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Mike Garafolo tweets that the Bears and Rams are ”believed to be among the most interested” teams in free agent OT Jake Long.
Jason Cole added that the Chargers have “a little” interest in Long.
With so many available options at offensive tackle this year, it’s going to be hard for Long to walk away with a huge contract. Teams can always wait for the asking price to come down before getting aggressive with their offers.
Long, 27, is coming off of an injury as well, and his overall play has dipped a bit in recent years, so the Bears and Rams might be able to get him cheaper by waiting a little bit. The Dolphins could also be in play at the right price.
We have him listed as the No. 9 best available player in our Top 50 Free Agents list.
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We hear from someone we trust that it’s a “done deal” that Wallace will be signing with Miami.
The writing has been on the wall for a while now that Wallace will land in Miami. It would be a shock if he signs anywhere else.
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Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk reports that the Dolphins re-signed FS Chris Clemons to a one-year contract.
Clemons, 27, was a big contributor for the Dolphins this season. He tallied 99 tackles and two interceptions while playing in all 16 games.
Miami seems likely to lose free agent CB Sean Smith, but keeping Clemons at least maintains some stability in their secondary.
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