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"Whatever happens, happens," Rolle told Pro Football Talk Live via telephone on Friday. "If I happen to catch it then that's great, but I don't tune in too much to what's going on. My mom, she tunes in more. I'll get a text message here and there saying who did what and so forth and so on but I use my offseason wisely and try to get away from the game as much as I can."
"My mama, she's the niche when you're talking about NFL football," Rolle said. "I mean this lady can tell you what kind of coverage I'm supposed to be in, where I'm supposed to be, they used to call her the Mel Kiper of Homestead so she's definitely on her game."
Justin Tuck left for the Oakland Raiders in mid-March. But just last week, he was still helping the Giants. On Wednesday, defensive end Robert Ayers signed with the Giants, bringing valuable depth to a thin defensive line. And in an interview on SiriusXM Radio on Saturday, Ayers said that he joined Big Blue in part because he believes he can replace Tuck, a versatile defender who he has long considered one of his heroes.
"Justin Tuck was kind of a guy that I idolized for a lot of my career throughout college and even in the NFL," Ayers said. "I felt like I could play the same way and be that type of guy."
Giants work out QB Rusty Smith - NY Daily News
Just when you think the Giants are done in free agency, they keep on going. On Friday, the team worked out former Titans quarterback Rusty Smith, according to a report.
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Jaguars meet with Alex Mack | members.jacksonville.com
Thought to be shying away from interest in Cleveland free agent center Alex Mack after he was placed under the transition tag last month, the Jaguars met with Mack on Friday according to a sourceA source said Mack flew into Jacksonville Friday and left this morning and said he had dinner with general manager Dave Caldwell and coach Gus Bradley.The Jaguars have a hole at center following the retirement of Brad Meester.
Former Buffalo Bills quarterback Jim Kelly to be out of hospital prior to chemotherapy treatments for oral cancer - ESPN
Former Buffalo Bills quarterback Jim Kelly will be out of the hospital this weekend as he prepares to undergo chemotherapy and radiation treatments for oral cancer, Kelly's assistant confirmed Friday evening.
Look for Chris Johnson to have new team by middle of next week | ProFootballTalk
On Friday, the Titans cut running back Chris Johnson. Per a source with knowledge of the situation, Johnson currently is expected to pick his next team by the middle of next week. It's still unclear where he will land, although the strongest link appears to be to the Jets.