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The New York Giants have signed oft-injured safety Chris Horton.
The Super Bowl champions announced the signing late Thursday afternoon.
Horton did not play in the NFL last season. He spent his first three seasons with the Washington Redskins, but missed half of each of his last two seasons with toe and ankle injuries. The UCLA product made 15 starts for the Redskins and had 122 tackles and three interceptions. He was released by Washington before the start of the 2011 season.
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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers shelled out $56 million for a 5 year contract with $26 million of it is guaranteed for wide-receiver Vincent Jackson. HUGE payday for the 29 year old wideout and thankfully for Washington Redskins fans, it was not their favorite team that shelled out that kind of money to just one player.
Most people thought it was surprising that the Washington Redskins...
Drafted in the 3rdround (#76) in the 2010 NFL Draft, Chad Jones was once considered a steal for the New York Giants. However; since his accident many fans have forgotten about the Safety out of LSU. Fortunately, the Giants haven't forgotten as they have reconstructed the remaining two years of Jones' contract; which indicates that they feel Jones can still be a productive...
The man accused of fatally shooting Washington Redskins safety Sean Taylor during a 2007 burglary has fired his lawyer one month before his murder trial.
Eric Rivera Jr. gave the Miami-Dade County, Fla., judge a letter Friday explaining his reasons for firing Quinton Pitts, an experienced defense lawyer. The judge ordered the letter sealed and said a new lawyer would be appointed...
If there's one thing Browns' fans have learned during this free agency period, it's that you can't call GM Tom Heckert a liar. Heckert said last week that the franchise would not make a big splash in the market. The NFL's high-priced free agent bazaar opened on Tuesday at 4 p.m., and true to their word, the Browns weren't waiting to rush inside with checkbook...
When Jeremy Shockey left the New York Giants -- back in 2008 -- both sides ended their relationship on bad terms. Now, it's being reported that Shockey wants to reunite with his old team.According to the N.Y. Daily News, Shockey NEEDS A JOB BADLY, and has let the Giants know that "if they need him" he'll be ready to return to the "Big Apple".The N.Y. Giants...
This ship sailed with Tampa Bay signing Vincent Jackson and the Redskins signing Pierre Garcon, obviously, but here’s video from Sunday of SOJA (Soldiers of Jah Army, bumbaclot) taking time out from their San Diego show to try and persuade V-Jax to come play for their hometown Redskins. RG3 references abound, as do some pretty amazing dreadlocks.
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TweetThe New York Giants have signed ex Dallas Cowboys TE Martellus Bennett to a 1 year contract reportedly worth $2.5 million.
This is a smart move by the organization considering both Jake Ballard and Travis Beckum suffered serious injuries during the Super Bowl and are not expected back at the start of the season.
Bennett is a talented player who has had limited opportunities...
- Here are some recent TNA attendance figures:
* March 8th in Highland Heights, KY drew 800 fans
* March 9th in Corbin, KY drew 350 fans
* March 10th in Pikeville, KY drew 500 fans
- TNA had some interest in NFL star Brandon Jacobs, who was cut by the New York Giants, facing Bully Ray at April’s Lockdown pay-per-view in Nashville.
Confirmed for Lockdown is Bobby Roode vs. James...
According to Matt Maiocco of CSNBayArea.com, free agent wide receiver Mario Manningham is visiting the San Francisco 49ers today.
Manningham is looking to be paid like a starter even though he lost his starting role this past season to Victor Cruz, but he definitely showed up during the playoffs and Super Bowl.
If the 49ers can get Manningham under contract, it would give them...
Robert Griffin III is proving to be this year's prize. The Redskins proved to be more brazen than the Browns in their attempt to grab a franchise player.