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Dwight Freeney, the longtime defensive end/linebacker for
the Indianapolis Colts, had hoped to get the chance to play out his remaining
playing days right where he started in Indianapolis, but come March 12 he will
be looking for a new home.
He will not be looking for long.
Even though he is still a member of the Colts it appears
that there are two teams that are interested in attaining his services.
Falcons wide receiver Roddy White expressed an interest
in having him come to Atlanta in a recent tweet, but he’ll have some tough
competition for Freeney’s attention coming out of Denver...(for full post click on link)
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Saying "I grew up a Giants fan, all my life," free agent defensive lineman Dwight Freeney did not hide the fact that he would love to end up a member of the New York Giants.
Dwight Freeney was surprised to find out that the franchise he expected he would retire with no longer wants him to be a part of the team. It is not because Freeney is overpriced either, because he was not expecting a lot, according to USA Today Freeney was caught off guard by the news.
"I'll be honest with you, I was surprised the way it happened. I figured they would...
ESPN’s Paul Kuharsky writes that the Dallas Cowboys and Atlanta Falcons could be two options for impending free agent DE Dwight Freeney.
Kuharsky adds that Freeney will almost certainly have to take “far less money” in his next contract, but believes he could make some of that back with an incentive-laden deal.
The Seahawks have also been tossed out as a speculative landing...
Free agent defensive end Dwight Freeney is looking for a team right now, and judging from his list of suitors, teams are looking for him.
Freeney is not sure where he’ll end up, but if one NFL team called him, it would be a living out a dream. Freeney was on Sirius radio with Adam Schein and admitted playing for the New York Giants would be a dream come true.
Freeney grew up...
Dwight Freeney time in Indianapolis is over. Freeney, the Colts all-time sack leader, was informed last week that he would not be brought back.
The new caught the eleven-year veteran off-guard.
“I’ll be honest with you, I was surprised the way it happened,” Freeney said in a telephone interview today with the Indianapolis Star. “I figured they would offer me something low...
Former Indianapolis Colts defensive end Dwight Freeney is open to play anywhere in the league but he’s got one city he’d really like to play, New York. Freeney played college ball at Syracuse and grew up in nearby Connecticut, so for someone whose nearing the end of his career a trip home sounds like a good idea. Also helps that both the New York Giants and New York Jets could...
Impending free agent DE Dwight Freeney joined Pro Football Talk Live on Wednesday and mentioned that Peyton Manning has already been recruiting him to sign with the Broncos.
While this seems like an interesting idea given that Manning spent several years with Freeney in Indianapolis, it’s unlikely that they would pursue him as a 3-4 outside linebacker. The Colts asked Freeney...
Dwight Freeney will have his list of suitors, and Roddy White and the Atlanta Falcons seem to be one of them. White and his Falcons teammates seem to think they are a playmaker away from the Super Bowl on defense, and White took to twitter today to try to court Freeney.
I would love to see Dwight Freeney in a falcon uniform next year I hope that’s not tampering
— Roddy White...
With franchise-sack leader Dwight Freeney on his way out of Indianapolis, the Colts move a step closer to a complete rebuild from their Super Bowl teams. Scott Kacsmar examines the era-changing process.
The Patriots should seriously consider adding both Charles Woodson and Dwight Freeney.
As recently history has shown, with Tom Brady as their quarterback, the New England Patriots are a perennial Super Bowl contender. Yet, the Patriots have been unable to win the big game in recent years, coming up small in the big spot, seemingly over and over again.
Whether it was the two Super...
Seven-time Pro Bowler Dwight Freeney never expected to be released where he's spent his entire ten-year NFL career.
The 33-year-old defensive end didn't fit well as a 3-4 outside linebacker in the Colts new scheme.