Found March 19, 2013 on
The Penalty Flag:
A furious week of NFL signings have slowed to a crawl, now teams can become diligent in their signings as they scout the market to see who remains. Here’s a look at the top 2013 NFL Free Agents that still remain unsigned.
Quarterback: There wasn’t much to begin with, but after teams started to release cap casualties there became a few quick options. Now, any team searching for a starting quarterback is in trouble... Read more
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Rather than absorbing a massive $15 million salary cap hit to move their standout wide receiver, the Arizona Cardinals have made it clear there is “zero chance” they will trade Larry Fitzgerald this offseason. Keeping the 29-year-old Fitzgerald, who Arizona took out of the University of Pittsburgh with the third pick in the 2004 NFL Draft, is a fiscally, and competitively, wise...
Will Burge of ESPN Cleveland reports that sources have informed him that free agent WR Josh Cribbs has failed his physical with the Cardinals.
Mike Garafolo tweets that Cribbs’ agent, J.R. Rickert, mentioned that he underwent surgery to repair a meniscus tear following the season and the injury hasn’t fully healed yet.
Rickert added that he expects Cribbs to take another physical...
ESPN’s Chris Mortensen seems to think the Cardinals have their eye on North Carolina State QB Mike Glennon.
“I really believe the guy they’re hoping to get somewhere, whether it’s in the second round … is Mike Glennon,” said Mortensen while appearing on Tuesday’s NFL 32, via Rotoworld. “Their new head coach, Bruce Arians, likes big guys with big arms who can get...
Multiple reports are swirling regarding the potential failed physical of wide receiver/kick returner Josh Cribbs who was slated to sign with the Arizona Cardinals.
ESPN Cleveland’s Will Burge published a sourced report that stated the long-time Cleveland Browns fan favorite had failed his phyisical due to a knee scope which he underwent earlier this offseason.
This article originally appeared on the blog Steelers Depot
Time and time again we hear about NFL players who have mismanaged their money only to wind up in financial trouble. Unfortunately, that has now happened to former Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Joey Porter, who is reportedly having his Florida home foreclose on.
Brian Bandell of the South Florida Business Journal reports...