Home 49ers NFL Rumors: Adrian Peterson, Free Agency, Jaguars, Seahawks, Titans
- Sirius XM NFL Radio reports that Adrian Peterson wants to take his time and not rush to sign with another team.
- According to the report, the Raiders, Seahawks, Patriots, Lions, Packers and Vikings are all possibilities.
- Mike Florio, a source with knowledge of the situation, the Patriots have not yet discussed Peterson and it’s safe to assume that they won’t pursue him.
- Jason La Canfora is still hearing that the Bears are in the lead for QB Mike Glennon and are expected to land Stephon Gilmore too.
- La Canfora expects the 49ers to be in the mix for WR Alshon Jeffery and says that the money could get “ridiculous.”
- La Canfora would not be surprised if Calais Campbell ended up with either the Buccaneers or Jaguars.
- As for free agent S Tony Jefferson, La Canfora mentions the Jets, Browns, Ravens and Redskins as teams in the market for help at the position.
- La Canfora says that the Chiefs will be “hard pressed” to retain DT Dontari Poe, as he’s generating interest from the Raiders, Colts and Falcons.
- La Canfora isn’t sure there’s another team besides the Browns out there willing to pay free agent WR Terrelle Pryor $10 million per year.
- According to Jay Glazer, the one name nearly every team he’s spoken to is interested in is free agent G Kevin Zeitler.
- Glazer adds that free agent LT Andrew Whitworth has gotten a lot of interest but the Bengals tried to convince teams at the Combine that it was in stone that he would be returning to Cincinnati. Glazer says Whitworth has tried to insist that this is not the case.
- Troy Renck reports that the free agent LT Russell Okung liked playing for the Broncos and hasn’t closed door on returning. However, he’s also drawing interest from the Panthers and Giants.
- The Jaguars is reportedly making a “strong push” for CB A.J. Bouye, according to Jason La Canfora.
- Mike Kaye spoke to a league source who doesn’t expect the Jaguars to spend much on a veteran fullback. More likely to add one through the draft or with a smaller deal.