Pro-Bowl stand out and former Miami Dolphin running back Ronnie Brown has signed a one-year contract with the now LOADED Philadelphia Eagles. Brown is hoping to revamp his erstwhile-brilliant career, while the Eagles have been snatching up marque players left and right, with shut down corner Nnamdi Asomugha signing along with former Offensive Rookie of the Year and Tennessee Titan Vince Young, who will make up another mobile QB Michael Vick.
As the NFL Lockout wrapped up and teams were able to sign free agents, a bevy of rapid-fire deals began to be signed, sending hometown favorites to new teams. A former NFC Champion with the Seattle Seahawks, Matt Hasselbeck will likely finish his career in Nashville with the Titans. Albert Haynesworth, the talented but troubled defensive tackle with one of the meanest streaks in the league was sent to the New England Patriots after a disappointing few years with the Washington Redskins. The Pats have also signed former-Cincinnati Bengal Chad Ochocinco (that’s his real name) to provide QB Tom Brady a viable deep threat.
The league also lost one of its greatest players, WR Randy Moss, who played for three different teams last year (the Pats, the Minnesota Vikings and the Titans) and declined other offers to go ahead and retire, ending one of the best and strangest careers of all time. Seriously, who sets the record for touchdown receptions and also fake moons home crowds? Only Randy Moss.