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By Mike Florio

Veteran right tackle Eric Winston, who has started 16 games every year since 2007, will try to extend that streak in Seattle. His decision to sign there comes after an extended stretch of free agency. His patience apparently paid off. “I think the opportunity, not only at my position but the opportunity with the team,”…
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By Mike Florio

It took a while, but veteran tackle Eric Winston finally has a new gig. In addition to being the president of the NFL Players Association. Winston, per a league source, has signed a one-year deal with the Seahawks. The move keeps Winston in the NFC West. Last year, he started all 16 games with the…
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By Justin5772002

“ST. JOSEPH, Mo. — Four days into training camp, there’s been no change of status for the Kansas City Chiefs’ most accomplished cornerback. Sean Smith is still running with the second team behind starters Marcus Cooper and Ron Parker.

This isn’t what the Chiefs envisioned last year when they signed Smith as a free agent from the Miami Dolphins. It can’t be what they envisioned last month when they released Brandon Flowers, a cornerback even more accomplished than Smith…”

very very worried, Cooper showed great promise but need more time being coached, but Ron Parker? Read more…

By Mike Wilkening

The Panthers waived defensive back De’Quan Menzie on Saturday. And now, it appears the third-year pro could be electing to end his career. According to Joe Person of the Charlotte Observer, Panthers head coach Ron Rivera indicated Sunday that the 24-year-old Menzie was retiring. Menzie’s verified Twitter account had the following post Sunday: “Officially done….”…
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By Josh Alper

Sean McGrath led Chiefs tight ends in receptions last season, but he isn’t going to hold onto that status this season. McGrath has decided to retire from the NFL after two seasons. McGrath, who had 26 catches last season after playing two games for the Seahawks in 2012, is dealing with some personal issues, according…
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By kcvet

Sean McGrath, who led all Chiefs tight ends in receptions in 2013, has elected to retire, coach Andy Reid said Saturday, according to the Kansas City Star.

The 26-year-old McGrath appeared in all 16 games for Kansas City a season ago, catching 26 passes for 302 yards and two touchdowns. The Chiefs claimed him on waivers from Seattle on September 1, and he quickly became a contributor in the Kansas City offense, which had injury issues at tight end.

A Eastern Illinois and Henderson State product, McGrath signed with the Seahawks after the 2012 NFL Draft, and he appeared in two games Read more…

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