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Sun, 02 Nov 2003 09:22:49 -0800
The Detroit Lions have announced CB Doug Evans will start in place of CB Dre' Bly, who is inactive.
Fri, 31 Oct 2003 12:34:24 -0800
The Detroit Lions have signed free agent CB Doug Evans (Panthers) to a contract, according to James Royer, of DetroitLions.com. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Sat, 11 Oct 2003 13:28:37 -0700
The Seattle Seahawks announced the release of CB Doug Evans.
Sun, 05 Oct 2003 09:36:58 -0700
The Seattle Seahawks have declared DL Anton Palepoi, CB Doug Evans, OT Floyd Womack, LB Orlando Huff, QB Seneca Wallace, CB Shawn Springs, LB Solomon Bates, OT Wayne Hunter inactive for Week 5.
Wed, 10 Sep 2003 19:28:07 -0700
Seattle Seahawks CB Doug Evans will work at backup safety after re-signing this week. Seattle had only three safeties after FS Terreal Bierria went on injured reserve. Evans could help at cornerback as well, but only if needed.
Tue, 09 Sep 2003 16:57:47 -0700
The Seattle Seahawks have re-signed CB Doug Evans. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Tue, 09 Sep 2003 10:25:41 -0700
Mike Sando, of the Tacoma News Tribune, reports the Seattle Seahawks are planning to re-sign free agent CB Doug Evans. The deal was not yet official, but an announcement could come Tuesday, Sept. 9. Evans will provide depth while Seahawks starting CB Shawn Springs recovers from a broken shoulder blade.
Sun, 31 Aug 2003 18:35:02 -0700
The Seattle Seahawks have announced the team has waived CB Doug Evans.
Tue, 12 Aug 2003 06:53:13 -0700
Updating previous reports, the Tacoma News Tribune reports Seattle Seahawks CB Doug Evans (Achilles) sat out of the morning practice Monday, Aug. 11.
Mon, 16 Dec 2002 23:36:05 -0800
Seahawks.com reports Seattle Seahawks CB Doug Evans (foot) was injured Sunday, but he is expected to be OK. He may miss a day or two of practice time.
Sat, 04 May 2002 09:04:05 -0700
Mike Sando, of the Tacoma News Tribune, reports Seattle Seahawks newcomer CB Doug Evans could challenge CB Ken Lucas for the starting job at right cornerback.
Sun, 14 Apr 2002 11:43:35 -0700
The Charlotte Observer reports the Carolina Panthers are about $721,000 below the 2002 salary cap. RB Tshimanga Biakabutuka, CB Doug Evans, QB Jeff Lewis, DT Tim Morabito, DE Jason Peter and DE Chuck Smith are still counting for about $9.9 million in "dead money."
Sat, 06 Apr 2002 10:59:00 -0800
Mike Sando reports for the Tacoma News Tribune CB Doug Evans' $3.8 million contract with the Seattle Seahawks is for three years Other sources had the deal as two-years.
Sat, 06 Apr 2002 00:50:40 -0800
Updating an earlier story, the AP reports agent Steve Weinberg told The Herald of Everett the two-year, $3.8 million contract agreed to with the Seattle Seahawks by CB Doug Evans included a $750,000 signing bonus. He is expected to compete for the starting position opposite Shawn Springs. His main competition will be Ken Lucas.
Fri, 05 Apr 2002 14:28:32 -0800
Len Pasquarelli reports for ESPN.com the Jacksonville Jaguars made a last ditch effort to contact the agent for CB Doug Evans on Friday, but an agreement between Evans and the Seattle Seahawks was already completed.
Fri, 05 Apr 2002 09:09:32 -0800
ESPN.com's Len Pasquarelli reports the Seattle Seahawks have agreed to terms with free agent CB Doug Evans (Panthers) on a two-year deal worth $3.8 million.
Sat, 23 Mar 2002 07:48:13 -0800
Sean Jensen reports for the Pioneer Press after signing free agent CB Corey Chavous Friday, the Minnesota Vikings have given up on signing free agent CB Donnie Abraham (Bucs). They also are no longer talking to free agent CB Doug Evans (Panthers). Chavous is projected to be the team's starter at left cornerback.
Thu, 21 Mar 2002 19:26:48 -0800
Mickey Spagnola reports for Dallas Cowboys.com any interest the team has in free agent DB Michael Booker (Titans) is mild interest at this point. Free agent CB Doug Evans (Panthers) has been linked to the Cowboys, but that seems to be more his agent calling the Cowboys than the Cowboys calling them.
Wed, 20 Mar 2002 18:46:53 -0800
According to the Star Tribune, free agent CBs Fred Vinson (Seahawks) and Corey Chavous (Cardinals) will visit the Minnesota Vikings Thursday. The team also remains interested in free agent CB Doug Evans (Panthers). The Vikings hope to sign a safety during the post-June 1 free agency period and also select at least one in the draft.
Tue, 19 Mar 2002 06:40:00 -0800
As an update to previous reports, Sean Jensen, of the Pioneer Press, reports the Minnesota Vikings will host free agents WR Willie Jackson (Saints), CB Doug Evans (Panthers), CB Corey Chavous (Cardinals), P Matt Turk and CB Fred Vinson (Saints) this week.
Mon, 18 Mar 2002 20:56:46 -0800
According to the Star Tribune, the Minnesota Vikings are showing some interest in free agent CB Doug Evans (Panthers). Evans will visit this week along with the previously reported free agent CB Fred Vinson.
Wed, 13 Mar 2002 10:24:46 -0800
The Post-Intelligencer reports the Seattle Seahawks visited with free agent CB Doug Evans (Panthers) and DL Brandon Mitchell (Patriots) Tuesday. Still on the shopping list for coach and GM Mike Holmgren are a veteran cornerback, a pass-rushing defensive end and a tight end. Free agent CB Jeff Burris (Colts) also remains on the team's short list.
Thu, 07 Mar 2002 07:24:02 -0800
The Denver Post reports the Denver Broncos are showing some interest in free agent CB Doug Evans (Broncos). Evans' agent, Steve Weinberg, said the Broncos have contacted him about his client and a visit could soon be arranged. Reportedly, the Seahawks are interested in him as well.
Fri, 22 Feb 2002 19:28:44 -0800
Updating an earlier story, John Clayton reports for ESPN Friday's release of RB Tim Biakabutuka, CBs Jimmy Hitchcock and Doug Evans and LB Dean Wells saved the Carolina Panthers $9.16 million of cap room.
Fri, 22 Feb 2002 15:12:13 -0800
Panthers.com reports the Carolina Panthers have released CB Doug Evans.
Fri, 22 Feb 2002 10:52:13 -0800
The Charlotte Observer reports the Carolina Panthers are about $7.5 million above the salary cap. To get under the cap, the team is expected to cut players and restructure some contracts. DL Sean Gilbert, CB Doug Evans and CB Jimmy Hitchcock are all candidates to restructure their deals or be released. The team is likely to cut ties with Evans or Hitchcock, or possibly both. The Panthers should also get $1.1 million in cap relief from DE Jason Peter as the team will either release him or he'll retire.
Mon, 18 Feb 2002 09:36:03 -0800
The Charlotte Observer reports the Houston Texans are unlikely to select RB Tim Biakabutuka, of the Carolina Panthers, because of concerns of his ongoing recovery from a severely injured foot. Biakabutuka, as reported, took a physical with the Texans previously. The Panthers also exposed CBs Doug Evans and Jimmy Hitchcock, DL Sean Gilbert and LB Dean Wells. However, none of them are expected to be taken.
Tue, 22 Jan 2002 23:07:57 -0800
ESPN reports the Carolina Panthers have placed RB Tim Biakabutuka, CB Doug Evans, DT Sean Gilbert, CB Jimmy Hitchcock and LB Dean Wells on their expansion list.
Tue, 22 Jan 2002 09:21:32 -0800
The Gaston Gazette reports Carolina Panthers DT Sean Gilbert has been confirmed as being on the team's five-man expansion list. He could be joined by high-priced CBs Doug Evans and Jimmy Hitchcock and possibly RB Tim Biakabutuka. Houston Texans coach Dom Capers brought Evans and Gilbert to Carolina in 1998, and drafted Biakabutuka in the first round back in 1996.
Thu, 03 Jan 2002 21:18:20 -0800
The Gaston Gazette reports Carolina Panthers CB Doug Evans said he is willing to restructure his contract to help the team's 2002 salary cap. He is set to cost the Panthers more than $6 million under next year’s salary cap. One caveat - he does not want the restructuring to include a pay cut.
Sun, 28 Oct 2001 19:31:51 -0800
Gary Myers reports for the New York Daily News one of New York Jets QB Vinny Testaverde's three interceptions in today's game had coach Herman Edwards fuming. Testaverde defied orders from the sidelines at the end of the first half to spike the ball at the Panthers 26. In practice, he faked the spike and threw a touchdown. It didn't work that way in the game. Instead, he threw a pick right to CB Doug Evans, whose 49-yard return set up a last-second 45-yard FG by John Kasay. "Vinny knew he blew it," Edwards said.
Sun, 28 Oct 2001 17:31:11 -0800
Panthers.com reports Carolina Panthers CB Doug Evans became the first player in the NFL to record an interception in six straight games since Redskins Barry Wilburn did it in 1987.
Sun, 14 Oct 2001 15:53:30 -0700
The Associated Press reports Carolina Panthers CB Doug Evans tied a team record by intercepting a pass for the fourth straight game.
Sun, 29 Jul 2001 17:47:01 -0700
According to the team's official site, Carolina Panthers RB Brad Hoover pulled his hamstring during Sunday's practice and he will miss at least five days of practice. The following were injured Sunday and are listed day-to-day: S Tony Booth (bruised left knee), CB Doug Evans (bruised thigh), WR Jermale Kelly (sprained thumb) and DE Michael Rucker (bruised hip). Rookie RB Dee Brown pulled his groin yesterday and he is also day-to-day.
Thu, 08 Mar 2001 10:58:39 -0800
The Charlotte Observer reports the Carolina Panthers have some interest in free agent DT Jason Ferguson (Jets) and may try to schedule a visit with him. The Panthers also have expressed interest in three free agent offensive linemen, G Frank Middleton (Bucs); C Jeff Mitchell (Ravens); and C Casey Wiegmann (Bears). WR Patrick Jeffers restructured his contract to save the team some cap money. The Panthers converted $945,000 of Jeffers' scheduled $1.4 million base salary into signing bonus money. Restructured deals for DL Sean Gilbert, CB Doug Evans and OL Bryan Stoltenberg have now been filed with the NFL.
Thu, 01 Mar 2001 00:38:05 -0800
The Gaston Gazette reports the release earlier today of CB Eric Davis, FB William Floyd, LB Lee Woodall and OL James Dexter saved the Carolina Panthers close to $9.88 million in salary cap room. The is also expected to restructure the contracts of OL Bryan Stoltenberg, DL Sean Gilbert and CB Doug Evans. The team could free up an additional $2.15 million if DE Reggie White retires. Agent Jimmy Sexton was not available for comment, but he had earlier said White would decide before March 2.
Fri, 16 Feb 2001 14:17:30 -0800
The Charlotte Observer's Charles Chandler reports the Carolina Panthers are now looking to restructure the contract of DT Sean Gilbert. Team officials already have told his agent, Gus Sunseri, that they plan to re-work the deal which could save the team another $3 million on the cap. The contracts of numerous other players, including CB Doug Evans, are expected to be renegotiated. DE Reggie White will either retire or return to the team with a new salary that lowers his cap hit.
Mon, 12 Feb 2001 00:24:16 -0800
Pat Yasinskas of the Charlotte Observer reports for the Sporting News the Carolina Panthers will be looking to FB William Floyd and OL James Dexter and Bryan Stoltenberg to either restructure their contracts or face being released by the team. The team has three expensive CBs in Doug Evans, Eric Davis and Jimmy Hitchcock and may not be able to keep all three at their current price. The team is expecting to meet with DE Reggie White sometime in the next few weeks to talk about his future. The team will make a tender offer to WR Donald Hayes, but has not said at which level. The Panthers will be looking for QB Dameyune Craig to step it up in training camp to keep his roster spot. QB Matt Lytle has been re-signed and he'll compete with Craig in camp.
Thu, 07 Dec 2000 10:39:36 -0800
The Charlotte Observer reports Carolina Panthers woes may continue next year, simply because the defensive backfield may take a big hit due to salary cap restraints. The Panthers are about $10 million over the projected 2001 salary cap, which will make it difficult to keep their secondary together. CBs Eric Davis, Jimmy Hitchcock and Doug Evans combine for a $15.2198 million hit against the cap, so all three will likely be approached about re-working their contract. S Mike Minter is able to leave via free agency and may demand a salary between $3-$4 million per year on the open market, making it difficult for the Panthers to hold onto him.
Wed, 02 Jun 1999 21:40:00 -0700
The Charlotte Observer reports that CB Doug Evans is on the way to full recovery from his 1998 injuries as the team practices during its' minicamp. He had a nice interception on Tuesday and he feels he is ready for training camp right now after adding seven pounds of muscle during the off-season. As for the injuries, he says he is about 98 percent healthy. "I still have a little problem with my shoulder, and my thumb aches a little," Evans said. "But this is a whole new year."