Cowboys release Benson Mayowa

The Cowboys have made a change to their roster that opens some cap space for them to use when free agency gets underway next week.

According to multiple reports, the team has released defensive end Benson Mayowa. The move clears $2.75 million in cap space.

Mayowa joined the Cowboys in 2016 when they signed him as a restricted free agent and the Raiders opted not to match the contract offer. He had six sacks and a forced fumble in his first year with the team, but made less of an impact in about the same amount of ing time during the 2017 season.

On social media, cheerleaders also are required to block players from following them. And if a cheerleader is in a restaurant when a player arrives, the cheerleader must leave immediately.

However, no such prohibitions exist for players.

The implication is, Blackwell says, “players are going to come after you and your character depends on how you react. You need to stay away from them.

The Giants are ready to move on from center Weston Richburg, according to Schwartz. Richburg, a second-round pick in 2014, is set to become a free agent.

Jones started one game at left guard but ed the final 12 games at center after doctors diagnosed Richburg with a concussion. The Giants eventually placed Richburg on injured reserve.

The Giants could return only Jones and tackle Ereck Flowers to their starting offensive line. They are expected to pursue Panthers guard Andrew Norwell, one of the top free agents.

Steelers coach Mike Tomlin, making his first public comments since the end of the 2017 season, said part of the reason he did not rehire offensive coordinator Todd Haley is because the offense needs to “keep moving” and he had a capable replacement in mind.nike_jets_1512

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