NFC Notes: Lions, Bucs, Falcons, Eagles

With Super Bowl XLVIII now comfortably in our rear-view mirrors, let’s round up a few Monday updates from around the NFC….

  • The Lions will have to clear significant money from their books over the next few weeks in order to get under the cap for 2014 and make room for draft picks, says Justin Rogers of In examining the team’s possible options, Rogers notes that Detroit could save about $5.5MM by releasing receiver Nate Burleson and another $5.5MM or so by cutting safety Louis Delmas.
  • A weekend report suggested that the Buccaneers are among the teams that will have interest in Michael Vick in free agency this offseason, but Pat Yasinskas of isn’t convinced that signing Vick would be the right move for Tampa Bay.
  • In a pair of pieces for, Vaughn McClure examines the role that new assistant GM Scott Pioli will have in Atlanta this offseason, and looks into how the Falcons may try to replace Tony Gonzalez at tight end.
  • Tim McManus and Sheil Kapadia of discuss the Eagles‘ defensive line situation, disagreeing slightly on how strong a priority it should be this offseason.
  • Wide receiver, cornerback, and center figure to be areas of focus in the draft for the 49ers, according to Bill Williamson of, who names a few potential targets at each of those positions.
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  1. 101andCounting

    I would love to see the Bears sign Delmas if the Lions cut him.

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