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ClutchPoints Mar 21, 2019
Seahawks news: Jermaine Kearse ‘would love’ to return to Seattle

Seahawks news: Jermaine Kearse ‘would love’ to return to Seattle

Wide receiver Jermaine Kearse has been patiently testing the waters of free agency this offseason. It seems he is enamored with the prospect of returning to the Seattle Seahawks. Baldwin started his career with the Seahawks. He admitted during an appearance on Sports Radio 950 KJR that he is interested in going back to Seattle. […] The post Seahawks news: Jermaine Kearse ‘would love’ to return to Seattle appeared first on ClutchPoints.
12th Man Rising Mar 21, 2019

Seahawks re-signing Jermaine Kearse might be smart move

The Seahawks need a third option at receiver. But they might need a second now too. Is Jermaine Kearse the answer? Seahawks fans, it is time to fret. There are lots of reports that Doug Baldwin not only has had surgeries (notice the plural) since the season ended, but is going to have more surgeries […] Seahawks re-signing Jermaine Kearse might be smart move - 12th Man Rising - 12th Man Rising - A Seattle Seahawks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Niner Nation Mar 12, 2019
Report: 49ers are showing some interest in WR Jermaine Kearse

Report: 49ers are showing some interest in WR Jermaine Kearse

Is he the best available free agent WR? Per the Athletic’s Matt Barrows, the 49er’s have shown some interest in former Jets WR Jermaine Kearse: The wide receiver market is starting to percolate. #49ers have been showing some interest in Jets' Jermaine Kearse, dunno how serious.— Matt Barrows (@mattbarrows) March 12, 2019 The seriousness of this is still up in the air. What it does tell us is that the team is looking at some veteran names that are on the wide receiver market. Maybe not the wide receiver we all want, but a name either way. Kearse finished in the 80’s per...
Gang Green Nation Mar 11, 2019
Evening thread/Thoughts from the first afternoon of the legal tampering phase of Jets free agency

Evening thread/Thoughts from the first afternoon of the legal tampering phase of Jets free agency

NFL free agency sort of got underway this afternoon at noon Eastern as the legal tampering period began. There are still a number of big fish out there, but a few faces have agreed to terms on contracts. Jamison Crowder to sign with the Jets (3 years/$27.5 million) At times we look at free agency through too simplistic of a lens. A move is either a spectacular signing that will vastly improve a team or a disaster that will set a team back. This move fits neither description. There’s logic behind it. To start, Crowder should serve as an upgrade over Jermaine Kearse, Improving the...
ClutchPoints Mar 5, 2019
New York not expected to re-sign Jermaine Kearse

New York not expected to re-sign Jermaine Kearse

The New York Jets have already been linked to just about every high profile player that could hit the free agent market this offseason. However, the Jets may have to employ an addition by subtraction strategy early on in the 2019 offseason in order to properly spread some wealth throughout the team’s roster. As a […] The post New York not expected to re-sign Jermaine Kearse appeared first on ClutchPoints.

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