QB | Bruce Gradkowski | Oakland Raiders | Free Agency News
David White, of the San Francisco Chronicle, reports the Oakland Raiders intend to assign a second-round tender to impending free-agent QB Bruce Gradkowski. Once the move happens, the Raiders have the right to match any contract offer tendered by another team or accept a second-round draft pick in return for losing Gradkowski. Should he sign the tender, Gradkowski would receive $1.759 million for one year.
QB | David Carr | New York Giants | Free Agency News
Ohm Youngmusik, of the New York Daily News, reports New York Giants general manager Jerry Reese said he has had talks with impending free-agent QB David Carr about the possibility of a new contract.
RB | Chris Johnson | Tennessee Titans | Draft Information
NFL Network reports Southern California S Taylor Mays posted an unofficial time of 4.24 seconds in the 40-yard dash at the NFL Scouting Combine. Should the time hold officially, Mays would tie the record in the drill set by Tennessee Titans RB Chris Johnson.
RB | Brian Westbrook | Free Agent | Free Agency News
Les Bowen, of the Philadelphia Daily News, reports Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said he believes free-agent RB Brian Westbrook (Eagles) has a lot left. Harbaugh added, "He's going to have plenty of opportunities to play . . . We'd be interested in Brian Westbrook; I guess I can say that, he's free. We'll just have to see what happens."
RB | Leon Washington | New York Jets | Free Agency News
Rich Cimini, of the New York Daily News, reports it is believed the New York Jets will tender restricted free-agent RB Leon Washington a second-round offer.
RB | Thomas Jones | New York Jets | Fantasy
Updating a previous report, Rich Cimini, of the New York Daily News, reports the New York Jets have announced they will release RB Thomas Jones Friday, March 5.
RB | Mike Bell | New Orleans Saints | Transaction, Free Agency News
Updating a previous report, Adam Caplan, of Scout.com, reports the New Orleans Saints tendered restricted free-agent RB Mike Bell the low offer, according to a source.
WR | Patrick Crayton | Dallas Cowboys | Free Agency News
Mark Francescutti, of The Dallas Morning News, reports Dallas Cowboys WR Patrick Crayton would not be opposed to the team bringing back Buffalo Bills impending free-agent WR Terrell Owens. "I would actually feel kinda fine about Owens returning," Crayton said in an interview this past week. "I doubt if it happens, seriously, because of the year that WR Miles (Austin) had, and they were expecting him to be able to have that year. That's why they let T.O. go. From a friends standpoint, it'd be good. I don't think chemistry-wise, though, it'd be good."
WR | Brad Smith | New York Jets | Free Agency News
Rich Cimini, of the New York Daily News, reports it is believed the New York Jets will tender restricted free-agent WR Brad Smith a second-round offer.
TE | Alex Smith | Philadelphia Eagles | Free Agency News
Les Bowen, of the Philadelphia Daily News, reports the Philadelphia Eagles are not expected to try to retain impending restricted free-agent TE Alex Smith.
TE | Brandon Manumaleuna | San Diego Chargers | Free Agency News
Bill Williamson, of ESPN.com, reports the Chicago Bears may have interest in San Diego Chargers impending free-agent TE Brandon Manumaleuna.
PK | Stephen Gostkowski | New England Patriots | Free Agency News
Ian Rapoport, of the Boston Herald, reports the New England Patriots could tender restricted free-agent PK Stephen Gostkowski the low offer. The Patriots could let Gostkowski see what kind of contract he could get from another team and decide to match the offer.
PK | Matt Stover | Indianapolis Colts | Free Agency News
Ken Murray, of The Baltimore Sun, reports Jim Steiner, agent for Indianapolis Colts impending free-agent PK Matt Stover, said Stover likely will not return to the Baltimore Ravens this offseason.
OG | Kevin Boothe | New York Giants | Transaction, Free Agency News
Ralph Vacchiano, of the New York Daily News, reports the New York Giants have tendered restricted free-agent OG Kevin Boothe an offer. It is not known what level offer Boothe received.
OT | Orlando Pace | Free Agent | Transaction
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the Chicago Bears have released OT Orlando Pace, according to a league source.
OT | Bryant McKinnie | Minnesota Vikings | Injury News
Kevin Seifert, of ESPN.com, reports Minnesota Vikings OT Bryant McKinnie (feet) said via his Twitter page that he has been diagnosed with plantar fasciitis in both of his feet.
OL | Darnell Stapleton | Pittsburgh Steelers | Free Agency News
Adam Caplan, of Scout.com, reports the Pittsburgh Steelers are not expected to tender an offer to restricted free-agent OG Darnell Stapleton.
DL | Tony Brown | Tennessee Titans | Free Agency News
Terry McCormick, of The City Paper, reports the Tennessee Titans and the agent for DL Tony Brown continue to negotiate a long-term extension; however, the deal may not be completed by the March 5 deadline for free agency. Brown is scheduled to become a restricted free agent. The Titans will likely have to put either a first or second-round tender on Brown if he is not re-signed prior to free agency.
DL | Montavious Stanley | Jacksonville Jaguars | Transaction, Free Agency News
Adam Schefter, of ESPN, reports the Jacksonville Jaguars have re-signed DT Montavious Stanley. Terms of the contract were not disclosed. Stanley was scheduled to be a restricted free agent this offseason.
DL | Mark Anderson | Chicago Bears | Free Agency News
Sean Jensen, of Chicago Sun-Times, reports the Chicago Bears may tender a second-round offer to restricted free-agent DE Mark Anderson to try to lure other teams in trying to sign him so they would have the choice to either match the offer or receive a second-round pick.
LB | Karlos Dansby | Arizona Cardinals | Free Agency News
Brian Biggane, of The Palm Beach Post, reports there is speculation that over a dozen teams could be interested in pursuing Arizona Cardinals impending free-agent LB Karlos Dansby. The New York Giants, Washington Redskins, Chicago Bears and Miami Dolphins are among the teams showing interest.
LB | D'Qwell Jackson | Cleveland Browns | Free Agency News
Mary Kay Cabot, of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, reports Cleveland Browns impending restricted free-agent LB D'Qwell Jackson said he expects to receive a first-round tender offer. Jackson said he expects to play with the Browns next season but is not sure what his future hold after that.
LB | Danny Clark | New York Giants | Free Agency News
Ohm Youngmusik, of the New York Daily News, reports New York Giants general manager Jerry Reese said he has had talks with impending free-agent QB Danny Clark about the possibility of a new contract.
LB | Gary Brackett | Indianapolis Colts | Free Agency News
Aaron Wilson, of the National Football Post, reports Indianapolis Colts president Bill Polian said during a television interview that the team is not close to a contract with impending free-agent LB Gary Brackett but continue to work on a deal.
CB | Nathan Jones | Miami Dolphins | Free Agency News
Mike Berardino, of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, reports the Miami Dolphins are not expected to re-sign impending free-agent CB Nathan Jones, according to a source.
FS | C.C. Brown | New York Giants | Free Agency News
Alex Marvez, of FOXSports.com, reports the New York Giants have given FS C.C. Brown a restricted free-agent tender, according to a source. Brown is set to earn $1.226 million in 2010 if he signs the deal. The Giants would not receive draft-pick compensation if Brown were to sign elsewhere and the team declined to match.
FS | Ryan Clark | Pittsburgh Steelers | Free Agency News
Updating a previous report, Aaron Wilson, of the National Football Post, reports the Pittsburgh Steelers plan to let impending free-agent FS Ryan Clark test free agency, according to a league source.
FS | Danieal Manning | Chicago Bears | Free Agency News
Sean Jensen, of Chicago Sun-Times, reports it appears the Chicago Bears will tender restricted free-agent FS Danieal Manning an original pick offer. The Bears would receive a third-round pick if he left even though they selected him the second round. The collective bargaining agreement states teams need to upgrade the round offered, which would mean the Bears would have to give Manning a first-round tender offer.
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