Following up a career year (1,038 yards, 10 touchdowns), Moreno is looking for a new team. The 5-foot-11, 220-pound running back is unlikely to land back in Denver, but should find a team soon.
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It’s been very quiet out of Vick’s camp since the new league year began. What’s most important to understand is the mobile-quarterback is hoping to land on a team where he has a viable chance of starting. It has been reported that Vick could wait until after the NFL Draft to make his decision.
Fresh off a Pro Bowl appearance, the Jets parted ways with the eight-year veteran. Cromartie reportedly visited the Cardinals on Thursday, which would put him on the opposite Patrick Peterson.
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Tate is arguably the most-coveted running back on the market. After splitting carries with Arian Foster for a few seasons, Tate looks to be the feature back for a team. He reportedly met with the Browns on Thursday.
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The former Giants wide receiver’s itinerary includes Indianapolis, Carolina and San Diego. While injuries prevented him from playing a full season in 2013, he vows that he is 100 percent and can be a game changer. UPDATE: Nicks agreed to a one-year deal with the Colts.
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The former Broncos cornerback reportedly turned down a $54 million offer from Denver and is now looking for another suitor. His rare cover skills will intrigue plenty of teams.
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The longtime Vikings defensive end has a number in his head that he won’t waver on. If a team won’t give Allen what he asks for, he reportedly is at peace with walking away from the game.
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The 10-year veteran will be playing football elsewhere than Carolina in 2014 and beyond. Which team will add the fiery-eyed player to their team? He’ll reportedly visit with the Ravens on Friday. UPDATE: Steve Smith signed a three-year deal with the Ravens.
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Raji appears to be in his prime, but the Packers allowing him to walk is mysterious. The 6-foot-3, 337-pound monster is a space eater and would fit in well in a 3-4 scheme. UPDATE: Raji agreed to a one-year deal with the Packers.
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Did Blount do enough down the stretch of last season to earn himself a big-money deal?