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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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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Word broke Tuesday that the Philadelphia Eagles were trading away one of their all-time great running backs, with LeSean McCoy slated to head to Buffalo, and now there is question as to whether the Eagles might also lose free agent receiver Jeremy Maclin.

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ESPN NFL Insider Matt Williamson recently wrote that the Green Bay Packers, Oakland Raiders and Cleveland Browns are the best landing spots for free agent receiver Randall Cobb, and a report on Wednesday suggests that the Raiders could be willing to make Cobb an offer he won't be able to refuse.

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The Green Bay Packers typically eschew their annual option of franchising a player, and this year was no different, as they chose to not tag wide receiver Randall Cobb by Monday's deadline. He will have the chance to test the free-agent market beginning next Tuesday, though the Packers have exclusive negotiating rights with Cobb that run until Saturday afternoon, at which point other teams can speak with him.

That approach worked last season with a different Packers free agent.

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The Detroit Lions drafted Ryan Broyles in the second round of the 2012 draft, but injuries marred his first two seasons. Ironically, he managed to stay healthy in 2014 but barely set foot on the field, because he was too far down the depth chart and the top options largely avoided the infirmary.

However, it appears the Lions are hoping that Broyles is far enough removed from his ruptured Achilles and two torn ACLs to make a mark in 2015.

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When the Arizona Cardinals released Darnell Dockett on Friday, they shed $9.8 million off of their salary cap. That doesn't mean they don't want the defensive end back for 2015, but only that they couldn't secure him at a price they felt was appropriate for a veteran who will turn 34 during the offseason and missed last season with a torn ACL.

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When the Washington Redskins selected Leonard Hankerson in the third round of the 2011 draft, the club hoped he would turn into a genuine outside threat. However, injuries have plagued him throughout most of his career -- he was active for just two games last season -- and he never really came through when he was on the field.

He is slated to become an unrestricted free agent a week from now, but will he end up re-signing with Washington?

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Although the New England Patriots hold an option on Darrelle Revis' contract for 2015, they aren't expected to invoke it because it would cost them a whopping $25 million in salary-cap space.

Will Revis work out a long-term deal with the Patriots, in lieu of the 2015 option?

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When the Dallas Cowboys made the expected decision Monday to use their franchise tag on Dez Bryant instead of DeMarco Murray, it put the futures of both Murray and the Cowboys backfield in flux.

Unless Murray unexpectedly re-signs with the Cowboys before the free-agent market opens in a week, Murray will be allowed to sign with any team he chooses. After leading the NFL in rushing in 2014, he is sure to find plenty of interested teams.

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The Washington Redskins used the franchise tag on Brian Orakpo last year. This season, they opted against using the tag on the veteran linebacker, which means that he will be allowed to test the free-agent market in a week, unless he re-signs with Washington before the March 10 deadline.

Apparently, Orakpo already is drawing interest from other teams.

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Veteran running back C.J. Spiller is just about a week away from being able to test the market as an unrestricted free agent. He recently said that he was open to re-signing with the Buffalo Bills, which made an offseason coaching change from Doug Marrone to Rex Ryan.

Nonetheless, it appears far more likely that he will depart for a new team this offseason.

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Veteran DE/OLB Dwight Freeney recently turned 35 years old, so 2014 may well have been his swansong campaign in the NFL. However, he isn't quite ready to hang up his cleats, noting that ideally he would like to play again for the San Diego Chargers in 2015.

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