News and Notes: Sept 2


Here are some of the random happenings from around the NFL:

  • The Giants, Raiders, and Bills have publicly stated that they do not have interest in acquiring Matt Leinart despite the previous rumors.
  • Pat Yasinskas of ESPN points out that Darren Sharper could actually retire before the Saints are forced to make a decision on what to do with the injured safety.
  • The Washington Redskins have signed John Beck to a two-year $2.25 million contract but he will actually be under team control for three-years, $3.35 million. This report comes from Adam Schefter.
  • Ben Roethlisberger is hoping that Commissioner Goodell will reduce his suspension to three games instead of the pending six game suspension.
  • The Raiders are ready to make their roster cuts and some big names could on the list, per
  • The Arizona Cardinals have signed Darnell Dockett to a four-year contract extension.  The total deal can be up to $48.5 million over four years depending on what incentives he reaches.
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