NFL Notes: Browns, Buccaneers, Eagles, Titans


According to Mary Kay Cabot, the Browns’ original offer to WR Terrelle Pryor was between $8-$9 million, but he was looking for a larger salary, possibly as much as $15 million at one point.

Pryor agreed to a one-year deal with the Redskins that includes a base value of $6 million and can be worth $8 million with incentives.

Cabot says that the Browns wanted Pryor back and likely would have paid him more than the $6 million he got from Washington, but Pryor never went back to the Browns to see if they would match or beat the offer.



Jimmy Kempski of is reporting that there’s “zero percent chance” of the Eagles releasing veteran C Jason Kelce, even though they have solid depth at interior offensive line.

The Eagles have re-signed Stefen Wisniewski, added Chance Warmack and elected to retain Allen Barbre in recent days, which left many to assume that Kelcy could either be traded for released.

  • Jeff McLane points out that $4.35 million of LB Mychal Kendricks‘ salary became guaranteed today. McLane expects the Eagles to continue trying to trade Kendricks leading up to the draft.


  • Paul Kuharsky is hearing that it would be wise to “tamp down expectations” of the Titans signing LB Dont’a Hightower.
  • Jason Wolf reports that no deal is “imminent” with Hightower, who is “weighing” his options.

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