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Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

Seahawks GM John Schneider had no new information on Marshawn Lynch. He said all he knows is that Lynch is on the reserve/retired list right now. Schneider has talked to Lynch's agent, Doug Hendrickson, but Hendrickson represents a lot of players around the league.

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

Seahawks GM John Schneider said he's been in touch with Scott McCloughan, but McCloughan has other opportunities he's exploring right now and there's no plans at this time for him to rejoin Seattle.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Howie Roseman, the Eagles' executive VP of football operations, on signing of former Patriots' DE Chris Long and how he'll fit. "Our conversations with Chris have been about that we have young players at that position. He's very excited to come aboard and help contribute. No promises have been given but at the same time, we have high expectations."

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Mike Tomlin gave Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots their props during the NFL owners meetings:

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

How will the Packers replace right guard T.J. Lang? It doesn't sound like Bryan Bulaga or Jason Spriggs will move from tackle. "I thought had his best year at right tackle last year and I'm not really looking to move him because I think Bryan – I don't think, I know -- Bryan and David [Bakhtiari] gave us an outstanding combination of right and left tackle play," Packers coach Mike McCarthy told reporters at the NFL annual meetings. On Spriggs, McCarthy said: "He's a tackle. The first thing you have to say about Jason is he can play left tackle in this league, and that's huge. That's a priority position in my view. That tells you the importance that he has to our offensive line. I think we're very fortunate we have David, Bryan Bulaga and Jason, so we have three high quality tackles."

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

With the majority of business completed today at the NFL's annual meeting in Arizona, Falcons head coach Dan Quinn is headed to join Cleveland Indians manager Terry Francona on the bench during spring training. The connection was made between the two through Falcons assistant GM Scott Pioli, who knows Francona from when Pioli was with the Patriots and Francona the Red Sox. Pioli is also in town to join in.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets have signed former Colts C/G Jonotthan Harrison, the team announced. He was a non-tendered RFA who started 23 games in three seasons for the Colts. Harrison (6-foot-4, 300) started four games at guard last year, but his natural position is center. His career breakdown in snaps: 1,323 at center, 392 at guard, per ESPN Stats. He was undrafted out of Florida in 2014.

Charles Moynihan ESPN Producer 

Hayward native Jack Del Rio to Sal Paolantonio: "I am East Bay proud. There is nothing more I want to do than to bring a championship to Oakland." He'll have perhaps only one more year to do so.

ESPN Stats and Information  

When at first you don't succeed, try, try, try, try and try again, right? Since 2009, the Jets have tried as hard as any team to find a quarterback through the draft, but they don't yet have anything to show for it.

ESPN Stats and Information  

Only five players in NFL history have topped 1,000 receptions while playing for only one team. Jason Witten is the only tight end in the group, and he's less than 40 catches behind Larry Fitzgerald for the most among the five.

Charles Moynihan ESPN Producer 

John Elway to Adam Schefter on Tony Romo rumors: "Right now we are happy with our quarterback situation."

Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

The Browns announced they have signed DL Jamie Meder, an exclusive rights free agent who started 15 games last season. Meder may be best known for being dubbed "The Pierogi Prince of Parma" by Joe Thomas. Parma is a reference to the Cleveland suburb where Meder grew up.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Mike Tomlin fielded several questions about free agent cornerback Darrelle Revis, and his message remained consistent: He respects Revis' game but doesn't talk about free agents. With or without Revis, the Steelers are expecting a jump defensively. "It our intention to have a great defense in 2017," Tomlin said. "I can't state it any clearer than that."