• Eagles to make an offer to Danny Amendola

    Summary of 25 articles · Updated Mar 16, 2013
    • Amendola’s deal hinges on him staying healthy

      Former Rams wide receiver Danny Amendola got a good deal from the Patriots, just not as good as initially advertised. According to Howard Balzer of the Sports Xchange, the deal which was reported as five years worth $31 million tops out around $28.5 mil…
    • Patriots announce Amendola signing

      Bill Belichick offered a statement on working with the receiver.
      Source: boston.com
    • Rams check out Long, tell Amendola farewell

      Lineman visits, but no deal yet; receiver agrees to deal with Patriots. Rams make offer to safety Delmas.
      Source: stltoday.com
    • Pats pay Amendola a lot more than they offered Welker

      Yes, Danny Amendola will make more per year on average than Wes Welker.  The latter gets $6 million per year over two from Denver, the former gets $6.2 million per year over five from New England. But here’s where it gets even more intriguing.  Per mu
    • Soft market for slot receivers could send Amendola back to Rams

      Before Wes Welker agreed to terms on a two-year, $12 million deal with the Broncos, a source with knowledge of the market told PFT that slot receivers are “getting screwed.” Also feeling the turning of the screws is free-agent receiver Danny Amendola.
    • The Rams' newest slot receiver is a TE

      2012 Production From Slot Only The St. Louis Rams have signed a slot receiver in free agency. Jared Cook is his name. He's a tight end, but as the chart shows, Cook made 36 of his 42 receptions last season after lining up in the slot -- a consideration …
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Vikings could jump into the Amendola derby

      With the Vikings trading Percy Harvin and missing on an opportunity to trade for Anquan Boldin and not jumping in to the Mike Wallace sweepstakes, the Vikings could be looking elsewhere for help at receiver. The list is now believed to include Rams rece…
  • Patriots busy in Day 4 of free agency

    The New England Patriots got off to a slow start to free agency. They didn’t sign anyone on the first day, but made the reactionary signing of receiver Danny Amendola after Wes Welker's departure. But New England has been busy during Day 4 of free agenc
    Source: ESPN.com

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