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  • 7/16, 1:36 pm
    • Joyner did not reach a contract...

      Joyner did not reach a contract agreement with the Rams prior to Monday's 4:00 PM ET deadline for franchise-tagged players, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

      Analysis: Coming off a breakout campaign in his first year as a full-time safety, Joyner was deemed worth of the franchise tag over former teammate Sammy Watkins. The Rams will now pay their starting free safety $11.29 million in 2018, with the option to tag him again for approximately $13.5 million next offseason. Joyner's excellent work in pass coverage makes him one of the more valuable safeties in the league, but it didn't translate to much IDP value last season as he managed just 49 tackles in 12 games. He did have nine passes defended and three interceptions, including one returned for a touchdown.

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  • 7/16, 1:30 pm
    • Lawrence did not reach a contract...

      Lawrence did not reach a contract agreement with the Cowboys prior to Monday's 4:00 PM ET deadline for franchise-tagged players, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

      Analysis: There hasn't been much buzz about Lawrence and the Cowboys discussing a long-term contract, with both sides seemingly content to see how things play out on a one-year, $17.1 million franchise tag. The team can tag the 26-year-old again next offseason, but it would cost approximately $20.6 million the second time around. Lawrence set career highs across the board in 2017, with 58 tackles, 14.5 sacks, four forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries in 16 games. He had 55 tackles and eight sacks in 2015, but managed just one sack in nine games during an injury-marred 2016 campaign.

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  • 7/16, 1:00 pm
    • Bell was unable to reach a...

      Bell was unable to reach a contract agreement with the Steelers before Monday's 4:00 PM ET deadline for franchise-tagged players, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

      Analysis: Bell will play under the franchise tag for a second straight year, with his $14.54 million cap number easily leading all running backs. He waited until the end of the preseason to sign his tender last year, reporting to the Steelers just nine days before their season opener. The 26-year-old dropped hints that he'd follow a similar path in 2018 if he didn't get a long-term deal, but there hasn't been anything definitive regarding his plans. Bell technically can wait until Week 11 to sign the tag and still be eligible for free agency next offseason, but he'd miss out on more than $850,000 each week he sits outs. For what it's worth, he tweeted Monday that 2018 will be his best season to date -- a hint that he doesn't plan to extend a holdout into the regular season. The Steelers have every incentive to give him a huge workload once he shows up, as Bell's agent said Monday that this likely will be the running back's final season in Pittsburgh, per ESPN.com's Adam Schefter. A third franchise tag would cost approximately $21 million, and it's evident the Steelers have no intention of paying Bell at his open-market value on a multi-year deal.

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  • 7/16, 11:41 am
    • Jackson, the 251st overall pick in...

      Jackson, the 251st overall pick in April's draft, appears to have a path to a meaningful role, Ricky Henne of the team's official website reports.

      Analysis: While most seventh-round rookies are lucky just to stick on the practice squad, Jackson should have the inside track to a spot on the 53-man roster, considering the Chargers only have undrafted players Russell Hansbrough and Detrez Newsome as competition for the No. 3 RB job. Jackson came out of Northwestern as the No. 3 rusher in Big Ten history (6,289 yards) and excelled in agility drills at the combine, but his combination of elusiveness and speed (4.52 40) loses some luster once his thin frame (6-foot, 199 pounds) is taken into account. No. 2 back Austin Ekeler is also on the small side, but he's at least more compact than Jackson at 5-9, 195.

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  • 7/16, 11:10 am
    • Newsome signed with the Chargers immediately...

      Newsome signed with the Chargers immediately after the 2018 NFL Draft, Ricky Henne of the team's official website reports.

      Analysis: While he wasn't a priority undrafted free agent, Newsome has a real chance to create buzz in August, heading into training camp with a Chargers team that only has four other tailbacks on the roster. Melvin Gordon and Austin Ekeler are locked in atop the depth chart, leaving Newsome, Hansbrough and seventh-round rookie Justin Jackson to compete for one or two spots on the 53-man roster. Newsome is the all-time touchdown leader (46) for FCS program Western Carolina, where he finished his career with three straight seasons topping 1,000 rushing yards and 200 receiving yards. He did well to run the 40-yard dash in 4.51 seconds while weighing 208 pounds, but his pro day was otherwise unimpressive, featuring substandard marks in all the jumping and agility drills.

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