Found May 05, 2013 on NFL Trade Rumors:
Bears OL Kyle Long’s measurables were one of the main reasons the Bears selected him in round one. (Chicago Tribune) Bills Chris Hairston is projected to be the Bills starting right tackle. (WGR 550 Buffalo) Broncos DE Quanterus Smith is expected to be ready for the start of training camp. (Denver Post) Browns Leon McFadden may end up replacing Sheldon Brown at the right cornerback this season. (ESPN Cleveland) CB Trevin Wade‘s roster spot could be in jeopardy. (ESPN Cleveland) Cardinals CB Jamell Fleming could be on the roster spot this season, despite being a 2012 third-round pick. (azcardinals.com) Yeremiah Bell and Rashad Johnson are projected to be the Cardinals starting safeties. (Arizona Republic) Chargers GM Tom Telesco is expecting “big things” from RB Ryan Mathews this season. (chargers.com) Cowboys S J.J. Wilcox will get an opportunity to compete for a starting job during training camp. (Fox Sports Southwest) The team is likely to retain RT Doug Free after th...
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