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  • Ravens news, notes and opinions on Andre Johnson, franchise tag and more

    From Derrick Mason to Anquan Boldin to Steve Smith, the Ravens have a history of acquiring big-name wide receivers late in their careers and benefiting from them having productive seasons. That’s why not long after the Houston Chronicle’s...
  • Price would be steep if Bears try to sign safety Devin McCourty

    Price would be steep if Bears try to sign safety Devin McCourty
    If the Bears want to take one giant leap to solve a long-standing issue at safety, a pricey fix will likely be available. The Patriots exercised their franchise tag on kicker Stephen Gostkowski before Monday's deadline, meaning free safety Devin...
  • Lions decide not to use franchise tag on Ndamukong Suh

    In the end, the money was just too much. The Detroit Lions will not use the franchise tag on all-pro defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh, the team announced Monday morning, paving the way for him to become an unrestricted free agent if a long-term deal with...
  • Lions won't put franchise tag on Ndamukong Suh

    Lions won't put franchise tag on Ndamukong Suh
    Ndamukong Suh appears headed to the open market, and the star defensive tackle will be the most coveted NFL free agent available unless the Detroit Lions are able to strike a deal to keep him in place in the next week. The Lions' website reported Monday...
  • Free-agent market offers many intriguing prospects for Bears

    Free-agent market offers many intriguing prospects for Bears
    With the NFL scouting combine in the rearview mirror, the league's spotlight has shifted quickly toward free agency, in which the Bears will make their first big steps in their roster revision efforts. The new league year begins at 3 p.m. March 10,...
  • Limited supply of free-agent cornerbacks could lead to big deals, sources say

    Limited supply of free-agent cornerbacks could lead to big deals, sources say
    The supply of cornerbacks in free agency isn't expected to meet the demand around the NFL, which could lead to inflation in the price of defensive backs, according to league sources. The market ceiling will probably be established by Seattle Seahawks...
  • On Bears defense, it's clear all the pieces aren't anywhere near in place

    INDIANAPOLIS — As the Bears sort through the roster puzzle en route to free agency and the draft, it's about determining which piece best fills each specific need. The first is going to affect the second, and agents who have met with the team at...
  • Is it more likely that Justin Forsett stays with Ravens or joins Gary Kubiak in Denver?

    Is it more likely that Justin Forsett stays with Ravens or joins Gary Kubiak in Denver?
    The so-called Gary Kubiak effect means running back Justin Forsett, fresh off a 1,266-yard season and 5.4 yards per carry for the Ravens, has vaulted up the free-agent running back rankings as he looks for his first big-money contract. A potential...
  • Hyde5: Kiper says 3 Canes will go in NFL draft's 1st round

    Hyde5: Kiper says 3 Canes will go in NFL draft's 1st round
    1. University of Miami fans haven’t had anything to get mad about Al Golden this week, so it was timely of Mel Kiper to throw chum in the water with a mock draft where three Hurricanes go in the first round. Draft day used to be a day to celebrate...
  • NFL formalizes panel to assess Los Angeles stadium plans, set rules for possible move

    NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has established an internal committee to review stadium options in Los Angeles and coordinate any possible move to Southern California, according to a league memo obtained Monday by The Associated Press. Goodell's action...
  • Bill O'Brien: Lifting Penn State's sanctions was the 'right thing to do'

    Bill O'Brien: Lifting Penn State's sanctions was the 'right thing to do'
    Since leaving State College for Houston, former Penn State coach Bill O'Brien has been critical of the NCAA sanctions placed on his team in 2012. On Thursday, the Texans' second-year coach called lifting those sanctions "the right thing to do." "I...