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Cornerback Brandon Carr has agreed to a five-year deal with the Dallas Cowboys worth $50.1M, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.
Carr was the most sought after cornerback on the free agent market behind Cortland Finnegan, and Dallas should be thrilled they were able to reel him in after fielding a porous secondary in 2011. And releasing declining 33-year-old vet Terence Newman earlier in the week should prove to be the right call. The Cowboys also signed fullback Lawrence Vickers today, plus favorably addressed their need for a backup quarterback by adding Kyle Orton.
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Quarterback Matt Flynn is slated to visit the Seattle Seahawks on Thursday and Friday, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.
Chad Henne is also talking to the Seahawks, but Flynn should be viewed as the better target. Tarvaris Jackson led Seattle to wins in three of the last five games of 2011, but failed to impress with his 79.2 efficiency rating -- and the team is apparently...
The St. Louis Rams and cornerback Cortland Finnegan reached agreement on a five-year deal on Tuesday.
The deal is worth approximately $50 million and will reunite Finnegan with current Rams coach Jeff Fisher.
Finnegan recorded 75 tackles, one sack and one interception in 16 games with the Tennessee Titans last season.
The 28-year-old Finnegan had spent his entire career with the...
Star defensive end Mario Williams will be taking his services to Buffalo next year to play for the Bills. According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, Williams has signed a 6-year deal with the Bills worth up to 100 Million, with 50 Million guaranteed. Before being hampered by injuries last year, Williams was one of the best DE’s in the league. The former first pick in the 2006 draft has...
The Houston Texans have reportedly cut backup quarterback Matt Leinart. The former Heisman trophy winner and 10th pick in the 2006 draft will now try to kick-start his career somewhere else.
Many in the media, along with the entire fan base has come down like a ton of bricks it seems over the years on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for not taking advantage of immense available cap space on the open market.
Since 2003, the Buccaneers have either finished 3rd or been the bottom-dwellers of the NFC South seven times combined.
The team has approximately a whopping $42.7 million...
Brandon Meriweather is a player who goes through plenty of ups and downs, which is one of the reasons the Patriots cut ties with him last September. The Denver Broncos apparently like his upside, though, as they'll be hosting the free-agent safety on Tuesday, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Meriweather, the 75th-rated free agent on Pro Football Talk's Hot 100 list...
On NFL Live today ESPN analyst Adam Schefter made it seem like the Steelers were going to keep Mike Wallace for 2012. He said no teams are going to make a move on Wallace “unless circumstances change.” This is due to the free agent market for Wide Receivers. The price for these guys has been ridiculous this offseason.
The price for Wallace plus a first round pick may turn...
Alex Smith will have more than just Vernon Davis to throw the ball to next season if the San Fracisco 49ers can reach the NFC Title game, again. ESPN’s Adam Schefter is reporting that Randy Moss will sign a one-year deal with the 9ers after working out for them today.
Filed to ESPN: 49ers reached agreement on a one-year deal with wide receiver Randy Moss.
— Adam Schefter ...
The San Francisco 49ers surprised everyone earlier in the week when they signed Randy Moss to a contract to play wide receiver. They now seem to have an even bigger surprise for the league.
Reports from Adam Schefter have the 9ers as the third team, along with the Titans and Broncos, fighting for the services of Peyton Manning. The Dolphins were told no, and it seems that the Cardinals...
Well, the first free agent acquisition of the 2012 league year has arrived, and it's a familiar, yet unexpected face:
Reggie Wayne re-signing a three-year deal with Colts. Agreement reached.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 14, 2012
Most people thought Wayne would be gone once free agency hit, perhaps to follow Peyton Manning to his eventual destination. But,...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, just two days after the Arizona Cardinals released tackle Levi Brown, he’s now signed a new five-year contract.
The 38 year-old Brown has proven to be very durable, since he hasn’t missed a start in four years.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Minnesota Vikings have signed tight end John Carlson to a five-year $25 million contract.
Carlson played his previous three seasons with the Seattle Seahawks.
Carlson has a total of 137 receptions, 1,519 yards and 13 touchdowns during his three-year career.