Dr. Dredlocks, aka Randy Moss, has signed a new deal to remain in New England. The contract is reportedly for three years and worth $27 million. (Yahoo! Sports)
Moss confirmed the deal on his website…
“I want to take time out to thank all of the fans for their support and for wishing me well in my return to New England,” therealrandymoss.com quotes him as saying. “I’m ready to get back. We have some unfinished business to take care of.”
That’s not to mention the many new hair care product endorsement deals he’s sure to sign. But I digress.
The Panthers might be meeting with left tackle Barry Sims released recently by Oakland. (Rock Hill Herald)
As soon as he was released by Oakland, the Panthers made contact with the agent for LT Barry Sims, a capable veteran who still has the ability to start. Those discussions continued through the weekend.
In other evening news from around the league…
Barely out the door in Atlanta and Warrick Dunn had setup a meeting with his old team, the Bucs. (St. Petersburg Times)
The Bears have traded QB Brian Griese to the Buccaneers for an undiscolosed draft pick.
The Bengals have signed free agent defensive end Antwan Odom to a 5-year $29.5 million deal. The deal includes $11.5 million in guaranteed money. (St. Paul Pioneer Press) The team will also be meeting with restricted free agent tight end Ben Utecht on Thursday.
The Rams have agreed to terms with free agent guard Jacob Bell.
An announcement is forthcoming from the Cardinals. They have reportedly signed Travis LaBoy. (Arizona Republic)
The Seattle Times has confirmed that free agent T.J. Duckett is meeting with the Seahawks on Monday.
Cardinals signed TE Jerame Tuman, formerly of the Steelers, to a two-year contract.
Fox Sports reports that a deal that would’ve sent Jets DT Dewayne Robertson to the Bengals in exchange for fourth- and fifth-round picks has reportedly been called off.
The Jaguars have released guard Chris Naeole.
The Bills met with safety Marlon McCree today.
Trent Green, the former Dolphins QB, met with the Saints today.
Wide receiver David Patten has been retained by the Saints with a new deal.
The Seahawks will meet with free agent LB Nick Greisen on Tuesday.
The Bears have pulled their multi-year offer to free agent LB Brendon Ayanbadejo off the table.
Free agent LB Darryl Blackstock will reportedly visit the Browns this week.
Coach Brad Childress acknowledged Monday that the Vikings are interested in free agent Jevon Kearse.