Michael Crabtree's six-year tenure with the San Francisco 49ers may come to an end this offseason. During that span, he managed just one 1,000-yard campaign (2012) and posted a career-worst 10.3 yards-per-catch average last season, so he may find limited interest on the free-agent market.

However, it appears the Niners may still bring him back.

Is Colts-Suh pairing unlikely? 

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Unless the Detroit Lions lock up Ndamukong Suh to a new contract before Tuesday, he will be eligible to sign with any team as a free agent. About the only basic requirement for a team to pull it off will be having enough cap space to sign him to a mega-deal. We can count the Indianapolis Colts amongst those teams, since they have more than $67 million in projected cap space.

Will they make a successful run at him?

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On Thursday morning, Vince Wilfork announced via Twitter that the New England Patriots informed him Tuesday that they will not pick up his option for the 2015 campaign.

The team had until March 10 to act on the option, which would have paid him a base salary of $3 million, plus a $4 million roster bonus, and counted around $8.9 million against their cap.

How will his departure impact the Patriots salary cap for 2015?

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JaVale McGee chooses the ... 

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UPDATE: Turns out McGee has not chosen to sign with a team as the negotiations with the Celtics fell through, reports ESPN's Jeff Goodman.

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Various media reports linked the Golden State Warriors, Chicago Bulls, Dallas Mavericks, Los Angeles Clippers, Miami Heat, San Antonio Spurs, Toronto Raptors and Houston Rockets with having interest in free agent center JaVale McGee since they could use more depth for the run in the 2015 playoffs. Well, McGee has decided to play in green.

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Will Brooks choose Kanter or Adams? 

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The Oklahoma City Thunder gave center Steven Adams a three to six week timeline to return to the active roster after suffering the fourth metacarpal fracture to his right hand on Feb. 8. Adams is currently in that window and he could return to the lineup soon. So, will head coach Scott Brooks give Adams his starting position back or stick with Enes Kanter as the first team center?

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Because the Chicago Bears changed general managers and coaches, we could see some big roster changes this offseason. That could include wide receiver Brandon Marshall, who is slated to carry a salary-cap number of $9.58 million next season.

The Bears reportedly are listening to trade offers.

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Blue Jays OF in flux? 

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For the Toronto Blue Jays, it's not so much of an outfield competition that's taking place this spring, as the identity of the expected trio of starters may have already been decided upon. However, there's still a lot of uncertainty as exactly which players will be playing where.

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Dodgers sweeten potential Ethier deal? 

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Will the Los Angeles Dodgers be able to move Andre Ethier prior to the start of the season so that they're not dealing with a disgruntled player on their bench? So far, there have been no takers, but the team appears to be ready to press the issue.

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Updating Dwight Howard's status 

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The Houston Rockets have been without starting center Dwight Howard since Jan. 30 due to the edema of the right knee. Howard is making solid progress with his rehab program and his recovery is “on schedule,” a teams source tells the Houston Chronicle.

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Could Coke return to Tigers? 

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According to Ben Nicholson-Smith of Sportsnet, free agent reliever Phil Coke is "very close" to a deal and expected to have an agreement in place by Friday. While the identity of the team interested in Coke is unknown, could it be the Detroit Tigers?

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Jrue Holiday's uncertain return 

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The New Orleans Pelicans have been without starting point guard Jrue Holiday since Jan. 14 due to a right lower leg stress reaction. He is just now getting around without a walking boot and he plans to be careful so the leg won't suffer another setback.

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Kris Humphries' strained groin 

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The Washington Wizards have been without backup power forward Kris Humphries for the last three games due to his strained left groin. The Wizards don't know when he might be able to rejoin the active roster since he's still can't move latterly without having pain, reports CSN Washington

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Devyn Marble's season-ending injury 

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Devyn Marble has been dealing with blurry vision for several weeks and after having his left eye checked out it was determined the rookie has a detached retina. Surgery is needed to repair the eye and the Orlando Magic have given Marble a four to six week timeline to recover, which effectively ends his first NBA regular season.

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Will Warriors pursue JaVale McGee? 

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On Tuesday, ESPN The Magazine's Chris Broussard reported the Golden State Warriors had "major interest" in new free agent JaVale McGee. On Wednesday, Warriors general manager Bob Myers was asked about his interest in adding McGee to the team.

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Kemba Walker back soon? 

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UPDATE: According to the Hornets, Walker has been cleared for all basketball-related activities, so the next step in his rehab is to begin practicing without any restrictions.

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The Charlotte Hornets have been without point guard Kemba Walker for the last 14 games as he recovers from left knee surgery and today they should have an idea when he might be able to rejoin the active roster.

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