Orlando Scandrick gets his wish, will be released by Cowboys

Cowboys cornerback Orlando Scandrick has been asking for his release, and now he’ll get it.

New England Patriots:  They already find themselves in an offseason of change with former defensive coordinator Matt Patricia now the head coach of the Lions.

But they’ve got more work ahead of them as they try to rebound from the Super Bowl loss to the Eagles.

Butler, Lewis, wide receiver Danny Amendola and left tackle Nate Solder all signed elsewhere.

Solder’s departure to the Giants could be the biggest loss of all, as Tom Brady now needs a new blindside protector.

Miami Dolphins:  The cap-strapped team still managed to sign Amendola away from the Patriots and acquired pass rusher Robert Quinn from the Rams.

But Miami traded Landry and released star defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh and three-time Pro Bowl center Mike Pouncey.

Despite that, Henne’s market appears more robust than that of AJ McCarron.

Pryor will visit the Seahawks on Sunday, Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. Pryor is in Cleveland today but to support Ohio State in the NCAA wrestling championships and not to visit with the Browns.

The Browns, though, still want Pryor, and Pryor has expressed Jerseys For Cheap interest on social media in returning to Cleveland. The Browns and Pryor have talked but Wholesale Jerseys China remain apart on money, via Cabot.

Cleveland already has Josh Gordon, Jarvis Landry and Corey Coleman at the position, with Coleman possibly the odd man out if Pryor returns to town. Pryor had a 1,000-yard season in Cleveland in 2016 before leaving for Washington, where he caught only 20 passes for 240 yards and a touchdown.

Browns coach Hue Jackson drafted Pryor as a quarterback in Oakland and then gave him a chance as a receiver in Cleveland.

The Rams also have interest in Pryor.

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