Today the Buffalo Bills gave Fred Jackson, their leader in the locker room a contract extension.
This could mean goodbye CJ Spiller especially when you look at the team signing both Anthony Dixon and Bryce Brown in the off-season.
@NFL_ATL: Fred Jackson signs contract extension with Bills.
The Bills are claiming they will they do not and are not looking to trade Spiller , but if a good offer comes across the table, I doubt they will pass it up.
Last year the Colts traded a first rounder for Trent Richardson. Spiller is a way better back than T-Rich.
Today the Washington Redskins signed DT Jake McDonough.
McDonough has been on several teams since entering the league. McDonough played collegiately for Iowa State.
Josh Harris is best known for his rant of not being drafted saying his coaches said bad things about him. Well today he was signed by the Steelers.
The Steelers signed running back Josh Harris, an undrafted free agent out of Wake Forest, and waived/injured center David Snow. Snow broke his foot in practice and will undergo surgery.
Today the San Francisco 49ers cut former Southern Illinois QB Kory faulkner who Jim Harbaugh was in love with. This is the same quarterback that Harbaugh flew to Illinois to meet with.
This is a strange cut, but the team did claim an Offensive Tackle from the Dolphins in a corresponding move.
@Eric_Branch: #49ers have claimed OT Michael Phillip off waivers from Miami. They waived rookie QB Kory Faulkner, their fifth QB.
Sharing his practice notes with NFL Network’s Around The League, Charlie Casserly — the former Redskins general manager — believes that Cleveland’s “quarterback of the future is tied to its two No. 1 draft choices for next year,” writing: “I don’t think Brian Hoyer or Johnny Manziel will be the answer.”
This is not good for new head coach Mike Pettine, if it comes to fruition.
Panthers offensive lineman Travelle Wharton officially announced his retirement at a press conference at Wofford College, about 30 minutes from where he grew up and started playing the game.
Wharton, 33, played in 115 games and started 111 for Carolina. He also spent time with Cincinnati, though he never started a game for the Bengals due to injuries.
This is just one more player the Panthers lost on their offensive line this year.