NFL Notes: Draft, Bills, Cardinals, Chargers


  • UCLA LB Eric Kendricks worked out for the Panthers and Colts a few days before their Pro Day. (
  • Bucky Brooks spoke to a college scouting director and a linebackers coach who both said that this year’s draft class is loaded with 3-4 outside linebackers and teams should be able to find starters, even on Day 3.


  • Jason La Canfora reports Percy Harvin‘s new contract is actually a three-year, $24 million deal that will void to a one-year, $6 million agreement.
  • It seems strange, but this move will allow the Bills are able to spread out his $3 million signing bonus over three years and in turn save them $2 million in cap room for 2015.


Veteran WR Larry Fitzgerald was ask about the possibility of the Cardinals trading for RB Adrian Peterson.

“Obviously, he’s an MVP-caliber player,” Fitzgerald said, via “Everybody knows that. Any team he ends up with — or if he stays with the Vikings — is going to have a great back. If he was to come play here, it would obviously mean a tremendous amount for our ballclub.


  • Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk writes that the Chargers trading up to No. 2 overall for Oregon QB Marcus Mariota can’t be ruled out based on the news that Philip Rivers intends to play out his contract and San Diego will hold a private workout for Mariota.

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