White spent his entire career in Atlanta and departs as the franchise's all-time leader in receiving yards, receptions and touchdown catches. The Atlanta Falcons have announced that they have released veteran wide receiver Roddy White. White has spent his entire career in Atlanta, who drafted him with their first-round pick in 2005.
The cornerback had a breakout campaign in 2015 with a career-high seven interceptions and 17 passes defended. The Los Angeles Rams have placed the franchise tag on cornerback Trumaine Johnson, per NFL Network's Ian Rapoport and others. The Rams rewarded Johnson for his breakout campaign last year, locking him up with a guaranteed one-year deal worth $13.95 million.
The Panthers' shutdown corner will remain a part of Carolina's secondary for at least another season. The Carolina Panthers are set to place the franchise tag on cornerback Josh Norman, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported Tuesday morning. Norman had a breakthrough campaign in 2015, emerging as one of the league's top shutdown corners this past season.
@DFish27 I dont think the partial tear has anything to do with his struggles in 1st half. He was tinkering alot, trying to find best mix of pitches and his release pt inconsistent, thinking too much. He finally got it together tho, and it showed after June.
@DFish27 Im sure he'll work on his mechanics over the winter and in spring training. Rothschild returning is very important, should be good for him to progress. Way too early to talk about specifics though.
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