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Dallas Signs RT Marc Colombo To $22M Contract
On Wednesday the Cowboys finally signed right tackle Marc Colombo to a four-year contract worth $22 million, which includes up to $11.5 million guaranteed. Colombo was scheduled to be an unrestricted free agent in March, but he is now signed through 2012. "I just love being a Dallas Cowboy," Colombo said. "I love everything about it. I definitely didn't want to leave my offensive line. I'd die for those guys. The thought of going to some other team and another line wasn't an option for me. I'm glad the Cowboys stepped up to the plate. I thank them very much."
Redskins Sign D'Anthony Batiste
The Washington Redskins announced today that they have signed offensive lineman D?Anthony Batiste. He will wear jersey No. 78. The 6-foot-4 Batiste, who is in his third NFL season, played and started four games at guard for the Atlanta Falcons in 2007. He was originally signed by Dallas as an undrafted free agent in 2006. He spent the first six weeks of that season on the Cowboys practice squad before being signed by Carolina. He did not see any action for the Panthers.
Sarkisian Named UW Head Coach
USC?s offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian was hired as the 23rd head coach in Washington?s history on Saturday night and became the third-youngest head coach in all of college football, as reported by the Associated Press.
Vikings Sign DT Kennedy
The Vikings have signed defensive tackle Jimmy Kennedy, who was the 12th overall choice in the 2003 NFL Draft. Kennedy has started 30 games in his career.
New England Brings Back Rosevelt Colvin
Linebacker Rosevelt Colvin inked a one-year contract with the Patriots this morning, according to a league source. Colvin, who played for the Patriots from 2003-2007, has been out of football this season after being cut by the Houston Texans at the end of training camp.