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Jarvis Landry Says Contract Talks Moving Slow, Wants To Remain With Dolphins

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Things seemed to have gotten a little dicey between the Miami Dolphins and their All-Pro wide receiver Jarvis Landry, who is set to his free agency this offseason if the two sides cannot agree to a deal.

Landy’s contract demands and the Dolphins’ valuation are seemingly on two completely different levels, which has led many to speculate that Miami and Landry are ready to part ways.

However, Landry spoke to NFL Network’s Jane Slater at the Pro Bowl practice and said that talks are indeed moving and again expressed his desire to remain a Miami Dolphin.

“They’re moving. They’re moving slowly, but they’re moving,” Landry said. “And again for me, [for] the most part I’ve been out trying to enjoy my time with my family, with these other guys — these talented guys around the league, and just letting the rest take care of itself.”

“I would love to [stay with the Dolphins]” Landry said. “I would love to, but understanding [that] it’s a business — one that I don’t truly understand — but again, I love the game of football and that’s the most important thing to me and if I can do that, that’s all that matters.”

Dolphins EVP Mike Tannenbaum chimed in about the team’s plans with Landry’s negotiations.

“We have more time to go before the deadline,” Tannenbaum said, according to Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald. “We’ll see where it goes.”

While reports have surfaced saying that Landry is seeking a deal similar to Green Bay Pakcers’ wide receiver Davante Adams’ four-year, $58 million, with $18 million guaranteed contract, Landry said he didn’t have a number in mind.

“I wish I knew numbers,” Landry admitted. “I don’t know numbers and that’s not a conversation that I should have. I leave that to my agent to handle those things, but we’ll see. I think I’m one of the best in the league though so we’ll see.”

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Jags’ Leonard Fournette, Jalen Ramsey, Others Remain Questionable

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The Jacksonville Jaguars have a number of players on the mend, and running back Leonard Fournette and cornerback Jalen Ramsey are both questionable for Sunday’s game against the Tennessee Titans, according to ESPN’s Michael DiRocco.

Fournette and Ramsey aren’t alone, as running back T.J. Yeldon, cornerback D.J. Hayden, and right guard A.J. Cann are all questionable as well.

Fournette will likely be a gametime decision.

“We’ve been playing a lot of tough games,” Jaguars head coach Doug Marrone said. “Players are doing the best job they can to get themselves ready to go, but we played a home opener in New York. We played a home opener here. Now we’ve got a divisional opponent.

“When you look at it a lot of teams are going through the same thing, just trying to keep everybody as healthy as they possibly can.”

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Bengals’ Billy Price Out with Leg Injury

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The Cincinnati Bengals will be without rookie center Billy Price as he is dealing with a lower left leg injury, according to the Cincinnati Enquirer’s Paul Dehner Jr.

“Finally figured out what it was this morning,” Price said. “Last couple days was just trying to figure out what it is and what’s the plan going forward. They thought it was an ankle now turned to a foot, there wasn’t any swelling and it wasn’t Lisfranc, so just thankful for that. That’s great news.”

Price will be re-evaluated in two weeks by doctors.

 

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Patriots Sign Corey Coleman To Practice Squad

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The New England Patriots signed wide receiver Corey Coleman to their practice squad earlier this week, according to NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport.

New England originally signed Coleman to its 53-man roster last week, but he was cut when the Patriots acquired Josh Gordon in a trade with the Cleveland Browns. The Pats then opted to add Coleman to their practice squad.

Coleman is close to being out of the NFL completely after his cut from the Buffalo Bills, following his bottoming out with the Cleveland Browns.

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