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Dolphins sign Knowshon Moreno to a 1-year deal

Dolphins sign Knowshon Moreno to a 1-year deal

By: Chris Taylor

 

 

 

The Miami Dolphins and former Denver Broncos running back Knowshon Moreno have agreed to terms on a 1-year contract worth a reported $3 million, this according to NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport.

Last season with Denver, Moreno rushed for a career-high 1,038 yards and scored 10 touchdowns.

The Dolphins will be hoping that Knowshon can produce similar numbers this season in Miami. Last year, the Dolphins backfield struggled to find consistency behind running backs Lamar Miller and Daniel Thomas, thus prompting a change in the position.

With the departure of Moreno, Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning will now turn to Montee Bell for most of Denver’s offensive carries.

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Vince Wilfork and Patriots agree to 3-year extension

Vince Wilfork and Patriots agree to 3-year extension

By: Chris Taylor

 

 

 

Vince Wilfork will remain a New England Patriot after all.

Today, the long time Patriots defensive tackle agreed on a 3-year contract extension with the club worth a reported $22.5 million, according to NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport.

It was just over a week ago when Wilfork asked the Patriots organization to grant him his release. However, thanks to some encouraging words from Pats owner Robert Kraft, and a healthy new contract, Vince has decided to remain New England.

Wilfork turns 33 year-old in November and is coming off a torn Achilles tendon, yet he is still widely regarded as one of the leagues best defensive tackles.

The Patriots obviously believe that the injury will have no ill effects on Wilfork’s ability to perform at an elite level, which they will need him to do this season if they plan on contending with the defending AFC champion Denver Broncos.

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Broncos ink receiver Emmanuel Sanders to a 3-year deal

Broncos ink receiver Emmanuel Sanders to a 3-year deal

By: Chris Taylor

 

 

 

The Denver Broncos announced on Sunday that they have come to terms with former Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Emmanuel Sanders on a 3-year deal.

Sanders caught a career-high 67 passes for 740 yards and 6 touchdown scores last season with the Steelers. 

Emmanuel’s signing more/less replaces the loss of receiver Eric Decker, who signed with the New York Jets just days ago.

Rating NFL MVP Peyton Manning will now have Demaryius Thomas, Wes Welker, Andre Caldwell and Emmanuel Sanders to throw to in the 2014 season.

The news spells trouble for every defense around the league, as this years Denver offense looks like it could be even more prolific than last seasons record-setting squad.

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Patriots resign Julian Edelman, add corner Brandon Browner

Patriots resign Julian Edelman, add corner Brandon Browner

By: Chris Taylor

 

 

 

After testing the free agent market, wide receiver Julian Edelman has decided to return home to New England for the 2014 season.

The Patriots announced Saturday that they had signed the 27-year-old receiver to a new contract, details of which have yet to be released.

The news likely has Patriots star quarterback Tom Brady breathing a sigh of relief, as he had lost a similar talent (Wes Welker) just a season ago to free agency.

Edelman was Tom Brady’s go-to-receiver last season, catching 105 receptions (4th in the NFL) for 1056 yards and 6 touchdown scores.

Meanwhile, the Patriots also continued to beef up their secondary over the weekend, as they signed former Seattle Seahawks cornerback Brandon Browner.

New England’s secondary looked to be in trouble after losing their best corner from 2013, Aqib Talib, to the Denver Broncos in free agency. However, the Pats have since responded in a big way by signing both shut down corner Darrelle Revis and now the 2013 Super Bowl champion Brandon Browner.

The Patriots and Browner agreed to terms on a three year deal worth a reported $17 million. The combination of Revis and Browner gives New England one of the top defensive back pairings in the league, if not the best.

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