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Not playing in Pro Bowl
Shoulder surgery may be considered
Owner David Tepper admitted Tuesday that a decision hasn't been made regarding surgery on Newton's right throwing shoulder, David Newton of ESPN.com reports. "We have to recognize we may have to do things through the year if it doesn't [get better]," Tepper said. "We have to make sure we have our options in all ways possible."
Waived by Chargers
Signs futures deal with Eagles
Limited production in 2018
Pascal totaled 268 yards and two touchdowns on 27 catches in 16 games in 2018.
Finishes season strong
Inman recorded 304 yards and three touchdowns on 28 receptions in nine games in 2018.
Tallies 485 yards in 2018
Rogers recorded 485 receiving yards and two touchdowns on 53 catches while playing in all 16 regular season games in 2018.
Rushes for 336 yards in 2018
Wilkins recorded 336 yards and a touchdown on 60 rushing attempts and added 85 receiving yards on 16 catches while playing in 16 games in 2018.
Trade candidate this offseason
Earns All-Pro nod
King finished the 2018 campaign with 62 tackles (47 solo), 10 passes defended, three interceptions -- one of which was returned for a touchdown -- and one punt return touchdown.
Unable to replicate 2017 season
Hayward finished the 2018 campaign with 46 tackles (41 solo) and eight pass deflections across 16 games.
Secures 13 tackles despite loss
Addae compiled 13 tackles (seven solo) in the divisional-round loss to the Patriots on Saturday.
Paces NFL in tackles
Leonard recorded a league-high 163 tackles, including seven sacks, with eight passes defensed (two interceptions) and four forced fumbles in 15 games this season.
Caps off exhilarating rookie season
James finished his rookie season with 105 tackles (75 solo), three sacks and three interceptions, plus 14 tackles (10 solo) during the playoffs.
Disappointing end to solid season
Ingram secured two tackles and a pass deflection Sunday in the Chargers' divisional-round playoff loss to the Patriots.
Held in check during playoff loss
Bosa did not record a sack in Sunday's divisional-round loss to the Patriots.
Missing Pro Bowl with injury
Likely headed elsewhere in 2019
Coach John Harbaugh intimated last week that the Ravens likely won't retain Flacco for 2019, instead expecting to proceed with Lamar Jackson as their starting quarterback Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports. "Joe Flacco is going to play really well in this league. Joe can still play," Harbaugh said. "I think we saw that in the first half of the this season. Joe's going to have a market. A lot of teams are going to want Joe, because they understand that. I'll be in Joe's corner, wherever he's at, unless we play him."
Mutual interest for return to Indy
Signs with Saints
Gets endorsement from Harbaugh
Coach John Harbaugh said last week that Jackson will remain the Ravens' top signal-caller heading into the 2019 season, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports. "I know Joe [Flacco] is going to do really well. I mean, Lamar is our quarterback going forward -- no question about that," Harbaugh said.
Signs futures contract
Activated off IR
Released by Kansas City
Settles legal situation