- Per Joe Schad of the Palm Beach Post, Dolphins GM Chris Grier said he has not received any trade calls regarding S Reshad Jones.
- Grier added that Miami wasn’t shopping RB Kenyan Drake but decided to deal him after several teams reached out and expressed interest. (Adam Beasley)
- According to the Philadelphia Inquirer’s Jeff McLane, the Eagles are in more of a selling mode than a buying mode heading into today’s deadline, with OL Halapoulivaati Vaitai the top candidate to be moved.
- McLane adds the Eagles are also shopping DE Vinny Curry, though it’s not likely he’ll fetch much of a return.
- According to NFL Media’s Mike Garafolo, there wasn’t anything bubbling yesterday regarding a trade involving Giants CB Janoris Jenkins, meaning he’s likely to remain in New York unless something happens before the deadline today.
- According to NFL Media’s Mike Garafolo, the Lions’ asking price for CB Darius Slay is “incredibly high.”
- Garafolo adds that while the Eagles were reportedly interested in Slay and were willing to give up a first and a second-round pick for CB Jalen Ramsey, he doesn’t see Eagles GM Howie Roseman making a similar offer for Slay.
- Albert Breer reports that the Lions are open to Slay. While it doesn’t mean Slay will be traded, Brees says Detroit is at least open to it.
- Chris Mortensen mentions that the Lions do not want to trade Slay unless they get “top compensation such as a first-round pick and more.