Jacksonville Jaguars linebacker Daniel Skuta was arrested on June 19th and charged with misdemeanor battery. His attorney is denying the claims and the Jaguars have released a statement that they are still gathering information before making any decisions regarding his status.
Baldwin had said he was not worried about getting his new deal worked out. It looks like he has finally received his just rewards, after breaking out big time in 2015 as the most-productive WR on the Seattle roster.
Baldwin broke out as a top receiving option in 2015, even though he plays on the run-oriented Seahawk offense. Details about the length and other terms will be coming out later, it is presumed. Just be happy that Russell Wilson's primary receiving option is going to be happy.
Cardinals Safety Tyrann Mathieu who is coming off of surgery from a torn ACL has stated that he wont return to the field til he's fully healthy, but he wants to be "paid like a top defender." Which in all cases before his injury he was. He was the best defender in the league in 2014 racking up 89 tackles and 5 picks while playing all over the field. All signs indicate that the negotiations to extend his contract with be straight forward. The Cardinals know what they have in Honey Badger, and coming into his contract year, it would be wise to get the deal done before training camp.
Former Ravens offensive tackle Eugene Monroe says he's in no rush to sign with another team. As of late he's widely been linked with the Giants, who have offered him a deal. However the Giants are likely to use him on the other side in the right tackle position where they need it most. As several teams have shown interest it seems as though Monroe is in no rush to make a choice.
Tipton reportedly was pulling into a service bay at a car dealership when he went to take a duffle bag out of the trunk, setting off a gun in the bag. He died of a gunshot wound to the stomach at a hospital later. Our condolences go out to the Tipton family.
ESPN's Jeremy Fowler reports Le'Veon Bell (MCL, PCL) wants to able to "cut and run freely" before reporting to camp. Bell wants to be a full participant from the first whistle, but the Steelers are expected to exercise early caution. Per Fowler, Bell is unlikely to play before Week 3 of the preseason. but the team feels good about his chances of returning by that time and that's a timeline for him that certainly seems like a wise approach. Barring a setback, Bell will be ready to rock as a top-three RB1 for Week 1.
At 34 years of age, Suisham is going to hang up the cleats. He tore his ACL and missed all of last season, but after being released a few days ago after a failed physical, Suisham decided this was the time to retire. He ends his career going 211-for-274 on field goal attempts, scoring 907 career points. Best of luck in retirement! Enjoy it.
Rolle likely wants to latch on with a team that has the ability to contend. Rolle is 33 years old and given his position and professional experience, he doesn't likely have many more years in that body. He only appeared in seven games last season, but prior to that, he appeared in at least 15 games every year dating back to 2006.
Skuta was arrested for battery and the woman claimed that Skuta shoved her head against a glass window after she wouldn't give him her phone number. Skuta's lawyer continues to say that the woman is lying and the Jacksonville linebacker continues to say that he didn't hit her, but she hit him. Jacksonville will continue to investigate before making a decision.