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Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills will get the 163rd overall pick (fifth round) from Patriots by not matching Mike Gillislee's offer sheet, Buffalo announces. That gives Bills seven picks in this week's draft; they have no fourth-round pick (sent to Chicago in Reggie Ragland trade in 2016 draft) and three fifth round picks. Previously, Bills had league-low six picks in what experts consider a deep 2017 draft.

Field Yates @FieldYates

The Patriots used a 2015 6th round pick on TE AJ Derby, traded him a year later for a 2017 5th rounder, then traded that for Mike Gillislee.

John Clayton @ClaytonESPN

As expected, the Richard Sherman trade possibilities have all but ended. Sherman is at team facility. John Schneider says team has moved on

John Clayton @ClaytonESPN

If Adrian Peterson signs for between $3 million and $4 million, I still doubt Marshawn Lynch would take a similar deal from the Raiders.

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

The Saints definitely have room for Adrian Peterson, even though they already have a No. 1 running back in Mark Ingram. They need depth after allowing veteran backup Tim Hightower to get away in free agency – and Sean Payton's creative ability to use Ingram and Peterson as a 1/1A is probably a draw for the future Hall of Famer. Plus, it would give Peterson a chance to make his 2017 debut at Minnesota on Monday Night Football.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets GM Mike Maccagnan could've doused the Sheldon Richardson trade rumors on Monday, but he took a pass, declining to comment on whether he will try to deal Richardson before or during the draft. He said, "As a general manager, you're looking at all different ways you can change the team, improve the team or help the team. You weigh everything as you come across it." Officials from some other teams believe a trade is unlikely, in large part, because of Richardson's $8.1 million salary.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Gearing up for Thursday's draft, the Bears are scheduled to hold a press conference to announce the 2016 Brian Piccolo Award winner on Tuesday, and then general manager Ryan Pace holds his pre-draft press conference on Wednesday at 10 am CT at Halas Hall. The Bears currently have the 3rd overall pick, but are open to moving down in Round 1.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

With the Bills declining to match the Patriots' two-year, $6.4 million offer sheet to running back Mike Gillislee, this means the Patriots now have Gillislee, James White, Dion Lewis, Rex Burkhead, D.J. Foster and Brandon Bolden at running back. It's a crowded stable and likely means the door is closed on LeGarrette Blount's return.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

The Bills have declined to match the Patriots' two-year, $6.4 million offer sheet to restricted free agent RB Mike Gillislee, source tells ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter. That means Bills are down to LeSean McCoy, Jonathan Williams, Joe Banyard and Cedric O'Neal at running back. Becomes a possible mid-round draft need for Buffalo, which has opened about $1.8 million in 2017 cap space.

Adam Schefter @AdamSchefter

Bills declined to match two-year, $6.4 million offer sheet that RB Mike Gillislee signed with Patriots, per source. Gillislee now a Pat.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

The Steelers have picked up the fifth-year option for linebacker Ryan Shazier, per source. Team showing commitment to playmaker with 87 tackles, 3.5 sacks, three forced fumbles and three interceptions last season. Sports Illustrated first reported the news.

Kevin Seifert NFL Nation 

Michigan safety Jabrill Peppers' positive test for a dilute sample means he will enter the NFL in Stage One of the league's substance abuse policy. Under the policy, a dilute sample is considered the equivalent of a positive test. There are no fines or suspensions until a player reaches Stage Two of the program.