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Saints axe WR Morgan; Sean Payton calls 10 players into office
Per NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, Saints head coach Sean Payton is starting to audit the underachieving roster following a 41-10 home loss to the Carolina Panthers that dropped the Saints to 5-8.
Morgan is a big-play threat, but he is also a threat to the team's delicate chemistry. He has had repeated run-ins with the team, including a suspension earlier this season. The Saints apparently felt one threat outweighed another.
Any team can put in a waiver claim for Morgan, who had a 67-yard run and a 62-yard reception in Week 12 and has shown flashes of ability in his three-year span with the team. Perhaps a receiver-needy contender (New England?) might put up with Morgan's distractions for the home stretch in exchange for a few explosive plays.
2014 NFL Draft: DT Michael Bennett plays key role in Buckeyes' big win
It also featured some punches, as an ugly brawl interrupted the action in the second quarter and resulted in three players (Ohio State's Marcus Hall and Dontre Wilson and Michigan's Royce Jenkins-Stone) being thrown out. Despite the loss of personnel, the undefeated Buckeyes proved they had the chin of a title contender, withstanding a gritty effort from the Wolverines to win 42-41.
The top defensive tackles
As they have all year long, the Buckeyes were led by Heisman contending quarterback Braxton Miller and senior runner Carlos Hyde, who each showed off the traits to earn positive marks from NFL scouts.
A higher grade could be reserved, however, for Ohio State's junior Michael Bennett, a 6-foot-3, 285-pound penetrator who has steadily developed into one of college football's best young defensive linemen.
Alternately lining up as a 4-3 defensive tackle or on the nose when the Buckeyes switched to a three man front, Bennett frequently crashed through the line of scrimmage to harass Wolverines' quarterback Devin Gardner, sacking him twice and tackling running back Fitzgerald Toussaint for a loss, as well.
Bennett's performance was all the more impressive considering the Wolverines devoted multiple blockers to him on most snaps, including on his 13-yard sack which ended Michigan's first drive of the second half.
A highly aggressive defender, Bennett attacked the double-team of center Graham Glasgow and left guard Erik Magnuson, showing burst off the snap as well as a strong punch to create space for himself. It was the lateral agility, speed and vision Bennett showed while circling to the outside that could have NFL scouts taking notes, as he looped around to track down Gardner for the big loss.
Scouts love defensive tackles quick enough to create havoc in the middle. But for a defender who only emerged as a full-time starter this season, Bennett also showed impressive awareness in sniffing out a double pass that could have resulted in a monster play for the Wolverines.
Gardner took the snap and immediately fired the pass out wide. Michigan had a receiver deep but alert coverage from Buckeyes' star corner Bradley Roby, who has already announced his intentions of leaving early for the NFL, forced the ball back towards Michigan's quarterback, who had three blockers and plenty of open field in front of him.
Bennett, however, recognized that Michigan's offense line had shifted towards their quarterback and he followed the action. His presence forced an inaccurate second pass which Gardner wasn't able to corral, turning a potentially huge gain into just an incomplete pass.
NFL limits Bills request for S Byrd roster exemption to 2 preseason games
In granting the Buffalo Bills request to have the newly re-signed player not count on their roster, the league limited the exemption only through the teams final two preseason games.
The ruling, announced Wednesday, becomes the next step in clearing the way for the two-time Pro Bowl safety to open the season on the active roster.
Jarvis Jones: I will be taken by No. 17 pick in NFL draft
"If I even get to 17, I don't think I get past the (Pittsburgh) Steelers," Jones told NFL.com's Ian Rapoport. "I mean, from what I've been told, I don't think I get past the Steelers."
Jones' thinking is consistent with draft buzz we've heard. NFL.com's Daniel Jeremiah has been projecting Jones to the Steelers for weeks. The New Orleans Saints at No. 15 are another strong candidate. Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News believes Jones is a player who New York Jets fans should get to know better. The Jets hold the No. 9 and No. 13 overall pick.
"Then you got the people that do the mock drafts, they say I'm way down here, I talk to the coaches, all the coaches don't think I'm gonna get past a certain point, so, coaches - for me personally - the coaches are on something different than all the analysts on TV at home. So, for me, I'm listening to the coaches because they're the ones that have the draft picks."
The medical questions surrounding Jones have quieted over time. He was cleared at the NFL Scouting Combine and didn't need to go back for the re-check. In a draft full of questions, it would be a big surprise if Jones fell too far in the first round.
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