The Bills announced Thursday that they reached an agreement to re-sign Chandler. The move did not come as a surprise after the team extended the seventh-year player an offer before the NFL’s free agency period opened on Tuesday. Chandler is coming off a year in which he set career highs with 53 catches and 655 yards. In three-plus seasons in Buffalo, he has combined for 135 catches for 1,623 yards and 14 touchdowns in 49 games.
A busy Friday will follow a quiet Thursday for the Dolphins. Guard Shelley Smith, formerly of the St. Louis Rams, was scheduled to arrive late Thursday for a meeting, and Cortland Finnegan, a one-time star cornerback, will also be in town.
NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport reports that Browner has “spread the word to those close to him” that he’s agreed to terms with the Pats, but his agent vehemently denies it.
There are reports that Browner has signed a two-year deal with the Patriots, but they’ve been strongly refuted by his agent. We’re leaving him unsigned for the time being.
Tune in tomorrow!!!
This team only had 13 touchdown passes and this is still a passing league. Ground and Pound rhymes nicely but this is not the 30’s and the 40’s. This is a league where you’ve got to air the football out. You have to throw to score. You have to run to win.”
10am The news is coming in faster that we can write. Maybe we can catch up with some team progress anaysis’ this weekend.