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  • 7/17, 7:27 pm
    • Seals-Jones was arrested in Scottsdale, Arizona...

      Seals-Jones was arrested in Scottsdale, Arizona on Saturday and charged with assault, disorderly conduct and criminal trespassing, NFL.com reports.

      Analysis: After being denied entry to a hotel due to the time of night, Seals-Jones allegedly attempted to re-enter more than once and pushed an employee before being restrained by security. It doesn't sound like anything that would warrant felony charges or a lengthy suspension, but the NFL could hand down some kind of punishment after the legal process plays out. The Cardinals stated they are aware of the incident and won't comment further at this time. Seals-Jones caught 12 passes for 201 yards and three touchdowns in 10 games as an undrafted rookie last season, and he's expected to battle Jermaine Gresham (Achilles) for snaps in 2018.

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  • 7/17, 6:44 pm
    • White was arrested June 15 in...

      White was arrested June 15 in Collin County, Texas and charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, Jon Johnson of the Dothan Eagle reports.

      Analysis: White said the arrest stemmed from a "road rage incident" that occurred last October, with a delayed police investigation resulting in the second-degree felony charge being brought forth several months later. The Cowboys and the NFL will presumably wait for the legal process to play out before levying any punishment for White, who is slated to compete for a depth role in the Dallas secondary during training camp.

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  • 7/17, 12:20 pm
    • Cooks signed a five-year extension with...

      Cooks signed a five-year extension with the Rams on Tuesday, Lindsey Thiry of ESPN.com reports.

      Analysis: According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, the new contract is worth $80 million and will run through 2023. An extension has long been expected, with the Rams apparently quite confident Cooks will be a better fit than Sammy Watkins in head coach Sean McVay's offensive system. The speedy wideout does have the look of a safe investment, considering he'll turn 25 in September and hasn't missed a game or fallen shy of 1,000 yards since his 2014 rookie season. The possibility of Cooper Kupp or Robert Woods challenging for the team target lead is probably the biggest concern for prospective fantasy owners, though the wealth of weapons will also prevent defenses from overplaying Cooks, who should then be able to take advantage with long gains. He's unlikely to thrive without the help of frequent big plays, as only 11 of his 27 career receiving touchdowns have come on snaps inside the red zone.

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  • 7/17, 12:04 pm
    • Gregory was reinstated Tuesday from his...

      Gregory was reinstated Tuesday from his indefinite suspension, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

      Analysis: Repeated violations of the league's substance abuse policy have limited the 2015 second-round pick to 14 games through three seasons. Gregory likely will have some conditions for full reinstatement, but he's at least on the right track toward competing for a role in the Cowboys' defensive line rotation. He should be available for the start of training camp in late July.

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  • 7/17, 10:39 am
    • Bell's agent said Tuesday on SiriusXM...

      Bell's agent said Tuesday on SiriusXM NFL Radio that the running back is expected to skip training camp but report to the team before Week 1.

      Analysis: It appears Bell will take a similar route to what he did last year, when he reported to the Steelers and signed his tender just nine days before the start of the regular season. Bell was unable to reach a long-term contract agreement before Monday's deadline, and his agent hinted that this would be Bell's final season in Pittsburgh given the circumstances. The 26-year-old is set to make $14.54 million this season, and a third year under the franchise tag would cost approximately $21 million in 2019. Bell should be fit and ready for his 2018 campaign, looking to make a strong impression before he hits the open market next offseason.

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