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The Colts have signed Jets free agent safety LaRon Landry, the club said Wednesday night. CBS’ Jason La Canfora first reported the Colts-Landry pact. Per Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, the contract is for four years and includes $14 million guaranteed.Share Tweet
Gosder Cherilus had options, so he did his due diligence.Share Tweet
Colts' backup QB choices are super-weakESPN.com Mar 13, 2013Drew Stanton knows Bruce Arians’ system quite well from working as Andrew Luck’s backup, and could have a chance for some playing time in Arizona. His departure to the Cardinals means the Indianapolis Colts have a new need: A No. 2 behind Luck. It's hShare TweetJohn Elway calls the shots in Denver. But he checks with Peyton Manning first. Elway, the Broncos’ front office boss, confirmed today that before signing free agent receiver Wes Welker, he first called Manning to see whether Manning thought Welker wouldShare Tweet
Colts owner Jim Irsay says he spent 'with the top of the top' in free agencyindystar.com Mar 13, 2013Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay has a message for the fans.Share Tweet
Titans add Moise FokouThe Titans have agreed with Colts free agent linebacker Moise Fokou on a two-year contract, Jim Wyatt of the Nashville Tennessean reported on Wednesday. The 27-year-old Fokou played 390 snaps for Indianapolis in 2012, per Pro Football Focus. Fokou recor…Share Tweet
Cardinals continue shopping spree with DB helpThe Cardinals are doing their best to catch up with the Dolphins and Colts and Eagles for bulk signings, and they’re doing it with guys they’re familiar with. In addition to the previously reported signings of running back Rashard Mendenhall, quarterbShare TweetThe Cardinals have added another competitor to a crowded group at quarterback. Drew Stanton, formerly the Colts’ backup quarterback, signed a three-year contract with Arizona, agent Mike McCartney said Wednesday. Stanton didn’t play in a regular-seasShare TweetThe Kansas City Chiefs gave new quarterback Alex Smith another weapon Wednesday, agreeing to a contract with receiver Donnie Avery, a source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.Share TweetThe Titans wanted to spend money last year, but neither Peyton Manning nor Mario Williams wanted it. This year, former Bills guard Andy Levitre was happy to take it. Per a source with knowledge of the contract, Levitre’s six-year deal is worth $46.8 milShare TweetESPN.com Mar 13, 2013With Jerrell Freeman, Darius Butler and Mike McGlynn, with the re-signings of Reggie Wayne and Robert Mathis, with a wonderful draft class and with his even temperament, Indianapolis Colts general manager Ryan Grigson bought himself the benefit of the d…Share TweetFree agent cornerback Jerraud Powers arrived in Arizona Tuesday night for a meeting with the Cardinals and his former coach Bruce Arians. Powers is very fond of Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians after playing for him last season with the Indianapolis Co…Share Tweet
Peter King: Pats failure to keep Welker must be crushing blow to BradyMar 13It is highly unlikely that Wes Welker signing in Denver for a relative pittance is what Tom Brady had in mind when he gave the Patriots $15 million in cap relief two weeks ago.
Don Banks: Not just leverage: Welker spurns Patriots, signs with BroncosMar 13He wears, at times, the unflattering tag of "system'' receiver, but I guess we're about to find out if Wes Welker can live with being known as a multiple-system receiver. Because the newest Broncos play-maker just left his comfort zone in New Engla…
Buffalo Bills, Oakland Raiders, Carolina Panthers save money under capMar 13The Buffalo Bills, Carolina Panthers and Oakland Raiders used the 'June 1" cut designation on three players released Tuesday in order to save room under this year's salary cap.
NFL - Day 1 winners and losers in free agencyMar 13Jeffri Chadiha says the Dolphins and Chiefs are the clear winners after the first day of free agency but the Ravens and Steelers are left hurting.