Friday, February 27, 2009

NFL Free Agency Rumors

The Washington Redskins were the first team to make a big splash on the free agent market by locking up Albert Haynesworth to a 7-year, $100 million deal. Now others are jockeying for position to fill that void on their roster. Here’s the latest news on the NFL front.

The Denver Broncos are looking to get their next homerun back in either J.J Arrington from Arizona or Philly’s Correll Buckhalter or both. They have plans to meet with both backs as well as Miami safety Renaldo Hill.

Baltimore Ravens center Jason Brown is shopping his services around and the St. Louis Rams are trying to be first in line. Brown is hoping to land a deal for $7-8 million per year.

The Miami Dolphins aren’t interested in Brown’s high priced services but they are going to take a shot at Dallas Cowboys’ offensive lineman Joe Berger.

San Francisco is showing interest in Redskins defensive end Demetric Evans as well as Detroit Lions fullback Moran Norris.

Ravens linebacker Bart Scott is highly sought after by the Giants, Chiefs, Browns, Bucs, Broncos and Dolphins but it is the New York Jets who could land his services. Scott is already familiar with Jets new head coach Rex Ryan who was his defensive coordinator in Baltimore.