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2015 Jacksonville Jaguars vs. Buffalo Bills
Wembley Stadium
Wembley Stadium
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10/25/2015 3:30 AM
Oct 25, 2015
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    Jonathan Martin, Dolphins bullying scandal victim, cut by 49ers (Shutdown Corner)

    As it turns out, Richie Incognito has a job in the NFL, and Jonathan Martin now doesn't. The two will forever be linked, as the main characters in the Miami Dolphins locker room bullying scandal of 2013. According to the reports, Incognito was the main agitator to Martin, who left the team as a result. Martin never returned to the Dolphins but got a second chance when the San Francisco 49ers, coached by Martin's old college coach Jim Harbaugh, traded a seventh-round pick for him. After one year in San Francisco, Martin is looking for another team. Martin was cut by the 49ers, according to CSN Bay Area's Matt Maiocco . Martin started nine games last year as an injury replacement, struggled, and the 49ers save his $1.042 million salary by cutting him according to Maiocco.  Without Harbaugh, who left for the University of Michigan this offseason, there apparently wasn't a lot of support to keep Martin around. His release comes a couple of months after Incognito, who was out of football all last season, was given another chance by Rex Ryan and the Buffalo Bills. Martin, a second-round pick in 2012, will try to catch on elsewhere. He hasn't played that well in the NFL (although he did subdue a shoplifter in a mall early this year), but is just 25 years old and not that far removed from being a high draft pick. Martin will always be attached to the bullying scandal, which was a huge story in the NFL through the 2013 season. If he wants to make a different NFL legacy, he'll need to find a new team to do it with. - - - - - - - Frank Schwab is the editor of Shutdown Corner on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at shutdowncorner@yahoo.com or follow him on Twitter! Follow @YahooSchwab

     

    NFL Draft Needs: Schedule (Rotoworld)

    Josh Norris and Evan Silva break down every team�s needs and which players fit those needs. Check out the weekly schedule.

     

    NFL Transactions Tracker (Rotoworld)

    Nick Mensio keeps track of every offseason transaction for all 32 teams.

     

    Bills to honor late owner Wilson with life-sized statue (The Associated Press)

    ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) -- Late Buffalo Bills owner Ralph Wilson will be honored with a life-sized statue erected at the stadium that bears his name.

     
     

    Eagles owner Lurie discusses Kelly, McCoy (The Associated Press)

    Eagles owner Jeff Lurie stood in the hot sun before two dozen reporters and stood by his coach who is taking plenty of heat. Lurie, who gave Chip Kelly final say on all personnel decisions over general manager Howie Roseman this offseason, was quizzed on all things Eagles on Tuesday. It was the first time he discussed the front office maneuvers, as well as sending star running back LeSean McCoy to Buffalo and starting quarterback Nick Foles to St. Louis. Chip had a vision of how we could get from good to great.'' That vision is what Kelly brought to Philadelphia from Oregon in 2013.

     

    Belichick gives most Belichick response to losing Revis while Bills' Ryan touts regime change in AFC East (Yahoo Sports)

    While other divisional teams are respectful of the Patriots, none are deferential.

     

    Tight end Clay excited to be part of revamped Bills offense (The Associated Press)

    Charles Clay saw the Buffalo Bills as a team on the rise before he entered free agency. When the Bills made the tight end one of their top free agent priorities, Clay was eager to leave the Miami Dolphins to join a division rival. The Bills' courtship of Clay lasted more than a week, but now that it has been completed, Clay is excited to be part of Buffalo's revamped offense. ''When you look at the organization as a whole, new owners, new coaching staff, a lot of moves made this offseason, I was kind of intrigued by it before I even took my visit,'' Clay said Tuesday in a conference call with reporters in Buffalo.

     

    NFL mock draft: Resetting Rounds 1 and 2 after free agency (Shutdown Corner)

    With free agency 2015 on life support and the majority of the top talents off the board, NFL teams’ needs have been reshuffled. Now the draft has come squarely into focus, with only a few major veteran options — hello, Adrian Peterson — likely to seismically alter the course from this point on. Here’s a look (without any projected trades, mind you) of how the first two rounds could go with about five weeks until the draft: 1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers  — Florida State QB Jameis Winston Lovie Smith is playing coy with his team’s draft board, and though a team source told Shutdown Corner no final decision has been made on the pick, it’s believed to be Winston. Maybe the Bucs get blown away with a trade offer, but that’s not likely to happen. Instead, they’ll roll the dice on greatness and find ways to protect Winston and shield him from the distractions of being in the NFL spotlight. 2. Tennessee Titans — USC DT-DE Leonard Williams Our gut feeling right now is that the Titans are not enamored with Marcus Mariota. Short of finding a long-term solution at QB, they’ll instead continue to upgrade a front seven that should be markedly better with Williams, Jurrell Casey, Derrick Morgan and Brian Orakpo and Co. on the attack. The Titans don’t have the most daunting opposing quarterbacks on their schedule this season and should hope to win close games with defense.   3. Jacksonville Jaguars — Florida DE Dante Fowler Jr. Finding an edge rusher will be one of the primary goals for Gus Bradley, David Caldwell and crew after a fruitful free-agency period. They are seeking to add depth across the board, but they need someone to come rip off the front side and live in the backfield. Even if he plays only 40-50 snaps a game, Fowler and his hot motor will be a huge upgrade. 4. Oakland Raiders — West Virginia WR Kevin White The Raiders didn't land a front-line receiver in free agency and will need to find someone who can help Derek Carr grow. White has been the prospect who has ascended the most in the past calendar year and he fits the old-school Raiders mold of the height-weight-speed prospect who also plays angry. A perfect fit, just edging out the smoother, less explosive Amari Cooper. 5. Washington Redskins — Clemson OLB Vic Beasley New Redskins general manager Scot McCloughan surprised many when he took Aldon Smith with the seventh pick in the draft in 2011 and he could open eyes again by taking Beasley here over a few more hyped pass-rush prospects. Beasley might not have Smith’s length, but he has the rare burst to give the Redskins its first pair of 10-sack players (with Ryan Kerrigan coming off the other side) since 2009. 6. New York Jets — Georgia RB Todd Gurley Shocked? Don’t be. Oh, the Jets are not likely to take Gurley, coming off ACL surgery, this high in the draft. But the Jets brass — which are working out Mariota at week’s end up in Oregon — won’t take a quarterback high if they are not blown away. Instead, they’ll select the player who could be the quarterback’s best friend in time if Gurley's knee looks good at the Indianapolis medical re-test next month. Although I am not projecting trades, the Cleveland Browns could be a team interested in moving into this spot for Mariota, and Gurley still could be on the board when the Jets swing back around. There's also a rumble that the Miami Dolphins are high on Gurley.

     

    Agent: Peterson return to Vikings not in 'best interest' (The Associated Press)

    Adrian Peterson and the Minnesota Vikings have reached a standstill in their professional relationship. Peterson previously expressed uneasiness about continuing to play for the Vikings, coming off a season lost because of the child abuse case the standout running back was involved in. Peterson's agent, Ben Dogra, said as much on Monday to reporters at NFL meetings in Arizona and reiterated his comments in a phone interview with The Associated Press on Tuesday. We clearly understand he's under contact with the Vikings.