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Around the League: NFL News and Notes 4.1.19

Around the League: NFL News and Notes 4.1.19

The NFL offseason is in full swing and there's no shortage of NFL news to follow. Stay up to date with the latest happenings across the NFL with Ultimate Autographs.

Cleveland Browns Trade Emmanuel Ogbah

The Cleveland Browns have traded former second-round pick Emmanuel Ogbah to the Kansas City Chiefs. The Chiefs are sending Eric Murray in return. Ogbah was absent from the first day of voluntary OTAs as he believed he would be traded soon. That proved to be the case as he'll get another chance to kickstart his career in KC. Also absent (believed due to trade rumors) was RB Duke Johnson Jr.



Washington Redskins LT Trent Williams Dealing with Health Scare's Ian Rapoport reported Trent Williams had been dealing with a medical scare but should be ready for training camp. Rapoport reported Williams had a growth or tumor on his head that doctors were worried was malignant. The LT had the growth removed and should be good to go heading into next season. Teammates were concerned Williams could possibly miss the entire 2019 NFL season.



Julio Jones Not Concerned with Being Top Paid WR

Atlanta Falcons wideout Julio Jones said he is "comfortable" with how contract extension talks are going between his team and the Falcons per ESPN. Jones added there's "no pressure" to get a deal done at the moment and said he "doesn't really care" about being the NFL's top-paid wideout.  It's positive news for the Falcons as Jones and his agent aren't making the negotiations into a media circus along with the fact Jones isn't solely focused on being the highest paid WR in the league.

Drew Lock A Possibility for the New York Giants's Tom Pelissero reports Drew Lock is "certainly" an option for the New York Giants in the first round of the upcoming NFL Draft. He reports the Giants spent extra time with Lock at his Pro Day as well. The Giants' draft plans have been up for speculation with some saying they'll forego a QB in the first round while others saying they will choose one with one of their first round picks. 



Oakland Raiders Coach Jon Gruden Put Kyler Murray Through Private Workout

Gil Brandt reports Raiders head coach Jon Gruden and GM Mike Mayock had dinner with Kyler Murray along with putting him through a private workout session. Brandt reports Murray and Gruden were 90 minutes late to the throwing session as Gruden got carried away during a film breakdown. It's interesting that Gruden and Mayock are investing this amount of time into the former Heisman Trophy winner with Derek Carr still atop the Raiders depth chart at QB.

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