6 free agents for the New Orleans Saints to tamper with
The New Orleans Saint should target free agents such as Cameron Wake, Golden Tate, and Jared Cook when the NFL legal tampering window opens.
How should Saints handle free agency? Be aggressive filling visible needs, keep eye on future | Saints | theadvocate.com
The Saints don’t need to be wildly aggressive in free agency, but they should be at least a little active.
Saints news: New Orleans expected to re-sign Teddy Bridgewater
The New Orleans Saints are reportedly expected to re-sign backup quarterback Teddy Bridgewater to keep insurance behind Drew Brees.
Buckle up: NFL's negotiating window opens at noon - NFL.com
At noon ET on Monday, the two-day negotiating period for potential unrestricted free agents begins. NFL squads are permitted to contact and enter into contract negotiations.
Report: Bears interested in Mark Ingram as potential Jordan Howard replacement
NFL insider Ian Rapoport reported Sunday that the Bears and Packers are expressing interest in former New Orleans Saints first-round pick Mark Ingram
Lions sign free agent wide receiver Danny Amendola
The Detroit Lions announced today that they have signed free agent WR Danny Amendola
Buccaneers reportedly shopping WR DeSean Jackson - NFL.com
Reports out of Tampa Bay hint that DeSean Jackson could be on the move soon via trade, and the same rumor point to the deep threat going back to the team that originally drafted him.
Raiders one of many expected to chase Le'Veon Bell - NFL.com
The Raiders already pulled off a move to add one former Steeler. Will Jon Gruden make it a duo? NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Monday that the Raiders are a sleeper team in pursuit of Le'Veon Bell.
Dante Fowler heading back to L.A., re-signs with Rams - NFL.com
Edge rusher Dante Fowler is heading back to the Rams, as the team announced Sunday evening that he is re-signing.
End of an era: Chiefs cut veteran LB Justin Houston - NFL.com
An end to an era for Justin Houston in Kansas City. The Chiefs are releasing the outside linebacker after eight seasons, the team confirmed Sunday.
NFL top free agents in 2019: Le'Veon Bell, Earl Thomas best after tags
NFL teams looking for a high-impact pass rusher might be inclined to shell out big money in March, as several defenders could be in demand.
Kwon Alexander Rumors: 49ers, Jets Interested as Bucs LB Seeks 'Elite' Contract | Bleacher Report | Latest News, Videos and Highlights
Linebacker Kwon Alexander has the chance to test free agency for the first time since the Tampa Bay Buccaneers selected him with a fourth-round pick in 2015 and is reportedly seeking an "elite deal" worth between $10 and $12 million a year...
This has the potential to be a big market setter for free agency this week. Pass rushers getting paid could be a big theme. Will be interesting to see if it also extends to interior rushers as well, which is a position on #Saints radar. https://t.co/rlOiN62z3D— Deuce Windham (@RevDeuceWindham) March 11, 2019
Any team can contact him/his agent. Several can be interested. The key is is Ingram interested? For a couple months we've consistently heard he loves NOLA/wants to stay with #Saints.— Deuce Windham (@RevDeuceWindham) March 11, 2019
If a team offers him massive $(8M APY?) maybe he walks. This is is home though. I feel he stays. https://t.co/R6yG9dNna0
DT should be among priorities too. But I wouldn’t go overboard in free agency to overreact to Sheldon Rankins possibly missing early part of season and David Onyemata possibly facing short suspension. Both will be back eventually... OL definitely a draft need to plan for future. https://t.co/cJEjhQUMMC— Mike Triplett (@MikeTriplett) March 11, 2019
Legal tampering is here...— deuce mcallister (@dmcallister26) March 11, 2019
Now we get to hear about all the deals that were made in Indy.
I’m told the asking price for Kwon Alexander is $11-$12 million right now.— JennaLaineESPN (@JennaLaineESPN) March 11, 2019
One player who should go off the board quickly is #Patriots OT Trent Brown, who reinvented himself as a LT this season and could be among the highest paid at his position. Teams expect him to decide early in the tampering window.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 11, 2019