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Ravens Sign Former Panthers WR Steve Smith On Friday

The Baltimore Ravens have now signed one of the grittiest players in the league as Adam Schefter of ESPN is now reporting that former Carolina Panthers wide receiver Steve Smith has signed a three-year contract. Smith’s style of play should certainly fit the AFC North division well. The Utah product…



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Ravens Re-sign Veteran ILB Daryl Smith On Friday

For a little while, it looked as though the Baltimore Ravens might lose unrestricted free agent inside linebacker Daryl Smith, but Adam Schefter of ESPN is now reporting Friday morning that the two sides have agreed on a four-year contract worth $16.1 million. The Ravens had already lost fellow inside…


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Why The Steelers Can’t And Won’t Trade For Saints RB Darren Sproles

According to a Tuesday report by Adam Schefter of ESPN, the New Orleans Saints now plan on trying to trade running back Darren Sproles instead of releasing him, because of “heavy interest” in him. After that report circulated heavily, I received two emails from listeners of the podcast who both…


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Report: Former Steelers LB LaMarr Woodley Visitng Raiders On Wednesday

The Pittsburgh Steelers officially released linebacker LaMarr Woodley on Tuesday and as expected, he’s already drawing interest from other teams. According to a Wednesday morning report by Adam Schefter of ESPN, Woodley and former New York Giants defensive end Justin Tuck are both visiting the Oakland Raiders today, per his…




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Steelers Inform LaMarr Woodley He Will Be Released Tomorrow

According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Pittsburgh Steelers will release outside linebacker LaMarr Woodley tomorrow at the beginning of the new league year, designating him a post-June 1 release. The Steelers, of course, have no need to release him now, because the cap savings they will reap from his release…




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Report: Steelers Will Not Be Releasing S Troy Polamalu

In less than one week from today, the Pittsburgh Steelers will need to be under the $133 million cap number for 2014 and thus a few extensions, restructures and terminations will take place during the next several days. According to a Tuesday report on Twitter by Adam Schefter of ESPN,…