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    Re: NFL Free Agency/Other Transactions

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    The Dolphins cut cornerback Cordrea Tankersley nine days ago. He had a workout with the Colts on Thursday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports.
    Tankersley spent time on the reserve/COVID-19 list with the Dolphins.

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    A new contract for San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle may not be done just yet, but it appears as though the wait won’t go on much longer.

    According to the NFL Network, the 49ers and Kittle are nearing completion on a deal that will make Kittle the highest paid tight end in the league “by far.”

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    One of the best remaining 2020 free agents has found a landing spot.
    Defensive end Everson Griffen, who spent his entire 10-year career with the Vikings, has agreed to terms with the Cowboys, according to NFL Media.

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    “Don Shula’s lasting impact on the Miami Dolphins, NFL and South Florida community is immeasurable,” team owner Stephen Ross said in a press release. “We are proud to continue honoring his historic life and legacy with a patch that is emblematic of his success on the football field as the winningest coach in our league’s history.”

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    “Last year, going through it, it didn’t feel like a big distraction until now and how smooth and how easy it has been,” Williams said, via the Las Vegas Review-Journal. “So last year I think it definitely was a distraction. We tried not to let it be, but I think it did get to some of us. It was just kind of annoying for sure. We have guys [now] who are excited to be here and guys that are excited to get on the field. Last year, we just couldn’t be ourselves, couldn’t really enjoy, couldn’t really settle in.”

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    A 2018 seventh-round pick who grew up in Australia and never played football, Mailata is a raw athlete whom the Eagles hope can eventually develop into a solid offensive lineman. If he can contribute this year, it would be a big bonus to the Eagles’ offensive line, which has Andre Dillard taking over at left tackle and veteran Jason Peters coming back but moving to right guard.

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    Re: NFL Free Agency/Other Transactions

    Jay Gruden didn’t get on-field time with the Jaguars Offense this offseason and that left a lot of work for the team’s new offensive coordinator to do at training camp.
    That work is underway, but Gruden made it clear on Wednesday that the effort remains in its infancy. He said it’s been a good thing that they’ve had “a lot of meetings, a lot of walkthroughs before actually practicing full speed” because there’s a lot for the team to do in a relatively short amount of time.

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