Free-agent QB Matt Flynn has agreed to terms with the Seattle Seahawks Sunday. Flynn will likely compete with Tarvaris Jackson for the starting job next summer. Although, with Tarvaris already comfortable with a year under his belt, six total years in the Darrell Bevell offensive system, odds are Matt Flynn will find himself the back-up QB once again.
When the St. Louis Rams made headlines when – in my opinion – they fleeced the Washington Redskins with the big trade that became official last Tuesday afternoon, it was just the start of new head coach Jeff Fisher and general manager Les Snead’s plan to turn around the long suffering franchise. Most of you know the details of the trade. The Rams moved down four spots from number two to number six position, picked up Washington’s second-round pick (39th overall) this year, plus Washington’s first round pick in the next two drafts. The Redskins paid the huge price even though the entire National Football League knew the Rams were moving out of that spot. It has become obvious the goal of...
The Kansas City Chiefs continued what has been a wild first 24 hours of free agency by agreeing to terms with former Cleveland Browns running back Peyton Hillis. The Chiefs locked up the reigning “Madden cover jinx” poster boy for three years and $9 million. Hillis suffered through an injury-plagued 2011 season after his breakout […]
Trickle-down economics anyone? Calvin Johnson signed a seven-year deal worth $132 million Wednesday, with $60 million guaranteed! That makes the biggest contract in NFL history, surpassing Larry Fitzgerald’s contract with the Cardinals. Megatron is 26 years old and coming off an amazing 2011 season in which he caught 96 passes for 1,681 yards and 16 […]
With an outstanding regular season followed by a terrible post season the defending NFC North champions still have a great roster to build around, but have a few areas of need as the offseason heats up
Dan Snyder's quest to retain the title of "craziest riverboat gambler" of the NFL continued on the first day of free agency of the 2012 NFL season. The Washington Redskins have agreed to terms on a pair of new wide receivers, Pierre Garçon and Joshua Morgan. Garçon, formerly a member of the Indianapolis Colts, was signed to act as a primary deep-threat for the newly anticipated starting quarterback Robert Griffin III. Snyder will overpay Garcon $42.5 million over the next 5 years.