JP Starkey

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Weekend free agent update

Elvis Dumervil was taken off the free-agent market after agreeing to a deal with the Ravens, while the Patriots and Sebastian Vollmer are close to a deal. Here's a look at the activity over the weekend around the NFL.

Hamlin kept overnight in hospital

Denny Hamlin was kept overnight in a local California hospital following a last-lap crash at NASCAR's Auto Club 400 on Sunday.

Cash-strapped Cowboys host Huff

Despite having no cap space to operate with, the Dallas Cowboys will host three free agents on Monday, including Michael Huff.

Stewart, Logano fight

Tony Stewart and Joey Logano were involved in a post-race fight on Sunday, following the conclusion of NASCAR's Auto Club 400.

Hamlin airlifted to hospital

Denny Hamlin was airlifted to a California hospital following a single-car, head-on crash during NASCAR's Auto Club 400 on Sunday.

Cowboys remain mediocre

The Dallas Cowboys have been one of the quietest teams this offseason in free agency -- which is a bad thing for a team coming off of back-to-back 8-8 seasons.

Broncos to target Freeney, Abraham

With Elvis Dumervil out of the picture, the Denver Broncos are expected to sign either Dwight Freeney or John Abraham.

MJD defends Gabbert

Jacksonville Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew defended Blaine Gabbert, responding to an anonymous coach's criticism of Jacksonville's quarterback.

Ravens, Dumervil agree to deal

Elvis Dumervil and the Baltimore Ravens agreed to a five-year contract worth up to $35 million on Sunday, contingent upon Dumervil passing a physical.

Bears, James Anderson agree to deal

The Chicago Bears continued revamping their linebacker corps on Sunday, agreeing to terms with free-agent linebacker James Anderson, who spent his last seven seasons with the Carolina Panthers.

Ngata to play more nose tackle

Baltimore's revamped defense in 2013 could feature Haloti Ngata at nosetackle, as Baltimore attempts to improve its run defense.

RG3 ahead of schedule

Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III is reportedly ahead of schedule in his recovery from reconstructive knee surgery -- and drew comparisons to Bo Jackson and Adrian Peterson.

NFL to release schedule April 16

The NFL will reportedly release its 2013 schedule on April 16.

Bucs would move 2014 picks for Revis

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are reluctant to move their 2013 first-round draft pick, but reportedly are willing to deal their 2014 first- and second-round picks in exchange for Darrelle Revis.

David Wilson undergoes surgery

New York Giants running back David Wilson underwent hand surgery to remove a bone chip, but the procedure won't cause the running back to miss any time.

The internet is angry with Goodell

NFL owners passed a handful of rule changes this week, and the internet isn't too pleased with NFL commissioner Roger Goodell.

Eli Manning hopes Cruz returns

New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning hopes that Victor Cruz will be with the Giants in 2013, and is already planning work outs with the former UMass receiver.

Goodell speaks out about Rooney Rule, L.A.

Changes to the Pro Bowl and Rooney Rule were among the topics tackled by the NFL's most powerful man during his press conference Wednesday.

Tuck rule eliminated

NFL owners "overwhelmingly" voted to eliminate the tuck rule on Wednesday -- a rule that has haunted Raiders fans for the past decade.

NFL free agency roundup

Tuesday was another quiet day in free agency, though the Giants, Jaguars and Dolphins made minor moves as teams continue to shape their rosters for the 2013 season.

'Peel-back' blocks now illegal

The "peel-back block" which prematurely ended Brian Cushing's season in 2012 is now illegal, as owners voted to modify the NFL's rule book on Tuesday.

NFL institutes new special teams rule

NFL owners agreed to institute rule changes on special teams, making it illegal for defenses to overload defenders on one side of the formation.

Monday's free agent grades

Monday saw little activity on the free-agent market, but there were still a few minor signings after St. Louis signed Jake Long late Sunday night. We dish out preliminary grades for Monday's signings around the NFL.

Free agent news: Long signs, Hasselbeck cut

Another day, another flurry of NFL free agent moves, this time led by former No. 1 overall pick Jake Long.

Rory No. 1, Tiger No. 2

Rory McIlroy and Tiger Woods find themselves once again the No. 1 and 2 golfers in the world, as the latest World Golf Rankings were released on Monday.

Titans cut Hasselbeck

The Tennessee Titans parted ways with veteran quarterback Matt Hasselebeck on Monday, releasing the former starter -- and his $5.5 million base salary.

Goodell will not reduce cap penalties

Roger Goodell will not reduce the cap penalties levied on the Washington Redskins and Dallas Cowboys stemming from how the two organizations treated the 2010 "uncapped" season.

Jets interested in Heyward-Bey

The New York Jets reportedly have interest in former first-round draft pick Darrius Heyward-Bey, who was released by the Oakland Raiders last week.

Grading the weekend's free agent moves

Three big-name free agents signed over the weekend in the NFL, while a handful of role players found new teams. Though it's early, we hand out preliminary grades for the latest free agent signings.

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