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When yesterday began, Jabar Gaffney was a member of the Washington Redskins, but by the end of today, he will be a member of the New England Patriots.
Gaffney, who spent one season in Washington before being officially released Monday, has re-joined the New England Patriots according to the official twitter page of Greg Bedard, a reporter for the Boston Globe. The deal is reportedly for two-years, yet no financials are available.
The move should come as not come as a surprise, as Gaffney will re-unite with his former offensive coordinator in New England from 2007-08 and his head coach from 2009-10 with the Denver Broncos, Josh McDaniels.
Gaffney, a former second round pick by the Texans in the 2003 NFL Draft, is coming off a very productive season in Washington, where he led the Redskins with 68 receptions, 947 receiving yards and seven touchdowns. He’s also been consistently good the past few years, with three straight seasons with at least 50 catches and 750 yards.
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It did not take long for Jabar Gaffney to catch on with a team after being released by the Washington Redskins earlier this week.
Gaffney will reunite with both the New England Patriots and his on again/off again OC Josh McDaniels who also coached him in Denver. Stability is the word that always comes to mind with Gaffney whose production has never waned.
The Patriots have a very...
The Washington Redskins have released veteran Jabar Gaffney, their leading receiver last season.
Gaffney made 68 catches for 947 yards and five touchdowns in 2011, setting career highs in receptions and yardage and matching a career high in TD catches. He started 15 games in 2011.
Washington signed free agents Pierre Garcon and Joshua Morgan in free agency, and already had five...
An already robust receiving corps in New England just got deeper. Former Patriots receiver Jabar Gaffney has signed with the team, according to Josina Anderson of ESPN. The Redskins released Gaffney this spring after one year with the club. He racked up 68 catches for 947 yards while with Washington. Gaffney was a wide receiver for the Patriots from 2006 to 2008. He then signed with...
According to Jason Cole of Yahoo Sports, the Washington Redskins have released wide receiver Jabar Gaffney.
No one knows exactly why Gaffney has been cut. Maybe it’s because of his Twitter rant, or the fact that the Redskins need to give rookie quarterback Robert Griffin III the number 10 that he’s been wearing.
In the end, it doesn’t matter why Gaffney has been released...
Despite career best numbers in 2011, the Washington Redskins have come to terms on the release of veteran wide receiver Jabar Gaffney. Needless to say it has been an interesting offseason for Gaffney, and now he finds himself a free agent after being cut.
As a very interesting offseason continues for the Redskins, they made another splash today by cutting Gaffney, who led the team...
The New England Patriots signed wide receiver Jabar Gaffney to a two-year contract bringing back one of QB Tom Brady’s favorite targets to Foxboro.
Gaffney, a member of the Patriots from 2006 to 2008, is a former 2nd round pick (33rd overall) of the Houston Texans in the 2002 NF Draft out of the University of Florida.
In addition to the Texans and Patriots, Gaffney has played...
For the two or three people imagining a RG3 to Gaffney touchdown combo, it appears that your dream has been shattered. The Redskins announced the release of Gaffney this morning, their most productive wide receiver in 2011.
His agent had requested permission to seek a trade prior to the draft and the team granted it, but no match could be made.
Gaffney led the Redskins last season...
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According to Josina Anderson of ESPN, free agent wide receiver Jabar Gaffney has informed her that he’s planning on signing with the New England Patriots.
“I’m going to the Patriots,” said Gaffney per Anderson.
Gaffney played for the Patriots from 2006-2008 and already knows the offense. Last season he proved that he’s still a very productive player at the age of 31...
The Redskins have released WR Jabar Gaffney; the news was first reported by Jason Cole of Yahoo! Sports. Washington attempted to trade Gaffney over the weekend for a draft choice, but could not find another team willing to make a deal. His release takes $2.65 million off the teams salary cap in 2012. Gaffney played one season with the Skins, registering 68 receptions for 947...
Wes Welker has been locked into contract negotiations with the New England Patriots virtually since the moment the Patriots walked off the field after their Super Bowl loss to the New York Giants but there has been very little progress. Instead Welker has had the pleasure of watching the Patriots receiving core get a whole lot deeper over the offseason. The latest signing is an ex...
The Washington Redskins finally had enough of Jabar Gaffney and his off the field distractions. So today according to a report by ProFootballtalk.com, the Redskins officially released the receiver after exhausting every effort to trade him during the 2012 NFL Draft.
Although Gaffney came under fire within the organization for some of the controversial tweets that he posted on...
Tom Brady, Randy Moss and Jabar Gaffney connecting on a flea-flicker back in the historic 2007 NFL season.
Unless the NFL decides to nuggetbomb us with the Saints player suspensions, it’s shaping up to be a pretty slow Tuesday afternoon, which is such a Tuesday thing to be. Anyway, Vince Young working out for the Bills, will bring towels. Twitter oversharer Jabar Gaffney released by Redskins. Ol’ Brittfar calling his country lawyer ’cause he’s gonna have to testify in court about...
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Jabar Gaffney: no longer a Washington Redskin. [NFL.com]
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