NFL Free Agency Day 2: Update 13: NE Replaces Welker


Welcome to day 2 of the NFL free agency period.  While it is relatively quiet in Miami at the moment that appears to be ready to change in the coming hours.  Dustin Keller is headed to Miami and a rumor is floating that Antwan Barnes the pass rushing OLB from San Diego is actually taking a physical today in Miami.

With so much going on, it gets a little confusing.  I will try and keep this updated accordingly.

UPDATE 13:  The Patriots have a deal with Danny Amendola who will replace Wes Welker.

UPDATE 12:  Cliff Avril Signs with the Seattle Seahawks

UPDATE 11:  Dustin Keller has entered the training facility.  Negotiations may start at any time.

UPDATE 10:  Jake Long has NOT officially inked deal with Rams.  Still taking physical…has all day.  Miami still want’s him back.  Not likely.

UPDATE 9:  Former Miami Dolphins safety Yeremiah Bell just signed with the Arizona Cardinals.

UPDATE 8:  Wes Welker will no longer be a threat to Miami twice a year.  The one time Dolphin has left New England for Denver where he will play with Peyton Manning.

UPDATE 7:  Dustin Keller is taking a physical and if he clears, Dolphins agent to talk according to Miami Herald.

UPDATE 6:  No more Wes Welker two times a year?  According to reports, Welker is heading to Denver.

UPDATE 5:  Tackle Bryant McKinnie just tweeted ” Just got on my connecting flight in Chicago, wheels up! Destination: Miami”  For whatever it is worth.

UPDATE 4:  Jake Long move on signs deal with Rams.

UDPATE 3:  Reggie Bush signs with Detroit.

UPDATE 2:  Per Ben Volin:  created $2.3 million in additional cap space by cutting Dansby and Burnett and signing Ellerbe and Wheeler

First Update:

Wes Welker and the Patriots are still far apart on a new deal.

CB Chris Houston re-signed with Detroit.

Reggie Bush is visiting Detroit today

Sean Smith say at least two teams have interest but he hasn’t made any visits yet.


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