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NFC West News and Rumors
The Seattle Seahawks announced Thursday restricted free agent safety Chris Maragos had signed his tender to remain with the team for next season. Maragos was given a right of first refusal tender by the Seahawks meaning they could match any offer sheet …Share Tweet
Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman recently told the Vancouver Sun “half the league” takes Adderall. Then he said he didn’t say it, essentially blaming the reporter for lying about Sherman’s words in order to boost the reporter’s career. The reShare TweetThe Saints added some tackle depth, but can’t be finished looking. The team announced they had signed former No. 2 overall pick Jason Smith to a one-year contract. Smith was a bust with the Rams after their 2009 draft investment, and never really made aShare Tweet
Raiders keep working on their secondaryThe Raiders have signed three new defensive backs this offseason, but they don’t appear to be done making changes to a unit that did not perform well last season. The team announced Thursday that they have signed safety Reggie Smith. Smith was a third-rShare TweetWhile there was a report yesterday that Antoine Winfield was close to a deal with the Seahawks, other teams are trying to get involved as well. According to Sean Jensen of the Chicago Sun-Times, one or two more “contenders” are trying to get into theShare Tweet
NFC West links: Rams draft bustsESPN.com Apr 11, 2013Arizona Cardinals The Cardinals on Wednesday agreed to terms on a deal with guard Chilo Rachal. When will the Cardinals secure their quarterback of the future? Revenge of the Birds weighs in: "After three seasons of quarterback play that more resem…Share Tweet
Team Needs: Arizona CardinalsThe first team from the NFC West is up in our look at the draft needs of teams across the league. The Arizona Cardinals hold the seventh pick in the first round and have plenty of holes to fill after losing 11 of their final 12 games last season to post…Share Tweet