- According to Jason Cole, free agent RB Arian Foster will wait until he’s fully healthy to sign with a team, which could be in late May or June.
- New Panthers CB Brandon Boykin says he had offers from about four other teams. (David Newton)
- Jeremy Fowler added that the Chiefs and Falcons were believed to have been interested.
Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk spoke with Patriots owner Bob Kraft about a London NFL franchise.
Kraft echoed similar sentiments to that of which he’s been saying all along.
“I really believe it could happen,” Kraft said. “The logistics have to be worked out and I think as we continue to play three games there and maybe even more that a decision on that could happen before the end of the decade.
“I think we have to educate people about how great our game is and when we do — I know the two trips that we have made to London have been unbelievable — and the more people understand our sport the more love it and we have pretty much tapped out what we can do here in America.”
According to Jason Cole, no teams have a strong desire to move to get around in the draft to select a quarterback this year. .
Instead, Cole believes defensive players and offensive tackles are the positions that could be enticing for teams to consider trading up for.
As a result, Cole says to look for the prices to move up in the draft to be “low compared to what they usually are” and a second- or third-round pick may be all that’s required to move a few spots.
- Ohio St. QB Cardale Jones told SiriusXM NFL Radio that he hasn’t “made any trips yet“, but is scheduled to have a private workout with the Bills and the Cardinals.
- Sources told Rand Getlin that Georgia OLB Jordan Jenkins has/has had workouts and/or visits with the Dolphins, Patriots, and Saints.
- Aaron Wilson was told by sources that Illinois St. RB Marshaun Coprich worked out privately for the Colts, Monday.
- According to John Middlekauff, the Eagles worked out Cal QB Jared Goff in Berkley, Monday.
- Eliot Shorr-Parks doesn’t think the Eagles working out Goff is a smokescreen, and adds that the head coach and GM don’t fly across the country unless there is real interest.