2 Fullbacks sign.....
Twelve-year veteran fullback Cory Schlesinger, who played his entire career with the Detroit Lions before becoming an unrestricted free agent two weeks ago, has reached agreement with the Miami Dolphins on a $2 million, two-year contract.
The Oakland Raiders have reached agreement with unrestricted free agent fullback Justin Griffith, continuing to address a backfield that was in need of upgrades in quality and depth. The deal with Griffith, one of the NFL's top fullbacks who played the first four seasons of his career with the Atlanta Falcons, comes in the wake of Friday's addition of former Indianapolis tailback Dominic Rhodes. Griffith figures to be the primary escort now for the tailback tandem of Rhodes and LaMont Jordan and his signing could foreshadow the end of fullback Zack Crockett's long tenure with the Raiders.
Griffith, 25, will sign a three-year contract worth $3.8 million.
As long as we got Danny Kreider, that's all I care about :cope:
Speak of the devil!!
Originally Posted by TOP GUN
I just seen on the NFL Networks Player Birthday "Ticker" that today is Dan Kreider's birthday.
He turned 30yrs old which usually marks the downside of a players career.
Hard to believe he's been in the league this long. He's probably got 1 more good contract left in him so hopefully it's with us.
I wouldn't argue with that TG, but we do need to Consider the Possiblities of finding a replacement, Dans not getting younger.:scratch: Not to mention that FB's are slim pick'n in the NFL
I'd rather have Dan than either of those two. Corey was a beast in his day ,for 2 million, I'd pass...