“Looking at Tampa Bay’s roster, we got a lot of young talent,” Jensen said. “Just signed Mike Evans back. I just felt the way things are going there, that it’s gonna be kind of a win-now situation and I thrive in that kind of situation.”
- Jimmy Kempski of PhillyVoice.com explains that part of the reason for CB Ronald Darby surfacing as a potential trade option for the Eagles this offseason is due to the fact that Philadelphia will once again be in a tough financial position next year, as they currently have the second-most amount of money committed toward their 2019 salary cap.
- Darby is in the final year of his rookie contract and Philadelphia is clearly going to have a difficult time re-signing him in 2019. With this in mind, Kempski says it would make a lot of sense for the Eagles to trade him now if they secure compensation close to a third-round pick.
- Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that South Carolina businessman Ben Navarro is visiting with the Panthers at Bank of America Stadium on Monday.
- Last week, Canadian steel billionaire Alan Kestenbaum had a site visit and Steelers minority owner David Tepper is expected to travel to Charlotte for a meeting at some point in the near future.
- Jourdan Rodrigue of the Charlotte Observer takes a look at six defensive backs the Panthers could consider at No. 24 overall later this month. Rodrigue’s list includes Stanford S Justin Reid, Louisville CB Jaire Alexander, Alabama S Ronnie Harrison, Iowa CB Josh Jackson, UCF CB Mike Hughes, and Wake Forest S Jessie Bates.