- Jason La Canfora suspects that, “barring some significant progress“, NT Haloti Ngata has played his last game with the Ravens.
- La Canfora hears that Harvin will not take a pay cut, and thus, he will be owed $10.5 million if he plays for the Jets in 2015.
- La Canfora suspects that the Jets will part ways with Harvin, and Harvin will sign a one-year deal with a team that has a quality quarterback situation, so that he can reestablish his value and seek a long-term deal in 2016.
- If Harvin does in fact leave New York, Seattle will receive a sixth-round pick pursuant to the earlier trade, rather than a fourth rounder.
- La Canfora brings up the Patriots, as a team that has had success breathing new life into veteran careers.
- Bills free agent RB C.J. Spiller could be a candidate to replace Harvin in New York, as he possesses a lot of similar skills.
- Coley Harvey of ESPN doesn’t think the Bengals should sign either of the recently released wide receiver/kick returners-Ted Ginn Jr. or Jacoby Jones-because of the depth in this year’s draft class.
Jason La Canfora also touches on how the Jets could improve their secondary.
- La Canfora writes that the Jets would “pounce” on free agent CB Antonio Cromartie in the event that they fail to sign CB Darrelle Revis.
- Cromartie would cost significantly less than Revis, allowing the Jets to sign additional help in the secondary.
- La Canfora adds that it appears unlikely Revis will end up in New York, and that New England will do what it takes to keep him.
- The Ravens are expected to work out a deal with CB Lardarius Webb, though the team needs to restructure his deal for cap relief. (Jason La Canfora)
- There has been no talk indicating that the Redskins intend to do anything with WR Pierre Garcon‘s contract. (John Keim)