento Kings have been without starting point guard Darren Collison since Feb. 7 due to a strained right hip flexor and according to a report, his season might be over thanks to the injury.

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Jose Calderon is dealing with a sore left Achilles and it's bad enough that he was still wearing a walking boot on Thursday. While there is some talk his season might be over, he doesn't think that is the case, although he will know more after meeting with the team doctor, reports ESPNNewYork.com.

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Last year for Murphy in Queens? 

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Daniel Murphy is open to signing a contract extension with the New York Mets, but no in-season talks are planned and the “expectation is the Mets will let him walk” next winter when he is eligible for free agency, reports Adam Rubin of ESPNNewYork.com.

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