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This is possibly sacrilege to both journalism and religion, but I kind of enjoyed listening to Doc Walker perform a rite of baptism for Jason Hatcher as part of the defensive lineman's conversion from Cowboy to Redskin .
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Among the Giants' many moves over the weekend was a push for cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie.
Yes, Gettleman's strategy at wide receiver remains unclear. What we do know is that Gettleman has to sign somebody .
The Eagles have of course made some additions, re-signed a number of their own guys, and traded for a shifty offensive weapon.
Dallas Cowboys outside linebacker Anthony Spencer at FedEx Field. The Redskins won 28-18.
Free agent cornerback Walter Thurmond has signed a 1-year deal with the New York Giants after the San Francisco 49ers brought him to town for a visit.
The NFL doesn't hand out a Lombardi trophy for winning the offseason. The Philadelphia Eagles know that better than anyone.
The Washington Redskins made a good decision by acquiring former Dallas Cowboys Pro Bowl defensive lineman Jason Hatcher.
Chip Kelly collects award, talks to reporters on a variety of topics - JimmyK, Philly.com And finally, Kelly was asked about the rumors surrounding DeSean Jackson , and his importance to the team.
Nov 10, 2013; New Orleans, LA, USA; Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones prior to a game against the New Orleans Saints at Mercedes-Benz Superdome.
The Washington Redskins continued their offseason initiative to improve their special teams, as they signed punter/kicker Jake Rogers.
Gosselin: Here's what happens if no first-round caliber lineman are available for the Cowboys at pick No.
Familiarity breeds deals in free agency, and that may help two former Bears defensive linemen go from Chicago to Dallas.
Day 3 of 2014 NFL free agency has drawn to a close, and you know what that means: It's time to declare winners and losers from the bevy of signings and transactions.
Running back Darren Sproles didn't want to be traded. Now that he's in Philly, he doesn't want to leave.
As we tweeted earlier, Sharpton signed a one-year deal in Washington that is worth up to $2 million.