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49ers’ Cedric Thornton Ends Retirement

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Veteran defensive tackle Cedric Thornton, who was last with the San Francisco 49ers prior to his retirement in 2018, has ended his retirement, according to ESPN’s Field Yates.

Thornton was added to the 49ers active roster and will earn $915K if he is able to make the team.

Thornton has also played for the Philadelphia Eagles, Dallas Cowboys, and the Buffalo Bills throughout his career.

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Cowboys’ Randy Gregory Applying for Reinstatement

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Dallas Cowboys’ pass rusher Randy Gregory is set to apply for reinstatement into the NFL this week, according to NFL Network insdier Ian Rapoport.

Gregory played in 14 games last season for Dallas last season, but his career has been marred by suspensions.

It’s unclear if the NFL will grant him reinstatement given how recently, and frequently, he has been suspended, but his return would be a major boost to the Cowboys’ defensive line this season.

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Raiders Sign Jonathan Cooper

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The Oakland Raiders have signed veteran offensive lineman Jonathan cooper, according to NFL Network insider Jonathan Cooper.

Cooper, 29, is a former 1st round draft pick by the Arizona Cardinals and has bounced around the league since flaming out in Arizona.

Cooper will likely provide solid depth to the Raiders’ offensive line, as well as some insurance in case Richie Incognito is suspended.

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Martavis Bryant Applies for Reinstatement

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Former NFL wide receiver Martavis Bryant, who last played for the Oakland Raiders, has formally applied for reinstatement into the NFL, according to NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport.

Bryant started 2 games for the Raiders last season, following his trade from the Pittsburgh Steelers, but was suspended by the NFL shortly after.

Bryant has been suspended a handful for times by the NFL throughout his career, and it will be interesting to see if his application for reinstatement is granted.

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