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NFL Transactions: Wednesday

 

Bears

re-signed QB Josh McCown
sign WR Eric Weems
re-sign TE Kellen Davis

Browns

sign former DE Frostee Rucker
cut G Eric Steinbach

Buccaneers

sign G Carl Nicks
Sign CB Eric Wright
released C Jeff Faine

Cardinals 

sign G Adam Snyder

Chargers

re-sign OT Jared Gaither
sign OLB Jarret Johnson (four-year deal)
re-signed TE Kory Sperry to a one-year deal
signed FB LeRon McClain

Chiefs

sign RB Peyton Hillis (one-year deal $3 million)

Colts

trade for Eagles OT Winston Justice and swap sixth round picks
sign Cory Redding (3-year $10.5 million deal)

Cowboys

sign QB Kyle Orton(three-year agreement)
sign CB Brandon Carr (five-year deal $50 million)
signed FB Lawerence Vickers

Dolphins

re-sign NT Paul Soliai
signed CB Richard Marshall (three-year deal)

Eagles

re-sign DE Trent Cole
trade OT Winston Justice to the Colts and swap sixth round picks
re-sign DT Antonio Dixon
released C Jamaal Jackson
re-signed WR DeSean Jackson (five-years $48 million)
sign OL Mike Gibson (two-year deal)

Giants

signed TE Martellus Bennett (one-year deal worth $2.5 million)
re-signed QB David Carr

Jaguars
sign WR Laurent Robinson (five-year deal worth $32.5 million)
re-signed C.J. Mosley
signed QB Chad Henne (two-year deal)

Jets

re-sign K Nick Folk
released S Gerald Alexander
signed C Kris O’Dowd

Lions

re-signed WR Calvin Johnson to an extension (7-years, $132 million which includes $60 million guarantees)

Panthers 

re-sign QB Derek Anderson (one-year deal)
cut P Jason Baker

Patriots 

re-signed LB Tracy White (one-year contract)
sign DT Jonathen Fanene (three-year deal)

Raiders

release DT John Henderson
release RG Cooper Carlisle

Seahawks

release G Robert Gallery
re-signed G Paul McQuistan

Vikings

sign TE John Carlson (five-year, $25 million deal)
re-sign DT Letroy Guion (three-year deal $9 million)

  • stumpers51

    I really like the trade between Phi and Ind.  If LaMichael James makes it through the 1st round it could be a nice addition too now that one could argue Luck and Wayne and Collie have their bookend tackles and all. I know it’s a rebuilding year or two BUT it still makes great since to give LUCK a chance to get the fans excited.  I know it’s a cheap ruse (a band-aid even), but IF it works they’re all gonna say how smart Indy was.  The team’s gonna win a few games (Jacksonville twice a year, come on), and the fans can concentrate on how well the offense is  improving while the franchise starts making those boring moves like “Interior D-Line” and “Depth,” which REALLY wins Championships. 

    • Gavin H

      I don’t think there’s any concern LaMichael James doesn’t make it to the 2nd round. He probably won’t get picked till the 3rd. Personally, I think the Colts would be better off picking up someone like Michael Bush though.

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