STACY MCGEE RUMORS & GOSSIP

With interior linemen hitting free agency in 2018, the Falcons should turn to the draft

Successful teams prepare for the future as much as possible. The Falcons should keep that in mind. It was only five weeks ago when defensive tackle appeared to be the biggest concern on the Falcons’ roster. Jonathan Hankins priced himself out of the team’s plans, while mid-level free agents such as Terrell McClain and Stacy McGee joined the Redskins. A once-promising free...
Via The Falcoholic
April 17, 2017

New Addition Stacy McGee Hopes To Build More History In D.C.

Coming to the Washington Redskins after four seasons with the Oakland Raiders, new defensive lineman Stacy McGee is ready to make an impact in tough NFC East battles.
Via Redskins.com
March 13, 2017

Weekend roundup: Oakland Raiders

2017 Raiders free agency: 3 defensive tackles to replace Stacy McGeeFormer Oakland Raiders defensive tackle Stacy McGee has signed a five-year, $25 million contract with the Washington Redskins, and with his departure … Raiders Sign OT Marshall NewhouseAfter a quite first two days of free agency, finally a report of the Raiders signing someone. He joins an offensive line that...
Via 60 Max Power O
March 12, 2017  |  Discuss

The Latest: Lions sign Rick Wagner, Akeem Spence

The Latest on NFL free agency (all times Eastern): 11 a.m. The Detroit Lions have signed a pair of unrestricted free agents: offensive tackle Rick Wagner and defensive lineman Akeem Spence. Wagner has spent his first four NFL seasons in Baltimore and made 14 starts last year for the Ravens. Spence spent the past four seasons with Tampa Bay and played in all 16 games last year...
Via Associated Press
March 10, 2017  |  Discuss

Report: Redskins Sign Another DT, Stacy McGee

The Redskins have reportedly signed defensive tackle Stacy McGee, their second free-agent signing on the defensive line today. McGee, a 6-3, 308-pound tackle, was a sixth-round pick by the Raiders in 2013 and has recorded 63 combined tackles and three sacks over his first four NFL seasons. McGee’s deal is for five years, $25 million ($5 million AAV), per Mike Garafolo of NFL Network...
Via CBS DC
March 09, 2017

Washington adds another defensive lineman in Stacy McGee

Two wide receivers are leaving the Redskins as free agents, but the team has brought in a pair of defensive linemen to open the new league year. PFT has learned, via a league source, that the team has agreed to terms with former Raiders defensive lineman Stacy McGee. It’s a five-year deal worth up to…
Via Pro Football Talk
March 09, 2017

Raiders get risky in seventh round

The Oakland Raiders departed from their typical modus operandi of getting good character guys when making their final two picks of the 2014 NFL Draft. Throughout his tenure with the Raiders, McKenzie has preached bringing in the right kind of guys. Players who had good heads on their shoulders and were not a risk for off the field concerns. But then again, in 2013, McKenzie drafted...
Via cover32 - Raiders
May 11, 2014  |  Discuss
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