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NFC South News and Rumors
Last week, 13 teams had more than $10 million in cap space. As of today, that number is down to 11. Still, this means that more than one third of the league has plenty of spending room. They are Jaguars ($28.3 million); Browns ($27.2 million); Buccaneer…
Share TweetThe Panthers’ perpetual search for complementary receivers has led them to a player new general manager Dave Gettleman is familiar with. According to Jason LaCanfora of CBSSports.com, former Giants wideout Domenik Hixon has agreed to terms with the PantSource: profootballtalk.comShare TweetTime for a run through some odds and ends from around the NFC South: Tampa Bay safety Ronde Barber said he still is undecided if he’ll retire or play another season. Barber said he expects to make a “gut decision,’’ but it hasn’t happened yet. ISource: ESPN.comShare TweetNFC South blogger Pat Yasinskas discusses the Falcons’ signing linebacker Brian Banks, who was exonerated last year in a California rape case.
State of the Franchise: Carolina PanthersApr 3Carolina Panthers linebacker Jon Beason joins "NFL Total Access" to talk about his return from knee surgery and quarterback Cam Newton's maturity.
Falcons Sign LB Brian BanksApr 3NFC South blogger Pat Yasinskas discusses the Falcons' signing linebacker Brian Banks, who was exonerated last year in a California rape case.
Limited Trade Market For RevisApr 3Adam Schefter discusses how Nnamdi Asomugha's deal with the 49ers affects Darrelle Revis' trade market.
Exonerated high school star Brian Banks signs with Atlanta FalconsApr 3The Atlanta Falcons have signed exonerated former high school football star Brian Banks to a free-agent contract.
Don Banks: 2013 NFL Mock Draft 4.0Apr 3If you're a first-round quarterback hopeful in this year's draft, it wasn't a good week. Not at all. Several teams in the quarterback-desperate top 10 perhaps decided they won't be buyers in this year's first round. No. 3 Oakland went out and wisely tra…