By the end of Tuesday, the Minnesota Vikings lost all three of their quarterbacks from the 2017 season. Sam Bradford (Cardinals), Teddy Bridgewater (Jets), and Case Keenum (Broncos) will be heading out of the Twin Cities.
[picapp align=”center” wrap=”false” link=”term=Jay+Cutler&iid=7371327″ src=”b/2/9/1/Bears_Cutler_stands_472a.JPG?adImageId=10999995&imageId=7371327″ width=”380″ height=”253″ /] Don’t look so down, Jay. Help is on the way. Today marks the beginning of NFL free agency. It appears the Chicago Bears are playing the role of the Washington Redskins as the league’s biggest spenders so far.
[picapp align=”right” wrap=”true” link=”term=Terrell+Owens&iid=7991179″ src=”f/a/c/1/AMuse_FallWinter_2010_bf8c.jpg?adImageId=10472288&imageId=7991179″ width=”234″ height=”351″ /] Months after inking a deal with a modeling agency, Terrell Owens found himself styling and profiling on a runway last night during a fashion show.
Free agency began with a bang yesterday. While Albert Haynesworth is a great player, he’s no Reggie White. The Minister of Defense was the free agent score of all-time.
According to the Houston Chronicle, Albert Haynesworth is set to sign with the Washington Redskins once the free agency period begins on February 27. The deal could be worth $15 or $16 million per season and likely to get the past $100 million marker in the deal.