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https://plus.google.com/112395337080001424580 Acantha Haidee : Where to next? ~ St. Louis could be one of the teams that gives Chris Johnson a look. (USATSI) More ...
Where to next? ~ St. Louis could be one of the teams that gives Chris Johnson a look. (USATSI) More NFL offseason: Mock Drafts | Prospect Rankings | Pro days | Top free agents Former 2,000-yard rusher Chris Johnson -- a.k.a. CJ2K a.k.a. CJ?K -- was cut by the Titans on Friday. He's now a free agent heading into a very soft running back market. Despite the limited funds available to running backs in free agency, there will be interest in Johnson. He's too explosive and his production year-to-year has been too consistent for teams to completely ignore him. So where could he land? Let's look at some spots. New York Jets Rex Ryan's club has to be the favorite for Johnson's services. They fit all the criteria to land the running back. Ryan likes to run the ball and run the ball often. Geno Smith or Michael Vick under center won't change that, although Vick's mobility would help rushing lanes for Johnson. The Jets have plenty of cap space, although they probably won't use that much of it signing Johnson; John Idzik hasn't been splurging in free agency. Johnson has the best chance of becoming a "feature back" again with New York thanks to their limited depth chart. Bilal Powell, Chris Ivory, Mike Goodson and Alex Green would be his only real competition. The interest would be mutual if Johnson likes New York: When the Titans release Chris Johnson, likely later today, I continue to expect the Jets to be a primary suitor — Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) April 4, 2014 New York Giants The idea of Tom Coughlin and Chris Johnson together is ... odd. But the Giants are in pretty desperate need of an improvement in their running game. David Wilson, a former first-round pick, is completely up in the air right now. The Giants are "counting on" Wilson being ready in 2014 but that should be a red flag in and of itself. Signing Rashad Jennings in free agency helps but he was cheap and not guaranteed to carry the load in New York. Peyton Hillis is a goal line back at this point. Johnson would equate to a potential upgrade, or at least someone who can pop off big runs and keep defenses honest. Dallas Cowboys The Cowboys already have DeMarco Murray, don't have much cap space ($12 million per bit.ly/1mMcUM4) and should absolutely be more interested in improving their defense. But that's not stopping the speculation from running both wild and rampant. Thank goodness. Jerry Jones reportedly wanted Johnson back in 2008 when the Cowboys were drafted, but ended up nabbing Mike Jenkins when Jeff Fisher grabbed Johnson for the Titans. This move wouldn't make any sense at all except, well, Cowboys. Atlanta Falcons Atlanta's running game stalled out in a major way in 2013, which was particularly awkward since they signed Steven Jackson as a free agent. Coupling Johnson and Jackson would be interesting; Atlanta's in a similar spot as the Cowboys in that they need to invest more in their defense. They have less cap money than Dallas ($8.7 million per bit.ly/1mMcUM4) and a similar offense: stacked at wideout with Julio Jones and Roddy White, set at quarterback with Matt Ryan and facing some questions on the offensive line. Hard to imagine Johnson being really attracted to Atlanta based on Jackson's presence. St. Louis Rams The Jeff Fisher connection is really the only reason to keep St. Louis on here. Fisher obviously loved Johnson coming out and Johnson had great success under his old coach. The Rams have invested in the offensive line recently (and are likely to do so in the coming draft) so they should have a strong running game in 2014. Unfortunately for Johnson, it's as strong as it is because of Zac Stacy. The second-year back out of Vanderbilt exploded down the stretch for Fisher in 2013, running behind a busted offensive line and with Kellen Clemens under center. He has all the makings of a feature back, so the Rams could be hesitant to bring in Johnson and limit Stacy's touches. Johnson won't likely want to deal with a timeshare in St. Louis either. NFL Hot News WR DeSean Jackson agrees to 3-year contract with Redskins This is gonna be fun.DeSean Jackson was out in Philadelphia, but he's staying in the NFC East. Jackson agreed to terms on a three-year contract with the Washington Redskins on Tuesday night. The news was first reported by Dianna Marie Russini of NBC News 4 in Washington D.C., and then confirmed by the man of the hour. Jackson will officially sign his contract Wednesday morning.Jackson's career with the Eagles ended last week with his release. The Redskins were the only team to officially interview him, and they never let him leave their building to visit other suitors, of which there were at least a few.Jackson posted career-highs in catches, and yards last season. He is in his physical prime at 27 years old. We should know in a few weeks exactly when Jackson will make his return to Philadelphia, this time dressed in rival colors. I'm just a... http://bit.ly/1mMcW6M
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https://plus.google.com/102409626405186220944 T.J. Lauerman : Who has been the biggest FA signing of the NFL off-season? Seems like the Broncos are making some nice...
Who has been the biggest FA signing of the NFL off-season?

Seems like the Broncos are making some nice moves, but we all now the biggest pickup was the Giants re-signing Peyton Hillis. 
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https://plus.google.com/109452898990115180519 char mcleod : +New York Giants and RB Peyton Hillis are working on a two-year deal.
+New York Giants and RB Peyton Hillis are working on a two-year deal.
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https://plus.google.com/111451726181266877135 SportTopix : N.Y. Giants add Rashad Jennings, Schwartz, Schofield - source: Rosenthal, GreggThe Giants[1] knew they...
N.Y. Giants add Rashad Jennings, Schwartz, Schofield - source: Rosenthal, GreggThe Giants[1] knew they had to sign running backs in free agency, and then draft a few more. They got the free agency part of the equation out of the way quickly.Rashad Jennings[2] tweeted Tuesday that is the newest member of Big Blue.Jennings joins the Giants[3] on the same day that Peyton Hillis[4]re-signed with the team[5]. It looks like Andre Brown[6], now a free agent, might wind up else... http://ow.ly/2ECVRm
N.Y. Giants add Rashad Jennings, Schwartz, Schofield - Sport Topix
source: Rosenthal, GreggThe Giants[1] knew they had to sign running backs in free agency, and then draft a few more. They got the free agency part of...
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https://plus.google.com/115947943461321408859 Football Informers : G-Men keep Peyton Hillis on 2-yr, $1.8M pact  Peyton Hillis  NYG http://ow.ly/2EBZTs
G-Men keep Peyton Hillis on 2-yr, $1.8M pact  Peyton Hillis  NYG http://ow.ly/2EBZTs
G-Men keep Peyton Hillis on 2-yr, $1.8M deal – Peyton Hillis | NYG
G-Men keep Peyton Hillis on 2-yr, $1.8M deal – Peyton Hillis | NYG. Posted on: 03-11-2014 by: Fantasy Football News - Rotoworld.com. Giants re-signed RB Peyton Hillis to a two-year, $1.8 million contract. Categories: Right Now ...
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https://plus.google.com/112279942116592456634 Dori Longino : The NY #Giants have reached agreement on a new 2-year deal with RB Peyton #Hillis.
The NY #Giants have reached agreement on a new 2-year deal with RB Peyton #Hillis.

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https://plus.google.com/115506306360910889114 Benjamin Volk : Peyton Hillis re-signs with the Giants Peyton Hillis' deal is worth $1.8 million over two years, per...
Peyton Hillis re-signs with the Giants
Peyton Hillis' deal is worth $1.8 million over two years, per source. #nyg — Conor Orr (@ConorTOrr) March 11, 2014 Follow @NFLBen
Peyton Hillis re-signs with the Giants
Peyton Hillis' deal is worth $1.8 million over two years, per source. #nyg — Conor Orr (@ConorTOrr) March 11, 2014 Follow @NFLBen
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https://plus.google.com/104732206932757712735 NFL Fantasy Sports News : G-Men keep Peyton Hillis on 2-yr, $1.8M deal - Peyton Hillis | NYG: Giants re-signed RB Peyton Hillis...
G-Men keep Peyton Hillis on 2-yr, $1.8M deal - Peyton Hillis | NYG: Giants re-signed RB Peyton Hillis to a two-year, $1.8 million contract. http://dlvr.it/56qbHR  #nfl
Peyton Hillis - New York Giants - 2014 Player Profile - Rotoworld.com
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https://plus.google.com/114885692169881709795 Nick Vertucci : Giants re-signed RB Peyton Hillis to a two-year, $1.8 million contract. Source: http://www.rotoworld.com...
Giants re-signed RB Peyton Hillis to a two-year, $1.8 million contract. Source: http://www.rotoworld.com/player/nfl/4965/peyton-hillis
G-Men keep Peyton Hillis on 2-yr, $1.8M pact – Peyton Hillis | NYG
Giants re-signed RB Peyton Hillis to a two-year, $1.8 million contract. Source: http://www.rotoworld...
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https://plus.google.com/112279942116592456634 Dori Longino : #Giants have reportedly retained some secondary and running back depth as the start of free agency nears...
#Giants have reportedly retained some secondary and running back depth as the start of free agency nears.

The club has come to terms with cornerback Trumaine #McBride on a two-year, $3.1 million contract, and are bringing back tailback Peyton #Hillis on a two-year deal.

Reports: Giants retaining Trumaine McBride, Peyton Hillis
The Giants have reportedly retained some secondary and running back depth as the start of free agency nears. The club has come to terms with cornerback Trumaine McBride on a two-year, $3.1 million contract, Jordan Raanan of NJ.com reported Tuesday morning. Also, the Giants are bringing back tailback Peyton Hillis on a two-year deal, Ralph…
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https://plus.google.com/104732206932757712735 NFL Fantasy Sports News : Source: Giants on verge of re-signing Hillis: The New York Giants are still looking for help at running...
Source: Giants on verge of re-signing Hillis: The New York Giants are still looking for help at running back, but they liked what Peyton Hillis did for them last year enough that they are on the verge of re-signing the veteran to a two-year deal before the free-agent market opens. http://dlvr.it/56ntFX  #nfl
Source: Giants on verge of re-signing Hillis
The New York Giants are still looking for help at running back, but they liked what Peyton Hillis did for them last year enough that they are on the verge of re-signing the veteran to a two-year deal before the free-agent market opens.
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https://plus.google.com/107558775673569042478 Ryan Mills : Giants on verge of re-signing RB Peyton Hillis to 2-year deal.
Giants on verge of re-signing RB Peyton Hillis to 2-year deal.
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https://plus.google.com/106738446377931236475 Pro Football Rumors : Giants To Re-Sign Peyton Hillis http://dlvr.it/56nF61  #nfl
Giants To Re-Sign Peyton Hillis http://dlvr.it/56nF61  #nfl
Giants To Re-Sign Peyton Hillis - Pro Football Rumors
After filling in as the team’s feature back at times last season, Peyton Hillis will return to the Giants for the 2014 season, reports Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News. Hillis will ink a two-year deal with the team, perhaps as soon as today. Hillis, 28, recorded 73 carries for 247 yards and …
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https://plus.google.com/104517760770565031410 Giants 101 : The New York Giants will re-sign running back Peyton Hillis as early as Tuesday afternoon. #nyg #giants...
The New York Giants will re-sign running back Peyton Hillis as early as Tuesday afternoon. #nyg #giants #NFL
New York Giants Will Re-Sign Running Back Peyton Hillis: Report
The New York Giants will re-sign running back Peyton Hillis as early as Tuesday afternoon, but will likely still target other running backs in free agency.
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https://plus.google.com/114064561207850409041 FreePlays.com : NY Giants WR Victor Cruz (concussion) is out. RB Peyton Hillis & Andre Brown (head) are probable. WR...
NY Giants WR Victor Cruz (concussion) is out. RB Peyton Hillis & Andre Brown (head) are probable. WR Rueben Randle is ? vs. Wash.
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https://plus.google.com/100305875253926646445 siraj khan : EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (CBSNewYork/AP) — Heading into the season finale, the Washington Redskins and ...
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (CBSNewYork/AP) — Heading into the season finale, the Washington Redskins and New York Giants appear to be ready to make major overhauls.
There will be coaching changes of some sort and rosters will be revamped for the 2014 season.
It just goes to show how quickly things change in the NFL. The Redskins (3-12) and the Giants (6-9) are the two most recent winners of the NFC East, with New York winning the Super Bowl two seasons ago.
The two teams will be playing for pride and jobs Sunday at MetLife Stadium.
Tom Coughlin of the Giants seemingly is on more secure footing, unless the 67-year-old decides to call it quits. In a season marred by injuries, the Giants have gone 6-3 after losing their first six.
While the Giants have missed the playoffs four times in five years, Coughlin also has led them to Super Bowl wins after the 2007 and ’11 seasons. His passion to succeed is still there.
“Absolutely. I mean, probably even more because there are a lot of those that are telling you that you didn’t do very well and you’re not a very good coach and you’re not this and you’re not that, so perhaps you have something to prove,” he said.
This will be the second meeting between the teams this month. The Giants won 24-17 in Washington and eliminated the Redskins from playoff contention. A week later, the Giants were eliminated in a loss in San Diego.
“From one year to the next it doesn’t mean much, whether you’ve had success or you didn’t,” said Giants quarterback Eli Manning, who has thrown an NFL-high 26 interceptions this season. “You can make big turnarounds from year to year. There is just a small difference from being a playoff team and not being one. In that sense, it gives you hope for next year that we can get back to playing better football and make the playoffs.”
The Redskins are surprised to be in the NFC East cellar.
“We went from 4-12 one year and won the Super Bowl the next year (in St. Louis in 1999), so I’ve been a part of that. But never where we won the division and turned around the next year and played like this,” said Redskins linebacker London Fletcher, who has indicated this will be the final game of his 16-year career. “Nobody in here, nobody around the country thought we’d be where we are record-wise, having only won three games.”
The disappointing season might cost Redskins coach Mike Shanahan his job, in large part because of his shaky relationship with franchise quarterback Robert Griffin III, who struggled through an injury-plagued season.
Five things to look for as the Redskins and Giants get ready for the offseason:
BYE-BYE LONDON: During his 16-year career, Fletcher has played in all 255 games. He has started the last 214, an NFL record for linebackers. He is one of four players in league history to play in 250 consecutive games. The others are Jeff Feagles, Brett Favre and Jim Marshall. If Fletcher retires, the longest active streak will fall to Manning, who has started the last 150.
RUNNING GAMES: Alfred Morris has 1,213 yards rushing, his second straight 1,200-yard season for the Redskins. Andre Brown leads the Giants with 481 yards rushing despite missing half the season. Who carries for New York on Sunday should be interesting. Brown and backup Peyton Hillis both has concussions the past two weeks, so rookie Michael Cox might have to carry the load.
LEADING RECEIVER: In a season where little has gone right, Pierre Garcon has a chance to lead the league in catches. He has a team-record 107 heading into the game, four more than Andre Johnson of Houston and six more than Antonio Brown of Pittsburgh. Garcon and Brown also have a chance to join Jimmy Smith of Jacksonville (2001) as the only players with at least five receptions per game since the league switched to a 16-game schedule in 1978.
SACK AND TUCK: Giants defensive end Justin Tuck had a career-high four sacks against RG3 in a span of seven Washington offensive plays earlier this month. The co-captain of the defense has 7 1/2 of his nine sacks in the last five games. He is three shy of his career high of 12 in 2008. This might be Tuck’s final game as a Giant. He is an unrestricted free agent after this season.
METLIFE STADIUM: This will be the final game in the stadium until Feb. 2, when the first cold-weather Super Bowl is held. The championship game has been played in domes in northern cities four times before, but never outdoors. Fan entering the stadium on that day will receive bags with a seat cushion, muffler, ski gaiters, three pairs of hand- and foot-warmers, lip balm and a package of tissues.
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Major Overhaul Ahead? A Number Of Giants Are Playing For Their�Jobs - CBS New York
Tom Coughlin is seemingly on secure footing, unless the 67-year-old decides to call it quits. His 2014 roster could be overhauled.
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https://plus.google.com/117085944093322996451 Stephen Yuan : 1. DT Linval Joseph 2. DE Justin Tuck 3. LB Jon Beason 4. OG/C Kevin Boothe 5. WR Hakeem Nicks 6. RB...
1. DT Linval Joseph
2. DE Justin Tuck
3. LB Jon Beason
4. OG/C Kevin Boothe
5. WR Hakeem Nicks
6. RB Andre Brown
7. CB Terrell Thomas
8. CB Trumaine McBride
9. TE Brandon Myers
10. K Josh Brown
11. S Stevie Brown
12. LB Spencer Paysinger (restricted)
13. FB Henry Hynoski (restricted)
14. CB Corey Webster
15. TE Bear Pascoe
16. LB Mark Herzlich (restricted)
17. LB Keith Rivers
18. C Jim Cordle (restricted)
19. CB Aaron Ross
20. S Ryan Mundy
21. RB Peyton Hillis
22. DT Mike Patterson
23. OL David Diehl
24. QB Curtis Painter
25. DT Shaun Rogers
26. WR Louis Murphy
27. OL Dallas Reynolds
28. OL Stephen Goodin
29. WR Julian Talley
30. RB Brandon Jacobs
Giants free agents: Ranking the 30 players set to hit the market
Here are the 30 Giant players set to become free agents after the season.
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