According to Vic Tafur of the San Francisco Chronicle, the Oakland Raiders have started their new league year taking a place in the race to make a deal for the Buccaneers cornerback Darrelle Revis and are considered strong players for his services.
General manager Kevin Colbert spent the last week saying goodbye to many veterans on the Pittsburgh Steelers, but starting at 4pm, he'll be saying hello a lot more often. After slicing and dicing his way under the salary cap, the Steelers now has the ability to go into free agency to restock their secondary. According to Darin Gantt of Profootballtalk.com, reports have the...
According to Michael David Smith of Profootballtalk.com, the Cleveland Browns are considering trading for Tampa Bay Buccaneers CB Darrelle Revis. Revis is expected to be released and will be the top defensive free agent available.
According to Larry Hartstein of CBS Sports, the Chicago Bears are looking to trade DE Julius Peppers and shopping him hours before free agency begins.
According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, if the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are unable to move via trade CB Darrelle Revis, they'll release him. Revis is scheduled to make $16 million next season and would be the best available defensive back on the market once released.
According to Jordan Raanan of the Star-Ledger, the New York Giants have re-signed CB Trumaine McBride to a two-year, $3.1 million contract.
According to Larry Hartstein of CBS Sports, the New England Patriots have offered WR Julian Edelman a three-year deal and the team is expecting a response before the free agent market opens at 4 p.m.
According to Larry Hartstein of CBS Sports, the San Francisco 49ers released cornerback Carlos Rogers, creating $5.1 million in cap room.
The Oakland Raiders have been planning for 2014 free agency for over a year and the team has been quiet on re-signing either their own free agents or other team's players who will become available on Tuesday.
Minnesota Vikings general manager Rick Spielman's re-signing of quarterback Matt Cassel lessened the need at the position, but the team still wants to add another signal caller from the 2014 NFL Draft. However, with the veteran Cassel now projected to be the starting QB going into the offseason, Spielman says the club may opt to hold off drafting a quarterback in the first...
According to Pete Dougherty of Packers News, Green Bay Packers tight end Andrew Quarless agent Chris Cabott stated he has had talks with several teams. Cabot also said he also has been in regular contact with the Packers, but he isn’t counting out the tight end re-signing with the team before the start of free agency on Tuesday afternoon.
According to Mike Florio of Profootballtalk.com, reports have interest growing for Seattle Seahawks free agent WR Golden Tate. Tate will become an unrestricted free agent Today at 4pm as the Seahawks are willing to let the market develop him and then decide to retain his services or not.
According to Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com, that Houston Texans free agent quarterback Matt Schaub is a “serious possibility” for the Browns. The quarterback position a top priority for the team and new offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan's prior relationship and knowledge of Schaub could make him the next quarterback to join the Browns.
Carolina Panthers receiver Steve Smith didn't sound too pleased after hearing GM Dave Gettleman's vague comments about whether the longtime Panther would remain with the team in 2014.
"Steve's had a great career," Gettleman said in February, "and the bottom line is, it's part of the evaluation process."
Those words look to be prophetic as...
New York Giants right guard Chris Snee's $11.75 salary cap number would've been to too rich for most teams, especially coming off hip surgery and an elbow operation.
Snee was shut down due to injuries in October of last season, and most knew it would come down to this. Head coach Tom Coughlin's son-in-law has reportedly agreed to a pay cut, per ESPN's Adam Schefter...
Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Ike Taylor took to Twitter to announce that he will return to the team in 2014, per NFL.com's Dan Hanzus.
Taylor agreed to take a pay cut to stay with team, signing a one-year deal worth $2.75 million, and more importantly saving the Steelers $4.25 million in cap space, Ed Bouchette of the Post-Gazette reported.
Taylor's previous contract...
Fomer Detroit Lions safety Louis Delmas becomes a Miami Dolphin just before the start of the annual free agency frenzy, reports Michael David Smith of Pro Football Talk.
Delmas was released by Detroit last month and was free to join any team before the start of free agency. The deal is reportedly for one year with maximum value of $3.5 million.
The 27-year-old spent his entire...
Free agency officially begins today at 4 PM, and when all is said and done, WR Julian Edelman may not be a member of the New England Patriots.
But for now, it's business as usual between quarterback Tom Brady and his new go to guy, as they're reportedly out in sunny California working out and gearing up for another season together, reports Mike Reiss of ESPNBoston.
Chicago Bears free agent quarterback Josh McCown really likes being in the Windy City, but when the new league year starts on Tuesday, he might get blown away with an offer he can't refuse. McCown says the opportunity to start will weigh heavily in his decision on if he stays in Chicago or leaves for greener pastures.
The Seattle said they wouldn't let DE Michael Bennett go without a fight and while the Chicago Bears continue to heavily recruit him, the Seahawks have emerged as the favorites to retain the defensive lineman. According to ESPN, salary and playing time are the two main issues.
According to Josh Alper of Profootballtalk.com, the Pittsburgh Steelers will designate LB LaMarr Woodley as a post June 1st cut and he will become a free agent on Tuesday.
The Minnesota Vikings went 3-3 with Matt Cassel as the starting quarterback and he stepped in for an injured Christian Ponder to win another game. Cassel agreed to a two-year, $10 million contract with the team on Friday and said he's ready to help turnaround the franchise.
According to Eliot Shorr-Parks of NJ.com, the Philadelphia Eagles have shown interest in Miami Dolphins free agent CB Nolan Carroll. With the period teams can talk to pending free agents, the Eagles are keeping an eye on Carroll.
According to Marty Gitlin of CBS Sports, the New York Giants tried their best in re-signing DE Justin Tuck before the legal tampering period began, however, the pass rushing demon is set to test the free agent waters.
According to Calvin Watkins of ESPN, the Cowboys have expressed interest in Denver Broncos LB Wesley Woodyard.