NFC Notes: Zastudil, Moss, Cowboys, 49ers

Cardinals punter Dave Zastudil signed a two-year extension with the team last month, and today Brian McIntyre provides the financial details for that contract (via Twitter). According to McIntyre, the deal will be worth $2.95MM over two years, with a $545K bonus, a 2014 cap hit of $1,252,500, and $450K in possible incentives.

Let’s check in on a few more items from around the NFC….

  • Most recent Redskins rumors have revolved around the team’s negotiations with its defensive free-agents-to-be, but the club has also had talks with wide receiver Santana Moss about a new deal, tweets Mike Jones of the Washington Post. Moss has indicated that he’d like to remain in Washington.
  • In a chat with readers, Tim Cowlishaw of the Dallas Morning News said on Thursday that the Cowboys won’t be major players in free agency, but that the team will be active in reworking contracts over the next several weeks, with Tony Romo among the restructure candidates.
  • Safety is a major area of concern for the Eagles this offseason, as Sheil Kapadia and Tim McManus outline at
  • Based on their recent free agent history, the 49ers are unlikely to be aggressive and make a big splash when the free agent period begins next month, according to Matt Maiocco of, who says the team is more likely to target players who fall through the cracks.
  • Kyle Odegard of speaks to Jason Fitzgerald of about the cap situations for the three contenders in the NFC West, the Seahawks, 49ers, and Cardinals.
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