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According to Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean, no progress has been made between the Titans and cornerback Cortland Finnegan, even though both sides talked on Friday.
Right now it continues to look like Finnegan will become an unrestricted free agent on March 13th and have the opportunity to test the open market.
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It was considered “doubtful” to transpire even seven months ago, and absolutely nothing has changed since — there won’t be a second tour of duty for Randy Moss in New England.
The Boston Globe reports the “feeling” around the organization is that the “ship has sailed” on a possible Moss-Patriots reunion.
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Before last season, the Titans offered cornerback Cortland Finnegan a contract worth roughly $28 million over four years. Finnegan’s camp wanted a deal greater than Johnathan Joseph’s five-year, $48.75 million deal. One solid season by Finnegan later, the two sides don’t appear any closer to a deal. The Titans and Finnegan’s agent Terry Watson spoke…
According to Shalise Manza Young of the Boston Glode, the feeling in the New England area is that the Patriots aren’t interested in bringing free agent Randy Moss back for next season.
Even though the Patriots need a vertical threat at the wide receiver position, they need to fill that void through the draft or by signing a free agent that isn’t past his prime.
Warren Sapp and Heath Evans are both former teammates of Randy Moss, and both men see significant challenges standing in the way of a return to the NFL for the mercurial receiver.