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To stay in Lone Star State?
The second 2023 NFL mock draft from Cynthia Frelund of NFL.com has Robinson going to the Cowboys 26th overall.
Still wanted in LA
Chargers GM Tom Telesco echoed the sentiment of coach Brandon Staley on Monday, stating that the team hopes to keep Ekeler moving forward, per Daniel Popper of The Athletic.
Meets with five teams
Miller has met with the Dolphins, Jaguars, Patriots, Cardinals and Texans, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Future in Cincy still unclear
Bengals executive vice president Katie Blackburn gave a non-committal answer Wednesday when asked about the future of Mixon, whose release would save the team $10 million, Eric Edholm of NFL.com reports.
Still connected to Chargers
Bucky Brooks of NFL.com projected the Chargers to select Robinson with the 21st overall pick in the 2023 NFL Draft in a mock draft published Tuesday.
Could have larger role in backfield
Head coach Nick Sirianni said Gainwell "makes plays" any time he is in the game when asked Tuesday whether the running back might have a bigger role in 2023, Josh Tolentino of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
No rush to trade him
Ekeler's trade request remains on the table, but Chargers coach Brandon Staley indicated Monday the team is in no hurry to move him, Lindsey Thiry of ESPN.com reports.
Return to Denver not off table
Murray could still re-sign with the Broncos to provide backfield depth, even after the team acquired Samaje Perine, Chris Tomasson of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.
Drawing interest from Bills
Spears met with Bills running back coach Kelly Skipper for lunch before going through a private workout with the team Thursday, Ryan Fowler of The Draft Network reports.
Goes top 10 in Reuter's mock
Robinson is listed as top-10 pick in Friday's 2023 NFL mock draft from Chad Reuter of NFL.com.
Returning to Jets in '23
Johnson, who logged the fewest carries of his three-year Jets career in 2022, re-signed with New York on a one-year deal Thursday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Signs franchise tag Thursday
Pollard signed his $10.091 million franchise tag Thursday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Wish list of teams identified
Elliott has narrowed the list of teams he'd like to play for in 2023 to the Eagles, Bengals and Jets and would like to sign with his next club by the end of next week, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Gets new backfield mate
Pollard will be joined by a younger backfield mate than former teammate Ezekiel Elliott in 2023 after Dallas signed Ronald Jones on Wednesday.
Should see workload tick up in '23
Jones, who signed a one-year deal with the Cowboys on Tuesday, should be in line to see more work in Dallas than he did with the Chiefs in 2022, Todd Archer of ESPN.com reports.
Checking in with Houston
Singletary will visit with the Texans on Monday, Aaron Wilson of KPRC 2 Houston reports.
Could be fit for Bills
Elliott might be a target for the Bills in free agency, Matt Lombardo of Heavy.com reports.
Dallas checking in
Jones will visit with the Cowboys on Monday, Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News reports.
Visits four prospective teams
Spears has visits scheduled with the Falcons, Jaguars, Saints and Texans, per Ross Jackson of Crescent City Sports.
Meeting with four teams
McBride has top 30 visits scheduled with the Saints, Ravens, Vikings and Jaguars, according to Matt Zenitz of On3 Sports.
Likely to leave New England?
Jordy McElroy of USA Today Patriots Wire believes New England's recent signing of running back James Robinson could pave the way for the team to move on from Harris.
Could be fit with Bills
Fournette could be a fit with the Bills, Matt Parrino of The Syracuse Post-Standard opines.
Interest from Bucs?
The Buccaneers will be interested in signing Elliott, Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Intriguing free-agent signing
Penny is identified by Bucky Brooks of NFL.com as a free-agent signee that could pay nice dividends in 2023.
Still stuck in complementary role?
Herbert may continue to primarily operate in a complementary/change-of-pace role in the Bears' running attack after D'Onta Foreman agreed to a one-year deal with Chicago on Thursday.