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“Dubbed the Dream Team in the pre-season because of some big-name free-agent signings, the Eagles have endured a nightmare start with their only victory coming over winless St Louis in their season-opener.”
“The Raiders have called free-agent Josh McCown, who was with the team in 2007.”
“One of the bigger-name free-agent pitchers is going to be C.J Wilson of the Rangers.”
“He said the linemen will sometimes have an impromptu brainstorm session, especially if Flaherty includes one of the manufactured "wrinkles," and he said he definitely helped free-agent center David Baas through the first few weeks.”
“The Philadelphia Eagles' take-no-prisoners approach to free agency has raised eyebrows and drawn comparisons to an NBA team known for amassing free-agent talent last year.”
“Aging S Brian Dawkins headlines the club's extensive free-agent haul and should lead a remade secondary.”
“•Key changes: The free-agent defection of DT Albert Haynesworth was the biggest blow to a team that had the best regular-season record in 2008.”
“While he is out, Roethlisberger plans to work with a California-based quarterbacks coach, George Whitfield, and he'll throw to some free-agent receivers who are looking for work in the league.”
“After nine excellent seasons with the Tampa Bay Rays, Crawford signed a seven-year, $142-million free-agent contract with Boston, and his first year there was a nightmare: a .289 on-base percentage; just 47 extra-base hits; his status forever established as a symbol of the worst regular-season collapse in baseball history.”
“Then this year, they allowed Edwards to sign a free-agent deal with the San Francisco 49ers and inked Burress to a one-year contract after he had served 20 months in prison for gun possession.”
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