Mark Schwartz of ESPN, citing a “high-ranking Philadelphia police official,” reports that prosecutors plan to be thorough in their investigation of the police report for the incident involving Bills RB LeSean McCoy.
They are expected to wait for other evidence before making a decision about how to proceed, but no decision is expected to come on Thursday.
McCoy’s lawyer has said that his client will turn himself in if he is charged.
- Jeff Legwold of ESPN expects the Broncos to use their franchise tag on OLB Von Miller before signing him to a long-term deal.
- According to John Caniglia of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Browns owner Jimmy Haslam could still be indicted in the Pilot Flying J scandal, even though he wasn’t one of the eight employees recently indicted.
Dave Zangaro of CSN Philly takes a look at three cap-savings moves the Eagles could consider this offseason.
- The first of which would be to release LB DeMeco Ryans. This would save them $3.5 million in cap space and allow them to move forward with Jordan Hicks as their middle linebacker.
- Zangaro also suggests cutting RB Darren Sproles, which would free up another $3.5 million in cap space. They still have DeMarco Murray, Ryan Mathews and Kenjon Barner at the position and could bring in someone with a similar skill set to Sproles at a much lower price.
- The last move Zangaro mentions is to release backup QB Mark Sanchez, who stands to count $5.5 million against their cap and could net them $3.5 million in cap savings.