Found June 09, 2012 on Players View:
NFL Daily Digest: 6-9-2012 Real Talk: The Saints have been so defiant in this Bounty Gate situation that you really can’t look at one individual that has been involved and say ‘he’s remorseful’ except for the ringleader Gregg Williams. Today even... To read about this and other daily NFL headlines, please click the link below.

Linebacker Ben Leber announces retirement

Linebacker Ben Leber is retiring after 10 seasons in the NFL with the San Diego Chargers, Minnesota Vikings and St. Louis Rams. Leber announced his retirement Friday on Minneapolis radio station KFAN. In a text message to The Associated Press, Leber said ''It's been a great run, lots of fun.'' Leber grew up in Vermillion, S.D., and starred in college at Kansas...

Chargers sign free agent RB Ronnie Brown

The San Diego Chargers say they have agreed to terms on a one-year contract with running back Ronnie Brown. The 6-foot, 230-pound Brown ran for 136 yards and a touchdown last season while backing up LeSean McCoy with the Philadelphia Eagles. The No. 2 overall pick in the 2005 NFL draft, Brown spent his first six seasons with the Miami Dolphins. He ran for 4,815 yards and 36 touchdowns...

Chargers sign Ronnie Brown

Running back Ronnie Brown signed a one-year deal with San Diego, where he will serve as the primary backup to Ryan Mathews. Brown, the second overall pick in 2005 by the Miami Dolphins, spent last season with the Eagles, finishing with just 136 yards and one touchdown. The Chargers were seeking a veteran backup after Mike Tolbert signed with Carolina in free agency. Brown, 30...

Ravens agree to two-year deal with veteran guard Williams

The Ravens and 13-year veteran guard Bobbie Williams reached a two-year agreement in principle, the team announced Friday. Williams, 35, spent the past eight seasons with the Cincinnati Bengals, starting all 118 games in which he played. Originally selected by the Philadelphia Eagles in the second round of the 2000 NFL Draft, he has played in 151 career games, including 130 starts...

Ravens sign Bobbie Williams

The Ravens have found a left guard, sort of. In a press release, the team announced they have agreed in principle guard Bobbie Williams to a two-year contract. Terms were not disclosed. Williams had been with the Cincinnati Bengals since 2004 and was originally drafted by the Eagles in 2000. Presumably Williams will battle with Jah Reid and Kelechi Osemele for the left guard spot...

Former Vikings LB Ben Leber retiring

Former Vikings linebacker Ben Leber, a popular player in the locker room, is retiring after 10 NFL seasons.

Nate Washington says Roman Harper plays “downright dirty”

Getty Images After last year’s game against the New Orleans Saints and safety Roman Harper, Tennessee Titans wide receiver Nate Washington says that he wasn’t at all surprised when Harper’s name surfaced as being a part of the Saints bounty scandal.  He wasn’t sure if there were any bounties out on them during their game, but he did say that Harper played the game in a...

Saints players support, defend Gregg Williams

It should go without saying that Gregg Williams is the most reviled man in football. The disgraced defensive coordinator has been trashed by … well, everybody in the last few months. That is, everybody but a handful of Saints players who still support — and even defend — the man who birthed the now-infamous BountyGate scandal, Jeff Duncan of the New Orleans Times-Picayune reports...

Ravens voluntary OTA summary for 2012...

As Under Armour Corp. just scored the naming rights for the Ravens' training facility in Owings Mills, voluntary OTA's ended with the news that old veteran guard Bobbie Williams had just been signed for insurance and/or as a training camp mentor. I find it difficult to believe that Williams is really being considered as a plausible candidate for left guard. At age 35, he...
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