New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft is seeking to suppress video evidence that authorities assert support the solicitation of prostitution charges filed against him, ESPN reported Wednesday. FILE PHOTO: New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft in attendance at a press conference in advance of Super Bowl LIII at Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, Georgia, U.S., January 30, 2019. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports\/File Photo Per the report, a motion was filed Wednesday by Kraft\u2019s attorneys with intentions to make sure the video, which he said has been described as \u201cgraphic and damning,\u201d never is released. The report calls the motion a \u201cwarning shot\u201d to prosecutors that Kraft\u2019s team will challenge that police had probable cause even to collect the video as evidence. The Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday that prosecutors offered to defer prosecution for Kraft and the two dozen other men arrested in the case, but any defendant who accepts the offer must admit that there is enough evidence to lead to a conviction at trial, along with other stipulations. CNN reported Wednesday Kraft will reject the offer. Kraft entered a not guilty plea after being charged with two misdemeanor counts of soliciting prostitution at a day spa in Jupiter, Fla. The 77-year-old billionaire is alleged to have twice visited the Orchids of Asia Day Spa in January and received sex acts in exchange for money. \u2014Much of the New York Giants\u2019 top brass \u2014 including head coach Pat Shurmur, offensive coordinator Mike Shula and senior vice president of player personnel Chris Mara \u2014 took Ohio State quarterback Dwayne Haskins to dinner Tuesday night, then studied his on-field drills at the Buckeyes\u2019 Pro Day the following day. Draft analyst Daniel Jeremiah of the NFL Network summed up the action: \u201cStrong workout for Haskins. Improved foot quickness, excellent anticipation and pace on the ball.\u201d Haskins could be the choice if New York is ready to try to draft the replacement for Eli Manning with the No. 6 overall pick, but there could be competition as other quarterback-needy teams assess their draft positions. Haskins said he would soon meet with the Oakland Raiders (who hold the No. 4 pick), the Denver Broncos (No. 10), the Miami Dolphins (No. 13) and the Washington Redskins (No. 15). \u2014Also in Columbus, potential No. 1 overall pick Nick Bosa did not participate in on-field drills after performing well in drill work at the 2019 NFL Scouting Combine. He said he had meetings scheduled with the San Francisco 49ers, who hold the No. 2 pick, and the Giants. He also interviewed with all the top teams at the combine, including Arizona, which picks first. Bosa had 29 tackles for loss, including 17.5 sacks, in 29 career games for the Buckeyes. \u2014Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin told Sports Radio 950 KJR in Seattle that \u201cmore surgeries (are) on the way, most likely,\u201d while the NFL Network\u2019s Mike Garafolo cited a source in saying that Baldwin will meet with Dr. William Meyers in Philadelphia in early April about a potential sports hernia. Baldwin, 30, missed two games in September with a knee injury and a shoulder problem arose later in the campaign. He had surgeries to address both issues this offseason. \u2014The Tampa Bay Buccaneers added two women as assistant coaches, making them the first full-time female coaches in team history and making the Bucs the first NFL team with two female coaches on staff. Maral Javadifar will take on the role as assistant strength and conditioning coach as Lori Locust will be an assistant defensive line coach. \u2014Quarterback Trevor Siemian has agreed to a reported one-year deal worth $2 million with the New York Jets. Siemian spent all of last season on Minnesota\u2019s active roster, although he did not play as Kirk Cousins\u2019 backup after the Vikings acquired him in a trade with Denver last March. Siemian, 27, started 24 games for the Broncos over the 2016 and \u201817 seasons, passing for 5,686 yards and 30 touchdowns against 24 interceptions. \u2014The Minnesota Vikings, in search of help at offensive guard, announced the signing of Josh Kline, who was released last week by the Tennessee Titans. The deal is for three years and $15.75 million, according to the NFL Network\u2019s Ian Rapoport. ... The Chicago Bears re-signed punter Patrick O\u2019Donnell and backup quarterback Tyler Bray. \u2014Field Level MediaOur Standards:The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.