NFL Free Agency Rumors
March 16, 2012 by staff
NFL Free Agency Rumors, So who is left? As the NFL free agency period continues to trudge along, which players are left to pick from the tree? Defensive end Mario Williams signed a very lucrative deal with the Buffalo Bills and guard Steve Hutchinson is now a Tennessee Titan.
Some big-named players have taken their talents to new teams or re-upped with their previous ones, but there are still a few remaining free agents who have plenty to offer your favorite team.
Quarterback Matt Flynn is still playing the field as of Thursday evening. He’s being courted by the Seattle Seahawks with plans to visit the Miami Dolphins. For quarterbacks, Flynn is the hot name right now outside of Peyton Manning.
I believe he will be signed by either the Seahawks or Dolphins, but if Seattle keeps him in the coffee town for an extra day, they may end up with his services.
The Peyton Manning show continues as he decides between the Titans and Broncos. According to Michael Lombardi of NFL.com, Manning will make a decision within 24 hours.
As far as this process has stretched, it would not surprise me if another team peeked into the running for Manning’s services. It was believed that the Broncos and Cardinals were tops on the list, but now it is the Titans and Broncos. Who knows where Archie’s son will end up?
Former first-round pick Robert Gallery, a guard, is now on the market. He was released earlier this week and from what I can tell, he has no immediate suitors. I am sure that will change, but no team is beating his door down.
Running back Michael Bush is being pursued by the Bears and Bengals. Chicago had issues with their backup running back and turnovers last year, so Bush would be a suitable reserve option.
Lastly, former Colts center Jeff Saturday may end up in Tennessee. As Manning makes up his mind about a playing destination next year, Saturday’s services are wanted by the Titans if Peyton signs with them.
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