Jared Gaither keeps popping up on the rumor mill as one of the restricted free agents who is drawing interest from teams around the league.
Gaither was tendered with a first-round pick by the Ravens, and Jason La Canfora noted several weeks ago a second-round pick could get the conversation started. All indications are the Ravens appear willing to move Gaither, and Ken Murray of The Baltimore Sun might have offered up one of the reasons why when he referred to Gaither’s work ethic as “half-baked.”
Still, a starting left tackle last season, Gaither represents one of the more intriguing restricted free agents — as well as one who sounds like a realistic option for teams that miss out on the top tier of tackles in the draft’s first round.
Here are a few other stories making the rounds Around the Web on Sunday:
- In the wake of Flozell Adams’ departure from the Cowboys, QB Tony Romo told the Star-Telegram he doesn’t think the team’s front office should consult him on personnel moves.
- Vikings second-year WR Percy Harvin has bulked up this offseason, but continues to be bothered by migraines, according to the Star Tribune.
- Another second-year player, Bills LB Aaron Maybin, told Buffalobills.com he believes the team’s new 3-4 defense is a perfect system for him.
- Tim Sullivan of The San Diego Union-Tribune debunked rumors the Chargers will trade LT Marcus McNeill.
- Are the Eagles done making moves at quarterback? With only Kevin Kolb and Michael Vick on the roster, Geoff Mosher of The Wilmington News suggests the Eagles will look toward the draft.
- Cardinals RB Chris Wells is looking forward to being more productive in his second season, writes Dan Bickley of The Arizona Republic.