Bills coach Doug Marrone had a cancerous mole removed.
Jeff Russo on Twitter
An odd story was posted on the Bills' official website stating Marrone had been diagnosed with "BLANK cancer" which was "very treatable." The story spread through social media, prompting its removal from the website and an official statement from the Bills. In the statement, Marrone revealed the procedure, assured fans it went well, and stated it "will have no effect on [his] ability to coach the team moving forward."
NFL.com's Gil Brandt believes there is a "good chance" the Texans trade down from the No. 1 overall pick.
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Brandt belives it could be a similar situation to the 2004 Eli Manning-Philip Rivers trade in which the Texans would select Jadeveon Clowney in a predetermined deal with another team. Brandt is not the only one suggesting the Texans could trade down. Both the Bills and the Falcons have been linked as possible trading partners for Houston.
Doug Baldwin has yet to sign the second-round tender the Seahawks offered him in March.
Because he is only a restricted free agent, Baldwin does have the opportunity to negotiate and sign a deal with another team, but that does not appear to be his intention. Baldwin worked out with a group of Seahawk players last week and signed a waiver to participate in voluntary workouts this week. He also said he is interested in working out a long-term deal with Seattle. Baldwin will be a Seahawk in 2014 and has some upside as their No. 2 receiver.