More Quick Hits from Around the League

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The Steelers have franchised tackle Max Starks but have included no compensation should he sign elsewhere.  (ESPN)

Matt Walsh, the former Patriots’ videographer may be speaking to Commissioner Roger Goodell soon, according to ESPN.

The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports that the Packers have released Bubba Franks adding yet another high-profile tight end to the list of the unemployed.

According to a report from the Tennessean, the Titans have placed the franchise tag on Albert Haynesworth effectively removing one of the potentially most sought after free agents from the market.

Corey Williams has been franchised by the Packers and will return to the frozen tundra to play defensive tackle one more season.  (Wisconsin Journal-Sentinel)

Safety Dwight Smith has been released by the Vikings per a story from the Minnesota Star Tribune.

The bad boy image continues in Oakland with the arrest of cornerback Fabian Washington for an alleged assault on his girlfriend.  (Suncoast Channel 7)

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  • UtesFan89

    The Steelers didn’t franchise Starks, they put the transition tag on him. Pretty much, it gives them 7 days to match any offer he gets, but they get no compensation if he leaves.

  • John White

    Good point!  You’re right.  But this could hurt them in the long run if another team steps up with an offer considering they can use the poison pill clause in any contract now.  This one could get interesting.

  • UtesFan89

    Agreed.Especially with the Steelers all but saying that if Faneca leaves, Starks is going to get major time. They better hope they have a good back-up plan.