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– Matt LaFleur is going to do some fun stuff with both Jones and Dillon on the field together. He sprinkled some of it in against the Rams in the playoffs. Expect him to do more. Because Jones is such a good receiver and Dillon such a powerful runner, the pair presents unique problems when on the field together. NFL Indianapolis Colts Team Face Coverings

According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, former Bears OG Kyle Long, who recently came out of retirement, is set to sign with the Chiefs on a one-year deal worth up to $5 million. Long stepped away from the game in 2020, taking the season off in order to focus on his body and recovery from previous injuries. He last played during the 2019 season, starting four games before being placed on injured reserve with a hip injury. Listed at 6-6 and 315 pounds, Long is fully-recovered from the aforementioned injury. NFL Los Angeles Rams Team Face Coverings

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Keeping Williams was the primary concern for the 49ers this offseason. Had they lost him, it would have meant a change a seismic shift in their plans for free agency and the draft.

“When you have to go 12, 15-play drives consistently, your margin for error is so small,” McVay said. “The level of competition is just so great that you have to be able to find ways to continuously create explosives, give yourself a little bit of margin for error, that it's not always taking that many plays to produce points in this league.”

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With cap rollover from the 2020 season, the Bears have $190 million to use in 2021. Still, entering Saturday, Chicago was roughly $19 million over the salary cap, which factors in the signing of kicker Cairo Santos and wide receiver Allen Robinson’s franchise tag.

The Dallas Cowboys have made quite the splash this past week, finally agreeing to a huge contract extension with signal-caller Dak Prescott. The star quarterback has been wanting a new deal from the organization for years, and Jerry Jones delivered. 

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More additions to the Jets’ wide receiver room are expected before free agency wraps up, as the position is a priority area of need for Joe Douglas to address.

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