Where will Chase Young land in the 2020 @NFLDraft?

Two viable options as of now. (via @RapSheet)

From @NFLTotalAccess: After Tom Brady disclosed today that he knew before the season that he'd likely be playing elsewhere, let's look at when the #Patriots knew.

The 2020 NFL Draft will serve as a three-day virtual fundraiser benefitting six charities – selected by the NFL Foundation – that are battling the spread of COVID-19 and delivering relief to millions in need. Here are the six charities that the "Draft-A-Thon" will benefit:

The 2020 NFL Draft will serve as a virtual three-day fundraiser benefitting six charities in COVID-19 relief efforts: American Red Cross, All Of Us, Feeding America, Meals On Wheels, Salvation Army and United Way. Supporters can donate throughout the draft from 4/23-4/25.

The Saints have re-signed OL Cameron Tom, who was previously not tendered as a restricted free agent.

He spent 2019 on injured reserve after a preseason injury. Developmental OL depth.

Giants K Aldrick Rosas has signed his second-round restricted free agent tender. He'll make close to $3.3M this season accordingly.

After adding DE Derek Wolfe in free agency, the #Ravens cut DE Ufomba Kamalu, per the transaction wire.

Bengals head coach Zac Taylor of A.J. Green's health after missing 2019 due to an ankle injury: "Everything's been positive with A.J. He's fully healthy and he's working hard. He's been in Atlanta. It's all been positive in that regard."

Seahawks’ WR DK Metcalf is donating $50,000 for COVID‑19 relief efforts - $25K to Swedish Hospital in Seattle and $25K to purchase meals to feed those in need in Oxford, MS.

Some recent one-year deals:
Texans CB Vernon Hargreaves III: $250K SB, $825K base, $250K in roster bonuses
Jets LB Patrick Onwuasor: $1M SB, $1M base, $500K in incentives
Lions LB Reggie Ragland: $137,500 to sign (veteran signing benefit player)

A concern has emerged in recent days: There are certain coaches and front-office staffers reluctant to have their IT employees in their homes for fear of the virus spreading, and vice versa; some IT employees are concerned about going into other homes to equip them for the draft.

Already making a mark in Tampa: @giseleofficial and @TomBrady have donated 750,000 meals to @FeedingTampaBay to support children, families and seniors.

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