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  • 6/29, 12:38 pm
    • Luck has signed a deal...

      Luck has signed a deal with the Colts to remain with the team through the 2021 season. Per ESPN's Adam Schefter, the pact is worth $140 million, with $87 million guaranteed.

      Analysis: Luck's new deal thus solidifies the Colts' QB situation for the foreseeable future. After throwing an NFL-leading 40 TD passes in 2014, Luck missed nine games last season with various injuries, but now that he's healthy again, he's a prime bounce-back candidate this year. With the team's nucleus of pass-catchers (WRs T.Y. Hilton, Donte Moncrief and Phillip Dorsett, along with TE Dwayne Allen) all 26 years old or younger, Luck and the Indy offense as a whole should benefit from the upside and continuity the aforementioned quartet brings to the table.

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  • 6/29, 9:04 am
    • Redding announced his retirement Wednesday, Adam...

      Redding announced his retirement Wednesday, Adam Caplan of ESPN reports.

      Analysis: The 13-year veteran took to Twitter to officially announce his retirement from the NFL at age 35. Redding spent last season with the Cardinals, appearing in 12 games and recording four tackles, one interception and two passes defended. For his career, Redding recorded 35.5 sacks, 313 tackles, two safeties and two picks across 188 games for the Lions, Seahawks, Ravens, Colts and Cardinals.

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  • 6/28, 10:28 pm
    • Hunter comes into camp motivated in...

      Hunter comes into camp motivated in his contract year, Jim Wyatt of the team's official site reports.

      Analysis: Hunter's lack of focus has often been blamed for the physically gifted receiver's inability to make a major impact since being drafted 34th overall in 2013, but he'll have to put up or shut up with his deal set to expire after this coming season. He'll need to beat out experienced vets like Kendall Wright and Harry Douglas, as well as young up-and-comers like Dorial Green-Beckham and Tajae Sharpe to make an impact for the Titans, but it seems like coach Mike Mularkey is willing to at least give the talented wideout the opportunity to do so. The rest is up to Hunter.

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  • 6/28, 5:29 pm
    • The Seahawks and Baldwin agreed to...

      The Seahawks and Baldwin agreed to a four-year contract extension Tuesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

      Analysis: Baldwin's calm demeanor throughout the process was noteworthy, and he'll now be paid handsomely to the tune of at least $11 million per season. The extension comes on the heels of a breakout in which he churned out 78 catches (on 103 targets) for 1,069 yards and 14 touchdowns. However, the majority of that production (47-724-12) was accumulated in the final eight games, as coordinator Darrell Bevell opened up the offense in the wake of a sieve-like O-line and injuries to Marshawn Lynch and Jimmy Graham (knee). Baldwin will be hard-pressed to replicate those numbers moving forward due to a lack of big plays (just three receptions of 40-plus yards) and 17 red-zone targets to his name in 2015. The rapport between Baldwin and Russell Wilson can't be denied, though, so another fruitful campaign isn't out of the question.

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  • 6/28, 1:28 pm
    • Amendola, who underwent an offseason procedure...

      Amendola, who underwent an offseason procedure on his left knee, as well as a procedure to remove bone spurs from his ankle, relayed Tuesday that he feels "really good" at this stage, ESPN.com reports.

      Analysis: The wideout noted that he "had a couple minor procedures done after the season," with an eye toward heading into the upcoming season "feeling as fresh and ready as (he) can." Amendola's latest comments seem to reinforce the notion previously put forth that his injuries were "minor" and "not a long-term" concern. Though he didn't participate in the Patriots' spring practices and his status for the start of training camp is unclear, Amendola's Week 1 availability does not seem to be in danger at this time.

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