Movers & Shakers

Another day of NFL free agency and another day of players moving and shaking.  Some big moves and some not so big and some players decided to stay put.  The NFL free agency that is a sports agent’s nightmare continues.

The Seahawks signed former Vikings WR Sidney Rice as well as the Vikings backup QB Tavaris Jackson.

The Cardinals won the Kevin Kolb sweepstakes getting him for CB Rogers-Cromartie and a 2nd round pick.

Albert Haynesworth is traded to the Patriots to begin reform school.

Jason Babin agreed to terms with the Eagles.

Reggie Bush decided to take his talents to South Beach and play for the Dolphins – they will need a lot more than an aging RB to compete.  Still no movement on the Kyle Orton possibly to Miami trade.

It looks like Steve Smith will stay with the Panthers.

The Bengals made a deal with Bruce Gradkowski to come in and mentor rookie QB Andy Dalton.

The Titans finally cut ties with disgruntled QB Vince Young and the Browns finally made it official by cutting QB Jake Delhomme.

The Seahawks will benefit from the addition of Rice, but will Jackson be the QB to lead the team now that Hasselbeck is gone?  The Cardinals finally get a viable QB but lose a big piece of their defense.

Will the Patriots reform Haynesworth and can he help them to another Super Bowl?  Will Reggie Bush be more than a kick returner or a goal line back in Miami?  Where will the Bengals get a QB – perhaps Young?

All this and more on tomorrow’s episode of movers and shakers.


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