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You know the deal with Julius Peppers, but what else is going on around the leauge?

Wilson: Feeley to Rams | National Football Post
Veteran free agent quarterback A.J. Feeley is in the process of joining the St. Louis Rams, according to a league source.

Lions coach shows up at Kyle Vanden Bosch's house | | The Tennessean
The story mentions that the Eagles, Jags, and Bears also showed immediate interest after midnight.

Colts sign Gary Brackett to 5-year deal, per Adam Schefter - Stampede Blue
Colts re-sign Brackett to 5-year deal, per Adam Schefter.

Lions Agree to Terms with Nate Burleson - Pride Of Detroit
$25 million for Nate Burleson? Really? I guess you have to overpay to get talent(is that the right word?) to that franchise.

Rams NOT among the teams making offers for McNabb - Turf Show Times
The St. Louis Rams are not among the teams interested in Eagles QB Donovan McNabb.

LT Chad Clifton to Visit Redskins Park; This Mean No Okung? - Hogs Haven
Chad Clifton is visiting Redskins Park.. Hogs Haven bring up the stats why this is a bad fit

Much more after the jump

Carey confirmed that the Eagles have made an introductory offer to Peppers good enough to pique his interest if the Bears can’t make it happen.

Redskins Insider - Defensive end Babin on Redskins' radar
While the Redskins don't appear to be in the running for some of the big names that hit the free agency market, a league source confirms the team has had discussions with defensive end Jason Babin, an unrestricted free agent who spent last season with Philadelphia.

Some May Get Poorer in an Uncapped NFL -
The Denver Broncos and the San Diego Chargers are among the teams that may benefit the most since they employ eight combined starters who, in any other year, would have been unrestricted free agents. The most the Chargers will have to pay to keep their four players is $12.9 million which is $5.5 million less than they might have been paid on the open market

Giants ready to make run at ex-Cards safety -
According to reports, Rolle will meet today with the Giants, who will have stiff competition with the Dolphins -- who came up with a five-year offer for Rolle -- and perhaps the Bears and the Cardinals, who do want to get in the bidding to get Rolle back.

RT Tony Pashos to Visit Redskins Park - Hogs Haven
Quick bio on Pashos, OL who the Redskins desperately need.

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