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Cleveland Browns : Could Bears QB Jay Cutler Be An Option?

[caption id="attachment_19603" align="aligncenter" width="594"] (Michael Thomas/Getty Images North America)[/caption] CLEVELAND – After missing the last four games due to an ankle injury, Jay Cutler could be playing his last game as a Chicago Bear against his possible new team in the Cleveland Browns Sunday.   Cutler, who is rumored to be allowed to test free agency by the Bears, may be auditioning for the Browns at frigid FirstEnergy Stadium.  Thanks to
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Oakland Raiders: GM Reggie McKenzie Will Continue To Build A Contender No Matter What

The Oakland Raiders are certainly not yet considered among the best teams in the NFL. Yet, releasing high-priced players such as  Richard Seymour, Michael Huff, Darrius Heyward Bay and most recently the head case Rolando McClain the franchise is heading in a new direction. With the Raiders only having one first round draft pick on the roster and millions in dead money until next season the organization knows what's ahead as it limits the team's ability to rebuild.
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2013 NFL Free Agency: Raiders Improve Secondary, Sign CB Porter

In a move to improve the secondary in 2013 the Oakland Raiders have announced the signing of veteran cornerback Tracy Porter. During the 2012 season he was limited to just six games with division rival the Denver Broncos  due to various health issues, the 26-year old attempts to revive his career with a one-year deal. The good news is that he will start opposite Phillip Adams in the secondary. He fits well in
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2013 NFL Free Agency: Ravens sign FS Michael Huff

The Baltimore Ravens continue to rebuild their defense by agreeing to terms on a three-year, $6 million contract with former Oakland Raiders safety Michael Huff. During the 2012 season the athletics safety voluntarily moved to cornerbact and in 2013 will replace Ed Reed. Huff's experience allows for young safties Christian Thompson and Emanuel Cook to learn and not get thrown into the mix too soon. Only other move so far was to re-sign veteran James Ihedigbo. In 2006 he got taken as the seventh overall
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2013 NFL Free Agency : DE Elvis Dumervil Inks Five-Year, $35 Million Deal With Ravens

Just when it appeared that the Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens were on  their deathbed, a wise old wizard helps in bring them back to life. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Ravens have agreed to a five-year $35 millon deal with free-agent defensive end/linebacker Elvis Dumervil, formerly of the Denver Broncos, with $8.5 million in the first year. In what is perhaps his shrewdest free-agent move yet, Baltimore GM
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2013 NFL Free Agency : LT Jake Long Signs With Rams, 4-Years, $36 Million.

[caption id="" align="alignleft" width="159"] Doug Benc/Getty Images North America[/caption] Thanks to Jake Long, St Louis Rams quarterback Sam Bradford's football life just got a little easier—and a lot less painful. According to Pro Football Talk, the former No.1 pick out of Michigan has agreed to terms on a a four-year, $34 million contract, which will pay for the former Wolverine an average of $8.5 million and $16 million guaranteed, with
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2013 NFL Free Agency : Falcons CB Brent Grimes Visits Browns. Good Fit?

After addressing needs on the defensive line and pass rusher in signing Paul Kruger, Desmond Bryant and Quinton Groves, could a boost in the secondary be next for the Cleveland Browns? According to NBC Pro Football Talk, free agent Pro Bowl cornerback Brent Grimes, formerly of the Atlanta Falcons, paid the Browns a free-agent visit. Due to their lack of a quality cornerback opposite starter Joe Haden, Grimes may have
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2013 NFL Free Agency : Saints Add Help To Their Secondary, Sign CB Keenan Lewis

The New Orleans Saints announced on Thursday that they have signed unrestricted free agent CB Keenan Lewis to a five-year contract.  The announcement was made by Saints’ Executive Vice President/General Manager Mickey Loomis. “We are excited to be able to add a player of Keenan’s ability to our defense,” Loomis said.  “He was a top free agent target for us and I know that he is very excited to be
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2013 NFL Free Agency : Browns Ink Ex-Ravens LB Paul Kruger

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 sacks and another 4.5 sacks during the post season. He was the leading of the
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2013 NFL Free Agency : Dolphins Ink WR Mike Wallace

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 Johnson and Larry Fitzagerald as the third highest amongst receivers. The 26-year old Wallace is