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  Giants | Larry Donnell unhurt in plane incident    Thu Mar 5, 01:20 PM

New York Giants TE Larry Donnell was on a Delta Airlines plane that skidded off the runway at La Guardia airport Thursday, March 5. Donnell was not injured in that incident.

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  Giants | Interested in Daniel Fells    Wed Mar 4, 11:43 PM

The New York Giants have had talks about re-signing impending free-agent TE Daniel Fells, but nothing substantial.

Footballguys view: Fells could come back for a good price. He's not a tremendous receiver, but he's a decent blocker and could once again be the veteran backup behind Larry Donnell.

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  Giants | Larry Donnell tendered    Wed Mar 4, 03:35 PM

New York Giants TE Larry Donnell was officially tendered as an exclusive rights free agent Wednesday, March 4. The deal is one year in length and worth $585,000.

Footballguys view: Exclusive rights free agents are technically free agents--they can either stop playing football or play for the team that tenders them. Donnell will be back as a favorite target for Eli Manning in 2015. He caught 63 passes for 623 yards and six touchdowns last year, and Donnell is looking to build on his breakout season.

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  Falcons | Atlanta interested in Niles Paul?    Tue Mar 3, 02:07 PM

Washington Redskins impending free-agent TE Niles Paul figures to draw interest from the Atlanta Falcons once the free agency period begins.

Footballguys view: This is a less expensive option than Julius Thomas. Paul is familiar with offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan's scheme and TE Levine Toilolo hasn't exactly proven himself to be the answer at the position. If healthy, we'd love Paul in a passing game that already features WRs Julio Jones and Roddy White.

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  Dolphins | Charles Clay gets transition tag    Mon Mar 2, 03:05 PM

Miami Dolphins TE Charles Clay received the transition tag Monday, March 2, according to a source.

Footballguys view: The Dolphins get a bit of protection here. They'll continue negotiating with Clay, but he's free to talk to other teams starting on March 7th. If signed away by another team, the Dolphins would get not draft picks in return. That is the difference between a franchise tag and a transition tag. The transition tag for tight ends is worth $7.071 million.

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  Bears | Zachary Miller signed    Sat Feb 28, 02:53 AM

Free-agent TE Zachary Miller (Bears) was re-signed by the Chicago Bears on Friday, Feb. 27.

Footballguys view: Miller is nothing more than a reserve tight end and special teams player if he makes the squad.

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  Jaguars | Jaguars gunning for Julius Thomas?    Fri Feb 27, 09:44 PM

Denver Broncos impending free-agent TE Julius Thomas will be pursued aggressively by the Jacksonville Jaguars, according to Mike Klis of the Denver Post.

Footballguys view: Jacksonville can be considered the frontrunner for Thomas' services. It would be a strong signing for the team as they need more and better weapons around young quarterback Blake Bortles.

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  Raiders | Raiders interested in Julius Thomas?    Fri Feb 27, 09:38 PM

Denver Broncos impending free-agent TE Julius Thomas is drawing interest from the Oakland Raiders, according to NFL.com's Ian Rapoport.

Footballguys view: The Raiders could have interest, but they might not be the favorite to land Thomas. He grew up in the area, and Thomas was a Raiders fan as a kid. The Raiders could use a guy like Thomas on offense, but he's expected to get plenty of interest on the open market.

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  Chiefs | Travis Kelce to have bigger role    Thu Feb 26, 05:36 PM

Kansas City Chiefs TE Travis Kelce, who led the team with 67 catches and 862 receiving yards in 2014, is expected to be a more prominent part of the passing offense in 2015 after the team released TE Anthony Fasano Thursday, Feb. 26. Kelce was in the lineup for roughly 65% of the snaps last year. However, the Chiefs were most effective with three tight ends in the lineup last year, so they may shop for another tight end in the draft of in free agency.

Footballguys view: Kelce was supposed to have a bigger role last season but that rarely was the case, so we'll believe it when we see it. That said, having him as a tight end on your roster could pay off big later on once everything is settled. It's not outlandish to have Kelce as your top TE in 2015 as he has the potential to finish as a top-3 player at his position.

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  Jaguars | Interested in James Casey    Thu Feb 26, 12:18 PM

Free-agent TE James Casey (Eagles) is scheduled to meet with the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Footballguys view: Casey is a good all around tight end, but more proficient as a blocker than a pass-catcher. Jacksonville has bigger needs but they'll kick the tires and see what Casey can add. There are rumors that Jacksonville could be the frontrunners to land free agent TE Julius Thomas (Broncos). Stay tuned.

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  Redskins | Meeting with James Casey    Thu Feb 26, 12:17 PM

Free-agent TE James Casey (Eagles) is scheduled to meet with the Washington Redskins.

Footballguys view: Casey is a good all around tight end, but more proficient as a blocker than a pass-catcher. With Niles Paul a free agent and concerns remaining about Jordan Reed and his concussion issues, we could see Washington bringing in some help. There's a good chance Washington brings Paul back first, but Casey would be another solid option.

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  Bengals | James Casey to visit    Thu Feb 26, 12:17 PM

Free-agent TE James Casey (Eagles) is scheduled to meet with the Cincinnati Bengals.

Footballguys view: Casey is a good all around tight end, but more proficient as a blocker than a pass-catcher. The Bengals could use the extra blocking help but it's not a high priority.

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  Falcons | Bear Pascoe moving on    Thu Feb 26, 07:33 AM

Free-agent TE Bear Pascoe (Falcons) is moving on from the Atlanta Falcons and checking out other options, according to Pascoe's agent.

Footballguys view: Teams in need of a behemoth who can block will be looking at the former Rodeo champion. Pascoe isn't much of a receiver, but he has the size and nastiness to be a dominant blocker. A team like the Broncos could have interest.

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  Titans | James Casey will visit Tennessee    Thu Feb 26, 07:18 AM

Free-agent TE James Casey (Eagles) has a visit planned with the Tennessee Titans.

Footballguys view: The Titans took a chance on Taylor Thompson in the draft a few years ago, and that hasn't worked out. They have Delanie Walker as their top tight end, but could certainly use depth at the position. Casey is a versatile player who has never played up to his full potential. He'd be a decent backup for the Titans.

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  Browns | James Casey to visit Cleveland    Wed Feb 25, 10:32 AM

Free-agent TE James Casey (Eagles) will visit the Cleveland Browns Wednesday, Feb. 25.

Footballguys view: The Browns are likely to lose Jordan Cameron in free agency. They'll need help at the tight end position, and that's why they're looking at Casey.

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  Ravens | Owen Daniels wants to return to BAL    Wed Feb 25, 07:36 AM

Free-agent TE Owen Daniels (Ravens) has expressed interest in returning to the Baltimore Ravens, according to head coach John Harbaugh.

Footballguys view: Many think Daniels will follow Gary Kubiak (again) to Denver. He could stick around in Baltimore as the future for Dennis Pitta (hip) is up in the air. We can't imagine Daniels getting a ton of money on the open market.

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  Broncos | Julius Thomas helped in red zone    Tue Feb 24, 06:21 PM

Denver Broncos impending free-agent TE Julius Thomas could very well be on his way out of Denver this offseason, which would leave a big void for Denver, especially in the red zone. Before Thomas was injured last season, he led the NFL in red zone touchdowns with nine. He was second in the league with a 77 percent touchdown rate in the red zone. Following the injury, the Broncos ended the regular season with a 62 percent touchdown frequency in the red zone.

Footballguys view: It's not just Manning making his stats gaudier, Thomas is a fantastic tight end when healthy. He has the ability to create mismatches every time he's on the field, and his presence near pay dirt will be missed. At this time, it sounds like the Jacksonville Jaguars might be frontrunners for his services. The Cleveland Browns and New England Patriots might also have interest.

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  Jaguars | Julius Thomas drawing interest in JAX    Tue Feb 24, 10:01 AM

Denver Broncos impending free-agent TE Julius Thomas is drawing interest from the Jacksonville Jaguars if he reaches free agency.

Footballguys view: We could see that connection. Thomas is unlikely to return to the Broncos, and he could be a real weapon for QB Blake Bortles in Jacksonville. His presence in the red zone and mismatches he creates in the middle would benefit the young QB.

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  Broncos | Julius Thomas likely leaving Denver?    Mon Feb 23, 06:20 PM

Denver Broncos impending free-agent TE Julius Thomas is unlikely to be re-signed by the team, as his market value will likely exceed what the Broncos are willing to pay. The Broncos tried to sign Thomas to a five-year, $40 million extension last summer, but he wasn't comfortable with the guaranteed money and structuring.

Footballguys view: We're not surprised. Julius Thomas is going to be out of their price range, plus as a non-blocker he's an odd fit in the Gary Kubiak system. Teams who could have interest in Julius Thomas include the Jacksonville Jaguars, Cleveland Browns and New England Patriots.

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  Broncos | Candidates to be re-signed    Mon Feb 23, 06:20 PM

Denver Broncos impending free-agent LB Nate Irving, C Will Montgomery and TEs Virgil Green and Jacob Tamme are priorities to be re-signed this offseason. However, Irving figures to test the free-agent market with LBs Danny Trevathan and Brandon Marshall set as inside linebackers.

Footballguys view: Green is an underrated receiver who could take on a much larger role if Julius Thomas moves on in free agency. Tamme could return because he's a good special teams player and very close to QB Peyton Manning. Irving is a decent player--primarily as a two-down thumper--but he could draw some interest on the open market.

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  Dolphins | Charles Clay likely to receive big salary    Mon Feb 23, 01:39 PM

Miami Dolphins impending free-agent TE Charles Clay is expected to receive at least $6 million per season in his next contract, according to a source.

Footballguys view: That sounds about right. The franchise tag number for tight ends is around $7.4 million. Clay is not quite at that level, but he does deserve a deal that pays him around $6 million annually. The Dolphins want to keep him around, but we'll see if they're willing to pay that price.

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  Browns | Jordan Cameron likely done in CLE    Sun Feb 22, 09:18 PM

Cleveland Browns impending free-agent TE Jordan Cameron is not expected to be re-signed by the team.

Footballguys view: The Browns are a mess on offense, and Cameron wants out. Teams like the Broncos could be interested in the talented tight end. He will have no shortage of suitors on the open market.

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  Bills | Buffalo looking at Charles Clay    Sun Feb 22, 01:06 PM

Miami Dolphins impending free-agent TE Charles Clay is a player the Buffalo Bills are considering pursuing in free agency.

Footballguys view: Clay would provide an upgrade over what they have right now in Scott Chandler. The Dolphins would be wise to keep the versatile Clay around if they can.

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  Patriots | Charles Clay may not an option for NE?    Sat Feb 21, 01:28 PM

Miami Dolphins impending free-agent TE Charles Clay may not be an option for the New England Patriots after all once free agency commences, according to Boston Herald beat reporter Jeff Howe.

Footballguys view: The Patriots also might have interest in Julius Thomas (Broncos). Clay will come for a cheaper price than Thomas, but the Patriots will have to watch what they spend. They are currently over the cap, but there will be some moves in the near future that take some of that money off the books.

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  Seahawks | Zach Miller recovering well    Fri Feb 20, 08:17 PM

Seattle Seahawks TE Zach Miller (ankles) is making good progress after two ankle surgeries, according to head coach Pete Carroll. Miller played in only three games last year, but he's expected to be ready for training camp. However, with a $4 million salary cap hit in 2015, Miller could be a cap casualty.

Footballguys view: Miller is a talented player, and the Seahawks showed more willingness to throw to the tight end last year. Keep an eye on his recovery.

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  NFL | Maxx Williams checks in at Combine    Fri Feb 20, 06:22 PM

Minnesota TE Maxx Williams, who weighed in at 6-3 7/8, 249 pounds, ran a 4.77-second 40-yard dash Friday, Feb. 20, at the NFL Scouting Combine. 'He is the only tight end I have in the first two rounds,' NFL media analyst Mike Mayock said. He said Williams is athletic -- albeit not explosive -- and has 'really good hands.' Williams also had a 4.37-second 20-yard shuttle and a 34.5-inch vertical jump Friday.

Footballguys view: Williams is a 'move' tight end who makes some big plays. He performed as well as we expected him to and could see a lot of interest. While not great as an all-around tight end who can block as well as catch, Williams cuts into the mold of successful tight ends like Rob Gronkowski, Jimmy Graham and more recently, Julius Thomas.

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  Seahawks | Zach Miller should be ready    Fri Feb 20, 03:41 PM

Seattle Seahawks TE Zach Miller (ankle) should be ready for the start of the regular season, according to head coach Pete Carroll. Miller is recovering from ankle surgery during the 2014 season.

Footballguys view: Miller is a decent tight end, but the Seahawks need an upgrade at all their pass-catching positions. Miller has shown some skills before but has never been a big part of the passing offense.

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  Falcons | ATL has interest in Julius Thomas    Fri Feb 20, 07:12 AM

Free-agent TE Julius Thomas (Broncos) has some likely interest from the Atlanta Falcons, who are looking for an upgrade at the spot this offseason.

Footballguys view: The move would make a ton of sense for the Falcons. Since Tony Gonzalez retired, they have had zero help at the tight end position. Julius Thomas would provide them with an upgrade and fit in nicely with Roddy White and Julio Jones.

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  Eagles | James Casey cut    Thu Feb 19, 02:20 PM

Philadelphia Eagles TE James Casey has been released.

Footballguys view: Casey didn't do much this year nor any other in his six years in the league. He might have more luck elsewhere but we're not terribly optimistic.

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  49ers | Vernon Davis will return to SF    Wed Feb 18, 08:09 PM

San Francisco 49ers TE Vernon Davis will return to the team next season, according to general manager Trent Baalke. Davis will make $4.95 million in the final year of his deal, but he's coming off a season in which he had just 26 catches for a measly 245 yards and two touchdowns (both in the season opener). Davis is expected to take part in the team's offseason program after skipping the mandatory minicamp last offseason.

Footballguys view: The 49ers need to do a better job of getting Davis involved in the offense. Last year was an abomination, but he could have a bounce-back year if featured. Using Davis more would likely help keep QB Colin Kaepernick calm under fire.

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  Broncos | Denver has no meetings with Julius Thomas    Wed Feb 18, 07:19 PM

Denver Broncos impending free-agent TE Julius Thomas and his agent, Frank Bauer, don't have any meetings scheduled with the team heading into the NFL Scouting Combine. Apparently Thomas wants to test the free-agent markets when he's eligible March 10.

Footballguys view: We're unlikely to see Thomas return to the Broncos in 2015. He's reportedly seeking a deal that will put him among the highest paid tight ends in the league. Denver has their hands full trying to re-sign WR Demaryius Thomas and find a few upgrades to the offensive line. They just don't have the money to give Julius Thomas a deal that may be in the range of $8 million annually.

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  Ravens | Nothing definitive on Dennis Pitta    Wed Feb 18, 02:44 PM

Baltimore Ravens TE Dennis Pitta (hip) has not heard anything definitive from doctors about getting cleared for football activities, according to head coach John Harbaugh. Harbaugh said the hip is healthy enough to live a great life, but football is unknown.

Footballguys view: Pitta's health status is a huge unknown at this time. We could see the Ravens make a move to add a tight end through the draft or free agency.

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  Vikings | Kyle Rudolph eager to get healthy    Tue Feb 17, 05:26 PM

Minnesota Vikings TE Kyle Rudolph is making preparations for two months of strength and conditioning as he tries to rid himself of proneness to injury. 'I'd like to think no one in the league works harder than I do to stay healthy and take care of my body, but the bottom line is I haven't been, and the only way to get rid of those questions is to play 16 games,' Rudolph said Monday, Feb. 16.

Footballguys view: Rudolph has only played in 17 games in two seasons. He's been banged up quite a bit, but the Vikings committed to him last year with a new long-term deal. This contract pays him an average of $7.3 million annually. That number ranks 5th highest among tight ends at this time. Rudolph needs to stay healthy and start producing up to his potential.

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  Broncos | Long-term deal for Julius Thomas?    Mon Feb 16, 06:31 PM

Denver Broncos impending free-agent TE Julius Thomas is more likely to receive a long-term deal before the start of free agency March 10 than impending free-agent WR Demaryius Thomas, who is a candidate for the franchise tag. Julius Thomas wants to be compensated as one of the best at his position after becoming the first tight end in history with at least 12 touchdowns in back-to-back seasons.

Footballguys view: We have a feeling the Broncos will work out a long-term deal with Demaryius Thomas, but first he'll be franchise tagged. Julius Thomas may want a deal around $8 million annually, but his injury history is cause for concern. In four years, Thomas has never played a full season due to ankle problems and a minor knee injury.

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  Packers | Brandon Bostick released    Mon Feb 16, 02:40 PM

Green Bay Packers TE Brandon Bostick was released Monday, Feb. 16.

Footballguys view: The Packers need to find a tight end, and Bostick wasn't the guy. They could be interested in a free agent tight end like Julius Thomas (Broncos) this offseason.

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  Broncos | Julius Thomas looking to get paid    Thu Feb 12, 09:42 AM

Free-agent TE Julius Thomas' (Broncos) agent has made it clear to the Denver Broncos that Thomas is looking to be among the highest-paid tight ends in the league.

Footballguys view: Let's be honest here....Thomas is unlikely to get that kind of money. Yes, he's scored 24 touchdowns over the last two years but he has also failed to stay healthy. In four years, Thomas has never played a full 16-game season. The highest paid tight end is Jimmy Graham (Saints) who makes $10 million annually. We believe Thomas will get offers around the $7 million annually range.

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  Dolphins | Ryan Taylor signing    Tue Feb 10, 06:16 PM

Free-agent TE Ryan Taylor (Browns) is signing with the Miami Dolphins Tuesday, Feb. 10.

Footballguys view: Taylor is now the second former Green Bay Packers tight end (Jake Stoneburner) on the Dolphins roster. He'll compete for a backup position in 2015. Taylor was a seventh-round pick by the Packers in 2011, the last year Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin was the OC in Green Bay.

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  Bengals | Jermaine Gresham unlikely to stay    Sun Feb 8, 04:09 PM

Free-agent TE Jermaine Gresham (Bengals) is unlikely to remain with the Cincinnati Bengals, according to several league sources.

Footballguys view: We'll see what kind of market Gresham sees in free agency. This isn't a good draft class at tight end, so that should help Gresham's price tag.

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  Broncos | Hope to re-sign Will Montgomery, Virgil Green    Sun Feb 8, 11:13 AM

Denver Broncos impending free-agent C Will Montgomery and TE Virgil Green are two players the team likely will try to re-sign this offseason.

Footballguys view: Green is one of the most underrated players on the Broncos roster. Coming out of Nevada he was mostly known as a favorite target of Colin Kaepernick. Green has only 24 career receptions in four years with the Broncos, but he's transformed to become one of the best blockers in the league. In the new Gary Kubiak system, Green could catch 30-40 catches as the second tight end in 2015.

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  Browns | Jordan Cameron wants out of Cleveland?    Thu Feb 5, 09:32 PM

Cleveland Browns impending free-agent TE Jordan Cameron is not interested in re-signing with the team, according to a source.

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  Ravens | Dennis Pitta's status in question    Thu Feb 5, 10:41 AM

Baltimore Ravens TE Dennis Pitta (hip) is a question mark entering the 2015 season, and head coach John Harbaugh was noncommittal about Pitta's status a couple of weeks ago. The team will likely address the situation in the offseason because TE Crockett Gillmore is the only other tight end under contract.

Footballguys view: Pitta is a great tight end but the Ravens need to look past him with his status unclear. They could take a long look at what's around in free agency. Maybe they'll kick the tires on Julius Thomas? He is a tight end with tremendous upside, though what he can do without Peyton Manning is up for debate. Crockett Gillmore will be entering his second season in 2015, and he may get a chance to prove himself with a larger role.

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  Seahawks | 11 players signed to Futures deals    Wed Feb 4, 04:57 PM

The Seattle Seahawks signed TE Rashaun Allen, S Dion Bailey, RB Demitrius Bronson, OG Nate Isles, WR Douglas McNeil, OG Drew Nowak, OT Justin Renfrow, DE Ryan Robinson, DT Jimmy Staten, DE Julius Warmsley and LB Michael Zimmer to Reserve/Futures contracts Wednesday, Feb. 4.

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  Lions | Waived Ifeanyi Momah     Tue Feb 3, 05:33 PM

The Detroit Lions waived TE Ifeanyi Momah Tuesday, Feb. 3, with failure to disclose a physical condition designation.

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  Seahawks | Week 21 Inactives    Sun Feb 1, 05:50 PM

The Seattle Seahawks have declared QB B.J. Daniels, DL David King, OT Garry Gilliam, OL Keavon Milton, WR Kevin Norwood, CB Marcus Burley, C Patrick Lewis inactive for Week 21.

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  Patriots | Rob Gronkowski earns award    Sat Jan 31, 09:52 PM

New England Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski was named the 2014 NFL Comeback Player of the Year by The Associated Press Saturday, Jan. 31.

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  Panthers | Ed Dickson wants to return    Sat Jan 31, 04:22 AM

Carolina Panthers TE Ed Dickson, who signed a one-year contract for the 2014 season, wants to return to the team and has discussed a multi-year deal.

Footballguys view: Dickson didn't do much for the Panthers in 2014. He was only targeted 17 times, caught 10 passes for 115 yards and one touchdown. If re-signed, Dickson would maintain his spot as a reserve tight end behind starter Greg Olsen.

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  Broncos | Julius Thomas talks future    Fri Jan 30, 08:50 PM

Denver Broncos impending free-agent TE Julius Thomas discussed the chances of him returning to the Broncos. 'I really don't know. To be perfectly honest, it hasn't even been discussed for me yet,' Thomas said. He did go on to say he'd love to come back, but he mentioned there are several important factors when determining where he'll sign.

Footballguys view: We just don't see the Broncos being able to afford Thomas this offseason--not with WR Demaryius Thomas set to hit free agency as well. Word is the Broncos will offer Julius Thomas a new deal, but it will likely be less than the offer he turned down last July.

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  Bengals | Tyler Eifert progressing from injury     Thu Jan 29, 07:37 PM

Cincinnati Bengals TE Tyler Eifert (elbow, shoulder) is progressing, according to head coach Marvin Lewis.

Footballguys view: The Bengals will take it easy on the young tight end as he comes back from both of these injuries. Eifert recently said he didn't think he'd be 100% by the time minicamp starts.

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  Bengals | Jermaine Gresham in Cincy's plans?    Wed Jan 28, 04:58 PM

Cincinnati Bengals TE Jermaine Gresham, a soon-to-be free agent, still has a place within the offense, according to offensive coordinator Hue Jackson. 'We have a way that we do things, and how we want to accomplish things,' Jackson said. 'Within what we asked him to do this year, he did some good things. There are some things he knows he needs to do to be better, and he will work at them to be better.'

Footballguys view: The Bengals won't go out of their way to bring Gresham back. However, if the price is right they'll make sure to extend a decent offer. If he returns, Gresham will once again be splitting time with Tyler Eifert.

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  Ravens | Hire Richard Angulo     Wed Jan 28, 02:16 PM

Free-agent tight ends coach Richard Angulo was hired by the Baltimore Ravens as the team's tight ends coach Wednesday, Jan. 28.

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