• Huff won’t wait for Cowboys, has other trips planned

    Summary of 15 articles · Updated Mar 29, 2013
    Huff said Tuesday that his visit with the Cowboys went well, but that he wasn’t sure how long he could wait for the Cowboys to clear enough salary cap space to make an offer. Huff should step into the starting lineup immediately. "He's going to enable us to keep doing the things that we've been doing on defense and even build on those things," Ravens coach John Harbaugh said of Huff. A day after officially signing Pro Bowl pass-rusher Elvis Dumervil , the Ravens struck a three-year, $6 million deal with former Raiders safety Michael Huff , according to ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter. He had visited the Dallas Cowboys earlier in the week before reaching a deal with the Ravens. Remember back around Super Bowl time when DeSean Jackson talked about new Eagles coach Chip Kelly using him the way Kelly used running back De'Anthony Thomas at Oregon? Well, Paul Domowitch has a more realistic view on that.
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