After 13 years as the centerpiece of the team, Brian Urlacher and the Bears are parting ways.
“We were unable to reach an agreement with Brian and both sides have decided to move forward,” Bears GM Phil Emery said in a statement. “Brian has been an elite player in our league for over a decade. He showed great leadership and helped develop a winning culture over his time with the Bears. We appreciate all he has given our team, on and off the field. Brian will always be welcome as a member of the Bears.”
It is always been about money between New York Jets and Darrelle Revis. Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News reported Wednesday that Revis would get an average annual salary between $12 million and $13 million from the Buccaneers in a long-term contract. Sources told Mehta that Revis would agree to a contract “without much trouble.”
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Only five to free agency for this 2013. One was the ex-Dolphins linebacker. Second, a person who had played 36 games with 189 receptions, 20 touchdowns while averaging 15.3 yards per catch and collecting 128 first downs. Third, future Hall of Fame safety who can still play and would be an outstanding addition to a few teams trying to get over the top. Fourth, a person who stay remains an outstanding backup candidate. Last, who has last three seasons he has tackles, 39 sacks, and 11 forced fumbles.
Atlanta Falcons agreed to a contract with free-agent running back Steven Jackson on Thursday, league sources told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
The Falcons had released running back Michael Turner, the team’s starter last season, before the start of free agency.
The annual NFL free agency is now officially here. A phase where valuable player gets more contracts and a moment of assets for franchise to spend huge.
Steelers is readily more to go as they upgraded their backup. It was confirmed that Bruce Gradkowski had three-year contract.
Pittsburgh wanted to get younger at that spot after Charlie Batch and Byron Leftwich both struggled filling in for Ben Roethlisberger. The Steelers were able to do that with Gradkowski, who turned 30 in January, and didn’t sacrifice on experience. Gradkowski has played seven years in the NFL and this is his third stop in the AFC North after a short stint in Cleveland and a two-year run as Andy Dalton’s backup in Cincinnati
As the NFL Free Agent Frenzy is about to begin today some teams are looking to lock up their players to contracts prior to the opening of the market. One such team is the Atlanta Falcons who are looking to sign Tony Gonzalez to a new contact now that he has decided to not retire. Apparently, Gonzalez who is about to enter into his 17th season is looking for a one year deal for about 7 million dollars. Foxsports reports that the lure of the super bowl is just too much for him to retire.
Minnesota Vikings had fixed and decided to sale the Percy Harvin.
Confirmed from the Fox Sports inside and Jay Glazer of NFL Netword contributor that Vikings have agreed to a trade that will send Harvin to the Seattle Seahawks for a trio of draft picks. Once Harvin passes a physical, the Vikings will receive the Seahawks’ first-round (No. 25 overall) and seventh-round selections in 2013, along with a mid-round pick in 2014.
NFL sent a memo to all 32 teams that has placed a chilling effect regarding with the so called “tampering window”.
The “tampering window” was instituted by the NFL this year in hopes of reducing the amount of rampant dialogue that was being done illegally between teams and agents well before the signing period opened.
The negotiations between the Steelers and for the agent James Harrison is still continue but neither of the both side has like to the new deal.
Bill Parise, Harrison’s agent and a Beaver County resident, declined comment other than to say, “We absolutely want to do this, we absolutely want to be in Pittsburgh.” And on the other side, Steelers wanted him to take a pay cut.