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Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Randy Gregory is grateful he will have another chance to earn a living with the Dallas Cowboys after being conditionally reinstated by the NFL. “It is (my final chance) and if it's not I'm definitely treating it like it is,” Gregory told ESPN. “I feel like a lot of other organizations wouldn't have stuck around for this ling. I think part of it is just the faith in what I can do on the field, but they also saw that I was a struggling kid that was trying to get himself back on the right path ...I'm a totally different person than I was coming into the league. In some ways better. I think Jerry (Jones) and the whole organization, they understood the situation fully and there was going to be some setbacks. Hopefully this is the last one as far as all that.”

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

The Panthers name Richard Rodgers their secondary coach and Jeff Imamura the assistant secondary/cornerbacks coach. They also hired Vincent Rivera as defensive quality control coach. Mark Carrier, the team's director of player engagement since 2011, has been named senior advisor to the general manager.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Because of the two suspensions, the Cowboys have Randy Gregory under contract through 2020. He signed a four-year deal as a second-round pick in 2015.

Adam Schefter @AdamSchefter

Rams are giving WR Brandin Cooks a five-year extension worth $80 million, tying him to LA for six years at $88 million, per source.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

The major motivation in trading for WR Brandin Cooks, and giving up a first-round pick in the process, was the Rams' confidence in being able to sign him to a long-term contract. One way or the other, they'll have Jared Goff, Todd Gurley, Robert Woods, Cooper Kupp and Cooks under control for several years. That's darn good.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Adisa Bakari, Le'Veon Bell's agent, said on NFL Live that the Steelers are a great organization that worked with him in earnest but "do deals a little differently" (typically, guaranteeing the first year of a contract and the signing bonus and not future years). "We have to focus on the guarantee," Bakari said.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Appearing on NFL Live, Le'Veon Bell's agent Adisa Bakari said he understands how teams view the running back position but Bell's skill set as an all-over-the-field playmaker transcends that constraint and will attract teams in 2019 as he approaches free agency