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Along with strong interest in CB Brandon Carr, the Cowboys will bring in LB Dan Connor and TE Kellen Davis for free-agent visits, according to a league source. Davis, 26, became a full-time starter for the Bears last season, finishing with 18 receptions for 206 yards and five touchdowns, and he would give the Cowboys a strong blocking presence. Connor, a third-round draft pick by the Panthers in 2008, had his best season in 2011 with 75 total tackles and a forced fumble while starting 11 games. Source: NFL.com
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Pro Football Talk is reporting the Steelers will meet with Free Agent Tight End Kellen Davis. Davis has spent his career with the Bears. He is a 6’7 target but spent most of his time as a blocker in Mike Martz offense. He only caught 28 passes for 300 yards in four seasons.
Davis seemed to lose interest with the way the Bears used him. He went from a good blocker to a disinterested...
Offensive lineman Geoff Hangartner says he's signed a three-year deal to remain with the Panthers.
He did not say what the financial terms.
Hangartner started all 16 games last season at right guard in his second stint with Carolina. He signed late in the preseason after injuries to other players and played well.
The lineman says ''This is where I wanted to be.'...
The Chicago Bears made a minor bit of news on the advent of free agency. Read below the official release from the team: The Chicago Bears tendered a qualifying offer to restricted free agent RB Kahlil Bell. The Bears have the opportunity to match all offers made to Bell. Bell has appeared in 20 games with three starts during three [...]
Carolina Panthers linebacker Thomas Davis deal has been restructured to free up $3.8 million in salary-cap space a league sources said according to Pat Yasinskas of ESPN.com. The Panthers chose not to exercise an $8 million option bonus that was due this week. The bonus was put in as a safeguard when Davis signed a new contract last summer and he suffered his third injury early...
Quarterback Jason Campbell agreed to a one-year contract Tuesday with the Chicago Bears and will back up Jay Cutler.
Campbell has spent the past two years in Oakland after playing his first four seasons with Washington and has started 70 of the 71 games he has appeared in. But he was injured midway through last season and the Raiders brought in Carson Palmer.
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The Bears are in the market for a veteran safety, considering the inexperience and injury history of both Chris Conte and Major Wright. They are reportedly interested in free agent LaRon Landry.
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Speculation has already gone in a number of different directions, are the Bears now putting Hester and his bigger salary cap number on the trade...
The Chicago Bears didn’t waste any time once the free agency period began. The team has reportedly traded two third round picks to Miami for wide receiver Brandon Marshall.
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The Bears re-signed veteran QB Josh McCown and TE Kellen Davis today. They also inked WR/KR Eric Weems to a contract.
Let’s breakdown the Bears signings and rumors by position:
QB: Josh McCown signed with the Bears late last season off the street. He started two games and completed...
As the Broncos wait anxiously for quarterback Peyton Manning to make his decision, they have gone to work on the other position by arranging to bring in safety Brandon Meriweather for a visit. Meriweather, 28, was a first-round draft choice of the New England Patriots in 2007, a Pro Bowler in 2009-10, but then cut in 2011 benched by the Chicago After signing a one-year, $3.25 million...
Quarterback Jason Campbell will visit the Chicago Bears, according to Michael Lombardi of the NFL Network.
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According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the Dolphins have traded receiver Brandon Marshall to the Bears, where he'll reunite with quarterback Jay Cutler.
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The Chicago Bears have reached a one-year deal with free agent quarterback Jason Campbell, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports. Financial terms were not disclosed. A first-round pick out of Auburn by the Washington Redskins in 2006, Campbell started 52 games over four seasons in D.C., completing 61.2 percent of 1,637 pass attempts for 10,860 yards with 55 touchdowns and 38 interceptions...
The Chicago Bears have agreed to terms of a trade w Miami for wide receiver Brandon Marshall in exchange for two third-round picks according to Jay Glazer of FOXSports. Source: The Redzone Attached Thumbnails