NFL Free Agent Report Vol. 4
OK, time for some football.
Here’s the fourth installment of the NFL Free Agent Report. Click here for links to earlier reports.
Who says you can’t go home. After a four year stint in Miami, Marty returns to Chicago. He was decent last year with 50 catches for 556 yards. He signed for two years.
Houston reached a deal to bring Will Demps back for two more years. He had 52 tackles last year.
The DE opted to stay with the Broncos. He had 41 tackles last year to lead all Broncos defensive lineman. He signed a multi-year deal.
It’s not as big a deal as re-signing Moss was, but bringing Gaffney back assures the Patriots passing attack will be tough to defend once again with several capable wideouts. He finished the season strongly for the Pats, seemingly replacing Donte Stallworth Brady’s read chart.
Kwame went across the bay from San Francisco to Oakland. He signed a three-year, $14 million deal to bolster the Raiders’ offensive line.
The Vikings signed Hicks to replace Mewelde Moore. Hicks will earn his keep as a return man, but he could help out on offense if necessary.
Walker has a ton of talent. Unfortunately, he’s been forced to shoulder the injury-prone term. Al Davis spared no expense when signing the former Packer and Bronco. The deal is for six years and $55 million. He had 26 receptions for 287 yards last year. He has had a couple of nice seasons.
New England was hurting in the secondary with Asante Samuel going to Philly and Randall gay going to New Orleans. They opted to sign Jason Webster to bolter that secondary. He only played in one game last year.