Emmanuel Sanders agreeing to a deal with the Denver Broncos might not be the biggest NFL news around, but at least one team appears to be extremely upset over what happened.
Apparently members of the Carolina Panthers have taken note of the team’s depleted wide receiver group.
The New England Patriots keep working to maintain a balanced team despite the difficulties of free agency, and they did so by reaching agreement with Brandon LaFell on a three-year deal Saturday.
Five years ago, former NFL wide receiver Donte’ Stallworth made a decision he will remember for the rest of his life.
Julius Peppers has agreed to a three-year contract with the Green Bay Packers. The deal, which was first reported by ESPN’s Josina Anderson, is reportedly worth a maximum of $30 million.
Brandon Spikes and the New England Patriots did not end their relationship on the best terms.
Offensive lineman Rodger Saffold ended up back with the St. Louis Rams after a free agent contract he and the Oakland Raiders agreed to was voided when he failed a physical.
Steve Smith signed a 3-year deal with the Baltimore Ravens on Friday, a day after he was released by the Carolina Panthers.