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2/29/2008

NFL Free Agency Tracker

Here's a mid-day update on all of today's NFL free agent lunacy. Of course, there's zero Steeler news to report, other than Allen Rossum becoming a 49er. But I digress....


Signings and trades:
49ERS: QB J.T. O'Sullivan (Detroit), RB DeShaun Foster (Carolina), LB Dontarrius Thomas (Minnesota), KR Allen Rossum (Pittsburgh)
BILLS: LB Kawika Mitchell (Giants)
BROWNS: QB Derek Anderson (re-signed), DL Corey Williams (Green Bay)
BUCS: C Jeff Faine (Saints)
COWBOYS: OT Flozell Adams (re-signed)
DOLPHINS: DT Jason Ferguson (Dallas), WR David Kircus (Denver), G Justin Smiley (49ers)
FALCONS: QB Chris Redman (re-signed)
JAGUARS: QB Cleo Lemon (Miami), WR Troy Williamson (Jacksonville), WR Jerry Porter (Oakland)
JETS: DT Kris Jenkins (Panthers)
LIONS: S Dwight Smith (Minnesota)
PANTHERS: WR Mushin Muhammad (Chicago)
PATRIOTS: LB Tedy Bruschi (re-signed)
RAIDERS: DE Tommy Kelly (re-signed), T Kwame Harris (San Francisco)
REDSKINS: QB Todd Collins (re-signed)
SAINTS: LB Jonathan Vilma (Jets), DT Brian Young (re-signed), LB Mark Simoneau (re-signed)
SEAHAWKS: G Mike Wahle (Carolina)
VIKINGS: S Madieu Williams (Bengals)
And here's some pending free agent visits:
49ERS: DE Justin Smith (Bengals)
BEARS: LB Demorrio Williams (ATL)
BILLS: Marcus Stroud (Jaguars)
BUCS: RB Mewelde Moore (Vikings), CB Drayton Florence (SD), RB Aaron Stecker (Saints), DE Jimmy Wilkerson (Chiefs), TE John Gilmore (Bears), LB Demorrio Williams (ATL), WR Devery Henderson (NO)
CHIEFS: LB Demorrio Williams (ATL)
DOLPHINS: LB Calvin Pace (Cardinals), QB Josh McCown (Raiders)
EAGLES: DE Chris Clemons (Raiders), DB Asante Samuel (Eagles)
FALCONS: RB Michael Turner (Chargers)
PANTHERS: DE Tyler Brayton (Oakland)
VIKINGS: DE Justin Smith (Bengals), WR Bernard Berrian (Bears)
Information comes from ESPN.com, ESPN Hashmarks, and Profootballtalk.com

2 comments:

Cecil from Cecil Twp. said...

I don't think that any of the above signings drastically improves and of the teams involved. Cincy seemed to make the most intriguing moves, but if their trade with the Lions falls through, they'll need to find defensive help somewhere else.

I hope Alan Faneca enjoys a 6-10 season with the Jets next year.

yank said...

Considering the steelers upcoming schedule, they shouldn't waste money on anyone and just consider it a rebuilding year. they will be lucky to break even.