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It has never been so clear, right out in front of everybody, at last, no denying it now, the conspiracy theorists are right: Either that, or there are some screwy things going on in Raidersland, I guess, though the conspiracy theorists are pretty sure it's the medical science-hater thing.
"Well, that's why we have agents because I didn't make the call," Saffold said of contacting the St. Louis Rams after he failed a physical with the Oakland Raiders.
Offensive guard Rodger Saffold finally signed a contract - and yes, he signed it with the Rams.
The Texans still have Matt Schaub on their roster and are in no hurry to move him.
The team did make one signing, though, bringing back a defensive player on a short-term contract.
According to Peter King of Sports Illustrated, NFL teams spent more than $1 billion dishing contracts in the first 24 hours of unfettered free agency.
Long before free agency ever brought suspicion to reality, it was no secret that the St. Louis Rams were likely going to have to address the offensive line at some point in the 2014 NFL draft.
Feb 22, 2014; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Texas A&M wide receiver Mike Evans speaks at the NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium.
Two days into free agency, Les Snead was content to sit pool side, sipping margaritas, watching the rest of the NFL jumping in and out of deep end, of the free agent pool.
You think you care but truth is you really don't. In fact, the money that's being paid to these free agents through the first couple of days of free agency is really inconsequential a couple of years from now.
The St. Louis Rams have been awfully quiet over the first two days of the NFL free agency period.
Raiders press release . . . The Oakland Raiders have signed unrestricted free agent T Austin Howard, General Manager Reggie McKenzie announced Wednesday.
As if the $42.5 million contract for Rodger Saffold with the Oakland Raiders didn't provide enough evidence of the NFL's desperation for offensive line help, the Buffalo Bills offered a resounding confirmation Wednesday when they agreed to an even more stunning contract with another former Rams lineman.
Nearly 24 hours of free agency in, the Rams have yet to make a move while two offensive linemen have already left the fold.
Flushed with a salary cap that increased $10 million to $133 million, NFL teams reacted with a frenzy when the bell rung at 3 pm Central time Tuesday, signaling the start of Oct 20, 2013; Charlotte, NC, USA; St. Louis Rams tackle Rodger Saffold on the sidelines in the third quarter.