Joe Hawley Headshot

Joe Hawley (left knee) had an MRI which showed no ligament damage.

Added 11/04/16 7:34 pm (EST)   Source
Hawley exited Thursday night's game against the Falcons after injuring his left knee. This is obviously a positive development for the veteran center and his status will likely be updated during practice next week.
Robby Anderson Headshot

Anderson recorded 42 receptions for 587 yards and two touchdowns in 16 games with the Jets this season.

Added Yesterday 5:38 pm (EST)
Anderson showed promise throughout his rookie season, pairing a solid route-running ability with speed. He emerged as a favorite target of fellow rookie Bryce Petty, as the two formed a connection throughout the offseason last year. Just like last offseason, Anderson will continue to work out with former Pro Bowl wideout Chad Johnson, according to Ethan Greenburg of the team's official site. "I'm going to put a lot of work in this offseason. There are a couple things I really want to focus on to get better," Anderson noted. He'll look to take the jump next season in the hopes of securing a top wideout spot on the depth chart.
Darrelle Revis Headshot

According to Revis' attorney Robert Del Greco, the preliminary hearing regarding a recent alleged incident in Pittsburgh has been rescheduled from this Thursday to March 15, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

Added Yesterday 3:42 pm (EST)
The public will now have to wait a few more weeks for any word on the cornerback's four felony charges (two counts of aggravated assault, one count of robbery, and one count of conspiracy: aggravated assault). The NFL will wait to address the situation until all legal matters are taken care of, which puts the veteran's status into question for the upcoming league year that officially begins on March 9. Revis is slated to make $15.3 million in 2017 ($6 million guaranteed), which includes a $2 million roster bonus due on March 11, but legal proceedings could muddy his standing with the Jets.
Su'a Cravens Headshot

Cravens will spend his offseason adjusting to his new role at safety for the Redskins, JP Finlay of reports.

Added Yesterday 2:41 pm (EST)
In his rookie season, Cravens totaled 34 tackles, five pass deflections, one sack and one interception in 11 games at linebacker. In his second year, the 21-year-old (6-foot-1, 222 pounds) will make the move to safety, a role he filled during his time at USC. With veterans Duke Ihenacho and Donte Whitner heading into free agency and DeAngelo Hall (knee) still recovering from an ACL tear, it seems likelier than not that Cravens will head into the season as a starter. What the former linebacker lacks in speed, he makes up for in intelligence and tackling ability. Look for more updates on his transition to come throughout the offseason.
Adrian Clayborn Headshot

Clayborn (biceps) faces about four more months of recovery, Vaughn McClure of ESPN reports.

Added Yesterday 2:00 pm (EST)
Clayborn stated that he faced a five-month recovery from when his torn biceps occurred Jan. 14, so by that measure he faces about four months left in his recovery process. That puts his return at some time in mid-June, so he should be ready for 2017's training camp.
Mike Tolbert Headshot

Tolbert was released by Carolina on Tuesday, Max Henson of the Panthers' official site reports.

Added Yesterday 1:34 pm (EST)
Tolbert had arguably his least effective year in Carolina in 2016, averaging only 11.6 total yards per game. With younger backs Fozzy Whitaker and Cameron Artis-Payne filling in backup roles behind starter Jonathan Stewart, combined with the fact that Tolbert was due $1.5 million in 2017, the Panthers decided to part ways with the fullback. Tolbert will finish his career in Carolina with 19 total touchdowns over five years.
Paul Soliai Headshot

Soliai will be released by the Panthers on Tuesday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

Added Yesterday 1:16 pm (EST)
Soliai signed a two-year, $7 million deal only last year. He was owed a $500 thousand roster bonus Mar. 11, so apparently Carolina didn't find the former Pro Bowler worth keeping on. Soliai will look to find work as a run-stopper on an NFL roster in the coming months. He recorded only eight combined tackles in 2016, but has a big body to plug up lanes and allow other defenders to make plays, making him a valuable commodity.
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