Not every free agent making the rounds this week is a household name. In fact, with the first wave of signings over, the bargain shoppers are out and about, looking for a deal.
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The New England Patriots have extended contract tenders to G Logan Mankins and K Stephen Gostkowski, according to NFL Network insider Michael Lombardi.
Posted: Friday, September 25th, 2009 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Atlanta Falcons, Brandon Meriweather, Chris Baker, Jerious Norwood, New England Patriots, Randy Moss, Shawn Springs, Week 3 injury report, Wes Welker
One week after facing the Jets without Wes Welker, the Patriots could be without Welker and fellow WR Randy Moss, who was held out of Friday’s practice with a back injury. Welker, who’s nursing a knee injury, also missed practice Friday, and his status for Sunday’s meeting with the Falcons is expected to be a game-time decision.
Posted: Saturday, September 19th, 2009 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Baltimore Ravens, Brandon Marshall, Brett Favre, Chris Baker, Cleveland Browns, Denver Broncos, Gary Guyton, Green Bay Packers, Jerod Mayo, Joshua Cribbs, Minnesota Twins, New England Patriots, New York Jets, Shannon Sharpe, Todd Heap
Former Broncos TE Shannon Sharpe, just days away from his induction into the team’s Ring of Fame, offered a few choice words directed toward disgruntled Denver WR Brandon Marshall.
Posted: Saturday, September 5th, 2009 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Alex Smith, Ben Watson, Chris Baker, David Thomas, Michael Matthews, New England Patriots, New Orleans Saints, New York Giants, roster cutdown
The Patriots released TE Alex Smith, just months after trading a fifth-round draft pick to the Buccaneers for his services.
So far, so good for Patriots QB Tom Brady in his comeback from a knee injury. In his first game action since Week 1 of last season, Brady started and played nearly all of the first half in Thursday’s <a preseason opener against the Eagles.
Patriots receiver Randy Moss tweaked his contract to allow the Patriots to make some moves in the early days of free agency.
One of football’s top rivalries got a little spicier Friday when New England reached agreement with former New York Jets tight end Chris Baker.
Continuing to make moves and create salary-cap space, the New York Jets will release starting guard Brandon Moore. While the Jets will lose a guard who now will be free to sign with any team, they will save nearly $7.5 million against their salary cap.
A standoff between the New York Jets and disgruntled tight end Chris Baker ended without fanfare and attention over the weekend when the two sides connected on a new deal.