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The Vikings are worried about guaranteeing Teddy Bridgewater's salary for 2018 given his recent knee injury.

Joe McDonald @ESPNJoeyMac

After nearly eight years of covering the NHL, MLB and the NFL at ESPN, it's time for the next chapter in my career.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Here's how Martavis Bryant's return could play out, assuming he stays clean: Enters camp as a backup, Steelers force him to earn back trust, splits snaps with Justin Hunter and Sammie Coates on the outside, gets job back by Week 1.

Field Yates @FieldYates

Raiders projected skill position starters: QB: Derek Carr RB: Marshawn Lynch TE: Jared Cook WR: Michael Crabtree, Amari Cooper

Ed Werder @Edwerderespn

After 17 years reporting on #NFL, I've been informed that I'm being laid off by ESPN effective immediately. I have no plans to retire

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Former long-time St. Louis Cardinals quarterback Jim Hart will announce Arizona's second-round pick and former long snapper Mike Leach will announce the Cardinals' third-round pick.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cardinals will their four Day 3 picks from the Grand Canyon, the team announced Tuesday. Running back David Johnson, and the wife and son of fallen Phoenix police officer David Glasser will announced Arizona's fourth-round pick. Representatives from the Arizona National Guard and National Park Service, as well as kids and coaches from the NFL Flag Football organization in Flagstaff will help announce the Cardinals' fifth and sixth round. Cardinals season-ticket holder Chrisie Elser will announce Arizona's seventh-round pick from the NFL Draft in Philadelphia.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Two of the Patriots' all-time best players on and off the field -- Andre Tippett and Matthew Slater -- are scheduled to announce the team's third-round picks at the NFL Draft. Tippett was chosen as part of the NFL Legends Community, while Slater gets the nod as a past team winner of the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Why did I take Jamal Adams in ESPN's NFL Nation Mock Draft? Again, I believe the Bears want to trade down -- if possible. In the event that doesn't happen, Stanford DE Solomon Thomas is a player they like, but he went second to SF in our mock. After that, there are a bunch of defensive players worth considering -- Adams, Marshon Lattimore and Malik Hooker. I simply viewed Adams as the safest pick, and safety is a position of need, despite signing Quintin Demps in free agency. Adams is a great tackler, productive in college, and a leader. Everyone I've spoken to about Adams raves about his personality and enthusiasm. The Bears need a field general in their secondary, and I believe Adams checks all the boxes. And the 4.33 40-yard dash he ran at LSU's Pro Day doesn't hurt either.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Khalil Mack spoke on the possibility of Marshawn Lynch joining the Raiders last week.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Marshawn Lynch coming home to Oakland to play for the Raiders does more than address a need at running back; it also serves as an olive branch, of sorts, for Oakland fans who feel burned by the team's pending relocation to Las Vegas. Hard to imagine Lynch, who just turned 31, playing for the Las Vegas Raiders, though, as it's a reported two-year deal and Raiders owner Mark Davis does not plan on going to Southern Nevada until 2020.

Adam Schefter @AdamSchefter

Marshawn Lynch scheduled to be at Raiders' bldg today to undergo physical. If he passes, Raiders and Seahawks expected to finalize trade.

Adam Schefter @AdamSchefter

Marshawn Lynch and Raiders have agreement in place, as NFL Network reported. "It's getting done,” said source with knowledge of situation.