NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports the Bengals are working on a deal with free agent LT Anthony Collins.
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Collins remains likely to test the market, but the Bengals are "hoping" to re-sign him before the start of free agency next week. He graded out as a top-25 left tackle in pass protection last season and is drawing interest from multiple teams. Re-signing Collins would allow Cincinnati to keep Andrew Whitworth at left guard moving forward.
The Titans have yet to approach DE Kamerion Wimbley about a pay cut.
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Wimbley is in the third season of a five-year, $35 million contract and owed $6 million in 2014. The Titans view him as a fit for Ray Horton's hybrid 3-4, but Wimbley could be a candidate for a post June 1 cut if he's unwilling to restructure. Releasing Wimbley would free up $2.4 million in cap space, but leave $5.4 million in dead money.
Coach Gus Bradley told reporters Friday that he's planning on Chad Henne starting the Jaguars' 2014 opener.
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Bradley said this would "probably" be the case even if Jacksonville selected a quarterback at No. 3 overall. We tend to agree, although recent signs point to the Jaguars passing on quarterbacks and targeting a pass rusher like Jadeveon Clowney or Khalil Mack after the Texans and Rams draft. It's looking more and more as if the Jaguars will take an early- to mid-round QB stab rather than gamble on Blake Bortles, Teddy Bridgewater, or Johnny Manziel.