Updates from NFL Free Agency are coming in by the hour, and here’s the latest news on players around the league:
Receiver Brandon Lloyd could be the latest big-name player to hit the open-market by way of his team cutting him, as CSNNE.com’s Tom Curran reports Loyd’s chances of being with the Patriots after today are 50-50.
Jake Long left St. Louis without signing a deal with the Rams, and is now contemplating re-signing with the Miami Dolphins, or pursuing other free agent opportunities. He still could sign with the Rams.
NFLPA Executive Director Smith has asked for an inquiry into the contract snafu that led the Denver Broncos to release defensive end Elvis Dumervil on Friday because paperwork of his revised contract that included a 2013 salary cut from $12 million to $8 million was not filed by the 4:00ET deadline.
Browns defensive coordinator Ray Horton is happy with the team’s free-agency haul which is featured by former Baltimore Raven Paul Kruger.
Falcons TE Tony Gonzalez is 95% sure he won’t be playing the second season of his new two-year contract.