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Seattle Seahawks Could Target Arian Foster in NFL Free Agency

Arian Foster

Arian Foster was released by the Houston Texans earlier this week and will hit the open free agency market this offseason. There are quite a few teams that could use some help at the running back position. One team to keep an eye on this offseason is the Seattle Seahawks, who could very well target Foster. According to Gregg Rosenthal ...

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Arian Foster: I’ve got 7 years of beautiful memories with Texans

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Arian Foster, the Houston Texans all-time leader in rushing yards, rushing touchdowns, yards per game and total scoring for a non-kicker, will no longer be on the roster, the team announced Thursday. “There are not many players I respect more than Arian Foster,” general manager Rick Smith said in a statement Thursday. “He maximized his opportunity as an undrafted college free agent and worked ...

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Houston Texans interested in signing QB Brock Osweiler?

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The Houston Texans will be in the market for quarterback help this offseason and there is one player that they could already have their eyes on. According to a report, the Texans could aggressively pursue signing Denver Broncos free agent quarterback Brock Osweiler this offseason. Osweiler would be a huge upgrade for the Texans over what they had in 2015 ...

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Jermaine Kearse unlikely to return to Seattle Seahawks

Jermaine Kearse

Jermaine Kearse is without question one of the more intriguing wide receivers available in free agency this coming offseason. He has been a key piece for the Seattle Seahawks over the past couple of seasons, but doesn’t appear likely to return to the Seahawks. According to a report from Adam Schefter, Kearse is unlikely to return to Seattle and is ...

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Falcons cut WR Roddy White

Roddy White

The Atlanta Falcons have released Roddy White, the franchise’s all-time leading receiver. “Roddy is one of the greatest players to ever put on a Falcons uniform, and even more importantly he is a man of tremendous character that I and my entire family have profound personal affection and respect for,” said Falcons Owner and Chairman Arthur Blank. “I have developed a special relationship ...

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Peyton Manning jokes about retirement decision

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Peyton Manning took the opportunity to make light of his future during a speech on leadership at the Florida Forum on Wednesday night. As soon as the applause died down from his introduction, Manning said: “Many of you have probably heard that I have a significant announcement to make, so I thought I’d go ahead and make it with all of you here ...

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Julius Peppers to return to Green Bay Packers in 2016

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Julius Peppers has been one of the Green Bay Packers’ best defensive players over the past couple of years. He signed with the Packers two years ago after a rough tenure with the Chicago Bears. There were some rumblings that he could decide to retire this offseason, but those rumors don’t appear to be true. According to a report from ...

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Tom Coughlin admits he was forced out as Giants head coach

Tom Coughlin

In an interview with the Jay Mohr Show on Fox Sports Radio, Tom Coughlin confirmed what many speculated: the New York Giants pushed Coughlin out the door. “Hey, do I agree with the move? Of course not,” Coughlin said. “It hurts. It hurts. Former is not a good word. I don’t like the word but that’s the way it is.” Coughlin disputed ...

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Broncos place franchise tag on Von Miller

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The Denver Broncos designated outside linebacker Von Miller as the recipient of the team’s exclusive franchise tag just before the NFL’s deadline on Tuesday. “Designating Von as our franchise player gives us the time to continue working toward a long-term agreement,” said John Elway, Executive Vice President of Football Operations/General Manager. “We’ve had productive talks with Von’s representation, and we’ll continue those ...

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