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38 min ago | Philadelphia Eagles
After taking care of in-house business all offseason, the Eagles dipped their collective toe into the free-agent market by addressing the safety position, agreeing to terms on a three-year deal with former New Orleans Saints safety .
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4 hrs ago | BleacherReport
This much is certain: The Philadelphia Eagles are better off at safety now that, according to Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer , they've signed veteran Malcolm Jenkins to a three-year contract.
7 hrs ago | Rant Sports
After spending his first five NFL seasons with the Buffalo Bills , Byrd appeared eager to get his first taste of free agency.
7 hrs ago | WGR-AM Buffalo
While the dust is starting to settle around the NFL in the opening hours of free agency, many of the top safeties to hit the market found a home.
9 hrs ago | The Advocate
The 2014 free agency signing period for the Saints and the rest of the NFL opened at 3 p.m. Tuesday.
After terminating the contracts of four respected veterans - five if you count running back Darren Sproles - the New Orleans Saints began the process of restocking their roster Saturday.
NFL free agency starts today, the latest step in an offseason of changes for the franchise.
The Daily News' Ralph Vacchiano reported on Monday that the Giants had expressed "interest" in signing center Brian de la Puente in free agency.
Jan 4, 2014; Philadelphia, PA, USA; New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton talks with safety Malcolm Jenkins during the second quarter against the Philadelphia Eagles during the 2013 NFC wild card playoff football game at Lincoln Financial Field.
After sending out a tweet earlier today making it sound like Pierre Thomas had been let go by the Saints, Malcolm Jenkins realized he caused quite a stir and apologized for the misinformation: I misspoke about @Pierre_Thomas earlier.
The New Orleans Saints want free safety Malcolm Jenkins back, but they aren't in a position to offer a long-term deal for their former first-round pick.
Strief's agent tweeted today that New Orleans "is not in a position to make an offer at this time," so Zach will become a free agent on Tuesday where he will be allowed to test the open market to see what teams are willing to pay for his blocking services.
The Eagles, as you may have heard, need a ball-hawking cover safety. And as luck would have it, Jairus Byrd, one of the league's very best ball-hawking cover safeties, is expected to be available on Tuesday when the 2014 free-agent signing period commences.
Sources tell ESPN's Adam Schefter that the Saints are willing to trade Pierre Thomas, Lance Moore, and Darren Sproles.