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Mr. Scot

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Not a definite cut.

Its reported that if the Broncos win enough games, he'll earn all or most of it back.

So its a "cut".

It's a cut unless they win the Super Bowl.

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Pete Prisco at NFL.com has this uninformed nugget about free agency:

Carolina Panthers

WR Jeremy Maclin: They have to get help for Cam Newton outside. Maclin would provide a nice option opposite Kelvin Benjamin.

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And this about Shorts:

Cleveland Browns

WR Cecil Shorts: He had some productive seasons before injuries limited him. The Browns need help outside, and the Cleveland native has already been linked to the team. He won't cost a bundle either.

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And finally this about the Falcons:

Atlanta Falcons

DE Jerry Hughes: The pass rush was terrible last season and new coach Dan Quinn, who will be making the personnel decisions, is a defensive coach. Hughes had 10 sacks last season for the Bills.

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http://espn.go.com/boston/nfl/story/_/id/12425466/vince-wilfork-option-declined-new-england-patriots 

 

 

 Veteran defensive tackle Vince Wilfork tweeted Thursday that the New England Patriots have informed him they will not pick up the option in his contract, thus making him a free agent when the new league year begins Tuesday.

 

Morning guys ... Please read below this will be my only statement pic.twitter.com/gClv03hqet

— Vince Wilfork (@wilfork75) 

March 5, 2015

 

The news was expected, as Wilfork, 33, was due a $4 million roster bonus on March 10.

 

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