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Mayhew likes linemen, not wideouts
profootballtalk.com Updated Mar 25, 2013
There’s a perception that the Lions love receivers. They don’t, at least not as much as they used to. According to Anwar Richardson of MLive.com, G.M. Martin Mayhew refuted the idea that the fumes of Matt Millen are still lingering in Detroit, even thShare Tweet
Tight end Jermichael Finley, who was due a $3 million bonus Monday, will remain with the Green Bay Packers this season.Share TweetFree-agent cornerback Kevin Barnes has signed a one-year contract with the Browns, the club said Monday. Barnes, 26, appeared in a pair of games for Detroit last season before being released in September. The Lions acquired him in the preseason from Was…Share Tweet
Bears bring back Jonathan ScottThe Bears made improving their offensive line an offseason priority, but they’ve brought one of the incumbents back The team announced they had brought back free agent tackle Jonathan Scott with a one-year deal. Scott started seven games for the Bears lShare TweetThe Redskins are slated to host former Vikings cornerback Antoine Winfield on Wednesday, NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported Monday. The Vikings released Winfield less than two weeks ago. The club is still in contact with Winfield, as are one or two othShare Tweetyahoo.com Mar 25, 2013All right, this is great. Anthony Adams is a nine-year veteran of the league, a defensive tackle first for the 49ers and, most recently, for the Bears. He's decided to step away from the game, and after a slow pan of his achievements, we see him in his …Share TweetESPN.com Mar 25, 2013Chicago Bears Chicago continues to move on from Brian Urlacher by signing veteran linebacker James Anderson. Tom Zbikowski says he's "never been happier" after agreeing to terms on a contract with the Bears. Detroit Lions Jim Schwartz on free-…Share Tweet
Hawk gives up nearly $2 million to stay in Packers’ plansWhen Packers linebacker A.J. Hawk recently restructured his contract, it wasn’t the type of restructuring that moves money around for cap purposes. Instead, it moved money out of his pocket in 2013. According to Pete Dougherty of the Green Bay Press-GazShare TweetCNNSI.com Mar 25, 2013You can stop panicking now, Baltimore. It was another bad week in the Ravens' tumultuous offseason, but the Elvis Dumervil deal means the sky isn't falling, Peter King writes.Share Tweet