# Free agency
Soto Sweepstakes Spotlight True Definition Of Free Agency
Each offseason, this past one included, my son laments the players that the Boston Red Sox did not sign. During Spring Training, he railed that Eduardo Rodriguez should have remained in Boston (Rodriguez’s current disappearing act in Detroit seems to have proven him wrong), and that Anthony Rizzo should have come home to his original club and been the BoSox’s everyday first baseman.
NBA Milwaukee Bucks Trade Rumors News Ep 9 #milwaukee #bucks #giannis
Joe Ingles is a proven vet who is tough-as-nails and an asset on the floor, despite being a poor athlete (by NBA standards). He shoots 40.8% on threes over his 8-year career, and at 6’8” he at least has the size to serve at either forward spot
Zach LaVine 2022 NBA Free Agency
This is a video of the free agency of the Chicago Bulls guard Zach LaVine.
WOW!!! Jalen Reagor ALMOST TRADED For Chuck Clark...Trade STILL Can Happen? | Greatest Heist Ever!!!
#JalenReagor #ChuckClark #FlyEaglesFly WOW!!! Jalen Reagor Almost Traded For Chuck Clark...Trade Is Not Over Yet!! | Greatest Heist Ever!!!
Bobby Wagner (21-22) Highlights Review/Reaction
Bobby Wagner to the Rams was a match made in heaven. It's unfortunate they couldn't bring back Von Miller or land Stephon Gilmore because I'd shoe them in for a repeat. Bobby still plays at a high level and will have to worry about less due to playing with Aaron Donald and other talented players on that defense so he'll be able to focus on compensating in other areas less and focus solely on his responsibilities.
Russell Wilson (21-22) Highlights Review/Reaction
Russell Wilson's departure from Seattle was rumored for a while but was very unexpected considering the offensive weapons he had and legacy he had already established in Seattle. Denver has a very good offensive personnel and I see Russ thriving in year one. The only unfortunate part is the AFC West, and AFC has turned up the talent and free agent acquisitions this offseason and this is looking to be one of the most competitive seasons I've ever seen so it'll be hard work to make it to the playoffs. Although Russ isn't unfamiliar with competition due to the NFC West being one of the most competitive divisions consistently in the last decade, so we shall see what the future brings.
Myles Jack (21-22) Highlights Review/Reaction
Myles Jack, a quality inside linebacker was a really good pickup for Pittsburgh. There were a few times last season where the Steelers struggled terribly against the run, luckily Jack is a very versatile linebacker who not only can play a part in run defense but he has athleticism to play well in coverage. This was simply a very good fit and a win-win situation for both parties.
Marcus Williams (21-22) Highlights Review/Reaction
The former second round pick, Marcus Williams has been a quality safety for the Saints and was a surprising departure in my opinion but I don't knock the opportunity to go and get paid. The Ravens very well needed depth and with Williams' versatility this secondary could definitely appear to be upgraded.
Justin Reid (21-22) Highlights REACTION/Review
As a Houston Texans fan I believe Justin Reid will have the best years of his careers with the Chiefs as he enters his prime. He'll be truly missed and I see him as a upgrade from Tyrann Mathieu; maybe not as a vocal leader (possibly could be), but from solely a player perspective. Here's my reaction to his highlights and thoughts on his previous season.
NFL Free Agency: Winners and Losers
In this episode, Corey takes a break from questioning the Cowboys' offseason and looks at the rest of the NFL, and determines the early winners and losers from free agency. #NFL
Jabrill Peppers Was The Perfect Bargain Signing For The Patriots
New England Patriots’ insider Khari Thompson from Boston.com joined the Dear Pats Nation podcast and gave his take on the Patriots signing former New York Giants’ safety Jabrill Peppers. Thompson said that Peppers was a typical Bill Belichick bargain signing, a brings an element explosiveness to the Patriots defense.
Belichick Defends Patriots Quiet Offseason
The New England Patriots have had a very quiet free agency period, and Bill Belichick would like to remind you that he even though he’s navigated the off-season with restrain, the Patriots have a lot of young players under contract, after Belichick spent a lot of money last offseason.
Super Bowl 49 Hero Returns To Patriots
The New England Patriots are bringing back a familiar face to their defense. Malcolm Butler has re-signed with the Patriots, four-years after he was benched in the Patriots losing effort to the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl 52. Butler became famous when he picked off Russell Wilson on the goalline at the end of Super Bowl 49.
Two Big Name QB’s Still Left To Be Traded
There has been a lot of quarterback movement in the NFL this season. Russell Wilson was traded to the Denver Broncos from the Seattle Seahawks. Tom Brady retired and then unretired 40-days later, and rejoined the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The Indianapolis Colts acquired Matt Ryan from the Atlanta Falcons, after the Colts traded Carson Wentz to the Washington Commanders. Marcus Mariota will replace Ryan in Atlanta, and Mitchell Trubisky will be replacing the recently retired Ben Roethlisberger with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Two names left on the trade block are Baker Mayfield and Jimmy Garoppolo. Baker is expendable for the Cleveland Browns after they traded the HOuston Texans for Deshaun Watson. The San Francisco 49ers will be replacing Jimmy G with second year quarterback Trey Lance.
Patriots filled one spot along their offensive line by re-signing Trent Brown to a two-year deal
The New England Patriots have agred to a two-year deal with offensive lineman Trent Brown
Cowboys' Newly Signed WR James Washington | Film Session
How new wide receiver James Washington fits with the Cowboys Coming out of college, Washington was a prospect banking on his upside. Oklahoma State had largely used him as a deep threat, and it had worked well. Washington tallied at least 1,000 receiving yards in each of his final three seasons in Stillwater and averaged an absurd 20.3 yards per catch during that time. But at 5’11” and 213 pounds, scouts questioned whether Washington could replicate that kind of success against NFL defensive backs and not Big 12 defensive backs. Those concerns seem to have been proven right thus far. The Steelers selected Washington in the second round, making him the seventh receiver drafted in 2018, going 21 spots ahead of new teammate Michael Gallup. Washington never became a fixture of the Steelers’ passing attack, only playing on more than half of the team’s offensive snaps in a year in the 2019 season. That was also his most productive year in Pittsburgh, catching 44 balls for 735 yards.
Patriots Staying Patient While The Rest of The NFL is Trying To Win Free Agency
The New England Patriots have been very quiet during free agency, as Bill Belichick takes the long term, slow and steady approach to team building.
Patriots Bringing Back Their Best Linebacker
The New England Patriots are reportedly re-signing linebacker Ja’Whaun Bentley
Patriots Sign Hybrid RB/WR That’s Perfect For Their System
The New England Patriots signed free agent running back/wide receiver Ty Montgomery to fill a role on their offense they were desperately missing.
How are you feeling about the Patriots' relative inactivity in free agency so far?
It’s hard to imagine, but New England Patriots’ fans aren’t thrilled with Bill Belichick’s job in free agency so far.