Day No. 4 NFL Free Agency 2012

Atlanta kept John Abraham. The pass rushing DE signed a new 3-year deal after meeting with several teams.

Raiders finally release Wimbley. Oakland tried to juggle a new contract under the salary cap for DE/OLB Kamerion Wimbley, but eventually they were forced to release him on Friday. Talented player now added to the free agent market.

Texans keep their center. UFA Chris Myers visited a few teams, but signed a 4-year, $25 million deal with Houston on Friday.

Going in reverse for Whitehurst. QB Charlie Whitehurst signed a 2-year deal with San Diego. Just two years ago, he was traded by the Chargers to Seattle.

Rams get a snapper for Bradford. Former Packers center Scott Wells was signed by St. Louis to a 4-year, $24 million deal.

Chargers added another defensive back. San Diego reached agreement with S Atari Bigby to a 2-year deal.

Jets sign a QB and WR. New York signed QB Drew Stanton and WR Chaz Schilens.

Colts get a safety. Indy signed S Tom Zbikowski.

Ravens keep their center. It’s a three-year contract for C Matt Birk and Baltimore.

Seattle re-signed FB Michael Robinson. The Seahawks got him back in a 2-year deal for $5 million.

The Cowboys kept active, as Dallas signed G Nate Livings, previously of the Bengals. Livings came over on a 5-year deal for $19 million.

Washington continued its active off-season, signing DB Cedric Griffin to a 1-year deal.

The Super Bowl champion Giants re-signed their franchise player P Steve Weatherford to a multi-year contract.

Special teams ace S Haruki Nakamura
left Baltimore and signed a 3-year deal with Carolina.

A lot of players were sent to the waiver wire on Friday – QB Billy Volek (San Diego), WR Chansi Stuckey (Arizona), G Kyle Kosier (Dallas).

Comments are closed.

Get the Flash Player to see the slideshow.


Other News