2010 NFL Free Agency Weekend Roundup

Taylor SmithAnalyst IMarch 8, 2010

GREEN BAY, WI - SEPTEMBER 13: Aaron Kampman #74 of the Green Bay Packers participates in warm-ups before a game against the Chicago Bears on September 13, 2009 at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin. The Packers defeated the Bears 21-15.  (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)
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The NFL free agency" target="_blank">NFL free agency period got off to a roaring start last Friday. For a recap of moves made that day, head on over to NFL Soup .

For anything that happened from Saturday until today, read on.


Jacksonville Jaguars sign Aaron Kampman, Kassim Osgood

Kampman, a 30-year-old former Pro Bowl defensive end, reportedly inked a four-year, $26 million ($11 million guaranteed) deal.

The Jaguars recorded the fifth-fewest sacks in the league last season with 14, and hope that the addition of Kampman will give them the major boost they need.

Osgood, a Pro Bowl special teamer in 2009, signed a three-year, $6.7 million contract with Jacksonville.

While he's made his name on special teams, it's believed that the 6'5" Osgood will get a chance to compete for a spot at wide receiver for the Jags.


Arizona Cardinals acquire Kerry Rhodes from Jets

With the departures of Antrel Rolle and Karlos Dansby, the Cardinals made the first move in rebuilding their defense by dealing for former Jets safety Kerry Rhodes.

Rhodes struggled a bit last season, but is still just 27-years-old, and the Cardinals hope he can fit in and produce alongside Adrian Wilson at the free safety spot.

Arizona parted with a fourth-round pick in the 2010 draft, and a seventh-round pick in 2011.


Miami Dolphins sign LB Karlos Dansby

The Dolphins signed another formal Cardinal, linebacker Karlos Dansby, to a five-year contract worth $43 million ($22 million guaranteed).

He's been an essential cog in the Arizona defense for several years, and he should be an upgrade for the Dolphins over recently released veteran Joey Porter.


Cleveland Browns sign Scott Fujita, Tony Pashos

The Browns were able to make headlines Sunday with Mike Holmgren's first two major moves as the team's GM.

They picked up 30-year-old linebacker Scott Fujita, fresh off a Super Bowl championship with the New Orleans Saints, on a three-year contract worth $14 million ($8 million guaranteed).

He recorded 58 tackles with two forced fumbles and a sack last season.

Pashos, who played in San Francisco last season, also signed a three-year deal worth $10.3 million.

He's a right tackle by trade, but is versatile and can also play at the guard spot.


49ers sign QB David Carr

Former first-overall pick David Carr signed what is believed to be a two-year deal.

Financial terms were undisclosed, and Carr's arrival may mean the end of Shaun Hill's tenure in San Francisco.


Rams sign QB A.J. Feeley

The Rams signed the 32-year-old Feeley to a two-year contract, where he'll be expected to compete for the starting job.

Quarterback is clearly a position of need for St. Louis, and speculation continues about whether or not they'll take a QB with the first overall pick in April's draft.



Packers re-sign T Chad Clifton

Clifton signed a three-year, $20 million contract, with $7.5 million guaranteed.

Patriots re-sign DT Vince Wilfork

Wilfork signed a huge five-year, $40 million contract worth $25 million guaranteed, with an $18 million signing bonus.