Everyone else is lying, man who is (probably) lying says

"Waiting to hear back from Denver, Weinberg e-mailed the 49ers with news Sanders won’t be making his flight as planned. He then responded to the Chiefs’ latest offer, which had been sent to him via e-mail. With his client overwhelmed, Weinberg told the Chiefs what he had been telling all the teams - he and Sanders would review their offers that evening. "The Chiefs replied about 10 minutes later; "No need to review it, Steve. Had you picked up your phone when we were calling, you would know that we have pulled the offer." "Weinberg was dumbfounded. After receiving a series of angry and threatening text messages, Weinberg realized that the Chiefs had obviously misinterpreted what was happening and jumped to unreasonable conclusions. They wrongfully assumed Weinberg was not picking up his phone because he was too busy calling other teams and "shopping" their "deal". This was most definitely not the case. "Reports all seem to criticize Weinberg for not honoring an oral agreement that did not exist; yet it was the Chiefs who actually pulled out of the deal — before Denver ever submitted their formal offer to Sanders.

Agent denies ever having verbal agreement with Chiefs for Emmanuel Sanders | National Football Post


Other teams interested in BJ Raji before he signed his deal with the #Packers? #Raiders and #Chiefs.

Ian Rapoport (RapSheet) on Twitter


Wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders‘ tour of NFL teams stopped at the Chiefs on Friday and it is set to continue over the weekend. Multiple reports indicate Sanders will travel to San Francisco for a visit with the 49ers as long as he doesn’t reach a deal with the Chiefs or another one of the teams he’s visited since the start of free agency. Sanders, No. 39 on PFT’s list of the top 100 free agents, has also paid visits to the Buccaneers and Jaguars.

Emmanuel Sanders will head to San Francisco next | ProFootballTalk

A Cowboy fans take on Miles Austin

Wow. It's taken me a while to get used to the idea of the Cowboys without Miles Austin. I'm really going to miss him. The glass hamstrings, the alligator arms, the willingness to cash an enormous paycheck for doing almost nothing. It's not going to be the same on Sundays not seeing him standing on the sidelines nursing a chipped nail or ingrown hair while his team gets their butt kicked again. On the sunshine side of the ledger (as Paul Harvey used to say), the Cowboys will save 2.75 million dollars by not paying him not to play. Also, since he's no longer with them, they were able to let the team gynecologist go, as well as saving several thousand dollars a year on Midol and Pamprin. So, fare thee well, Miles. Perhaps the 49ers will sign you. I heard that they signed emotionally fragile malcontent crybaby Jonathan Martin. You two could sit around the locker room reading Tiger Beat magazine braiding each others' hair while the actual men on your team play football on Sundays. Clean out your locker, roll up your Justin Bieber posters, pack 'em in your Hello Kitty backpack and you and your boyfriend have a great life, you complete waste of oxygen.

From a friend on another newsgroup


Pat Angerer – ILB Colts This is a potential candidate that I believe 1 Arrowhead drive is looking at. He did have a knee surgery which slowed his production in 2013 however; he is a tackling machine, stud run stuffer and a more than adequate in TE coverage. He’s 26 and could provide a stop gap for KC as well as compliment DJ.


One AFC West official who tried to get DeMarcus Ware to visit his city said he was told "you're not going to like where he winds up."

Adam Schefter (AdamSchefter) on Twitter

What's your value

Okay, I really am getting sick of people saying "Overpaying" as much as they are today, so I have to ask what is people's opinion on being overpaid as far as Geoff Schwartz go? What would you pay a fringe Pro-Bowler and top 10 (around 7) RG in today's NFL? I have to know because this whole "Overpaying" concept is bugging me now, and yes Geoff Schwartz was that good.


Is McCluster worth $4 mil a year?

It's a 3-year, $12 million deal for #Titans and McCluster, with $4.5 in guarantees — Jim Wyatt (@jwyattsports) March 11, 2014

Looks like DMC signed with Tennessee, but is he worth more or less than $4,000,000/year? Debate.


Jeff McLane ‏@Jeff_McLane 2m #Eagles never reached out. RT @AdamSchefter: Former Chiefs WR/KR Dexter McCluster reached agreement on a 3-yr deal with the Titans.

@kc571/Football on Twitter

Eagles or Redskins for Jairus Byrd

Sources say it will be between the Eagles or The Redskins for Jairus Byrd #NFLFreeAgency

Dianna Marie Russini (NBCdianna) on Twitter

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