Extra Points: Freeney, Dolphins, Harbaugh

The Cardinals had interest in Dwight Freeney since late July, a source tells Kent Somers of The Arizona Republic (on Twitter). However, Freeney was looking for too much money. Needless to say, the price has come down. Arizona reportedly has agreed to sign Freeney, though head coach Bruce Arians claimed that there is no deal yet, as Darren Urban of AZCardinals.com tweets.

Here’s more from around the league..

  • The Dolphins won’t make another run at coach Jim Harbaugh, according to Peter King of The MMQB.com (via PFT). Harbaugh, now the head coach at Michigan, was a target for the Dolphins years ago, but the club apparently isn’t interested in circling back. There’s a connection between the ex-49ers coach and Dolphins owner Stephen Ross because Ross is a Michigan alum and has been a major booster for the school. However, for that exact reason, Ross might be hesitant to take the coach away from Ann Arbor.
  • Saints wide receiver Marques Colston suffered a separated shoulder on Sunday at the least, a source tells Ian Rapoport of NFL.com (on Twitter). There could also be some structural damage for the veteran receiver.
  • By trading Gerald Hodges to the 49ers, the Vikings changed everything for their linebackers, Chris Tomasson of the Pioneer Press writes.
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3 comments on “Extra Points: Freeney, Dolphins, Harbaugh

  1. Connor Byrne

    I highly doubt Harbaugh would’ve given the Dolphins the time of day even if they wanted him. It’s tough to imagine him abruptly leaving Michigan, his alma mater that he’s quickly turning back into a national power, to go to a lousy NFL team that doesn’t have a franchise QB. If any pro team with a shaky coaching situation looks like a fit for Harbaugh, it’s the Luck-led Colts. Going from Pagano to Harbaugh and improving the roster would make them a force. It’s moot, however, because he’s not going to leave Michigan after one season.

  2. Dallas Robinson

    I guess Freeney has become something of a cause celebre for me, but I just can’t believe it’s taken this long for him to find a landing spot. Leave it to the Cardinals, who have a history of grabbing guys that the rest of the league seems to have deemed “over the hill”, to scoop him up.

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