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  • Jacoby Jones to Chargers on two-year deal, per source

    Jacoby Jones to Chargers on two-year deal, per source
    Former Ravens wide receiver and kick returner Jacoby Jones is headed to the West Coast to join the San Diego Chargers on a two-year deal with a maximum value of $5.5 million, according to a league source.
  • A look at the NFL's All-Cut team

    A look at the NFL's All-Cut team
    Every year around this time a solid supply of NFL veterans can be found on the waiver wire because teams purge their roster to create salary cap space. This year, as tomorrow's start of free agency conversations approach, is no different. I've always...

    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...

    Jacoby Jones visiting Bengals, Titans up next, source says

    Jacoby Jones visiting Bengals, Titans up next, source says
    Former Ravens wide receiver and kick returner Jacoby Jones could be staying in the AFC North division. Jones is visiting the Cincinnati Bengals on Monday, according to a source. The Tennessee Titans are Jones' next scheduled visit, the source said....

    Waiver wire is filled with talented players that can help Dolphins

    Waiver wire is filled with talented players that can help Dolphins
    There's absolutely nothing wrong with shopping in the clearance section. The NFL's waiver wire is getting pretty crowded these days as NFL teams purge their rosters to prepare for free agency, getting under the projected salary cap, and as a result some...