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DeSean Jackson Likely Done with Buccaneers



Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver DeSean Jackson is likely done for the season due to a thumb injury, and has likely played his last game for Tampa Bay, according to the Tampa Bay Times’ Rick Stroud.

Tampa Bay can cut Jackson after the season and completely clear his $10 million from their books for 2019.

Additionally, Jackson, who signed a three-year, $33.5 million deal with the Bucs in 2017, requested a trade back in October and has been upset with his role with team. Jackson has not been able to form chemistry with quarterback Jameis Winston, compounding the issue.

Jackson, 32, may not be the speedster that he once was, but he could be a viable free agent to hit the market this offseason.


Broncos Sign Andy Janovich to Three-Year Extension



Andy Janovich

The Denver Broncos have signed veteran fullback Andy Janovich to a three-year contract extension, according to Denver 9 News’ Mike Klis.

According to NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport, Janovich’s new deal will net him a signing bonus of $1.35 million and includes $3.22 million fully guaranteed, making him the league’s third highest paid fullback.

Janovich is certainly a fan favorite in Denver, and was scheduled to hit free agency this offseason prior to inking the new deal.

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Atlanta Falcons

Falcons Sign Kasey Redfern



Kasey Redfern

The Atlanta Falcons are signing punter and kickoff specialist Kasey Redfern, who will join the practice squad on Friday, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

Redfern will take the pace of Matt Wile, who struggled during the game against the Houston Texans, with a number of kickoffs landing out of bounds.

The Falcons are currently 1-4 on the season.

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Green Bay Packers

Packers’ Davante Adams Day-to-Day



Green Bay Packers’ veteran wide receiver Devante Adams is dealing with a turf toe injury that is currently keeping him listed day-to-day, but it is unclear just how much time Adams could miss.

“We’re just really trying to pace it at this point,” Adams said, according to the Journal Sentinel’s Jim Owczarski. “I can’t really tell you when I’m going to play. It doesn’t feel how I want it to feel at the moment, but we definitely have time, so we’ll just kind of play this thing (out), and I know Mr. (Matt) LaFleur will definitely be able to take care of any other questions regarding that.”

It has raised concerns that Adams is calling it a “major injury”, but when it comes to providing any more details, Adams is being mum.

“There’s things I can do, but we’ll keep a lot of that in house right now,” Adams said. “I can move around on it, but me moving around on it and feeling like it’s feeling better that day or not in pain just sitting there is a lot different than having to break tackles and cut and release and things like that.”

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