Free agent WR Kenny Britt, who made his fourth free agent visit to Buffalo will be making a decision as to we’re he’ll play in 2014 soon. Speaking during his visit at One Bills Drive Britt said he’ll talk things over with his wife.
The former first-round draft pick of the Denver Broncos visited with Miami today at the Doctors Hospital Practice Facility in Davie, as new General Manager Dennis Hickey continues to make his mark in the offseason. He came out of the gate fast at the start of free agency by signing or re-signing six players – left tackle Branden Albert, defensive tackle Earl Mitchell, cornerback Cortland Finnegan, guard Shelley Smith, Safety Louis Delmas and defensive tackle Randy Starks.
With the initial wave of free agency in the books, and the beginnings of a revamped defense pieced together, the rest of the New England Patriots’ offseason blueprint is now coming into focus. Both the secondary and wide receiver can be scratched off the list. It’s possible that New England will add a strong safety, and a few bodies could be brought in to serve as camp bodies, but the Patriots appear to be well set at both spots after adding cornerbacks Darrelle Revis and Brandon Browner and wide receiver Brandon LaFell to the roster.
The Jets decision to release Mark Sanchez and add Mike Vick brings this week’s quarterback carousel to an end. Sanchez, who was a first-round pick of the Jets in 2009, was cut loose four days before a $2 million roster bonus was due to the USC product. He spent five years with New York, leading the Jets to back-to-back trips to the AFC title game in his first two seasons with the Jets. However, he was never able to hit the same heights, and sat out all of 2013 with a shoulder injury.
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