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San Diego Chargers running back Mike Tolbert was on SiriusXM NFL Radio this morning to talk with host Adam Schein and Rich Gannon about his upcoming free agent status. Tolbert, who is scheduled to be an unrestricted free agent late Tuesday, mentioned early on in the interview that that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Pittsburgh Steelers are two teams that will be on his radar. Tolbert did however say later on in the interview that he and his agent have sat down to list several teams where he thought he would be a fit and that list included the New York Giants, Denver Broncos, Kansas City Chiefs, Read more [...]
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After much speculation on what seemed to be a sure deal with the Bills, free agent wide receiver Robert Meachem has agreed to a contract with the San Diego Chargers. The news was announced from the Chargers twitter account. The deal is over 4 years and worth a reported $25.9 million with $14 million guaranteed. Meachem will replace Vincent Jackson, who was acquired by the Tampa...
San Diego Chargers center Nick Hardwick agreed to a three-year deal on Tuesday.
Financial terms were not disclosed for the one-time Pro Bowl selection.
The Chargers have seen their offensive line completely alter its shape this offseason.
Left tackle Marcus McNeill was released in a cap-saving move and four-time Pro Bowl left guard Kris Dielman retired after lingering effects from a concussion.
TAMPA BAY- By all accounts such as analyst Deion Caputi, Buccaneers QB Josh Freeman can say hello to his new WR Vincent Jackson.
The former San Diego playmaker went back and forth with the team for two years over a long-term deal that never happened.
Now in the NFC South, he hopes to energize a Tampa offense that ranked 21st in total passing yards in 2011 and 29th in total touchdowns...
Former San Diego Chargers wide receiver Vincent Jackson bolted to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Tuesday evening, signing a five-year deal worth $55,555,555 (say that five times fast), but general manager A.J. Smith and the team found a replacement early Wednesday morning.
OK, maybe not a replacement, per say. But a consistent deep threat and a reliable receiver, nonetheless. San...
The San Diego Chargers and Wide Receiver Robert Meachem agreed on a four-year, $25.9 million contract. The deal includes $14 million in guarantees.The move by San Diego came just hours after Vincent Jackson signed a five-year deal with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. While Antonio Gates remains Quarterback Philip Rivers' top target, the team needed to fill the void left by Jackson...
In a week that has seen future Hall of Fame receiver Randy Moss sign with the 49ers, and the uber-talented Brandon Marshall go to the Bears, the Bucs jumped in on the frenzy as well, signing free agent All-Pro wideout Vincent Jackson to five-year contract in an effort to bolster their offense.
Jackson originally entered the league in 2005 as a second-round pick (61st overall)...
I guess my new Twitter didn't work T...
Jackson lands with the Bucs in a huge deal that will guarantee him $26 million. V-Jax will be matched up with the big arm of Josh Freeman. Jackson was inconsistent is San Diego and will be in Tampa as well. This does bode well for the the fantasy value of Josh Freeman and Mike Williams. V-Jax will...
BroncoTalk.net has learned through multiple sources that the Denver Broncos will target the following players in free agency –
RB Mike Tolbert.
Tolbert is coming off of a big season in San Diego (eight rushing touchdowns) but is not expected to re-sign with the Chargers. The Broncos’ backfield would instantly improve with the acquisition of Tolbert.
NT Paul Soliai.
Vincent Jackson agreed to a five year deal with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, The terms of the deal include 5 years, $55.55 million, including $26 million guaranteed, $36 million in the 1st 3 yrs.
Vincent Jackson will give Buccaneers a number one receiver on their offense. When starting in the league he started off slow like most wide receivers. After his third year his numbers increased...
The man who many think is the top receiver on the market is no longer available.
Vincent Jackson reached an agreement with the Buccaneers to help strengthen their receiving corps, a signing that should certainly brighten Josh Freeman’s day.
The deal is reportedly worth $55.5 million over five years, $26 million of which is guaranteed, and $36 million of which will come in the...