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10 worst deals from early NFL free agency frenzy

NFL free agency is anything but free. In fact, it could be argued that more bad signings are made every year than ones that can be considered slam dunks in hindsight. But the hope of instantly transforming a roster tempts even the best general managers from time to time.So, now that the NFL free agency frenzy has died down a bit after the first wave of high-profile signings, it’s...
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Former Cowboys' LB Anthony Hitchens reportedly expected to sign with Chiefs

Hitchens will give an aging Chiefs' linebacker corps a boost
5 days ago

Chiefs add Anthony Hitchens

The Chiefs have reloaded their linebacker corps, agreeing to a deal with former Cowboyslinebacker Anthony Hitchens, according to Ian Rapoport and Tom Pelissero of (on Twitter). The years on the deal have yet to be revealed but Rapoport reports that Hitchens is expected to earn $9MM a year.Hitchens will help the Chiefs fill the void on defense after cutting ties with longtime...
Via Pro Football Rumors
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Anthony Hitchens reportedly agrees to deal with Chiefs

The Kansas City Chiefs are being aggressive early in free agency, and they have already made major additions to both their offense and defense.Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports that the Chiefs have agreed to a deal worth around $9 million per season with free agent linebacker Anthony Hitchens. Hitchens recorded 84 total tackles last season (the highest mark of his four-year career...
Via Larry Brown Sports
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Chiefs to sign MLB Anthony Hitchens

The Kansas City Chiefs will sign free agent middle linebacker Anthony Hitchens, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. Hitchens, 25, originally entered the league as a fourth-round pick for the Dallas Cowboys in 2014. He spend the first four seasons of his career in Dallas. Hitches was also recently named to Pro Football Focus’ top 50 NFL free agent list. Per Pro Football...
Via Arrowhead Pride
5 days ago

Cowboys not expected to re-sign Anthony Hitchens?

The Cowboys have a number of objectives this offseason, but they will certainly prioritize signing Zack Martin and Demarcus Lawrence to long-term deals. Lawrence will get hit with the franchise tag at some point prior to the March 6 deadline, which will give the two sides until July 16 to work out a multi-year contract. Martin, meanwhile, is still under club control through the 2018...
Via Pro Football Rumors
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Colts expected to pursue Anthony Hitchens

After the hiring of former Cowboys linebackers coach Matt Eberflus as the team’s new defensive coordinator, the Colts are expected to make a play for Dallas linebacker Anthony Hitchens once free agency opens, Ed Werder speculates (Twitter link). Werder goes on to say Eberflus values him as a high-quality player who can help others learn the system. Though Cowboys executive vice...
Via Pro Football Rumors
February 12, 2018  |  Discuss

Report: Hitchens out eight weeks with knee fracture

Updating a previous item, it looks like the Dallas Cowboys received some good news regarding starting middle linebacker Anthony Hitchens. The team originally thought Hitchens suffered a season-ending knee injury Saturday night against the Oakland Raiders.While the injury itself is still severe, it looks like Dallas will get its starting linebacker back at some point in the first...
Via Sportsnaut
August 27, 2017  |  Discuss

Report: Cowboys fear Hitchens is lost for season with injury

The Dallas Cowboys, already thin on defense, fear they have lost starting inside linebacker Anthony Hitchens for the season with a knee injury.Hitchens was injured Saturday in Dallas as the Cowboys hosted the Oakland Raiders. He couldn’t put any weight on his injured leg and had to be helped to the locker room. This is a huge blow to Dallas’ front seven, which already opens the season...
Via Sportsnaut
August 27, 2017  |  Discuss

Anthony Hitchens Turning Heads and Making Plays

If you were like me, then you were glued to your TV last night with a close eye on the defense. Leading up to the game we all knew we were missing several starters on the defensive side of the ball, but we still wanted to see who from all these backups would standout. Unfortunately, the defensive backups were gashed with regularity and it was painful to watch as it stirred flashbacks...
Via CowboysBlog.Net
August 08, 2014  |  Discuss

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