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  • Vikings still haven’t officially introduced Marcus Davenport
    Last week, the introductory press conference for new Vikings defensive end Marcus Davenport was scheduled, but it didn’t happen. It still hasn’t happened. On Friday afternoon, the team made it known that the contract was officially agreed to and done, and that it was just a matter of gathering final signatures. Through Monday, there was [more]
  • Lonnie Johnson agrees to one-year deal with Saints
    Free agent defensive back Lonnie Johnson is signing a one-year deal with the Saints, Jordan Schultz of TheScore reports. Johnson confirmed the signing by replying to Schultz’s post, writing, “@saints, let’s get to work.” He visited the Seahawks last week. Johnson, 27, played 12 games with the Titans last season, seeing action on 165 defensive [more]
  • Justin Evans agrees to sign with Eagles
    The Eagles are making an addition to their secondary. NFL Media reports that safety Justin Evans has agreed to terms with the team. The move comes after safety C.J. Gardner-Johnson left the Eagles to sign with the Lions. Evans returned from missing three seasons with injuries to appear in 15 games for the Saints last [more]
  • Texans trade Brandin Cooks to Cowboys
    Brandin Cooks is on the move again. The 2014 first-round receiver has been traded for the fourth time in his career. Via Ian Rapoport of NFL Media, Cooks has been shipped to the Cowboys for a 2023 fifth-round pick and a 2024 sixth-round pick. Cooks wanted to be traded before the 2022 deadline, but his [more]
  • Foster Moreau visits Saints
    Free agent tight end Foster Moreau went to LSU after growing up in Lousiana and he could be returning home to continue his playing career. Field Yates of ESPN reports that Moreau visited with the Saints as part of his search for a new job. Moreau has also met with the Bengals since the start [more]
  • Panthers announce agreement with Justin McCray
    The Panthers agreed to terms with veteran offensive lineman Justin McCray on Friday night, the team announced. McCary, 30, played for Panthers offensive line coach James Campen in Green Bay, Cleveland and Houston. He will join a deep and talented offensive line. The Panthers are returning their entire starting offensive line after re-signing center Bradley [more]
  • Saints announce they have agreed to terms with Ty Summers
    The Saints have agreed to terms with linebacker Ty Summers, the team announced Friday. Summers played three games for Jacksonville last season, posting four coverage stops, before New Orleans signed him off the Jaguars’ practice squad. He made two special teams stops in three games with the Saints. He entered the NFL as a seventh-round [more]
  • Jamaal Williams: Lions made me a disrespectful offer
    Before the start of free agency, running back Jamaal Williams said he hoped to remain in Detroit and Lions General Manager Brad Holmes said that the team also had interest in keeping the relationship going. That shared interest did not result in a contract, however. Williams signed a three-year, $12 million contract with $8 million [more]
  • Charges dropped against Marcus Maye for insufficient evidence
    The Jefferson Parish District Attorney is declining to prosecute Saints safety Marcus Maye, according to WDSU. All charges were dropped for insufficient evidence. The Jefferson Parish Sheriff’s Office arrested Maye Sept. 1 on a charge of aggravated assault with a firearm stemming from an alleged road rage incident that occurred in Metairie, Louisiana, on Aug. [more]
  • Saints to re-sign Blake Gillikin
    The Saints are re-signing punter Blake Gillikin, Nick Underhill of NewOrleans.Football reports. The team chose not to tender Gillikin as a restricted free agent, which carried a tag of $2.627 million. He has spent the past two seasons as the Saints’ punter, playing all 34 games. Gillikin averaged 47.7 yards on 83 punts in 2021, [more]

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