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    Eagles to release LB Cole

    The Philadelphia Eagles will part ways with starting outside linebacker Trent Cole, perhaps as early as Wednesday, according to The two sides had discussed reworking Cole’s contract — the 32-year-old was due to earn $10 million in base salary next season — but could not come to terms. Cole played 10 seasons with... [Read More]

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    Titans part with Pollard, claim Massaquoi

    The Tennessee Titans released veteran safety Bernard Pollard on Tuesday and picked up linebacker Jonathan Massaquoi off waivers. After leading the Titans in tackles in 2013, the 30-year-old Pollard suffered an Achilles tendon injury that cut short his 2014 season after five games and 27 total tackles. The hard-hitting and outspoken Pollard asked the... [Read More]

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    NFL Chat with John Owning 3/3/15

    John Owning hosts his weekly chat on Tuesday at 5 p.m. EST. [Read More]

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    Colts sign DE Okine

    Well-traveled free agent defensive end Earl Okine signed a contract with the Indianapolis Colts on Tuesday. The 6-foot-6, 284-pound Okine originally signed with the Houston Texans as an undrafted free agent in 2013 but was waived three months later, Since then, he has played in the Canadian Football League, Arena Football League and Fall... [Read More]

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    Panthers retain DT Cole

    The Carolina Panthers re-signed defensive tackle Colin Cole to a one-year contract on Tuesday after the veteran played in all 16 regular-season games in 2014. Cole joined the Panthers as a free agent in 2013 and has seen action in 31 of 32 games in the two years since his arrival. He has started... [Read More]

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    Report: Cowboys, WR Beasley agree on new deal

    The Dallas Cowboys will re-sign productive slot receiver Cole Beasley, according to reports Tuesday. The 25-year-old Beasley and the Cowboys reached agreement on a four-year contract estimated to be worth $13.6 million and includes $7 million in guaranteed money and a $4 million signing bonus, reported. Fellow wide receiver Dez Bryant liked the... [Read More]

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    Seahawks’ Wilson to visit Rangers again

    Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson will visit the Texas Rangers’ spring training camp again this year, stopping by on March 28 for an exhibition game against the San Diego Padres. Wilson, a former minor league baseball player who went on to become a Super Bowl winning quarterback, also joined the Rangers early in spring... [Read More]

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    Falcons sign LB Stupar to extension

    The Atlanta Falcons signed linebacker Nate Stupar to a one-year contract extension Tuesday. Financial terms were not disclosed, but it is a veteran minimum $585,000 deal, per “Blessed to sign back with the @atlantafalcons Lets bring back the ‘Dirty Bird’ style of play #StupLyfe #RiseUp,” Stuper posted to his Twitter account Tuesday. Stupar,... [Read More]

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    Eagles release CB Williams

    Cornerback Cary Williams was released by the Philadelphia Eagles, who could be in the market for a pair of starters at the position. Williams was due a base salary of $6.5 million and was scheduled to count $8 million against the salary cap in 2015. He started 32 games in two seasons with the... [Read More]

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    Patriots name Ventrone special teams assistant

    Nine-year NFL veteran Ray Ventrone joined the coaching staff of the New England Patriots as assistant special teams coach. Ventrone played with New England (2006-2008), the New York Jets (2007), Cleveland Browns (2009-2012) and the San Francisco 49ers (2013-2014), primarily as a special teams player. He originally signed with the Patriots as a rookie... [Read More]