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According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the New England Patriots sent a 2013 late round draft pick to the Rams for wide receiver Greg Salas in return.
St. Louis traded wide receiver Greg Salas to the New England Patriots for a late-round 2013 draft pick, according to sources.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) September 1, 2012
I now it makes sense why the Patriots released veteran Deion Branch on Friday. They were working on a deal to acquire Salas.
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The Patriots aren't done jumbling their wide receiver corps just yet. After spending the offseason and trading camp acquiring dozens of pass-catchers only to turn most of them loose in recent weeks, New England has acquired a new threat: wide receiver Greg Salas, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. St. Louis traded wide receiver Greg Salas to the New England Patriots for a late...
The New England Patriots acquired wide receiver Greg Salas from the St. Louis Rams for a late-round 2015 draft pick, ESPN.com reported Saturday. Salas, a fourth-round draft pick last year, caught 27 passes for 264 yards for the Rams. NBC Sports' Pro Football Talk speculated that the Rams may have been looking to waive Salas since they were willing to wait until 2015 to receive...
The New England Patriots, as well as several other NFL teams are not done tweaking their final 53-man roster. Adam Schefter of ESPN is reporting this afternoon that the New England Patriots have acquired St. Louis Rams WR Greg Salas for a conditional pick. Salas, a Hawaii product, suffered a serious leg injury last season but played under current Patriots offensive coordinator Josh...
The St. Louis Rams traded wide receiver Greg Salas to the New England Patriots over the weekend. - (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
The Jeff Fisher regime in St. Louis continues to show that they are not worried about where past players were drafted or taken recently. Fisher continues to shape and mold his roster into a team that he can deal with as the St. Louis Rams look to take...
Just when we thought the phrase, “NFL Lockout” wouldn’t be spoken for at least another 10 years, here it is again. Thank God that it doesn’t involve the possibility that the 2012 NFL season could be cancelled or shortened, but it isn’t good news. The NFL officials are the one’s who are now in a contract dispute with the NFL brass. The disagreement has to do with compensation...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the NFL and NFLRA will be meeting today.
“For the first time in a month, the NFL and the locked-out officials are meeting today, trying to see if they can resolve their differences as the league gets ready to kickoff its 2012 season, according to sources. The NFL refused to confirm the meeting and declined any comment,” wrote Schefter.
Jacksonville Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew, who held out of training camp and missed all of preseason in hopes for a new contract, will report to the team on Sunday, according to Adam Schefter.
Jones-Drew did not receive a new contract from the Jaguars. He has accrued $1.2 million in fines for the holdout, but the team may waive the fines.
Jones-Drew wanted a new deal...
Chris Givens in particular stands to pick up plays that might otherwise have gone to Greg Salas.
The New York Jets have a cavalier attitude toward their draft picks, having already waived four of their eight selections from the 2012 draft. The Rams' 2012 picks and college free agents have no such worries: an astounding 15 rookies are on the roster, with 10 slated to start...
The Cowboys are reportedly leaning toward playing it safe with their workhorse tight end who suffered a lacerated spleen in preseason. Adam Schefter is reporting that the chances of Witten playing on Wednesday against the Giants are slim. It makes sense. Sitting Witten in week one would provide 10 days of extra rest since they play on Wednesday to open the season.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Philadelphia Eagles have released quarterback Mike Kafka.
Eagles cut QB Mike Kafka.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) August 31, 2012
It was reported earlier that the Eagles were looking to trade Kafka, but they likely drew very little interest, which led to them releasing him.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten still hasn’t been cleared to get back on the field.
“After meeting with several medical specialists this week, doctors still have not cleared Dallas TE Jason Witten to play in Wednesday’s regular-season opener vs. Giants, according to league source. Witten is not expected to be re-evaluated until...