Darren Kritzer

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New England Patriots v Denver Broncos

The Oakland Raiders have agreed to terms with defensive end Andre Carter, according to multiple reports.

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Washington Redskins v New York Giants

Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III, who is currently recovering from off-season knee surgery,  set the single-season record for jersey sales this past season, according to NFL.com.

Last year, RG3 threw for 3,200 yards with 20 touchdowns and five interceptions.

Sean updated his rehab program last week, as he has finally reached a stage where he can begin running.

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Indianapolis Colts v New England Patriots

The New England Patriots may be without Rob Gronkowski for their season opener if he requires another surgery to his forearm to clear up an infection, according to a report in the Boston Herald.

Gronkowski, who originally underwent surgery in November after breaking his left forearm, had a second surgery after re-injuring the arm in the playoff loss to the Ravens. Recently though, he has reportedly been dealing with an infection in an area where a second metal plate was placed to repair the arm.

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Falcons sign Brian Banks

Brian Banks

The Atlanta Falcons are taking a chance on linebacker Brian Banks, signing him to a contract on Wednesday.

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Dallas Cowboys v Seattle Seahawks

The Buffalo Bills have signed former Seattle Seahawks defensive tackle Alan Branch to a one-year deal.

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Baltimore Ravens v Cincinnati Bengals

Adam ‘Pacman’ Jones announced his new three-year deal with the Cincinnati Bengals this morning via twitter.


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Abraham, Freeney to visit Broncos

Indianapolis Colts v Oakland Raiders

Broncos head of football operations, John Elway, confirmed the club was still in negotiations with defensive end Elvis Dumervil on a new contract, and now the team has arranged meetings with both Dwight Freeney and John Abraham, according to Adam Schefter.

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