How will Eagles handle Shady's deal? 

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LeSean McCoy has three years left on his contract with the Philadelphia Eagles, though only $1 million of it is guaranteed. Because the salary-cap impact of the deal peaks in 2015 ($11.95 million, before receding to $8.85 million in '16), there has been speculation about whether the Eagles may release him.

However, Shady doesn't think that will happen.

Will Ike Taylor follow Dick LeBeau? 

January, 29, 2015
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Cornerback Ike Taylor turns 35 in May and will be an unrestricted free agent during the offseason. ESPN Pittsburgh Steelers reporter Scott Brown noted earlier this week that Taylor "is unlikely to be re-signed."

While he may not be back in Pittsburgh next season, Taylor doesn't plan to hang up his cleats just yet.

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Will Briggs be back with Bears? 

January, 29, 2015
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Lance Briggs has spent his entire dozen-season career with the Chicago Bears, but his future is uncertain entering the offseason. Not only is he a 34-year-old unrestricted free agent with durability concerns, but the Bears have a new general manager and head coach.

Still, Briggs appears to be interested in re-signing with the Bears and thinks he could fit into new defensive coordinator Vic Fangio's 3-4 scheme.

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Should Chargers consider All Day? 

January, 29, 2015
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The San Diego Chargers backfield could look significantly different next season, since Ryan Mathews can leave the team during the offseason as an unrestricted free agent. They also can get out of Donald Brown's contract, if they choose too, since he has no remaining guaranteed money. Branden Oliver will be back on the cheap.

Could the Chargers set their sights high on a potential free-agent stud to top off their RB depth chart?

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Cromartie interested in rejoining Jets? 

January, 29, 2015
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After spending four seasons with the New York Jets, Antonio Cromartie signed a one-year contract with the Arizona Cardinals last offseason.

Set to become a free agent during the offseason, he appears open to rejoining the Jets for 2015.

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Will Jim Schwartz coach in 2015? 

January, 29, 2015
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As defensive coordinator, Jim Schwartz took a Buffalo Bills defense that ranked 20th in points allowed in 2013 (24.3 PPG) and led them to a No. 4 ranking in that department in 2014 (18.1 PPG).

Despite his great success, he was bumped out of his job when the Bills hired defensive guru Rex Ryan as head coach. So it goes in the annual NFL coaching carousel.

Schwartz suggested this week that he is willing to be patient in seeking out his next job.

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The St. Louis Rams continue to seek a replacement for former offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer, who took the same job with Georgia. They kicked the tires on Nathaniel Hackett and appeared interested in Rob Chudzinski, but Hackett joined the Jacksonville Jaguars and Chud is sticking with the Indianapolis Colts.

With that pair off of the board, it appears most likely that the Rams' next OC already works for the team.

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Will Ravens keep Justin Tucker? 

January, 29, 2015
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There are few things more helpful to an NFL front office than having an elite talent signed at a cheap price. That's been the situation for the Baltimore Ravens with their kicker, Justin Tucker, who has been one of the top kickers in the NFL while working through a three-year deal that paid him just $1.44 million.

Tucker is set for free agency during the offseason, and the terms of his next contract will not be as friendly to the Ravens. Regardless, he appears interested in re-signing with the team.

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What Logan means for Niners 

January, 28, 2015
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Multiple reports surfaced on Wednesday that the San Francisco 49ers will hire Steve Logan as quarterbacks coach, a position previously was occupied by Geep Chryst. Here's why that could offer an indication of which direction the Niners plan to go at offensive coordinator.

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Latest on Niners' OC search 

January, 28, 2015
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First, Alabama offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin turned down San Francisco for the OC job. Then on Tuesday, Rob Chudzinski, the next man on the 49ers list, decided to remain with the Indianapolis Colts, leading to the news that San Francisco was now setting its sights on Philadelphia Eagles receivers coach Bob Bicknell.

How interested is Bicknell? Here's the latest.

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New chance for Manuel in Buffalo? 

January, 28, 2015
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Former Buffalo head coach Doug Marrone elected to go with Kyle Orton over EJ Manuel in the Bills regular season finale, which was a clear sign of where the 2013 first-round pick stood in the eyes of the Bills organization at the time. But there still could be hope for Manuel in Buffalo. Here's why...

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Duke's Tomlinson on Saints' radar? 

January, 27, 2015
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Many pundits predicted that the New Orleans Saints would win the Super Bowl this season, but at 7-9, they couldn't even earn a playoff berth in the weakest division in the NFL.

Needless to say, they have myriad holes to fill on their roster. On offense, their top priority likely will be in the middle of their offensive line.

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Will Glennon be offseason trade bait? 

January, 27, 2015
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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are in position to take care of their longstanding quarterback woes by using the first overall pick in the 2015 draft on Jameis Winston or Marcus Mariota. ESPN NFL Insider Mel Kiper Jr. has them taking Winston in his first mock draft.

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Is Garcon worth the cap hit in '15? 

January, 27, 2015
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It is no real surprise that Pierre Garcon's production waned in 2014, since the Washington Redskins added DeSean Jackson during the offseason and had an ongoing quarterback carousel during the regular season. Nonetheless, his production in 2014 (68 catches for 752 yards and 3 TDs) was about half of what he did in 2013 (113 catches for 1,346 yards and 5 TDs).

Garcon carries a $9.7 million cap hit for 2015, so it is debatable whether keeping him on the roster in his current role would be worth it. If Washington were to cut Garcon, they would save $5.3 million. Or they could trade him and get out from under the entire deal.

What might Washington get in return for Garcon and how would his departure impact the team?

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Pats OK with Revis' $20M option? 

January, 27, 2015
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On Sunday, Darrelle Revis will take part in the Super Bowl. After that, his tenure with the New England Patriots will be entirely uncertain. That's because the Pats hold a contract option for 2015. Under that $20 million option, he will be due a $12 million roster bonus on April 1 and carry a $25 million cap hit for next season.

That's a mighty large chunk of change for the cap-savvy Patriots. Are they willing to pony up that amount if necessary?

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