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Right before the NFL Lockout lifted, it seemed like the most exciting thing about the shortened and hyper-intensive free agency would be the rush to sign the quality running backs, which were basically DeAngelo Williams and Ahmad Bradshaw.
You might be saying, "Who's Nnamdi Asomugha.
As if the humiliation of losing to the Seattle Seahawks (which I called, by the way) wasn't enough for the Saints, they're now getting punched in the stomach with the realization that 28 of their players will be unrestricted free agents.
One of the biggest fish in MLB free agency was finally reeled in last night; former Texas Rangers pitcher Cliff Lee signed with the Philadelphia Phillies for five years and either $100 million or $120 million, depending on who you're asking.
Terrell Owens is like that 14-year-old orphan with the juvy record and the generally unpleasant disposition: nobody wants him.
I don't know about you, but I'm so over the NBA's free agency season right now.
LeBron James made pro sports history when he announced that he would host a one hour TV special on ESPN to announce with which team he would sign as a free agent.
The first NBA free agent was signed last night, which is too bad.
I don't know how these sorts of rumors get started, but the idea is floating around out there that Miami will make a play to re-sign Dwyane Wade and acquire Wade's fellow free agents Chris Bosh and that one guy that quit in the playoffs last year.
While Dwayne Wade has apparently fortified his relationship with the Miami Heat by actively recruiting other superstars to come join him in South Florida, LeBron James continues his one-man mystery show.
Over the weekend, 36-year old free agent wide receiver and humble role player Terrell Owens told the NFL Network’s Rich Eisen that he hasn’t signed a deal because the media has unfairly portrayed him as a cancer in the locker room, an accusation that Owens vehemently denies.
In the NBA's race to kiss the ass of impending free agent LeBron James, the New York Knicks might be willing to let Bron-Bron give some input into their next selection of general manager.
Today's New York Post quotes Knicks GM Donnie Walsh from an interview on his team's web site where he discusses "backup plans" if New York isn't able to land LeBron James in 2010.
The big news over the weekend must have been Terrell Owens' one-year, $6.
Dodgers outfielder Manny Ramirez and Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner both led their teams to surprising postseason prominence.
One of the bigger surprises of the NFL's free agent period was the departure of Eagles safety Brian Dawkins to the Denver Broncos, and the sports blogosphere's reaction that followed.