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Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Never a dull moment in the Antonio Brown saga. Brown's latest social media message features a cartoon of himself with 'Open For Business' in neon lettering. Brown is asking fans to caption his next city. Only the Steelers have the power to decide where Brown plays next year.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Count Jason Witten among those who believe in Cowboys new offensive coordinator Kellen Moore, saying he sees the offense “taking a big step in 2019.” How will that happen? “I think he'll do the things that Dak (Prescott) likes to do. He'll do the things they have to do to win," Witten said. "I think he'll use the pass to set up the run, not just the run to set up the pass. I think he'll do a good job with that. Look, they're a run-first team. The strengths is Zeke and the offensive line. Certainly (there's) (Amari) Cooper and Dak and they're playmaking ability, but he'll add some nice wrinkles to that offense.”

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

The Bills' three-year contract with G/C Spencer Long is actually a one-year deal with $1.2 million guaranteed with a team option for 2020 and another team option for 2021. Long's cap numbers if both options are exercised would be $3.9375 million (2019), $4.25 million (2020) and $4.35 million (2021).

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

This week, the Steelers donated a check for $30,000 through the United Way to One Northside Pittsburgh as part of their social justice grant program in the community. Team president Art Rooney II and players Al Villanueva and B.J. Finney presented the check.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

K Josh Lambo has been one of the Jaguars' most consistent players over the past two seasons and signing him to a four-year extension removes one worry heading into the 2019 season. Lambo has missed just three of his 41 field goal attempts (and only three of 44 PATs) since joining the Jaguars in October 2017. That included a franchise-record 24 consecutive field goal attempts from Nov. 19, 2017 to November 11, 2018.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Don Muhlbach re-signs with the Lions for another year. Longest tenured active player with Detroit and second-longest in franchise history.