• John Harbaugh is open to an Anquan Boldin return
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    John Harbaugh is open to an Anquan Boldin return

    Anquan Boldin has been a polarizing figure in Baltimore ever since the day he was traded shortly after the Baltimore Ravens won Super Bowl XLVII. The team first acquired Boldin in a trade from the Arizona Cardinals on March 5, 2010, for a third and fourth round pick. The team also got a fifth round pick in return along with Boldin and shortly after, the team signed him to a 3-year, $25 million extension.

  • Eddie Lacy 'transitions' to Seahawks running back in one photo
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    Eddie Lacy 'transitions' to Seahawks running back in one photo

    Seattle Seahawks running back Eddie Lacy is ready to put the Green Bay Packers in his past. While much of the NFL media was focused on the league’s annual meetings in Phoenix today, Lacy flew under the radar with one Twitter photo. The Pro Bowler is pictured clutching a football with one side of his jersey bearing Packers colors and the other representing his new team, the Seahawks. The caption: “the transition.” Lacy, 26, signed a one-year $5.5 million contract ($3 million guaranteed) with the Seahawks earlier this month. The contract included weight incentives to get the running back in top shape. Last season, Lacy played just five games for the Packers after suffering a left ankle injury.

  • Need to Know: Redskins' rule change rejected but others will make game safer, move faster
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    Need to Know: Redskins' rule change rejected but others will make game safer, move faster

    Here is what you need to know on this Wednesday, March 29, 29 days before the April 27 NFL draft. Timeline Days until: —Offseason workouts begin (4/17) 19 —Redskins rookie camp (5/12) 44 —Redskins OTAs start (5/24) 56 —Franchise tag contract deadline (7/15) 108 —First Sunday of 2017 season (9/10) 156 Rule changes with commentary —Prohibits the “leaper” block attempt on field goal and extra point plays. Tandler: While it’s a fun play when it’s executed properly I can see the player safety angle of it. I’m not sure why teams didn’t just run some placement kicks with delayed snaps to get a free five yards because once a player has committed to the leap he can’t stop. —Makes permanent the rule that