ESPN’s Adam Caplan reports that the Atlanta Falcons are expected to bring in veteran G Uche Nwaneri for a workout at some point this week.
The Falcons suffered numerous injuries to their offensive line during Sunday’s loss to the Vikings and were forced to play Levine Toilolo at right tackle, so it makes plenty of sense for them to target upgrades this week.
Dallas, TX – The Cowboys have added more depth to their already stacked offensive line, by signing former Jaguars guard Uche Nwaneri. Nwaneri was a former fifth-round selection by the Jags in 2007.
At 6’3 and 303 lbs, Nwaneri has the ability to step in and contribute if need be. He has started 94 games in the league and all 63 games in the last four seasons. It’s unclear what...
Adam Caplan of ESPN reports that the Dallas Cowboys are expected to sign former Jaguars G Uche Nwaneri.
Nwaneri has spent his entire career with the Jaguars since being drafted in the fifth round out of Purdue in 2007. He started 92 games over the past seven seasons, but was released back in March, creating $3.7 million in cap savings.
Nwaneri joins a rapidly improving Dallas...
Adam Caplan of ESPN reports that two-three NFL teams are already showing interest in former Jaguars G Uche Nwaneri.
Jacksonville released Nwaneri on Tuesday, so it’s pretty impressive to see a decent market forming just a matter of hours.
It’s hard to speculate as to who could be interested in him at this point, but I’m sure we’ll hear something regarding prospective teams...
The overhauling of one of the NFL's shakiest offensive lines continued Tuesday with the announcement that the Jacksonville Jaguars had released Uche Nwaneri, who started all 16 games for them last season at right guard.
The move comes a week before teams can begin negotiating with unrestricted free agents. The Jaguars already had an estimated $50 million in available cap space, and...
Ryan O’Halloran reports that the Jacksonville Jaguars have released starting right G Uche Nwaneri.
Brian McIntyre mentions that this move will save the Jaguars $3.7 million in cap space, which brings their total 2014 cap space to over $60 million.
O’Halloran adds that this move was based on Nwaneri’s performance.
Nwaneri’s agent, Jordan Woy, has confirmed the move.
Guard Uche Nwaneri has heard all sorts of excuses for opponents losing to the Jacksonville Jaguars in recent weeks.
They're amusing - and insulting.
''It's ridiculous,'' Nwaneri said Monday. ''Really, are we a high school team and you have to apologize to your city because you lost to us? Come on, man. This is the NFL. Every win is a hard-earned win.
''There's rarely just easy...
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December 02, 2013