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The Raiders are scheduled to meet with free agent cornerback Terence Newman on Thursday.
Newman, who turns 35 in October, had 75 tackles and two interceptions with the Bengals last season, his first with the team. You probably remember Newman mostly from hating him during his time with the Cowboys, with whom he spent the first nine years of his career. In 10 years, Newman has 34 interceptions.
Newman could be a solid addition for a Raiders secondary that is so depleted and desperate that it’s looking to a running back for help.
And I know it might be hard for some of you, but how about we save our Seinfeld jokes for when the Raiders actually sign him.
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The third of eight players given a franchise tag this offseason has re-signed with his current team.
Cincinnati Bengals defensive end Michael Johnson has inked his one-year, $11.2 million contract tender. Johnson's agent announced the news Friday on Twitter.
Johnson, 26, is coming off his best season with the Bengals. He notched 11.5 sacks in 2012, which matched Johnson'...
When was the last time a team won the Super Bowl and didn’t head into the following season as the favorite to win their division? That scenario seems to be playing out before our eyes as the free agent signing period takes center stage.
We’ve heard a lot about the defending Super Bowl Champion Baltimore Ravens this offseason — most of it not so good. After signing Joe Flacco...
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The 49ers have signed former Bengals linebacker Dan Skuta to a two-year deal. Skuta will look to fill the void on special teams that has been missing since the team did not re-sign former special teams ace Blake Constanzo.Skuta has been with the Bengals since 2009 and he most likely will not see time at the linebacker position, but instead to be asked to contribute on special teams...
Bengals free agent linebacker Dan Skuta is visiting with the 49ers today. Dan tweeted earlier today that he was heading to San Francisco and not long ago Adam Schefter confirmed the meeting between Skuta and the 49ers.Heading out to San Francisco! #wheelsup— daniel skuta (@Dskuta51) March 14, 2013Cincinnati free-agent LB Dan Skuta, a good special teams player, is visiting San Francisco...