Monthly Archives: February 2014

Jets put franchise tag on K Folk (The SportsXchange)

The New York Jets placed the franchise tag on placekicker Nick Folk, the team announced Friday.

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Shutdown Corner Offseason Blueprints: Philadelphia Eagles (Shutdown Corner)

After the Seattle Seahawks won Super Bowl XLVIII, all 32 teams officially entered the offseason and started plotting how they could position themselves for a shot at Super Bowl XLIX. Shutdown Corner will look at the offseason blueprint for each of the 32 NFL teams, presenting one team a day (using the 2014 draft order, starting with the Houston Texans and finishing with the Seahawks), leading you right up to the start of free agency on March 11.
PHILADELPHIA EAGLES
2013 record: 10-6
Projected current salary-cap space ( according to OverTheCap.com ): $26.2 million under the cap

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2014 NFL free-agent rankings (offensive players) (Shutdown Corner)

At 4 p.m. ET on March 11, the spending spree begins. That’s when NFL free agency officially opens. Teams have their wallets ready, with the salary cap increasing past $130 million, and hundreds of free agents available to drop millions on.
Every team hopes that pass rusher or wide receiver they just dropped eight figures on will be the one to push them to the playoffs. There’s a little something for everyone this year, between instant stars and fine young bargains at almost all positions.
Here’s the ranking of every significant offensive free agent teams will be clamoring to sign in hopes of building a winner for 2014:

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2014 NFL free-agent rankings (defensive and special teams players) (Shutdown Corner)

At 4 p.m. on March 11, the spending spree begins. That’s when NFL free agency officially begins.
Teams have their wallets ready, with the salary cap increasing past $130 million, and hundreds of free agents available to drop millions on. Every team hopes that pass rusher or wide receiver they just dropped eight figures on will be the one to push them to the playoffs.
There’s a little something for everyone this year, between instant impact stars and fine young bargains at almost all positions.
Here’s the ranking of every significant defensive and special teams free agent (you can find the offensive free agents here ) who teams will be clamoring to sign in hopes of building a winner for 2014:

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