Wake Forest LB Aaron Curry might not be available when the Kansas City Chiefs pick third overall in next month’s NFL draft, but they’re doing their due diligence in case he falls to them. Curry has a private workout scheduled with the Chiefs on April 2-3, then an interview with them on April 14-15.
Archive for March, 2009
Jets all-purpose RB Leon Washington is seeking a long-term contract extension, the New York Daily News reports, and believes his versatility puts him in exclusive company.
Marvel Smith, who started 108 of 111 career games with the Pittsburgh Steelers at offensive tackle, has agreed to a two-year deal with the San Francisco 49ers, The Sacramento Bee reports. Financial terms of the contract weren’t disclosed, but it’s incentive-laden because of Smith’s injury history.
If disgruntled Broncos QB Jay Cutler ends up being traded to the Jets, at least one of his new teammates wouldn’t throw him a welcome-to-New York party.
One day after the run-in between a Dallas police officer and Houston Texans RB Ryan Moats hit the airwaves and blogosphere, NFL Players Association executive director DeMaurice Smith released a statement on the situation.
The Jaguars hosted free-agent WR Torry Holt on Thursday, according to the Florida Times-Union.
Chiefs TE Tony Gonzalez did not request a trade, according to new general manager Scott Pioli.
Raiders QB JaMarcus Russell showed up for the team’s voluntary workouts, according to the San Francisco Chronicle, just days after coach Tom Cable gave the young signal-caller a not-so-gentle nudge about leadership at this week’s NFL Annual Meeting.
Rutgers’ top prospect, WR Kenny Britt and 11 other teammates showed off their skills in front of representatives from 27 NFL teams on Thursday, including Bears offensive coordinator Ron Turner.
San Diego State’s March 25 pro day drew representatives from 25 different teams. Twenty one players worked out outdoors on FieldTurf. Due to 5-10 mph winds, players ran one 40-yard dash with the wind and the second against it.
Suspended Falcons QB Michael Vick could be nearing the end of his legal troubles, but he still has some work to do if he’s ever going to play in the NFL again.