Randy Gregory has a lot of people screaming loudly in the ear of Roger Goodell.
We’ll go through the process. Any way we can help to support him, we’ll certainly embrace that opportunity, said Garrett, via Jon Machota of The Dallas Morning News. He’s someone that has worked very hard at this and we’re excited about his future.
Marshall was one of several Giants receivers to go down with a serious injury in 2017. The veteran missed the missed the bulk of the year after undergoing ankle surgery in October.
Jerry Jones: Cowboys not interested in signing a veteran tight endat this time
The Saints cut Coby Fleener, while Marcedes Lewis and Antonio Gates are among the tight ends still available as free agents. The Cowboys aren’t interested despite losing Jason Witten.
Owner Jerry Jones insists the Cowboys are prepared to go with the young tight ends on their roster.
I like the group that we have and don’t see at this time [adding a veteran], but I reserve the right to change my mind, Jones said.
Josh Jackson, CB, Iowa: Green Bay continues revamping its secondary after taking Louisville CB Jaire Alexander in Round 1. Jackson picked off eight passes last year, though he doesn’t have a ton of experience at corner. His ball skills might also make him a candidate to eventually play safety. Has drawn comparisons with Richard Sherman, though Jackson (6-0, 196) isn’t as big.
Breeland Speaks, DE, Mississippi: He should lineup just outside the offensive tackle at 6-3, 283 pounds, bolstering a three-man front that hasn’t been getting enough juice aside from Chris Jones’ production.