Less than a month after surprisingly announcing his retirement, Derrick Mason is making a comeback with the Baltimore Ravens. The veteran receiver will send a letter to the NFL stating his intention to return to the league and is expected to join the Ravens on the field Sunday.
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Michael Vick completed his 23-month federal sentence Monday, but having been confined to his home for the last two months, the indefinitely suspended quarterback spent the last three weekends in his backyard training with speed and conditioning coach Tom Shaw, The St. Petersburg Times reports. Shaw, who has worked with quarterbacks Tom Brady, Peyton Manning and Jay Cutler in the past, said he is putting Vick through a training program designed to sharpen his skills as a quarterback.
Posted: Monday, July 20th, 2009 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Baltimore Ravens, Brady Quinn, Cleveland Browns, D.J. Hackett, Derek Anderson, Derrick Mason, Drew Bennett, Kevin Carter, Miami Dolphins, Ronnie Brown, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
While Derrick Mason remains in retirement purgatory, the Ravens will begin looking at free-agent wide receivers to replace the veteran.
In 2004, WR Drew Bennett started every game for the Titans and finished with a career-high 80 receptions for 1,247 yards and 11 touchdowns. Five years later, Bennett paid a visit to Titans headquarters as a free agent.
Veteran WR Drew Bennett, who was released by the Rams after two injury-plagued, unproductive seasons, worked out for the Falcons Thursday.
Among the moves they made in preparation for Friday’s free agency, the Rams released WR Drew Bennett and QB Trent Green.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports that the Rams released QB Trent Green and WR Drew Bennett.
The St. Louis Rams were among the teams making moves on Tuesday, signing veteran WR Eddie Kennison to help take the place of injured WR Drew Bennett.