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Apr 10 2013 - Emmanuel Sanders (Steelers), WR Emmanuel Sanders was signed to an offer sheet by the New England Patriots, giving the Pittsburgh Steelers five days to match the contract to retain the restricted free agent.
According to multiple reports, the offer is for one year but the value of the contract is unknown. If the Steelers don't match the offer, they will receive a third-round pick as compensation.
Apr 2 2013 - Jason Hanson (Lions), K Jason Hanson announced his retirement from the NFL after 21 seasons with the Lions.
Hanson, a second-round pick in 1992, opted to retire when a contract agreement couldn't be reached with the Lions for the 2013 season. Hanson said he didn't want to play for another team.
No player in NFL history has played more games with one team (327). The 42-year-old is the NFL-record holder with 52 field goals of 50-plus yards and is third all-time with 2,150 points and 495 field goals.
The Lions could sign his replacement soon or wait to find a rookie during or after the draft. The Ravens signed undrafted kicker Justin Tucker before 2012, and he made multiple game-winning kicks for the Super Bowl champions.
Former San Francisco 49ers kicker David Akers visited the facility this week and at least one other free agent, Justin Medlock, worked out for the Lions.
Mar 28 2013 - Ahmad Bradshaw (Free Agent), RB Ahmad Bradshaw and the Pittsburgh Steelers could be a match if the injury-prone 27-year-old can pass medical inspection.
Bradshaw visited with the Steelers on Thursday and the team gave him a physical. According to multiple reports, a deal could come together quickly if the Steelers don't see red flags with his health. That's a concern, perhaps, considering Bradshaw's history of foot and lower-leg injuries.
He had three surgeries on his right foot since entering the NFL as a seventh-round pick in 2007.
"Pound for pound, Bradshaw is one of the toughest football players that I've been around," Giants general manager Jerry Reese said in February. "Ahmad played football like Giants football should be played."
The Steelers used a medley of running backs last season, but none of a trio of Rashard Mendenhall, Jonathan Dwyer and Isaac Redman rushed for 625 yards or averaged more than 4.0 yards per carry.
Mar 13 2013 - Wes Welker (Broncos), WR Wes Welker reached an agreeement on a two-year, $12-million deal with the Denver Broncos, the NFL Network reported Wednesday.
Welker, one of the top unrestricted free agents available, had 118 receptions for 1,354 yards and six touchdowns in 2012 with the New England Patriots. It was his fifth 100-catch season -- an NFL record -- with the Patriots.
Welker played last season for $9.5 million, the terms applied under the franchise designation, and he and the Patriots reportedly remained far apart in negotiations toward a long-term deal.
The 31-year-old is considered an ideal fit in the Patriots' offense, but the Broncos offer many of the same perks Welker found in New England.
Denver acquired Peyton Manning in free agency last March and has two promising young receivers, Demaryius Thomas and Eric Decker, to form a potent passing attack that could become lethal by adding Welker as a slot receiver.
Brandon Stokley was the primary No. 3 receiver for the Broncos last season. It's an essential spot in the Broncos' no-huddle offense. Stokley caught 45 passes for 544 yards.
Mar 13 2013 - Dashon Goldson (Buccaneers), S Dashon Goldson, who helped the San Francisco 49ers reach the Super Bowl, signed a five-year deal with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Wednesday.
The deal, worth an estimated $40 to $42 million, will average about $8 million per season. The Tampa Bay Times reported that the Buccaneers sent a private plane to pick up Goldson on Tuesday in California and bring him to Florida to conclude negotiations. Goldson, who played in the Pro Bowl the last two years, would team at safety for the Bucs with second-year pro Mark Barron.
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