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Cordy Glenn could be a candidate for a temporary tag while the Bills try and work out a long-term deal.

Glenn has been a mainstay on the Bills' offensive line since the team selected him in the second round of the 2012 draft, starting 61-of-64 regular season games while turning into one of the better left tackles in the league. Analysis: Nate Miller

Dolphins have had no serious negotiations with Olivier Vernon this offseason.

With Vernon slated to become an unrestricted free agent next month, the Dolphins must work quickly if they hope to keep the 25-year-old pass rusher off the open market. Vernon will definitely draw plenty of interest from several suitors after averaging 8.5 sacks over the last three seasons. Analysis: Nate Miller

Dolphins have yet to contact Cameron Wake about potentially restructuring his $8.4 million salary for 2016.

Facing a tight salary cap, the Dolphins must decide if they wish to keep Wake as one of their highest paid players. The four-time Pro-Bowler has been one of the league's best pass rushers over the last few years and recorded seven sacks before an Achilles injury ended his season after seven games.  Analysis: Nate Miller

Robert Griffin III passed his exit physical with the Redskins paving the way for his release.

In the ever changing landscape of the NFL, a quarterback who was thought to be a building block for the Redskins, is nearing his release. Robert Griffin III emerged from his physical unscathed which paves the way for his release. Many teams are rumored to be interested in Griffin, but the early front runners include the Kansas City Chiefs and Dallas Cowboys. Although his future destination is unknown, one thing is certain, Griffin will not be the quarterback for Washington in 2016.  Analysis: Greg Jewett

C.J. Anderson said he believes Peyton Manning "should ride off into the sunset" after Denver's Super Bowl victory.

It would appear teammate C.J. Anderson agrees with the overwhelming narrative at the end of Super Bowl 50. His quotes about QB Peyton Manning "riding off into the sunset" would be appropriate especially in light of the recent USA Today article accusing Manning of covering up an incident while in college. As to his statistics, Manning had his lowest quarterback rating since his rookie year with a 67.9 for the 2015 season. He had 17 interceptions against nine touchdowns in the regular season and was reduced to a game manager in the Super Bowl. Perception would tell you going out on top is the best, Manning could be wise to do so.  Analysis: Greg Jewett

Coach Adam Gase could give quarterback Ryan Tannehill more freedom and control of the offense.

If Adam Gase can help turn around Jay Cutler, he may be able to teach Ryan Tannehill some new tricks as well. Tannehill did surpass 4,000 yards for the second consecutive season in 2015, but since entering the league in 2012, no quarterback has been sacked more times. When Gase arrived in Chicago, he cut down Cutler's sacks to 29 last year from 38 the season prior. For perspective, Tannehill was sacked 45 times last year. In an effort to keep Tannehill upright, Gase will try to provide his young quarterback with more freedom and to make quicker reads. Gase has extensive background with offensive sets and should make the Dolphins attack more fluid. Tannehill was ranked 21st of 32 quarterbacks in both completion percentage (61.9) and quarterback rating (88.7) in 2015. With a new coach and opportunity, here is hoping that Tannehill can take a step forward in his development.  Analysis: Greg Jewett

Breshad Perriman (knee) is expected to be ready for the offseason program.

Perriman missed 2015 due to a recurring PCL injury, but has made a smooth recovery. Given the Ravens' lack of receiving depth, Perriman could be quickly thrust into a big role next season. Analysis: Ben Diamond

Cowboys believe Byron Jones' best position is safety.

Jones was forced to play all over the field last season due to injuries, but the Cowboys will look to set up an alignment that will allow Jones to shine at safety this season. He could be in for a big season if Dallas can provide some stability on the field. Analysis: Ben Diamond

Eagles have not started contract negotiations with impending free agent Walter Thurmond.

The 28-year old will be a free agent this season, and while the Eagles plan to try and resign him, talks have not yet occurred. At this point, it sounds like the Eagles and Thurmond will have negotiations near the combine.  Analysis: Ben Diamond

Reggie Bush (knee) expects to resume running in two weeks.

Bush suffered a torn ACL after slipping on the concrete at the Edwards Jones Dome in St. Louis. He's made good progress and should be ready for next season, though it's unclear if he'll have a team and a role. Analysis: Ben Diamond

Eagles released RB Matthew Tucker.

The 24-year old doesn't have a career carry, and has spent much of his career on the practice squad, He's now a free agent and will get a chance to sign with any team. Analysis: Ben Diamond

Lions signed former Falcons 3rd round pick OL Lamar Holmes.

Holmes has played in 21 games over his career (19 starts), but has missed significant time over the past two seasons due to injury. He's a solid player and a nice contribution to the team, if he can stay healthy. Analysis: Ben Diamond

Broncos WR Jace Davis was released.

Davis, 24, was an undrafted free agent last season and has spent time with several teams. He hasn't played in an NFL game, though, and is likely to end up on a practice squad next season. Analysis: Ben Diamond

Panthers voided the contract of safety Roman Harper.

Harper has started at strong safety for the Panthers, but his age and contract combination just isn't worth keeping around for the Panthers.  Analysis: Ben Diamond

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