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Cardinals continue shopping spree with DB help
profootballtalk.com Updated Mar 13, 2013
The Cardinals are doing their best to catch up with the Dolphins and Colts and Eagles for bulk signings, and they’re doing it with guys they’re familiar with. In addition to the previously reported signings of running back Rashard Mendenhall, quarterbShare Tweet
On Tuesday, the Eagles cut cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha. On Wednesday, the first word emerged of his potential destinations. Per a league source, the early candidates are the 49ers, Broncos, Cardinals, and Texans. Asomugha will get $4 million this year f…Share TweetIt’s not quite “dream team,” but it’s close. New Eagles defensive tackle Isaac Sopoaga, freshly arrived from San Francisco, went all in during his introductory press conference. “I believe and I promise that we are going to shock the world,”Share Tweet
Westbrook takes it all offBRIAN WESTBROOK: Legendary Eagles running back, Hall of Fame kisser? The retired Eagle was in town last weekend at the St. Patrick's Day Parade, reppin' shave company Gillette. If you didn't recognize him, there might be a good reason: Gillette persuade…Share Tweet
Live Updates: Eagles introduce new free agent acquisitionsJoin us for live updates as the Philadelphia Eagles introduce their newest free agent acquisitions, CB Bradley Fletcher, TE James Casey, S Patrick Chung, LB Jason Phillips, and DL Isaac Sopoaga.Share TweetThe Chargers have a glaring need on the offensive line, and they’re taking a low-key approach to fixing it. A day after signing former Eagles tackle King Dunlap, they’re now close to a deal with former Bills guard Chad Rinehart, according to Michael GShare TweetFormer Titans, Eagles and Bills quarterback Vince Young is eager to talk to any NFL team that will hear him out in an effort to explain why he deserves another chance in the NFL. He may have found one team that’s at least willing to listen. Young is inShare TweetFour of the five signings the Philadelphia Eagles announced Tuesday were on the defensive side of the ball, where they need the most help. But they have an issue on the offensive line as well, and they appear interested in doing some big-name shopping f…Share Tweet
Breakfast links: A quiet NFC EastESPN.com Mar 13, 2013Yeah, these things happen when only one of the teams in your division has cap room to burn. You have a quiet first day of free agency. The Eagles were busy and are likely to remain so, but the other three teams in our division look kind of sleepy right …Share TweetThe Chargers plan to shop for bargains in free agency. But that doesn’t mean they’ll drag their feet. According to multiple reports, the Chargers have agreed to terms with former Eagles tackle King Dunlap. Per Michael Gehlken of U-T San Diego, itâShare Tweet
Eagles reach deals with 5 free agents on first dayJUST AS FANS started to get good and worked up about the Eagles' inactivity in the early hours of free agency, the team dropped a load of signings on the reeling Twitterverse.Share Tweet
Peter King: Pats failure to keep Welker must be crushing blow to BradyMar 13It is highly unlikely that Wes Welker signing in Denver for a relative pittance is what Tom Brady had in mind when he gave the Patriots $15 million in cap relief two weeks ago.
Don Banks: Not just leverage: Welker spurns Patriots, signs with BroncosMar 13He wears, at times, the unflattering tag of "system'' receiver, but I guess we're about to find out if Wes Welker can live with being known as a multiple-system receiver. Because the newest Broncos play-maker just left his comfort zone in New Engla…
Buffalo Bills, Oakland Raiders, Carolina Panthers save money under capMar 13The Buffalo Bills, Carolina Panthers and Oakland Raiders used the 'June 1" cut designation on three players released Tuesday in order to save room under this year's salary cap.
NFL - Day 1 winners and losers in free agencyMar 13Jeffri Chadiha says the Dolphins and Chiefs are the clear winners after the first day of free agency but the Ravens and Steelers are left hurting.