July 2011 - Football Wiretap

Indianapolis Signs Dan Orlovsky
Dan Orlovsky has spent time with the Texans and Lions.

Indianapolis Star

Ingram Agrees To Deal With Saints
New Orleans drafted Mark Ingram with the 28th overall pick in April.

Associated Press

Umenyiora Will Report To New York's Camp
Osi Umenyiora will report to the Giants on Saturday night, but he still wants a new contract.

Ohm Youngmisuk/ESPN.com

Eagles Give Cullen Jenkins $25M Deal
Cullen Jenkins had seven sacks for the Packers last season.

Adam Schefter/ESPN.com

Manning, Colts Reach Five-Year, $90M Deal
Peyton Manning told the Colts that a contract worth $20 million annually wasn't necessary.

Chris Mortensen/ESPN.com

Jackson Signs $11M Tender With Chargers
Vincent Jackson says there isn't any bad blood between him and the Chargers.


Jacobs Agrees To New Deal, Opening Door For Bradshaw's Return
Brandon Jacobs was scheduled to make $4.65 million for the 2011 season.

New York Post

Roethlisberger Wants Burress To Consider Steelers
Ben Roethlisberger was a rookie during the wide receiver's final season in Pittsburgh.

Pittsbrugh Post-Gazette

Eagles Weighting Samuel's Future
The Eagles danced around Asante Samuel's future with the team in a press conference on Friday night.

CSN Philly

Kolb: Being In Arizona 'Feels Right'
Kevin Kolb had been interested in playing for the Cardinals for quite some time.

Associated Press

McNabb Is 'Here To Win Now'
It appears certain that Donovan McNabb will start for the Vikings in Week 1.

Associated Press

Dolphins Retain McDaniel, Add Trusnik
Miami is making moves to shore up their defense.

Associated Press

Jets Re-Sign Safety Eric Smith
Eric Smith started six games for the Jets last season.

Rich Cimini/ESPN.com

Samuel Trade Talk Coming?
Having acquired a pair of cornerbacks this week, the Eagles now have three potential No. 1 options on their roster.

Pro Football Talk

Newton, Panthers Have $22M Deal
Cam Newton's contract is worth $56 million less in overall money than the deal Sam Bradford got last year.

Adam Schefter/ESPN.com (via Twitter)

Eagles To Sign Asomugha
The Eagles have swooped in and grabbed cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha.

Jay Glazer/FOX Sports (via Twitter)

Cowboys Also Out On Asomugha
Dallas appears to be done pursuing Nnamdi Asomugha.

Adam Schefter/ESPN.com

Jets Out Of Asomugha Race
With the Jets reportedly out of the Nnamdi Asomugha race for now, the Cowboys are the presumed front-runner.

Albert Breer/NFL Network

Manning To Colts: I Don't Need To Be Highest-Paid Player
Peyton Manning added that he wants the contract done as soon as possible.

Indianapolis Star

Broncos Holding Onto Orton?
Kyle Orton's $1.5 million roster bonus was reportedly activated at 4:00 PM EST on Friday.

Andrew Brandt/National Football Post

Forte Wants Deal, But Reports To Camp
Matt Forte wants to sign a new contract with the Bears.

Michael Wright/ESPN.com

Warren Among Several New England Cuts
The Patriots cut seven players on Friday, including Ty Warren and Alge Crumpler.


Dolphins Cut Channing Crowder
Channing Crowder was scheduled to make $5 million this fall.

Pro Football Talk

Jets Restructure Contracts To Prepare For Possible Asomugha Signing
New York redid the contracts of five players to make room for the potential signing of Nnamdi Asomugha.


Asomugha Will Choose Between Jets, Cowboys
Michael Lombardi is reporting that free-agent cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha could make a decision by Friday night.


Vikings, Peterson Both Eyeing Long-Term Deal
Adrian Peterson is entering the final season of his contract.

Star Tribune

Cardinals, Stewart Bradley Discussing Deal
Arizona is going after former Philadelphia linebacker Stewart Bradley.

Kent Somers/Arizona Republic (via Twitter)

Willis McGahee To Join Broncos
The running back was released by the Ravens earlier this week.


Bills, Rookie Dareus Agree On $20.4M Deal
The Bills reached agreement with Marcell Dareus on a four-year, $20.4 million fully guaranteed deal.


Dolphins, Matt Moore Reach Agreement
Matt Moore will now compete with Chad Henne for Miami's starting job.

John Clayton/ESPN.com