Perkins said he isn't worried about the possibility of the Giants adding more talent at running back via free agency and/or the draft, NJ.com's Dan Duggan reports. "If I was making those types of decisions I'd be getting paid a lot more money," Perkins said. "Whatever Coach (Ben) McAdoo and (general manager Jerry) Reese decide is perfect for us."
While the Browns and/or Texans might make a late push to trade for Garoppolo, it's still unlikely the Patriots will part ways with their backup quarterback this offseason, The Boston Herald's Karen Guregian reports.
The window for Crowell to sign an offer sheet with another team expired Friday, yet he still hasn't signed his restricted free agent tender or reported for the Browns' offseason program, Jeff Schudel of The Morning Journal reports.
Lions general manager Bob Quinn said the team hasn't decided whether it will exercise the fifth-year option in Ebron's contract, Dave Birkett of The Detroit Free Press reports. "It's a possibility," Quinn said. "We're still in the process of evaluating Eric's situation. We have until May 2, so we'll use our time."