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With NFL free agency only right around the corner, rumors about possible Eagles free agent targets are starting to become more and more frequent.
The latest rumor is about Arizona Cardinals impending UFA Safety Rashad Johnson.
Geoff Mosher of Comcast Sports reported on Twitter: "Ariz S Rashad Johnson will get some attention on FA market. Great ST player, potential starter. Good for depth. Heard Birds have interest."
In the 57 games (14 started) he's played over 4 seasons he has 133 tackles (104 solo), 10 PD, 1 FF and 2 FR.
The former third round pick (95th overall) was drafted by the Cardinals in 2009. According to reports in Arizona, however, it's possible Johnson might sign with the Cards before FA even begins.
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Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic reports that there’s been “no indication” that the Cardinals have met with Kevin Kolb‘s representatives about restructuring his current contract.
Somers adds that the two sides could meet in the near future, considering that Kolb is due a $2 million roster bonus on March 17. Somers believes Kolb will have to a pay cut from his ...
Pittsburgh Steelers fans that missed the sight of cornerback William Gay in 2012, won’t have that problem during the 2013-14 season.
Gay spent one year with the Arizona Cardinals opposite Pro Bowl corner Patrick Peterson and made solid contributions to their defense.
He was released last week in a salary cap move which cleared the way for his Steel City return.
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Has free agent cornerback William Gay re-signed back with the Pittsburgh Steelers?
Gay, who was released by the Arizona Cardinals on Friday, posted on his Twitter account Sunday that he is glad he didn't sell his condo in Pittsburgh. In addition to that, Gay has also changed his Twitter profile to reflect that he now plays for the Steelers.
Four games into the 2012 season, Arizona was undefeated and Kevin Kolb looked like he might be turning into the quarterback the Cardinals hoped he would be when acquiring him from Philadelphia.
But a loss to St. Louis in week five and an injury to Kolb during a defeat against Buffalo turned the tide on the season and the Cardinals never recovered, losing 11 of 12 and finishing in...
Although the transaction might not be made official until the start of the new league year, free agent cornerback William Gay has indicated on Twitter Sunday afternoon that he is returning to Pittsburgh after one season with the Arizona Cardinals. Gay left last offseason via free agency as an unrestricted free agent, but was released on Friday by the Cardinals, who needed to slash...
William Gay is heading back to the Pittsburgh Steelers.
The veteran cornerback has agreed to a three-year deal with Pittsburgh, a move that should give the Steelers some insurance if unrestricted free agent Keenan Lewis decides to play elsewhere. Financial terms were not disclosed.
The 28-year-old Gay spent the first five seasons of his career in Pittsburgh before signing with...
Former Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback William Gay is set for a return to the Steel City. Gay, who was released by the Arizona Cardinals on Friday in a salary-cap move, signed with the Steelers on Monday, according to his agent, Jerrold Colton.
Colton tweeted that Gay "had other options," but that his "heart is with Steeler Nation."
The Steelers selected...
It appears that cornerback William Gay will be rejoining the Steelers after spending one season with the Arizona Cardinals.
Gay has changed his Twitter account information to label himself a "cornerback of the Pittsburgh Steelers." Asked on Twitter by former teammate Ryan Mundy if he is coming back, Gay answered "Yea." He also wrote on Twitter that "I...