Giants expected to tender Brett Jones, move on from Weston Richburg

The Giants are expected to tender restricted free agent Brett Jones and will give him the first shot at retaining the starting center job, Paul Schwartz of the New York Post reports.

Jones likely receives a second-round tender, which would cost the Giants $2.91 million, per Schwartz. Teams have until March 14 to tender their restricted free agents.

The Steelers did not renew Haley’s contract after the season and promoted quarterbacks coach Randy Fichtner to offensive coordinator, even though Tomlin acknowledged the offense had success under Haley.

Haley was subsequently hired as offensive coordinator with the division rival Cleveland Browns.

The Cowboys also released defensive tackle Joe Vellano and designated defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence as their franchise er this week.

Though she denied being at the party and had locked her Instagram account as the team required, Davis was fired after three seasons on the Saints cheerleading squad, the Saintsations.

Davis has filed a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, claiming the Saints violated the NFL’s personal conduct policy prohibiting discrimination.

“NFL players have zero rules over contact with cheerleaders,” Davis’ attorney, Sara Blackwell, tells USA TODAY Sports. “But the cheerleaders have written rules that they can only say ‘hello,’ (or) ‘good game.’ They cannot speak to (players), they cannot be in (the) same room.”

The Saints worked to control as much of their private employees’ public lives as they could while they were under contract — but those rules were unreasonably strict for the Saintsations while holding much looser definitions for the team’s players.