March 2014

NFL News – Packers on the Board

updated March 15, 2014by March 15, 2014

    The whole time this NFL free agency circus has been going, the Green Bay Packers have remained relatively quiet. No big signings, no major moves. Well, the Packers finally got on the board yesterday by signing former Bears lineman Julius Peppers to a three-year deal. Peppers never generated a lot of buzz because […]

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NFL News – Free Agent Flurry Slows

updated March 13, 2014by March 13, 2014

 After a hectic start that saw a good number of free agents trading in their cleats and heading for another hometown, things have started to slow down. Not that there’s not plenty of action going on behind the scenes in the NFL, but the pace has subsided and there are only a few noteworthy deals […]

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NFL News – Free Agent Spree Continues

updated March 12, 2014by March 12, 2014

    The NFL free agent fling is still ongoing.  New England Patriots – The Patriots lost their best cornerback as Aqib Talib decided to go to the Denver Broncos. Not a franchise that wastes time, the Patriots responded by signing Darrelle Revis to a one year contract for $12 million. No grass growing under […]

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NFL News – And They’re Off!

updated March 11, 2014by March 11, 2014

 Free agent Bonanza!                   Build Your Super Bowl Winners!  Anything is possible now. The weak will become strong. Losers will become winners. The also rans will become the leaders of the pack and the NFL will go topsy turvy in the next few days. Sure feels that way doesn’t it. Nothing like the prospect of signing […]

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NFL Tickets – Bye Bye Bye

updated March 10, 2014by March 10, 2014

 The housecleaning, and the rebuilding, will begin in earnest today as NFL teams ditch big names and big contracts, and start looking for that one key piece that will propel them into champions. For most teams it probably won’t happen. But it’s sure to get interesting in the next few days as big names leave […]

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