Panthers Meet with Landon


Unrestricted free agent linebacker Landon Johnson visited with the Carolina Panthers.  According to the Cincinnati Enquirer the Bengals are still interested in retaining Johnson.  He has led the team in tackles three out of his four seasons in the league.

We’ll keep you posted if there are any further details.

The Saints have signed Dan Morgan to a one-year deal.  (Gaston Gazette)  No details of the contract were revealed.

As I’m sure you have already guessed, Morgan can now face his former team twice next season and try to prove them wrong for letting him go.

Former Panthers defensive tackle Kindal Moorehead has signed on with the Falcons.

I’m not sure if this is just coincidence but doesn’t it seem to you that all the former Panthers want to sign with a team so they can play against their former team?

At least Drew Carter had the decency to meet with the Titans and not the Bucs on Thursday.

There is more in our Quick Hits…

Brian Kelly, the free agent cornerback, remains a free man after leaving the Giants facilities without a contract in hand.

Danny Clark, a free agent lineback met with the Raiders on Thursday.

Left with nearly no one at the position, the Patriots signed former Lewis Sanders, a former Falcons cornerback.

Eugene Wilson, a former Patriot, has been contacted by the Bengals.

Anthony Becht, formerly of the Bucs, has signed on to be the new tight end in St. Louis.

Rams re-signed G/T Adam Goldberg.’s Adam Caplan reports the contract is for one year.

In addition to the Packers, free agent Mark Brunell is reportedly drawing interest from the Saints and Falcons.

Appearing on WCNN-AM in Atlanta Thursday, suspended CB Pacman Jones said he’s changed his off-field ways and is ready to rejoin the NFL.  Maybe instead of making it rain he could very well just cause a brief shower in strip clubs now.

David Garrard says he and the Jaguars are “not far off” in long-term contract talks.

How desperate are the Broncos for wide receivers?  They signed WR Edell Shepherd, formerly of the Lions.

Bucs agreed to terms with Ben Troupe on a two-year contract, according to NFL Network’s Adam Schefter.