Broncos NewsQuarterback Brady Quinn has signed a deal with the Chiefs. I think he had enough of the Tebowmania and waiting for Manning.
Brodrick Bunkley has scheduled a Sunday visit with the Saints
TE Daniel Fells is scheduled to meet with the Patriots on Monday
SigningsThe Rams have agreed to terms with ex-Dolphins DL Kendall Langford, according to a league source.
Patriots sign WR Anthony Gonzalez
Free-agent wide receiver Brandon Lloyd has agreed to terms with the New England Patriots, according to a league source. Lloyd’s deal is worth $12 million over three years, a league source told NFL Network’s Jason La Canfora.
Bengals sign former Panther guard Travelle Wharton.
DT Jason Jones signed a 1-year deal with the Seahawks
New England reached an agreement on a 1-yr. deal with former Raider DL Trevor Scott
RT Eric Winston signs with the Chiefs
Carolina signed Haruki Nakamura and released DeMario Pressley.
Giants sign punter Steve Weatherford to five-year, $12.75 million deal, per league source.
Cowboys snag Bengals G Nate Livings with a five-year, $19 million deal, with $6.2 million guaranteed
Washington signed CB Cedric Griffin.
Tom Zbikowski is joining Chuck Pagano with the Colts.
The Jets have agreed with ex-Raiders WR Chaz Schilens.
The Rams have agreed to terms with former Packers center Scott Wells
Oakland is adding former Rams CB Ronald Bartell and former Texans guard Mike Brisiel.
SD agreed on 2yr $2.5M to $4.5M deal for DB Atari Bigby.
ResigningThe Lions have re-signed OT Jeff Backus to a two-year, $10 million contract
Eagles re-sign OG Evan Mathis to a 5-year, $25 million deal
Chargers re-sign TE Randy McMichael
Scratch John Abraham off the Broncos' list; the Falcons have re-signed him to a three-year deal, as per Adam Schefter.
Seattle re-signed FB Michael Robinson
The Ravens have re-signed Matt Birk.
Former Broncos center Chris Myers will be back with the Texans.
ReleaseAs has been long expected, the Raiders will release LB Kamerion Wimbley
Oakland met with CB Shawntae Spencer, recently of the Niners.
RumorsNone that I could find.
ManningSome interesting stuff happened in the last few days in the Manning department. That dark horse team that I thought might come out did. The 49ers, who haven't resigned Alex Smith, have been in contact with Manning and worked him out earlier in the week. How they managed to sneak this in with the amount of Media following the Manning situation is surprising, really. But since then the Broncos and Titans have had another meeting with Manning, worked him out and made him pass a physical. It is believed that Manning will make a decision on Monday or Tuesday. Therefore watch this space in the coming days. In my mind if all Manning cared about is winning he should pick the 49ers. They are the best team of the three and really only a QB away from winning a Superbowl.
That is it from me for now as we await the Manning decision ~ Aussie.