Cole’s Latest: Lynch, Jets, Bills, Manziel, Brady

Here’s the latest from Jason Cole of Bleacher Report (via video links):

  • The Bills and Jets are “extremely” interested in quarterback Paxton Lynch, according to multiple NFL executives who spoke with Cole. Both teams see Lynch as a future star in the NFL and know that they will have to move up into the high teens to possibly land him. The Browns pick at No. 8 and are said to be fond of the Memphis product, though that’s probably a little too high to pull the trigger on him. By the same token, the belief is that Lynch will move up the board with Jared Goff and Carson Wentz going in the top two.
  • The NFL will speed up its ongoing investigation into Johnny Manziel‘s domestic violence incident this week, an NFL source tells Cole. The expectation that Manziel will get a suspension of some length of time since he narrowly escaped a suspension for a previous incident. Meanwhile, the attorney for Manziel’s ex-girlfriend tells Cole that she is unaware of any NFL investigation at this time.
  • Two NFL owners tell Cole that they would like to see Brady and the NFL reach a settlement rather than drag things out in court and in the public. A growing number of owners apparently share this sentiment, he adds. Owners generally feel that some suspension is appropriate for Brady, though a four-game ban is too much.
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2 comments on “Cole’s Latest: Lynch, Jets, Bills, Manziel, Brady

  1. Mike

    Rex Ryan is still mad at the Jets for firing him so he will always be trying to screw them like the a hole he is!!!

  2. JD396

    A suspension is warranted but a suspension that has any meaningful impact on him is too much?


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