Found March 09, 2013 on
NFL Trade Rumors:
Jason Cole of Yahoo Sports reports that Bills, Colts, and Titans are all in pursuit of guards Louis Vasquez and Andy Levitre.
Cole adds that Chargers odds of retaining Vasquez are “slim” at this point.
Levitre and Vasquez represent the two best interior offensive lineman in this year’s free agent class, so it’s not surprising to see these specific teams mentioned as potential landing spots.
What is curious, however, is the fact that the Bills weren’t more aggressive in trying to re-sign Levitre before now. He mentioned that he would be willing to discuss a potential return, but the team had not reached to him at all in the past few weeks.
The Chargers would like to keep Vasquez from leaving, but he seems poised to test the open market, so unless San Diego is prepared to pay him top-dollar, it seems more likely that he’ll be playing elsewhere next season.
You will find both of these players rated pretty high in our Top 50 Free Agents list.
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Leodis McKelvim is a solid cornerback but has struggled to command a starting spot with the Buffalo Bills. However, he has proven to be a dangerous kickoff and punt returner, ; leading the NFL last season in in punt return yards average while scoring a combined four touchdowns.
The Bills decided that he was worth keeping signing him to a contract extension.
Cornerback Leodis McKelvin...
Chris Brown of BuffaloBills.com believes Bills FS Jairus Byrd could be seeking a similar contract to that of Chargers S Eric Weddle.
Weddle signed a five-year deal worth $40 million back in 2011.
The Falcons recently locked up S William Moore to a five-year contract worth $30 million that included $14 million guaranteed.
Byrd, 26, is two years younger and doesn’t have...
The 4-year, 20 million dollar deal the Bills gave McKelvin contains 7.5 million guaranteed and is an overpay just because I don’t know who else would have shelled out that kind of dough for him. However, it’s very possible he ends up being worth that for them. He’s a dynamic returner who led the NFL in punt return average last year, bringing back 23 for 431 yards and 2 touchdowns...
Buffalo Bills cornerback Leodis McKelvin has become the NFL's highest-paid returner.
A source told FOXSports.com that McKelvin has agreed to a four-year, $20 million contract with the Bills. Further financial details were not immediately available.
McKelvin, 27, was set to become an unrestricted free-agent when the NFL signing period opened Tuesday. He enjoyed a spectacular...
George Saimes, a five-time Pro Bowl safety and member of the Buffalo Bills' Wall of Fame, has died after a lengthy battle with leukemia. He was 71.
Saimes' daughter, Linda Durley, said her father died Friday night at a hospital in Canton, Ohio.
He was selected by Buffalo in the sixth round of the 1963 draft. He played seven seasons with the Bills before playing three more...
Joel Corry of the National Football Post reports that the San Diego Chargers have re-signed K Nick Novak to a new four-year deal.
Novak, 32, received $6.6 million over four years, along with a $1.5 million signing bonus.
He converted 18-of-20 field goal and made all 33 extra point attempts last season. Novak’s consistent production allowed the Chargers to part ways with Nate...
Alex Marvez of Fox Sports reports that the Buffalo Bills have re-signed CB/KR Leodis McKelvin to a four-year deal worth $20 million.
McKelvin, 27, was the No. 11 overall pick back in 2008. He graded out as a serviceable cornerback in recent years, according to Pro Football Focus.
McKelvin was a very productive kick returner, which likely factored into the team’s decision to retain...
The Buffalo Bills covered two of their top three in-house free-agent priorities over the last week, franchise-tagging safety Jairus Byrd and re-signing return man/cornerback Leodis McKelvin.But guard Andy Levitre, one of the Bills' best players on offense, is poised to hit free agency.At least five other teams are reportedly prepared to partake in the Levitre sweepstakes, including...
NFL teams will be allowed to meet with unrestricted free agents as of midnight tonight, so we’re going to have consistent updates posted here regarding news and rumors. Check back throughout the day.
The Chargers have “genuine” interest in re-signing G Louis Vasquez, but his agent mentioned that he “wants to test the market.” (Indianapolis Star)