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Open Thread: NFL Free Agency, Day Two

After a hectic first day of free agency, we’ll keep you updated as news trickles in today.

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Open Thread: NFL Free Agency Begins

The legal tampering period — the negotiating time for prospective unrestricted free agents — continues today until free agency begins at 4 p.m. We’ll keep you updated on all […]

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Wake-Up Call: Sizing Up the Division Moves

We’ve had several requests to update the free-agent happenings across the rest of the division. And since we’re a publication of the people, we’re happy […]

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Wake-Up Call: On the Safety Front

Some safety-related  free-agency activity to catch you up on: — TJ Ward is drawing interest from about 11 teams across the league, according to Mary […]

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Open Thread: Free Agency Begins

The “legal tampering” period of free agency is underway. From noon Saturday through 4 p.m. Tuesday, teams are allowed to negotiate with the representation of […]

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Combine Notes: On Worilds and the OLB Hunt

INDIANAPOLIS — Billy Davis began his professional coaching career in Pittsburgh, learning from the likes of Dom Capers and Dick LeBeau, and in some respects […]

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Wake-Up Call: On OLB Free Agent Mike Neal

Mike Neal is the fourth-best outside linebacker 0n the free agent market, according to Rotoworld. It’s a bit of a feat that he is listed […]

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Eagles Wake-Up Call: DRC And the Corner Market

Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie signed a one-year deal with Broncos late Wednesday night.

Nobody knows the holes in DRC’s game better than Eagles observers, but many believed there would be some competition for the talented 26-year-old. It never developed, and DRC finds himself on a prove-it contract in Denver.

His signing solidifies the fact that the Eagles will go into 2013 with two new starting corners. They inked former Ram Bradley Fletcher to a two-year deal on the first day of free agency to compete for a job, but the all-important position remains paper thin at the moment.

Where to go from here?

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Free-Agency Buzz: News On Moore, Delmas And Winston

The three-day negotiating period for unrestricted free agents begins Saturday at midnight. (Details on what exactly that means here.) While nothing can become official until free agency officially open at 4 p.m. on March 12, there will be plenty of activity over the next few days. There is some news bubbling up already, in fact.

The latest:

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Dashon Goldson ‘Open To Pretty Much Anywhere’

Dashon Goldson stated his desire to return to San Francisco in a recent interview with Sirius XM, but allowed that there “hasn’t been much talk” of a new deal with the Niners as of yet. Free agency is just six days away.

“Hopefully something picks up and if they [don’t], I will be interested in what other teams would have to say,” Goldson said, adding that he would be open to playing “pretty much anywhere.”

Several stars would have to align for him to end up in Philadelphia.

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Eagles Watching Tag Game Closely

There have been some moves (and non-moves) around the league in recent days that could have an impact on the Eagles’ offseason plans. Here is the latest:

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Eagles Wake-Up Call: FA Options At Defensive Tackle

If there was any doubt that the Eagles  would be addressing defensive tackle this offseason, it was erased when both Mike Patterson and Cullen Jenkins were released Monday.

With Derek Landri poised to become a free agent, the Eagles currently have four interior linemen under contract: Fletcher Cox, Antonio Dixon, Cedric Thornton and Ronnie Cameron. No matter the eventual scheme, they will need to add players to the mix.

Howie Roseman, Chip Kelly and company could look for reinforcements in April’s draft (Florida’s Sharrif Floyd and Utah’s Star Lotulelei could both go early), but also have the opportunity to bolster the position via free agency, which kicks off on March 12.