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  • 3/5, 10:32 am
    • The Bears are reportedly considering trading...

      The Bears are reportedly considering trading Marshall (ribs), the Chicago Sun-Times reports.

      Analysis: The notion that the team appears prepared to move on from Marshall, who signed an extension with the Bears last May, is echoed by NFL.com, though it's unclear if the team would be of a mind to release the wideout if a trade doesn't happen. Marshall is coming off an injury-marred 2014 season, in which he recorded 61 catches for 721 yards and eight touchdowns in 13 games, with the report suggesting that the team's possible inclination to part ways with the wideout is motivated more by team chemistry considerations than finances.

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  • 3/5, 10:15 am
    • Manning's return to the Broncos for...

      Manning's return to the Broncos for the 2015 season has been confirmed, ESPN.com reports.

      Analysis: Per the report, Manning has agreed to a reduced salary (from $19 million to $15 million) for the coming season, a deal that was confirmed Thursday after the QB passed his physical. With the added financial flexibility created by Manning's re-worked contract as free agency approaches, the Broncos can now focus on maintaining a strong supporting cast around their franchise QB, who will return for his fourth season with the team.

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  • 3/5, 9:57 am
    • Bowe is a candidate to be...

      Bowe is a candidate to be released by the Chiefs if the team is unable to deal the wideout, NFL Network's NFL Ian Rapoport reports.

      Analysis: With Bowe slated to earn almost $11 million this coming season, per NFL.com, dealing the wideout would be a challenging endeavor for the Chiefs. If Bowe ends up being released, with the team already having bid adieu to fellow pass-catchers Donnie Avery and A.J. Jenkins, the Chiefs would clearly need to aggressively target the wideout position in both free agency and the NFL draft.

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  • 3/5, 7:17 am
    • Douglas will visit the Titans on...

      Douglas will visit the Titans on Thursday, Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean reports.

      Analysis: Douglas was released by Atlanta in late-February, and represents a potentially valuable addition as a slot receiver in free agency, especially for teams that are unable to dish out the high salary required for top free agent Randall Cobb. The 30-year-old hauled in 51 passes for 556 yards and two touchdowns over 12 games in 2014, and although this line doesn't live up to his 2013 numbers, his 7.5 yards per target is not a major dropoff from the year before. If the two sides are able to work out a deal, Douglas could see a slight uptick in targets in a less talented group of receivers, but the quality of quarterback play would remain a question mark.

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  • 3/5, 6:59 am
    • Dockett (knee) agreed to a two-year...

      Dockett (knee) agreed to a two-year deal with the 49ers on Thursday, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports.

      Analysis: The 33-year-old defensive lineman missed the entire 2014 campaign due to a torn ACL, but if the typical timeline for this injury holds up, he should be able to participate in the majority of training camp. Once healthy, Dockett will compete with the likes of Tony Jerod-Eddie and Tank Carradine to become a fixture in the defensive line rotation.

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