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2 hrs ago | Dallas Morning News
Gosselin: Here's what happens if no first-round caliber lineman are available for the Cowboys at pick No.
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6 hrs ago | Sporting News
Familiarity breeds deals in free agency, and that may help two former Bears defensive linemen go from Chicago to Dallas.
8 hrs ago | BleacherReport
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.
12 hrs ago | MSNBC
Running back Darren Sproles didn't want to be traded. Now that he's in Philly, he doesn't want to leave.
16 hrs ago | MSNBC
As we tweeted earlier, Sharpton signed a one-year deal in Washington that is worth up to $2 million.
The free-agency market has already been entertaining to this point, but some of the most intriguing options remain on the market.
Loudoun County, VA - The Washington Redskins have signed free agent defensive end Clifton Geathers, the team announced Thursday.
Defensive lineman Jason Hatcher is leaving Dallas, but the Cowboys will still get to see him at least twice a year.
The agent for DeMarcus Ware is speaking out to set the record straight on Ware's exit from the Dallas Cowboys.
Day three of free agency began with several clubs in the NFC East seeking the services of New Orleans running back Darren Sproles.
The Eagles have acquired Darren Sproles from the Saints in a trade, CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora reports.
On December 29th, 2013, the Eagles found themselves one minute and 59 seconds away from winning the NFC East title.
Austin was released too, labeled a post-June 1 cut that gives the Cowboys $5.5 million in salary cap savings.
The moves announced Wednesday came a day after Philadelphia added former Saints safety Malcolm Jenkins on the first day of NFL free agency.
The Eagles and former New Orleans Saints safety Malcolm Jenkins agreed on a three-year contract Tuesday, shortly after NFL free agency began.
A neck injury makes it hard for the Giants to count on running back David Wilson and Andre Brown is a free agent, which meant the Giants were a good bet to go after running backs once free agency opened.