This is the April 2, 2013 news archive. View today's NFC South rumors and news.

NFC South News and Rumors

Seau lawsuits merged with NFL concussion case

Seau lawsuits merged with NFL concussion case

CNNSI.com Updated Apr 2, 2013
Two wrongful-death lawsuits over the suicide of Pro Bowler Junior Seau have been consolidated with NFL concussion litigation in Philadelphia.
Upvote Share Tweet
  • Hixon’s visit ends in Carolina without a contract

    Hixon’s visit ends in Carolina without a contract

    profootballtalk.com Apr 2, 2013
    The Gettleman pipeline may not yet be delivering another former Giant to Carolina. According to Joseph Person of the Charlotte Observer, receiver Domenik Hixon ended his visit to the Panthers without a contract. The Raiders also have hosted Hixon, and t…
    Upvote Share Tweet
  • No Nnamdi Asomugha for Saints

    No Nnamdi Asomugha for Saints

    ESPN.com Apr 2, 2013
    Nnamdi Asomugha won’t be joining the New Orleans Saints. The veteran cornerback has agreed to a one-year deal with the San Francisco 49ers, according to Adam Schefter. The deal reportedly could be worth up to $3 million. But I don’t think Asomugha’s
    Upvote Share Tweet
  • Eric Wright meeting with Bucs officials today

    Eric Wright meeting with Bucs officials today

    profootballtalk.com Apr 2, 2013
    The Buccaneers still haven’t added a cornerback this offseason, but they are working on something at the position. According to Stephen Holder of the Tampa Bay Times, cornerback Eric Wright was at Bucs offices today meeting with coach Greg Schiano and g
    Upvote Share Tweet
  • NFC South afternoon update

    NFC South afternoon update

    ESPN.com Apr 2, 2013
    Time for an afternoon run through some odds and ends from around the division: TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS Cornerback Eric Wright reportedly met with coach Greg Schiano and general manager Mark Dominik, which could clear the way for him to stay with a restruct…
    Upvote Share Tweet
  • Bucs bring George Selvie back to familiar ground

    Bucs bring George Selvie back to familiar ground

    profootballtalk.com Apr 2, 2013
    In addition to a group of players which have been previously reported, the Buccaneers added a player who was once a terror in Tampa Bay. Former Jaguars defensive end George Selvie was the latest to join the Bucs’ late-free agency haul (along with kicker
    Upvote Share Tweet
  • NFC South: The over $5 million club

    NFC South: The over $5 million club

    ESPN.com Apr 2, 2013
    No NFC South player will take up a larger share of his team’s salary cap in 2013 than New Orleans quarterback Drew Brees. He’s counting $17.4 million, which easily places him well above anyone else in the division. Let’s take a look at which NFC Sou
    Upvote Share Tweet
  • Banks: Tank Carradine could make next epic comeback, but do tea…

    Banks: Tank Carradine could make next epic comeback, but do teams believe?

    CNNSI.com Apr 2, 2013
    You know about Adrian Peterson's comeback. Well, meet Tank Carradine. With the draft near, the pass rusher is trying to prove his bad knee won't keep him from dominance.
    Upvote Share Tweet
  • Buccaneers add competition at kicker

    Buccaneers add competition at kicker

    The Tampa Bay Buccaneers continue to show they’re serious about having competition at just about every position. The latest example of that came Tuesday. The Bucs have signed veteran kicker Nate Kaeding, according to the Tampa Tribune’s Roy Cummings.
    Upvote Share Tweet
  • Buccaneers need a pass-catching TE

    Buccaneers need a pass-catching TE

    ESPN.com Apr 2, 2013
    Almost all of the offseason talk about the Tampa Bay Buccaneers has focused on a defense that ranked No. 31 in the NFL last season. But there’s one huge need on the other side of the ball that hasn’t drawn a lot of talk. The Bucs need a pass-catching
    Upvote Share Tweet
  • What the national media are saying about the New Orleans Saints…
  • Today in NFC South history

    Today in NFC South history

    ESPN.com Apr 2, 2013
    One year ago today, the Blog Network did a mock draft of the first round. The New Orleans Saints and Atlanta Falcons each were without a first-round pick, so I had to only make picks for the Carolina Panthers and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. I hit on one o…
    Upvote Share Tweet

Sports Columnists

  • Peter King: Palmer deal had to happen, more QB musical chairs; mail

    Apr 2
    It's another day to write about quarterbacks. Three topics I want to clear up, in the wake of all the quarterback action in the last few days.
  • Don Banks: Tank Carradine could make next epic comeback, but do teams beli…

    Apr 2
    Chances are there are no Adrian Petersons waiting to be discovered in this year's NFL draft class. For the first time in league history, there might not even be a running back taken in the first round.