Report: Emmanuel Sanders to sign with Broncos
Free agent wide receiver
Sanders is coming off the best season of his career, finishing with 67 receptions for 740 yards and six touchdowns. If he ends up signing with the Broncos, he would likely be expected to replace Eric Decker, who left the team coming off back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons.
Dwight Freeney agrees to a pay cut
Freeney appeared in just four games last season due to a torn quad. He had two tackles and one half sack.
Charlie Johnson ends up back in Minnesota
Johnson has started all but one game over the last three years for the Vikings.
Roman Harper joins Panthers for two years
Harper is a two-time Pro Bowler who fell on hard times a year ago, appearing in just nine games. He finished the 2013 season with just 39 tackles, his lowest total since he was a rookie in 2006.
Ben Tate makes it official, signs two-year deal with Browns
After spending a few days in Cleveland, free agent running back
Julian Edelman to stay with New England
Edelman filled the shoes left by the departure of Wes Welker admirably in 2013. He caught 105 passes for 1,056 yards.
Zach Miller sticking with Seahawks
Miller proved to be a scoring threat despite a lack of overall production. His 33 catches in the regular season included five touchdowns. He managed just five catches for 46 yards in three postseason games combined.
Wesley Woodyard set with Titans
What was rumored is now official. The
The 27-year-old Woodyard will play that position after the Broncos did not allow him to. He lost his starting job at the end of 2013, during which he finished with 84 tackles and 1 1/2 sacks.
Usama Young sticking with Raiders
Young played 12 games with Oakland in 2013, recording 20 tackles and one interception.
Chad Greenway takes pay cut to stay with Vikings
Greenway placed 10th in the NFL in tackles last season with 134, but managed just three sacks. He has exceeded 100 tackles in six of the last seven years.
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December 18, 2013
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