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March 13, 2014
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Eric Decker, Jets agree to 5-year contract

USA Today "The New York Jets apparently didn't land Darrelle Revis, but they did find someone for him to cover twice a year. Former Denver Broncos receiver Eric Decker agreed to terms late Wednesday night, the Jets announced. The deal is for five years and $36.25 million with $15 million in guarantees, a..." March 13

  • Darrelle Revis agrees with Patriots

    ESPN.com "Cornerback Darrelle Revis and the New England Patriots have reached agreement on a one-year, $12 million deal, according to league sources. Revis still needs to pass his physical and sign his contract. Once he does, it will continue Revis' reign as the NFL's highest paid cornerback and gives..." March 13

  • Cardinals sign Jonathan Dwyer, Ted Larsen, Marcus Benard

    Pro Football Talk "After the retirement of Rashard Mendenhall, the Cardinals have picked up another former Steelers running back. Jonathan Dwyer, a 2010 sixth-round pick of the Steelers who has played his entire career in Pittsburgh, has signed with the Cardinals. Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians was the..." March 13

  • Steve Smith seen as distraction by Panthers

    NFL.com "Steve Smith and his agent know that his time is up in Carolina. We're starting to learn more about why the Panthers are letting him go. From The Charlotte Observer's Joseph Person: "Sources say (general manager Dave) Gettleman views Smith as a distraction and is ready to turn the locker room..." March 12

  • Broncos sign DeMarcus Ware to three-year, $30M deal

    CBSSports.com "John Elway isn't messing around, kids. Just over 12 hours after dropping a $57 million bombshell by signing cornerback Aqib Talib, Elway made another splash by inking defensive end DeMarcus Ware to a massive contract, CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora reports. That deal is truly a..." March 12

  • Steve Smith "is not going to play for the Panthers next year"

    Cat Scratch Reader "Now it's a matter of time before the veteran receiver is released. Steve Smith could be playing football in 2014, it just wont be for the Carolina Panthers. The 34-year-old receiver is waiting for the team to make an announcement on his future, but his agent isn't holding back. Derrick Fox..." March 12

  • Pro Football Talk "Pierre Thomas won’t be going anywhere after all. Thomas, the running back who was rumored to be on the verge of getting traded or cut by the Saints, will instead stay in New Orleans after agreeing to a new contract. Thomas’s agent, Lamont Smith, revealed on Twitter that the two sides have..." March 12

  • Pewter Report "Buccaneers head coach Lovie Smith added the veteran quarterback to the mix at the position that he wanted when Tampa Bay signed Josh McCown to a two-year contract. McCown will compete with Mike Glennon, who started the final 13 games of his

  • Aqib Talib, Broncos agree to six-year deal

    NFL.com "While their Super Bowl XLVIII opponents were assembled primarily through the draft, John Elway's Denver Broncos have leaned heavily on free agency. That blueprint will remain in place for 2014. With safety T.J. Ward already in the bank and stud pass rusher DeMarcus Ware on the horizon, Elway..." March 12

  • New York Daily News "The Daily News has learned that the Jets have expressed a real interest in Packers free-agent wide receiver James Jones. The Jets, who released Santonio Holmes this week, desperately need to bolster its receiving corps to inject life into one of the league’s worst pass offenses from last..." March 12

  • Jason Hatcher scheduled to visit with Raiders after Seahawks

    Pro Football Talk "Defensive tackle Jason Hatcher is drawing a fair amount of interest around the league after turning in a strong 2013 season with the Cowboys. Hatcher is visiting with the Seahawks on Wednesday and Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports that he’s scheduled to visit with the Raiders when his meeting..." March 12

  • Mike Neal reports Mike Neal is staying in Green Bay for two years

    Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "The Arizona Cardinals and Chicago Bears were interested, but apparently Mike Neal is staying put in Green Bay. The free agent outside linebacker reported himself on Twitter that he'd be re-signing with the Packers. He tweeted, "Hi Green Bay!!! I'll enjoy your winters for two more..." March 12

  • San Diego Union-Tribune "The Chargers have struck in free agency. After more than seven hours passed quietly, they agreed to terms Tuesday night with Donald Brown, sources said. The former Colts running back joins San Diego on a three-year deal worth $10.5 million, $4 million of which is guaranteed. It is the same..." March 12

  • Pro Football Talk "The Patriots have lined up visits with several free agents over the last two days, but they have yet to add anyone to the roster. On Wednesday, they dropped someone. Mike Reiss of ESPNBoston.com reports that the team has told defensive tackle Isaac Sopoaga that he will be released. Sopoaga..." March 12

  • NFL.com "The San Diego Chargers continued to add pieces to their 2014 roster, bringing the versatile David Johnson into the fold on Wednesday. The tight end is regarded as an excellent blocker with pass catching ability, and has appeared at fullback over his career as well. Over four seasons with the..." March 12

  • Niners, Dolphins announce Martin trade

    Pro Football Talk "Tackle Jonathan Martin is indeed returning to the Bay Area. And he’ll play for one of his head coaches at Stanford, Jim Harbaugh. The 49ers and Dolphins have issued separate statements announcing the trade. The Dolphins describe the compensation as an undisclosed draft pick. The trade..." March 12

  • NFL.com "NFL Media's Aditi Kinkhabwala reported Tuesday that the Cleveland Browns went into free agency looking for help at safety, slot receiver and running back. After locking up Donte Whitner and floating an offer sheet to pass-catcher Andrew Hawkins, the Brownies are on the prowl for that..." March 12

  • ESPN.com "The New Orleans Saints reached agreement with former Buffalo Bills safety Jairus Byrd on a six-year, $54 million deal that includes $28 million guaranteed, sources told ESPN's Josina Anderson and ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter. The Saints announced the six-year deal Tuesday night, but not..." March 12

  • Jaguars trade QB Blaine Gabbert to 49ers for sixth-round draft pick

    CBSSports.com "After only three seasons, the Blaine Gabbert experiment is over in Jacksonville. The Jaguars announced on Tuesday that they've traded Gabbert, the 10th overall pick in the 2011 NFL Draft, to the 49ers. In exchange for Gabbert, Jacksonville will get a sixth-round draft pick from San Francisco,..." March 12


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