1. Moves the San Francisco 49ers Will Not Regret Making This Offseason

    This offseason, the San Francisco 49ers front office management unloaded more players—particularly ones with name value—than it added...

    Dylan DeSimone Written by Dylan DeSimone about 3 months ago 19,416 reads 28 comments

  2. What Is Next for the Cleveland Browns After Initial Wave of Free Agency?

    The Cleveland Browns were one of the most aggressive teams in the NFL at the start of free agency this season. This was a departure from the past few years when they stood idly on the sidelines and picked up the scraps...

    Will Burge Written by Will Burge about 4 months ago 17,335 reads 140 comments

  3. What We Have Learned About the Cleveland Browns Since the Start of Free Agency

    One of the biggest mysteries heading into the NFL free agency period was how the Cleveland Browns new front office would execute their game plan...

    Will Burge Written by Will Burge about 4 months ago 17,898 reads 55 comments

  4. San Francisco 49ers Replace Donte Whitner with Antoine Bethea

    The San Francisco 49ers have already taken a hit in free agency, watching Donte Whitner sign with the Cleveland Browns . In retrospect, it was inevitable...

    Bryan Knowles Written by Bryan Knowles about 4 months ago 7,766 reads 19 comments

  5. 49ers Sign Antoine Bethea: Grading the Move and What's Next for San Francisco

    San Francisco 49ers general manager Trent Baalke completed the quickest signing of his tenure in the Bay Area, inking veteran safety Antoine Bethea to a four-year, $21 million deal, via Matt Barrows of the Sacramento Bee ...

    Dylan DeSimone Written by Dylan DeSimone about 4 months ago 30,808 reads 94 comments

  6. Browns Sign Donte Whitner: Grading the Move and What It Means for Cleveland

    The Cleveland Browns got the safety they were looking for just moments after free agency began. It just wasn ’t the guy everyone was expecting. Donte Whitner is going home to Cleveland...

    Will Burge Written by Will Burge about 4 months ago 7,277 reads 29 comments

  7. Donte Whitner to Browns: Latest Contract Details, Comments and Analysis

    Donte Whitner has reached an agreement with the Cleveland Browns on a four-year, $28 million deal. Adam Schefter of ESPN provided word of the free-agent signing on Tuesday: ...

    Tim Daniels Written by Tim Daniels about 4 months ago 37,444 reads 156 comments

  8. B/R's Chris Simms: Whitner Would Be 'Tremendous Fit', Instant Leader for Browns

    Mary Kay Cabot of The Plain Dealer reports that safety T.J. Ward has drawn interest from many NFL teams and the Cleveland Browns are expected lose him when free agency begins on March 11 at 4 p...

    Team Stream Now Written by Team Stream Now about 4 months ago 7,953 reads 42 comments

  9. San Francisco 49ers Free Agency: Who Will Stay, Who Will Go?

    Free agency officially begins on March 11 at 4 p.m. ET. To this point, however, the San Francisco 49ers have only come to an agreement with Anquan Boldin. That leaves 10 free agents left scheduled to hit the market on Tuesday afternoon...

    Bryan Knowles Written by Bryan Knowles about 4 months ago 14,501 reads 48 comments

  10. Draft Day Trades San Francisco 49ers GM Trent Baalke Should Be Exploring

    Entering May’s draft with a league-high 12 picks and few real positions to tune up, the NFL world should fully expect San Francisco 49ers general manager Trent Baalke to be wheeling and dealing, as soon as Day 1 even...

    Dylan DeSimone Written by Dylan DeSimone about 5 months ago 16,859 reads 143 comments

  11. Why the San Francisco 49ers Should Move on from Donte Whitner in 2014

    The San Francisco 49ers won't have an easy answer for safety Donte Whitner 's contract. For three seasons now, the 49ers have been able to count on Whitner's veteran presence in the secondary...

    Tom Smeaton Written by Tom Smeaton about 5 months ago 14,411 reads 69 comments

  12. Denver Broncos: Breaking Down Why They Must Sign a High-Profile Safety

    The Denver Broncos didn't force a turnover all postseason, and it eventually cost them. When the Broncos needed their defense to swing the Super Bowl with a clutch interception or forced fumble, it didn't...

    Baily Deeter Written by Baily Deeter about 5 months ago 4,152 reads 26 comments

  13. Picking the Ideal Free Agent to Fill Each of the Washington Redskins' Holes

    As their 3-13 record in 2013 would indicate, the Washington Redskins will enter the free-agent period with a litany of holes on their roster...

    Marcel Davis Written by Marcel Davis about 5 months ago 18,448 reads 105 comments

  14. 5 Cost-Effective Moves the San Francisco 49ers Should Make This Offseason

    The San Francisco 49ers have been excruciatingly close to a Super Bowl title these past three years, and head coach Jim Harbaugh has gotten them to the very brink of a world championship...

    Dan Mori Written by Dan Mori about 6 months ago 6,657 reads 16 comments

  15. Donte Whitner Must Pay Nike Before He Can Change His Name

    What’s in a name? A lot of red tape and cash, judging by the ordeal Donte Whitner will have to go through in order to officially change his last name...

    Dan Carson Written by Dan Carson about 9 months ago 20,596 reads 67 comments

  16. Why Donte Whitner's Name Change Is an Incredibly Dumb Idea

    Ever since Donte Whitner first stepped into a pro locker room, pundits have viewed him as a tenacious hitter. Coming out of Ohio State, Whitner was a blue-chip prospect that had blazing speed (4...

    Tyson Langland Written by Tyson Langland about 9 months ago 7,596 reads 74 comments

  17. 49ers Safety Donte Whitner Makes Insane Play for Interception

    San Francisco 49ers safety Donte Whitner has been in the league for eight years now, but his interception on Thursday night against the St. Louis Rams was one of the craziest plays of his career...

    Kyle Newport Written by Kyle Newport about 10 months ago 25,137 reads 25 comments

  18. Breaking Down the San Francisco 49ers Secondary Changes

    If there was one exploitable weakness during the San Francisco 49ers ' run through the postseason and into the Super Bowl, it was their secondary. 49er fans know this statement well...

    Peter Panacy Written by Peter Panacy about 12 months ago 6,856 reads 10 comments