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  • Zay Jones WR-BUF
    5/20, 11:31 pm
    • Jones has added eight to 10...

      Jones has added eight to 10 pounds of lean muscle mass to his upper body this offseason, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports. "I have been focusing on how I can maximize my frame and my body to be the best I can this year," said the third-year wideout. "I think it'll help in many aspects. My blocking, my play strength, endurance, stamina, prevention of injury. Nothing is guaranteed. Getting bigger and stronger doesn't guarantee anything, but it can only help you and give you a greater opportunity to be successful."

      Analysis: While we try not to pay too much attention to "bigger, stronger and in the best shape of my life" stories that are quite easy to find this time of year, Jones did struggle with lingering injuries entering last season, and was far better in the season's second half compared to the first eight games. Also, he's struggled with being able to outmuscle defensive backs for the ball, so the added weight can only help. With the Bills beefing up their receiving corps this offseason -- namely John Brown and Cole Beasley -- there's been talk Jones' roster spot could be in jeopardy, though he did lead the team in receptions and receiving yards last season and seems to be getting the pro game down, not to mention he already has one season in the books with Josh Allen. He seems a lot closer to the No. 2 receiving spot than being a cut, though he'll probably have to fight off Robert Foster for looks in the offense, as Brown and Beasley seem set at two of the top three spots.

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  • 5/20, 7:14 pm
    • Spaight was placed on the reserve/retired...

      Spaight was placed on the reserve/retired list Monday, Charles Goldman of USA Today reports.

      Analysis: Spaight's career comes to an end after four seasons in the league with the Redskins, Dolphins, Jaguars and Chiefs. The linebacker dealt with concussion issues throughout his time in Washington. He signed a reserve/future contract with the Chiefs in early January.

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  • 5/20, 7:07 pm
    • Littleton signed his one-year tender Monday,...

      Littleton signed his one-year tender Monday, Herbie Teope of NFL.com reports.

      Analysis: Littleton put together his best campaign in 2018, recording a career-high 125 tackles, and was rewarded with a special teams selection to the Pro Bowl. With Mark Barron now out of the fold in LA, Littleton should head into training camp as a starting inside linebacker.

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  • 5/20, 5:26 pm
    • Elliott was detained but eventually released...

      Elliott was detained but eventually released without charge Sunday morning at a music festival in Las Vegas, NFL.com reports.

      Analysis: For a player that has served a six-game suspension due to violations of the personal conduct policy, Elliott likely will be scrutinized by the NFL for this incident with a security guard. That said, it appears to be minor in nature, as evidenced by team president Stephen Jones telling Todd Archer of ESPN.com that the incident won't affect negotiations with the running back on a long-term deal. One of a handful of Cowboys approaching the end of their rookie contracts, Elliott has racked up 5,247 yards from scrimmage on 1,003 touches and 34 touchdowns in 40 career games.

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  • 5/20, 3:55 pm
    • The Buccaneers released McCoy on Monday,...

      The Buccaneers released McCoy on Monday, Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times reports.

      Analysis: McCoy was owed $13 million for 2019 which led Tampa Bay to seek out potential trade partners over the last few month, but the team was apparently unable to find any suitors and can cut him without facing a dead-cap penalty. The 31-year-old was unsurprisingly not present for voluntary workouts or the start of OTAs last week given his murky status with the team. McCoy spent the first nine seasons of his career with the Buccaneers and seems likely to have numerous potential options in free agency.

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