Let’s review what each team in the division has done and where they stand now that we’re in the second week of 2019 free agency.
by: Michael Kirkland — Fansided: SideLion Report 2h
Free agency is helping the Detroit Lions try to build a winner. Needs still exist on the roster, though. Here's what happened in the second week of free ag...
by: Mike Florio — NBC Sports 4h
Only the NFL could react to a controversy that calls into question the legitimacy of a Super Bowl participant by implementing a fix that wouldn’t have avoided the controversy. That’s wh…
by: Roy Anderson — Fansided: Who Dat Dish 14h
The New Orleans Saints aren't done in free agency. On Thursday, Mar. 21, the team added veteran punt returner Marcus Sherels to the roster on a one-year de...
by: John Sigler — USA Today: Saints Wire 15h
The New Orleans Saints added their third Minnesota Vikings free agent of the offseason by signing defensive back Marcus Sherels, as first reported by Chris Tomasson of the St. Paul Pioneer Press. S…
by: ROD WALKER | email@example.com — The Advocate 16h
The Saints have reached an agreement with defensive back and returner Marcus Sherels, according to a source.
by: Thomas Lott — Sporting News 21h
The way the committee is considering reviewing rules is only if a penalty already has been called.
Ranking how all 32 NFL teams did in free agency: Browns at the top, Giants rank dead last - CBSSports.com
by: John Breech @johnbreech Mar 20, 2019 at 8:49 am ET • 20 min read — CBS Sports 20 Mar
Yup, we ranked all 32 teams based on how well they did in free agency
by: Jeff Risdon — USA Today: Lions Wire 20 Mar
Kenny Golladay’s teammate at NIU for a year
by: Dave Birkett, Detroit Free Press — Detroit Free Press 19 Mar
Tommylee Lewis will compete for a back-end roster spot with the Detroit Lions.
by: Nate Bouda — NFL Trade Rumors 19 Mar
Bears Bears re-signed P Pat O’Donnell. (NFLTR) Chargers Chargers re-signed WR Geremy Davis. (NFLTR) Colts Colts re-signed ERFA LS Luke Rhodes. Cowboys Cowboys signed WR Randall Cobb. (NFLTR) Cowboys re-signed long-snapper L.P. Ladouceur. (NFLTR)
by: Steven Mullenax — Fansided: SideLion Report 19 Mar
The Detroit Lions continue to bring in free agents, now signing a former Saint receiver who owns his NFL career, in part, to the great Bill Parcells. The D...