Here are some thoughts on the early moves of free agency and how they affect the Jets:
1. Case Keenum reportedly agreed to a deal with Denver overnight, the first of the quarterback dominoes to fall. The Broncos were expected to be in the Kirk Cousins sweepstakes, but clearly they either did not like the price or felt he already was going somewhere else, so they pounced on Keenum.
Fuller, 26, missed the 2016 season, but in his three seasons on the field with the Bears, he started 46 games and made eight interceptions and 41 pass breakups.
Fox is pushing its lead college analyst, Joel Klatt, to be part of NFL Network’s coverage, a source said.
In more Fox news, the network had current Browns lineman Joe Thomas and former Bears coach John Fox in for auditions, according to sources. Thomas was particularly impressive, according to one source. The two are being considered for a variety of roles on both Fox and Fox Sports 1. Thomas also went through the ESPN Car Wash this offseason, which often is used as a tryout of sorts, so don’t rule out Bristol. Thomas has not decided yet if he will play next season.
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The Giants know the fix they need for their offensive line cannot be solved with small moves and so they embarked on NFL free agency thinking big. They are heavily involved with landing Andrew Norwell, the top guard on the open market, and understand they will have to spend to get him.
The woman told the Washington Post in a February article that Sorensen was violent and emotionally abusive during their more than 2 years married together.
Some of disturbing accusations from Corbett are that Sorensen ran a car over her foot, put out a cigarette on her hand, threw her into a wall, and grabbed her by the hair while they were alone on a boat off the coast off Maine.