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D. Barclay - OG
Barclay signed a futures contract with the Broncos on Tuesday, Field Yates of ESPN reports.
Barclay has been a backup for much of his career, seeing spot starts only for much of his career. He has 25 starts under his belt since entering the league in 2012, but he didn't see the field for any team in 2018. He'll enter his age-30 season in 2019 and look to secure a backup role with the Broncos.
Added 4:52 pm (EST)
A. Jones - RB
Jones (knee) said he will focus on improving his pass-catching skills during the offseason, Mike Spofford of Packers.com reports.
Jones proved capable of handling passing downs in 2018, hauling in 26 of 35 targets for 206 yards and a touchdown while also taking a big step forward as a blocker. He now hopes to become a true three-down weapon, though he also acknowledged that Jamaal Williams has a place in the Green Bay backfield. Jones doesn't sound too worried about his season-ending knee injury, which is believed to be the third MCL sprain of his young career. With his explosiveness as a runner now well established, Jones can focus his offseason work on durability and receiving skills once he recovers from the aforementioned injury. The typical rehab timeline for an MCL sprain would see him return to full health long before the start of Green Bay's offseason program.
Added 4:24 pm (EST)
J. Cook - TE
Raiders coach Jon Gruden said he would like to re-sign Cook this offseason, Scott Bair of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
Gruden also acknowledged the market will be competitive after the 31-year-old tight end finally came through with his long-awaited breakout season. Cook caught 68 of 101 targets for 896 yards and six touchdowns in 2018, producing his second-best mark for yards per target (8.9) in addition to career-high counting stats across the board. Cook easily tops the class of impending free agents at tight end, though he could have some competition once teams release overpriced veterans. He'll turn 32 in April and doesn't exactly have the best reputation for consistency or blocking.
Added 3:56 pm (EST)
W. Lutz - K
Lutz made all three of his field goals and both of his extra points to total 11 points in Sunday's NFC Championship Game.
Lutz performed solidly for the Saints in the postseason, going 5-for-6 on field goals while hitting all four of his extra points. His lone miss came on a 52-yard field goal against Philadelphia in the divisional round. He'll now set his sights on again being one of the league's top kickers in 2019.
Added 3:42 pm (EST)
H. Butker - K
Butker made his only field-goal attempt (from 39 yards) en route to scoring seven points in Sunday's AFC Championship Game.
Butker was one of the top kickers during the regular season and he continued his high play in the postseason. After making all 16 of his field goals from under 40 yards in the regular season, he went 2-for-2 in the playoffs from the same range while also hitting all eight of his extra-point attempts.
Added 3:36 pm (EST)
B. Reilly - WR
Reilly has signed a reserve/future contract with the Lions, Tim Twentyman of the Lions' official site reports.
Undrafted back in 2017, Reilly has spent time on practice squads in Buffalo, Detroit and Dallas. He'll face an uphill battle to stick with the Lions beyond the preseason in 2019.
Added 3:36 pm (EST)
S. Gostkowski - K
Gostkowski made his only field-goal attempt (from 47 yards) and was 4-for-4 on extra points in Sunday's AFC Championship Game.
Gostkowski ranked fifth in scoring amongst kickers in 2018 and was consistent as ever Sunday. Through two playoff games he's hit on all three of his field-goal attempts and all nine of his extra points.
Added 3:31 pm (EST)
J. Brown - WR
Brown has expressed a desire to stay in Baltimore, but he also wants to play in an offense that takes more shots downfield, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports.
Signed to a one-year, $5 million contract last offseason, Brown was on pace for his second 1,000-yard campaign before the Ravens switched from Joe Flacco to Lamar Jackson at quarterback. The 28-year-old wideout was limited to eight catches on 30 targets over the final seven weeks, torpedoing his season-long marks for yards per target (7.4) and catch rate (43.3 percent). Brown nonetheless seems to have restored some of his value, potentially setting up a multi-year deal on the open market. Another season with Baltimore likely would represent a concession to playing in a run-heavy offense.
Added 3:22 pm (EST)