Another member of the reigning Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens decided to leave for greener pastures. This time it’s Paul Kruger who signed with the AFC North rival Cleveland Browns for five years and an estimated $40 million with $20 million guaranteed. Kruger was outstanding in 2012 and a key weapon for the Ravens defense registering nine regular season […]
The Tennessee Titans didn’t waste an opportunity in finding a replacement for tight end Jared Cook who is being heavily sought out by the St. Louis Rams and Miami Dolphins. Tennesee would sign former San Francisco 49er tight end Delanie Walker to a four-year deal. Financial details haven’t been released. In 2012, Walker caught 21 passes for 344 yards, a long of 45 and three touchdowns. […]
In one of the biggest splashes in free agency, the Miami Dolphins signed former Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Mike Wallace to a five year deal worth $60 million with $30 million guaranteed. The deal could be as much as $65 million based on incentives. If Wallace makes all $65 million, it will rank behind Calvin […]
As if the growing rivalry between the Seattle Seahawks and San Francisco 49ers didn’t need any more fuel, the Minnesota Vikings will sent disgruntled–yet talented wide receiver Percy Harvin to the Seahawks in a trade. The 49ers responded by acquiring Anquan Boldin from the Baltimore Ravens in exchange for a sixth round pick. As for the deal with Harvin, it is contingent on him passing a physical and signing a contract extension and […]
With wide receiver being one of the weakest positions for the San Francisco 49ers as Randy Moss is gone, Mario Manningham and Kyle Williams due to return from injuries, and A.J. Jenkins, a first round pick in 2012, who didn’t catch a single pass last season, the 49ers had to make a move to bring in a proven receiver on the roster. In yet another brilliant move by general manager Trent Baalke, the […]
With NFL free agency set to officially begin on Tuesday at 4:00 p.m, one controversial player could do the unthinkable and play for a hated arch-rival. A notion once thought of as so unimaginable in seeing a particular player long associated with a particular team switching sides is more common place then you think.
Los Angeles Clippers center DeAndre Jordan is one of the most athletic big men in the NBA. Last night he provided that example with his alley-oop dunk on Detroit Pistons guard Brandon Knight. The play started with Chris Paul taking the ball up from half court and dribbling to just inside the three-point line on the right side of the court. He ended up […]