The arrival of WR Braylon Edwards has made a big splash in New York, but the return of LB Calvin Pace could prove to be more meaningful in the short- and long-term for the Jets.
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Posted: Saturday, August 22nd, 2009 | Jason La Canfora Tags: Albert Haynesworth, Andre Carter, Brian Orakpo, Charlie Batch, Chris Samuels, DeAngelo Hall, Fred Davis, Greg Blache, Jason Campbell, Jim Zorn, Ladell Betts, Malcolm Kelly, Mike Sellers, New England Patriots, Phillip Daniels, Pittsburgh Steelers, Washington Redskins
Redskins starting QB Jason Campbell had a troublesome outing against the Steelers, but the defense has looked great.
For the second consecutive day, statements from San Francisco 49ers head coach Mike Singletary on his interest (or non-interest) in suspended Falcons QB Michael Vick have crossed the NFL.com news desk.
In a five-hour span from the moment free agency kicked off, the Washington Redskins provided their own stimulus to the economy.
The Washington Redskins not only signed CB DeAngelo Hall to a six-year, $54 million deal with $22.5 million guaranteed, but they are working on trying to sign free-agent DT Albert Haynesworth and negotiating to bring back G Derrick Dockery, who was released by the Buffalo Bills on Thursday.
As the clock struck midnight, CB DeAngelo Hall struck it rich. Hall reached an agreement with the Redskins on a six-year, $54 million deal that includes $22.5 million guaranteed and $30 million in the first three seasons.
The Raiders won’t be afraid to make moves after 2008 didn’t work out as planned for the team.
The Raiders are close to locking up two of the main components of their secondary — one of the strengths of the team.
Do you think it was the old addition-by-subtraction scenario for the Raiders this week?
With DeAngelo Hall released (and signed by the Redskins), the Silver and Black haven’t been as much of an embarrassment. In fact, they’ve held Jake Delhomme to 72 yards and picked him off four times!
One fact further illustrates just how bad and embarrassing Oakland’s trade for cornerback DeAngelo Hall this offseason actually was. In addition to a fifth-round pick, the Raiders also traded a second-round pick, the 34th overall selection, to Atlanta for Hall.
As Washington debated signing former Raiders cornerback DeAngelo Hall, one of the coaches they consulted was former Oakland coach Lane Kiffin.
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What’s just as notable as the team cornerback DeAngelo Hall chose are the ones he didn’t.
The Washington Redskins have reached a one-year contract agreement with free-agent cornerback DeAngelo Hall.