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New York Giants - PlayerWatch

QB Josh Freeman agreed to a one-year deal with the New York Giants.

San Diego Chargers - PlayerWatch

WR Malcom Floyd will join the team for workouts after receiving medical clearance for the first time since a season-ending injury at Philadelphia in 2013.

San Diego Chargers - PlayerWatch

WR Malcom Floyd will join the team for workouts after receiving medical clearance for the first time since a season-ending injury at Philadelphia in 2013.

New York Giants - PlayerWatch

QB Josh Freeman agreed to a one-year deal with the New York Giants.

New York Jets - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - New York Jets - INSIDE SLANT Running back Chris Johnson signed a two-year deal with the New York Jets. Johnson, 28, was released by the Tennessee Titans after six 1,000-yard seasons in Nashville. The Jets envision Johnson as a big-play threat to pair with Chris Ivory when the offense slows to coach Rex Ryan's preferred "ground and pound" approach of relying on power running to move the chains and wear down opponents.

Seattle Seahawks - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - Seattle Seahawks - INSIDE SLANT The Seattle Seahawks rewarded head coach Pete Carroll with a new three-year contract Friday (April 4). Carroll's original five-year deal he signed in January 2010 was set to expire after next season. His new deal runs through 2016.

New York Giants - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - New York Giants - INSIDE SLANT New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning underwent an arthroscopic procedure on his left ankle Thursday. The procedure, a debridement of the ankle, was performed by foot and ankle specialist Dr. Robert Anderson in Charlotte, N.C. The Giants said on their website that the surgery was successful. Manning suffered a high left ankle sprain in the Giants' 2013 season finale against the Washington Redskins and had been rehabbing the injury since.

Minnesota Vikings - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - Minnesota Vikings - INSIDE SLANT The Minnesota Vikings entered free agency's three-day negotiating period with their top two needs being a starting right defensive end to replace Jared Allen and a quarterback to serve as a bridge to the future. Hours later, they had scratched both items off that to-do list by agreeing to terms with two of their own free agents.

Jacksonville Jaguars - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - Jacksonville Jaguars - INSIDE SLANT The Jacksonville Jaguars were reportedly putting the finishing touches on a five-year offer sheet for Cleveland Browns center Alex Mack. At the start of free agency, the Browns elected to place a transition tag ($10.039 million) on Mack rather than a franchise tag ($11.654 million). While the latter tag was $1.615 million more, there is usually a limited open market because of the two first-round draft picks it would cost a team if an offer sheet wasn't matched.

New York Jets - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - New York Jets - INSIDE SLANT New York Jets coach Rex Ryan said Tuesday the team's starting quarterback job this season will be an open competition between newly signed Michael Vick and Geno Smith. "It's going to be a really interesting competition to watch," Ryan said at the NFL meetings in Orlando, Fla. "Geno Smith is going to be hard to beat out."
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