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  • 2/26, 3:59 pm
    • Coach Kyle Shanahan said Tuesday that...

      Coach Kyle Shanahan said Tuesday that the 49ers are open to trading Goodwin (knee), Matt Barrows of The Athletic reports.

      Analysis: Shanahan also clarified that Goodwin is "too valuable" to be simply released, indicating that the only way San Francisco would consider moving on from the 29-year-old speedster would be to find a trade partner willing to eat his $4.9 million cap hit for 2020. Since putting together an impressive 2017 campaign (56 catches for 962 yards and two touchdowns), Goodwin has now gone back-to-back seasons without surpassing 400 receiving yards or 25 catches. He appeared in just nine regular-season games in 2019 due to a knee injury, and a timetable for his recovery remains undisclosed.

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  • 2/26, 2:00 pm
    • Sweeney, a seventh-round pick out of...

      Sweeney, a seventh-round pick out of Boston College, appeared in six games for the Bills and caught eight balls on 13 targets for 114 yards and no scores.

      Analysis: Sweeney saw most of his action when the team's other tight ends were hurt, but he also served as a healthy inactive more often than not. He's currently fourth in the pecking order as the Bills gear up for 2020, while the team has already kicked the tires on Greg Olsen. However, teammate Tyler Kroft could get released if the Bills try to free up some cash space. Expect Sweeney to have to earn a roster spot once training camp rolls around.

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  • Myles Jack LB-JAX
    2/26, 12:31 pm
    • Coach Doug Marrone said Wednesday that...

      Coach Doug Marrone said Wednesday that the Jaguars are considering giving Jack (knee) a positional change for 2020, Hays Carlyon of 1010 AM WJXL Jacksonville reports.

      Analysis: Jack began his NFL career shifting regularly between the strongside and middle linebacker positions, but he's now coming off back-to-back seasons playing purely inside. He ended the 2019 campaign on injured reserve due to a knee injury. The 24-year-old struggled when tasked with containing the run in 2019, as did Jacksonville's entire linebacker corps, and it looks as though the team will spend the offseason experimenting with different positional groupings in an attempt to address the issue. A shift to either weakside or strongside linebacker could cause a hit to Jack's tackle totals, and therefore to his IDP value.

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  • 2/26, 12:18 pm
    • General manager Andrew Berry declined to...

      General manager Andrew Berry declined to specify whether the Browns intend to bring Vernon back for 2020, Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com reports.

      Analysis: Vernon's inaugural season in Cleveland did not live up to expectations, as he recorded just 26 tackles (20 solo) and 3.5 sacks across 10 contests -- the defensive end's worst marks since his rookie campaign in 2012. A knee injury significantly hampered Vernon's output during the second half of the season, and it's worth noting that he's now failed to play a full 16-game slate in three straight years. He'll be owed a hefty non-guaranteed salary of $15.5 million if he remains on Cleveland's roster to kick off the 2020 campaign, all of which the team could clear off the books by cutting Vernon.

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  • 2/26, 10:20 am
    • Martin has been released by the...

      Martin has been released by the Giants, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

      Analysis: Martin appeared in just five regular-season contests in 2019 due to a knee injury, during which he notched six tackles (three solo). His release frees up $4.8 million in 2020 cap space for the Giants while leaving $1.2 million in dead money. The 28-year-old will now look to latch on elsewhere in the league.

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