ESPN's Pat Yasinskas does not expect the Saints to re-sign free agent WR Devery Henderson.
Henderson never quite lived up to his potential with the Saints, operating as a mere situational deep threat throughout his eight years with the club. Entering his age-31 season, he can expect a soft market. Henderson is our No. 31 free-agent wideout available this season.
The Cardinals could save $3.5 million in cap space by releasing ILB Stewart Bradley.
It sounds like a no-brainer, but the Cards would still be on the hook for $3 million against the cap. It's a tough decision for the new regime. Bradley fell out of favor last season, playing mostly on special teams as he fell behind Reggie Walker. The Cards desperately need to find a serviceable linebacker to line up next to beast Daryl Washington.
I think he may be done in the league.
It's definitely a sad story, and he indeed may never play again. That being said, I don't think it's too crazy to envision a Jake Ballard-like scenario, where he's brought on and immediately placed on PUP. Give him another 12 months and gauge his progress, and if it looks like he doesn't have a decent shot of returning to the field, cut him. At least, that seems like a low-risk option.
Barry Cofield is LEGIT... no more nonsense about we need a "real" NT... HE IS THE REAL DEAL!!!! He goes to the Pro Bowl this year, book it!!!
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Johnny Knox - WR - Bears Free agent Johnny Knox's agent says he plans to play in 2013.
"He’s going with the mindset that he’s playing in 2013," Knox's agent said. Knox is still recovering from the spinal fusion operation he underwent in December 2011, and has an "important physical assessment in late March." Knox is easy to root for, but is facing long
Mike Wallace - WR - Steelers The Cleveland Plain Dealer believes it's a "realistic possibility" the Browns pursue free agent Mike Wallace.
Per beat writer Mary Kay Cabot, Wallace to the Browns is something to "keep an eye on." However, Kay Cabot isn't yet basing her opinion on league or team sources, and instead just connecting the dots. The Browns are awash in cap space, and adding a field-stretching vertical compliment to the strong young duo of Josh Gordon and Greg Little would give new coach Rob Chudzinski a dangerous receiver corps. Wallace would surely be intrigued by the possibility of facing his old team twice a year. If the price is right, of course. Related: Browns
Source: Cleveland Plain Dealer Feb 12 - 2:41 PM
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I honestly don't expect him to be brought on board though, I just think that the risk and cost are low enough that he should be seriously considered, but that's just me.
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