TOMMY KELLY RUMORS & GOSSIP
Tommy Kelly feels like a rookie again.
After spending his first nine seasons with the Oakland Raiders - starting every game the past five years and six of the last seven - and even earning a captain's badge in the process, Kelly now is embarking on a new chapter in his career with the Patriots.
Yet despite signing a two-year deal in April to help bolster New England's front...
Via AP on Fox
20 days ago
Tommy Kelly isn’t worried about the playoffs, how many sacks he recorded last year, any other new players on the team or what alignment the Patriots run. He said so himself. He’s just worried about making the Patriots’ 53-man roster.
“I gotta make the team first,” Kelly said. “Bill [Belichick] don’t guarantee nobody nothing.”
Chances are looking good for the 11th...
In a surprising move by the Oakland Raiders, they released Tommy Kelly at the end of March. Two days ago, the New England Patriots announced they had signed the 8-year DT to a two-year deal. This provides comfort to me for a few reasons as Patriots fan.
1) The Patriots are not done yet in free agency. Tommy Kelly marks the sixth defensive player signed or resigned. Obviously...
Tommy Kelly’s deal was just structured and signed by both parties, here is the information:
It's a two-year deal with five million maximum value and one million of that five million is guaranteed. In 2013, his cap hit will be two million and in 2014 his cap hit will be three million. If Kelly shows up to all the workouts and stays healthy he will be walking away with five...
The Patriots have bolstered their defensive line with a veteran presence.
New England agreed to a two-year deal with former Raiders defensive tackle Tommy Kelly, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL.com. Kelly was released by the Raiders on March 27.
The 32-year-old defensive lineman was signed by the Raiders in 2004 as an undrafted free agent out of Mississippi State. Kelly recorded...
It is not a secret to anybody that the Oakland Raiders’ main focus in the current off-season has been on cleaning the salary cap and rebuilding the roster with younger, cheaper players. With that in mind, general manager Reggie McKenzie added one more name to the list of former Raiders by releasing defensive tackle Tommy Kelly. And another big name [...]
The Oakland Raiders officially announced today that they’ve released defensive tackle Tommy Kelly.
The Raiders today have released Tommy Kelly. The club appreciates his service, dedication and toughness.
— OAKLAND RAIDERS (@RAIDERS) March 27, 2013
Kelly was a very good player for the Raiders, but they couldn’t afford to keep him and he’s not getting any younger.
According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, the Oakland Raiders will release defensive tackle Tommy Kelly.
The Raiders will release veteran DL Tommy Kelly Wednesday. Would expect him to draw some interest pretty quickly
— Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) March 27, 2013
With the Raiders only having roughly $4 million in cap room, releasing Kelly only makes sense since his 2013...
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The Oakland Raiders training camp this summer will determine whether or not new GM Reggie McKenzie cuts or trades Defensive lineman Tommy Kelly. The mountain of salary cap issues with the Oakland Raiders being 31st in the league this year in available cap space is the driving force behind the decision that McKenzie will ultimately [...]