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Posted 1 Apr 2013http://sports.yahoo....-155454903.html
Source: Cards closing in on deal for Carson Palmer
2 hours 11 minutes ago
The Arizona Cardinals are close to finalizing a trade with the Oakland Raiders that would bring veteran quarterback Carson Palmer to the desert, Yahoo! Sports has learned.
Panthers DE Charles Johnson chases after Carson Palmer last season. (Getty)
Though the deal, which would likely cost the Cardinals a late-round pick in the 2013 draft, has not yet been finalized, it is "likely to be soon," according to a source familiar with negotiations between the two teams.
Palmer, due to make $13 million in 2013, would also agree to a new contract that substantially reduces his salary.
The situation is nonetheless amenable to Palmer given his current lack of faith in the Raiders' rebuilding efforts. As Y! Sports reported last week, Palmer refused to restructure his contract with Oakland because he hoped to play elsewhere.
The Raiders, in turn, responded by reportedly trading for Seattle Seahawks backup quarterback Matt Flynn. That made Palmer expendable, and the Cardinals stepped up to grab him. Arizona had previously signed former Indianapolis Colts quarterback Drew Stanton in free agency and holds the seventh overall pick in the upcoming draft, but Palmer would be the presumptive starter.
The Cardinals have some interest in North Carolina State quarterback Mike Glennon, who might be available in the second round and could be groomed as Palmer’s successor.
Geno is gonna drop to us and that sucks. Hes not a first round talent. He'll go in the 1st this year only because it's such a weak qb year.
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Posted 8 Jan 2013http://sports.yahoo....478--ncaaf.html
It's not a good night to be Notre Dame. Not only are the Fighting Irish getting blasted on the field by Alabama in the BCS championship game, they're getting clowned on Twitter too.
Kate Upton knows her sports. She's been on the cover of Sports Illustrated (the swimsuit issue, but still). She's dating Tigers pitcher Justin Verlander. She does the Dougie at NBA games.
[Related: LeBron James wanted Oregon to tag in for Notre Dame at halftime]
And she had an observation on Twitter that managed to rip two teams on Monday night:It's okay Notre Dame this happened to the Jets every week
Oh, ouch. And here the Jets thought they were in the clear now that the offseason was upon them. Rough, Kate.
Posted 2 Jan 2013Why???? Someone please tell me why?
CLEVELAND -- The following are the latest reports and rumors surrounding the Browns' coaching and GM searches:
* JETS, OTHERS WANT HECKERT: Former Browns general manager Tom Heckert has begun talking to other teams and could have a GM job soon, league sources said. A report Tuesday that he was in line to join Andy Reid in Arizona if Reid gets the Cardinals job is untrue. The Jets have scheduled interviews with Heckert and others. But Heckert might land a job even before the Jets get a crack at him. At least one other team is heavily pursuing him.
* HOLMGREN READY: Former Browns President Mike Holmgren, 64, told ESPN's Ed Werder he's willing to listen to offers for some of these seven head coaching vacancies. He said he won't aggressively pursue jobs himself. "If anyone is interested, I'll listen,'' he said. Holmgren has relocated to Arizona, where the Cardinals are looking for a replacement for fired coach Ken Whisenhunt.
* REID TO CARDINALS?: Multiple reports surfaced Tuesday that Reid was close to getting the Cardinals job, and Jason LaCanfora of CBS Sports reported that he'll interview there Wednesday. But the Cardinals are also interviewing their defensive coordinator Ray Horton a second time, according to profootballtalk.com. Horton also interviewed Tuesday with the Browns. On Wednesday, he'll also talk to the Bills, profootballtalk.com added.
* KOETTER TO TALK TO EAGLES: Falcons offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter, whom the Browns will interview this week according to Alex Marvez of Fox Sports, will also interview with the Eagles, according to Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer. Looks like the Browns and Eagles have the same short list.
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