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After getting egg on his face Wednesday, Oakland Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie went back to work on Friday, signing former Houston Texans defensive end Antonio Smith , along with cornerback Tarell Brown , a day after inking linebacker LaMarr Woodley and Justin Tuck .
The Texans still have Matt Schaub on their roster and are in no hurry to move him.
Baltimore Ravens free-agent offensive tackle Michael Oher, who was portrayed in the movie "The Blind Side," is meeting with the Oakland Raiders.
Mitchell is immediately inserted into a defense in Miami that fits his size and skill set better than the Texans' defense, if for no other reason than Romeo Crennel's scheme is the worst possible fit for Mitchell, who is not morbidly obese enough to play nose tackle in Crennel's version of the 3-4.
The Houston Texans were probably the most disappointing team in the NFL last year.
Last season was a year to forget for the Houston Texans , to say the least. After a 12-4 season in 2012, the Texans finished 2013 with a dismal 2-14 record, losing their last 14 games.
New Chiefs inside linebacker Joe Mays conducted his first conference call with the Kansas City media on Thursday.
A person familiar with the deal says the Washington Redskins have agreed to a one-year contract with free agent linebacker Darryl Sharpton.
Garrett Graham is a rarity among free agents. He hit the open market, and then he returned to his original team.
Like the game itself, the NFL draft has its winners and losers. Those organizations that master the process will remain competitive, year after year.
Brandon Weeden's last win with the Browns came on Dec. 9, 2012. He turned 30 years old in October.
Finally, some good news out of Baltimore's football franchise! On March 12, the Bleacher Report announced that No.
The Oakland Raiders have had 15 different quarterbacks start at least one game since Rich Gannon last played in 2004, and while the team may still have a big need at the position, current Houston Texans QB Matt Schaub isn't the answer.
The change also would apply to Reliant Park, the complex where the stadium for the NFL's Houston Texans is situated.
The Dallas Cowboys released wide receiver Miles Austin on Wednesday, designating it as a June 1 cut, and signed free agent defensive linemen Terrell McClain and Jeremy Mincey.