New England released Vince Wilfork to create $8 million in cap space, but the former Hurricanes standout didn't say he's committed to playing in 2015.New England released Vince Wilfork to create $8 million in cap space, but the former Hurricanes standout didn't say he's committed to playing in 2015.
Chris Brown / Inside the Bills | Buffalobills.com 6 hours ago
He returned from a torn Achilles to play in 2014 and won a Super Bowl with New England. But today Vince Wilfork announced on Twitter that the Patriots are not going to pick up his option year. Wilfork issued a statement on his Twitter account that stated his relationship with the Patriots organization was in […]
Pats Pulpit 5 hours ago
New England is moving on from their captain and cornerstone- what does that mean for the Patriots defense? Defensive tackle Vince Wilfork announced that the Patriots will not be picking up the option in his contract, which would have brought him under contract for the 2015 and 2016 seasons. For the...
CBS Sports 4 hours ago
New England Patriots defensive tackle Vince Wilfork has announced that the team has decided not to pick up his contract option, and that he will subsequently become a free agent. Boomer and Carton discuss his recent performance on the field.
Congrats to the newest Niner! pic.twitter.com/8lGnY2fwEG — Drew Rosenhaus (@RosenhausSports) March 5, 2015 Darnell Dockett is joining a 49ers defensive line that could especially need his veteran presence if Justin Smith retires. Dockett signed a two-year, $7.5 million deal with… Continue Reading →
Denver Post 3 hours ago
SAN FRANCISCO — Defensive tackle Darnell Dockett has signed a two-year contract with the San Francisco 49ers that will keep him in the NFC West after playing all of his 10 NFL seasons with
San Jose Mercury News 3 hours ago
Darnell Dockett is joining a 49ers defensive line that could especially need his veteran presence if Justin Smith retires.
Arizona Republic 4 hours ago
Former Cardinals defensive lineman Darnell Dockett has signed a two-year deal with the San Francisco 49ers.
Interesting comments by the Cardinals head coach. Arizona Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians isn't afraid to give his opinion. He was a guest on NFL AM on Wednesday and had interesting comments about the recently traded running back LeSean McCoy. McCoy is reportedly going to be traded next week once the new NFL league year begins from the Philadelphia Eagles to the Buffalo Bills in exchange for linebacker Kiko Alonso. Arians knew McCoy was available via trade, but said the Cardinals were not interested. "It wasn't a good fit for us," Arians said. He wasn't a fit...how? He has rushed for at...
Buffalo Rumblings 6 hours ago
The Buffalo Bills are reportedly going to re-structure LeSean McCoy's contract. What will that involve, and what might it look like? Let's break it down. In the wake of the Buffalo Bills' shocking acquisition of running back LeSean McCoy in a Tuesday trade, McCoy's contract, his massive 2015 salary...
Bleeding Green Nation 4 hours ago
ENOUGH IS ENOUGH. Wow are you kidding me with this? Here we go again with this team I’m really about to give up I’m serious. Chip Kelly, the coach of the Eagles (football) team, has no idea what he’s even doing anymore. I got home last night from working hard at my job from 8:30 to 5:30 only...
CBS Sports 4 hours ago
CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora discusses the big trade between the Bills and Eagles, and what both teams may do going forward.
IRVING, Texas -- The question was being asked before Peyton Manning agreed to take a $4 million pay cut from the Denver Broncos on Wednesday: Why doesn't Tony Romo take a cut in pay to help the Dallas Cowboys keep Dez Bryant and DeMarco Murray? Well, he doesn't have to. Nor should he. And if the Cowboys want to sign Bryant and Murray to long-term deals, they don't need any cash from Tony Romo. Romo is set to make a $17 million base salary in 2015 and count an NFL-high $27.
Mile High Report 8 hours ago
Good Morning Broncos Country Last night the Denver Broncos and quarterback Peyton Manning agreed to a four-million-dollar pay cut and will be returning to the Denver Broncos in 2015 pending a physical. If/when Manning passes that physical this morning the Broncos will officially announce the deal. When...
Mile High Report 5 hours ago
The Denver Broncos' faith in Brock Osweiler's potential to lead the team was made apparent Wednesday when Peyton Manning was re-signed. While many fans have been dead-set on the potential of Denver Broncos' backup quarterback Brock Osweiler, the numbers simply aren't there. Osweiler for his career...
CBS Sports 5 hours ago
Denver Broncos quarterback has agreed to take a $4 million pay cut to stay with the team next season, reducing his salary to $15 million. Boomer and Carton discuss the logic behind the decision.
As the Browns try to lure free-agent wide receiver Brian Hartline back to Northeast Ohio, other suitors continue to surface. Hartline, a Canton native who attended GlenOak High School and Ohio State, will visit the Houston Texans on Thursday, his agent, Drew Rosenhaus, told NFL Network. The 6-foot-2, 200-pound Hartline visited the Chicago Bears on Wednesday and the Browns on Tuesday. His camp has engaged in contract discussions with the Browns since then. Last week, veteran quarterback Josh McCown chose the Browns over the Buffalo Bills by agreeing to a three-year, $14 million contract....
Browns Beat | Plain Dealer 7 hours ago
Will the Browns be able to beat out the Bears in the competition for free agent wide receiver Brian Hartline?
The Tennessee Titans should have an inside track on bringing former New England Patriots safety Devin McCourty to Nashville. Safeties that can play center field are in high demand in today's NFL, and they are really hard to find. That is why when one becomes available, teams should jump all over him. Devin McCourty is that guy. He is ranked by Pro Football Focus as the best safety available in free agency. Here is part of what they had to say about him: Topping our list is McCourty, who made a seamless transition from corner (where he graded at +11.7 overall in his rookie season) to...
From Mike Triplett at ESPN.com: To me, this signals that the Saints might be planning to pony up and re-sign free agent Mark Ingram – something I was speculating as a possibility even before Thomas got released. If the Saints bring back Ingram, Khiry Robinson and Travaris Cadet or a mid-round draft pick next year, then sure, Thomas is expendable. Or if they lose Ingram, maybe they like another mid-level free agent such as Shane Vereen or C.J. Spiller. Or even Reggie Bush. There are bargains to be had all over the flooded free-agent running back market right now. One way or another, I have...
Outspoken safety responds to report that says otherwise.