09 Mar 2013
Here's an open thread to get us through the "legal" tampering hours.
Jaguars release S Dawan Landry and CB Aaron Ross.
Panthers release CB Chris Gamble.
Cardinals release S Adrian Wilson
Bengals re-sign P Kevin Huber.
Dolphins re-sign WR Brian Hartline to five-year deal.
Atlanta agrees to new five-year, $30 million deal with S William Moore.
Pittsburgh to part ways with LB James Harrison.
Arizona releases WR Early Doucet
Kansas City signs CB Dunta Robinson to three-year pact.
RB LeGarrette Blount re-signs with Tampa Bay.
Washington re-signs FB Darrel Young and TE Logan Paulsen to multi-year deals.
New Orleans re-signs DE Junior Gallette to three-year contract.
Buffalo re-signs CB Leodis McKelvin to four-year deal.
San Diego re-ups LS Mike Windt to four-year contract.
Washington re-signs LB Rob Jackson to a one-year deal.
Atlanta re-signs OL Garrett Reynolds to a two-year contract.
Washington agrees to terms with LS Nick Sundberg on four-year deal.
San Diego re-signs K Nick Novak to four-year contract.
Cincinnati re-signs K Mike Nugent to a two-year contract.
Giants reportedly agree to three-year deal with DT Cullen Jenkins.
Bengals re-sign DE Wallace Gilberry to three-year deal.
Rams release S Quintin Mikell.
Washington releases CB DeAngelo Hall.
St. Louis re-signs DT Jermelle Cudjo to two-year deal.
Denver re-signs S David Bruton to three-year deal.
San Francisco re-signs DT Ian Williams to two-year deal.
Dallas releases LB Dan Connor.
Steelers re-sign G Ramon Foster to three-year contract.
Arizona releases RB Beanie Wells.
Denver releases LB D.J. Williams.
Jets sign QB David Garrard.
Arizona re-signs S Rashad Johnson to three-year deal.
G Steve Hutchinson retires.
Jets release NT Sione Pouha.
Panthers release LB James Anderson.
Chargers release DL Antonio Garay.
Chargers release TE Randy McMichael.
23 comments, Last at 11 Mar 2013, 6:30pm by Jerry
The Giants and Ravens set a record in Super Bowl XXXV with 21 total punts. That record may well be in jeopardy. But in this battle of top defenses, Carolina's superior and more flexible offense gives the Panthers the edge.