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Philadelphia Eagles - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - Philadelphia Eagles - INSIDE SLANT The Philadelphia Eagles announced on Friday that they released wide receiver DeSean Jackson and signed quarterback Mark Sanchez. The team announced Jackson's departure via Twitter, then followed with an emailed statement, saying, After careful consideration over this offseason, the Philadelphia Eagles have decided to part ways with DeSean Jackson. The team informed him of his release today."

Washington Redskins - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - Washington Redskins - INSIDE SLANT It took just a little more than four days for wide receiver DeSean Jackson to find a new home in the same division where he's played since being a second-round pick of the Philadelphia Eagles in 2008. Late Tuesday night (April 1), agreed to terms on a three-year deal with the Washington Redskins and he signed the contract the next morning.

Jacksonville Jaguars - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - Jacksonville Jaguars - INSIDE SLANT The Jacksonville Jaguars remain one of the wild cards near the top of the 2014 NFL Draft. Owners of the No. 3 overall pick May 8, the Jaguars can go any number of directions, depending largely on what the Houston Texans and St. Louis Rams do ahead of them. What head coach Gus Bradley is confident of, however, is his team will land a dynamic prospect in what he considers a deep draft at several positions of need.

New York Giants - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - New York Giants - INSIDE SLANT The New York Giants agreed to a five-year deal with free agent cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie. The former Denver Bronco was considered the top corner left on the market. ESPN's Adam Schefter reported the $39 million deal includes $15 million guaranteed, According to the New York Daily News, the total value of the contract is $35 million. The difference is in base value and max value with incentives.

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 Orleans Saints - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - New Orleans Saints - INSIDE SLANT Cornerback Champ Bailey agreed to a two-year contract with the New Orleans Saints Friday (April 4). Bailey, 35, has been named to the Pro Bowl 12 times, but the Denver Broncos released him after the 2013 season. A foot injury limit his effectiveness last season while he played in only five games. He started three games and played in all three playoff games, including one start.

Seattle Seahawks - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - Seattle Seahawks - INSIDE SLANT The Seattle Seahawks called a news conference for Friday morning (10:30 Pacific time) where they are expected to announce a contract extension with head coach Pete Carroll. Carroll, who helped lead the Seahawks to their first Super Bowl title in January, was entering the final year of a five-year, $35 million deal. Carroll, who was lured away from USC by the Seahawks, is 43-28 in four years with Seattle, including the playoffs.

Pittsburgh Steelers - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - Pittsburgh Steelers - INSIDE SLANT The NFL will not dock the Pittsburgh Steelers a 2014 draft pick because of the incident involving coach Mike Tomlin in the Thanksgiving night game against the Ravens in Baltimore, the team announced Thursday. Tomlin earlier was fined $100,000 for standing on the field and nearly making contact with Baltimore kickoff returner Jacoby Jones.

Pittsburgh Steelers - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - Pittsburgh Steelers - INSIDE SLANT The NFL will not dock the Pittsburgh Steelers a 2014 draft pick because of the incident involving coach Mike Tomlin in the Thanksgiving night game against the Ravens in Baltimore, the team announced Thursday. Tomlin earlier was fined $100,000 for standing on the field and nearly making contact with Baltimore kickoff returner Jacoby Jones.

Miami Dolphins - TeamReport

NFL Team Report - Miami Dolphins - INSIDE SLANT Miami Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin, coming off a high-profile bullying scandal that rocked his team and the NFL, said Tuesday he will be more visible and accessible to his players.
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