this is a discussion within the Saints Community Forum; March 11, 2006) -- Free agency has opened with a flurry. Already, numerous teams are on the board. Take a glance at the deals, and the potential soon-to-be deals. Baltimore defensive tackle Maake Kemoeatu reached an agreement with Carolina -- ...
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a quick look at signings and visits scheduled. so far anyway
March 11, 2006) -- Free agency has opened with a flurry. Already, numerous teams are on the board. Take a glance at the deals, and the potential soon-to-be deals.
Baltimore defensive tackle Maake Kemoeatu reached an agreement with Carolina -- 5 years, $23 million, with $8 million of it guaranteed.
New Orleans center LeCharles Bentley agreed to terms with Cleveland -- 6 years, $36 million, with $12 million of it guaranteed.
Dallas agreed to terms with G Kyle Kosier on a five-year, $15 million deal that includes a $5 million signing bonus.
Arizona agreed to terms with DT Kendrick Clancy on a four-year, $8.1 million deal.
Carolina re-signed RB DeShaun Foster to a three-year deal worth about $14.5 million.
Tampa Bay re-signed FB Mike Alstott to a one-year, $1.5 million deal.
Minnesota re-signed WR Koren Robinson to a three-year, $12.7 million deal that, with options, really is a one-year, $3 million deal.
Green Bay re-signed DE Aaron Kampman.
San Diego quarterback Drew Brees is scheduled to visit New Orleans today, but first is meeting with Miami officials in Alabama.
Indianapolis running back Edgerrin James will visit Arizona today.
Pittsburgh wide receiver Antwaan Randle El will visit Washington today and Chicago on March 12.
Cincinnati quarterback Jon Kitna will visit the Jets.
Pittsburgh defensive tackle Kimo Von Oelhoffen will visit the Jets today.
Arizona quarterback Josh McCown will visit Detroit on March 12, then New Orleans, then Miami
Seattle wide receiver Joe Jurevicius will visit Cleveland on March 12. The two sides seem as if they are closing in on a four-year deal.
Green Bay center Mike Flanagan will visit Houston today.
Washington tight end Robert Royal will visit Buffalo today.
Baltimore safety Will Demps will visit Cincinnati today and Minnesota on March 13.
Miami quarterback Sage Rosenfels will visit Houston today.
Chiefs backup quarterback Todd Collins will Washington on March 12.
New England wide receiver David Givens will visit Miami today and Houston on March 12.
San Diego linebacker Ben Leber will visit Minnesota today, and likely will sign there.
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|03-11-2006, 03:53 PM||#2|
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RE: a quick look at signings and visits scheduled. so far an
CRAP MAAKE IS OFF THE MARKET... goodness if we're going to go into next season with Young and Sullivan starting next to each other than we're going to be in trouble. We could have done that deal easily. Just imagine a healthy Jenkins and Maake to go along with Peppers... sick. Who are they going to double team? That Clancy deal looks to be a steal also.