- Omar Kelly of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports that the Eagles and a “California team” are currently “in play” for Dolphins impending free agent WR Kenny Stills.
- According to Kelly, Dolphins executive Mike Tannenbaum is aware of Philadelphia’s interest in Stills.
- UCLA DE/OLB Takkarist McKinley (labrum/glenoid) said he will undergo shoulder surgery after performing a full workout at the NFL combine and expects to have a 5-6 month timetable for recovery. (Jason Cole)
- According to Cole, McKinley said he did 24 bench reps of 230 pounds on Thursday, despite requiring surgery on his right shoulder.
- Cole also writes that all 32 NFL teams have already been informed of McKinley’s plans for surgery.
“I take pride in that,” Harbaugh said. “Maybe there should be an endurance medal, a courage medal, for that.”
“I would’ve loved to have worked for John Lynch,” Harbaugh said. “He reminds me a lot of the athletic director we have here [at Michigan], Warde Manuel, who’s also a former player and a teammate of mine. Common-sense guys who are team guys, just the way they go about their business always speaks volumes.”
- Ryan Wood of USA Today does not expect the Packers to “break the bank” in order to re-sign C J.C. Tretter, since C Corey Linsley has a year left on his rookie contract and appears to be Green Bay’s future starter.
- Wood writes that the Packers are not expected to match another team’s offer to Tretter if they intend on paying him like a starting center.
- According to Adam Caplan, Seahawks CB Perrish Cox‘s one-year deal with the team will carry a salary of $855,000.