1. Ndamukong Suh to sign with Fins
By Chris Mortensen - ESPN
"Barring a breakdown in formal contract negotiations, Ndamukong Suh will sign with the Miami Dolphins after the new league year begins Tuesday for a deal that will pay him approximately $114 million with $60 million in guaranteed money, league sources told ESPN.
The Dolphins and Suh's agent Jimmy Sexton discussed those six-year parameters once the 72-hour window opened Saturday for dialogue between teams and unrestricted free agents, sources confirmed.
While Suh's former team, the Detroit Lions, were among the teams making competitive proposals, the Dolphins' parameters far exceeded the rest of the clubs interested in the defensive tackle." READ MORE…
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2. Raiders renew O.co Coliseum lease
By Bill Williamson - ESPN
"As expected, the Oakland Raiders have signed a lease to continue playing at the O.co Coliseum for the 2015 season.
The team, whose lease ended after last season, confirmed the lease signing but will not have any further statement. The lease is for just one season, and it continues to raise the question of where the team will play in the future." READ MORE…
3. Chris Johnson stable after being shot in shoulder
By Gregg Rosenthal - NFL.com
"Chris Johnson is recovering at an Orlando hospital after being shot in the shoulder early Sunday morning, a source who has spoken to the player told NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport.
The former New York Jets and Tennessee Titans running back will be "OK" according to Rapoport. The Orange County Sheriff's Office released a media advisory, which indicated that Johnson and two others were in a Jeep that was fired upon Sunday morning." READ MORE…
4. Brandon Flowers, Chargers agree to 4-year, $36M deal
By Gregg Rosenthal - NFL.com
"Many of the top cornerbacks on the free agent market aren't going to make it to free agency.
Chargers cornerback Brandon Flowers has agreed to a four-year, $36 million deal to stay in San Diego, NFL Media's Albert Breer reported Sunday, per a source involved.
Flowers expressed optimism Friday during an appearance on the "Around the NFL Podcast" that he could work out a deal to stay with the Chargers, indicating that was his top option. The two sides got a deal done with 48 hours left before free agency starts." READ MORE…
5. Bryan Bulaga may be long shot to remain with Packers
By Dan Hanzus - NFL.com
"The Packers made a big splash before the start of free agency with their rich new deal for Randall Cobb. We'll soon find out if that contract will keep the team from keeping another homegrown talent in the building.
Right tackle Bryan Bulaga is ticketed for free agency and is said to be seeking a contract worth between $7 million and $8 million per year, two NFL sources familiar with the offensive tackle market told the Journal Sentinel." READ MORE…
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