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  • Don't expect Ndamukong Suh to remain with Dolphins for six seasons at current price

    Don't expect Ndamukong Suh to remain with Dolphins for six seasons at current price
    We know defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh is expected to sign a six-year, $114 million contract with the Dolphins, with $60 million guaranteed. In fact, he’ll likely sign today. But what are the chances he stays with the Dolphins for the entire six seasons and gets this contract’s full value? Not good.
  • Hyde5: Five thoughts on Dolphins' mega-deal with Suh

    Hyde5: Five thoughts on Dolphins' mega-deal with Suh
    The contract's numbers are admittedly staggering. The six-year, $114 million and $60 million guaranteed, as first reported by ESPN's Chris Mortensen, is the largest overall number for a non-quarterback and the largest guaranteed money ever in football....

    DeSean Jackson signs deal with Washington Redskins

    DeSean Jackson signs deal with Washington Redskins
    WASHINGTON — The Washington Redskins made their biggest move yet of the offseason Tuesday night, adding three-time Pro Bowl receiver DeSean Jackson days after the dynamic playmaker was released by the rival Philadelphia Eagles. Jackson's publicist...

    2012 NFL free agency primer: the defensive linemen

    2012 NFL free agency primer: the defensive linemen
    Houston Texans defensive end turned outside linebacker Mario Williams will be the marquee free agent this offseason not named Peyton Manning. (Interesting side note: The Texans drafted Williams No. 1 overall in part due to Manning’s presence in...

    The Pack is back to open the 2011 NFL regular season

    NFL offseason summary: The rich (Philadelphia Eagles, New England Patriots) got richer, the poor (Cincinnati Bengals) got poorer, and oh, by the way, everyone made a pile of cash. That's the way it often goes with sports work stoppages. The lockout...