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Bengals keep Nelson, sign free agent CB Jason Allen


Reggie Nelson (Bengals media guide photo)

Jason Allen (Texans media guide photo)

The Cincinnati Bengals have strengthened their defensive backfield by signing free agent cornerback Jason Allen from the Houston Texans.

The team has also re-signed safety Reggie Nelson, who was one of their unrestricted free agents.

Allen was signed just in case their top cornerback Leon Hall isn’t ready for preseason camp. Hall is recovering from a torn left Achilles tendon.

Allen played in all 18 games for Houston and also in their playoff game against the Bengals back in January. He intercepted four passes last season. Allen was the Miami Dolphins first-round pick in 2006 and joined the Texans in 2011.

Nelson is one of Cincinnati’s playmakers on defense. Last season, he led the team with four interceptions.

2012 will be his third season with the Bengals.


Info compiled from Cincinnati Bengals, NFL, Radio & TV news

CFL standout RB Messam in talks with Dolphins


Jerome Messam (courtesy of Edmonton Eskimos)

According to reports from around the NFL, the Miami Dolphins are in contract talks with Canadian Football League running back Jerome Messam,

The 26-year-old Messam, who went to Graceland College, was named the CFL’s Most Outstanding Canadian Player award in 2011 for rushing for 1,057 yards and scoring six touchdowns in 18 games.

Messam signed as a free agent  by the British Columbia Lions on May 14, 2010, who held his rights after he went undrafted in the 2008 CFL Draft.  Messam carried the ball 23 times for 93 yards and 2 touchdowns.

In the off-season after 2011, Messam was traded from the Lions to the Edmonton Eskimos for a fifth round draft pick in the CFL Draft in 2013.


Info compiled from Radio, TV, Canadian news reports



Despite feud with teammates, Holmes appears to be staying with Jets


Santonio Holmes (file photo)

During the last regular season game against the Miami Dolphins, where the New York Jets had to win to get the sixth spot for the AFC playoffs, they lost 19-17.

In that game, several Jets players thought that Santonio Holmes quit on the team. They said so and their words were put out over Twitter and Facebook. His teammates all said they didn’t want him back.

Well, it seems like all is forgiven.

The former Ohio State wide receiver will be staying with the Jets after remaining on their roster for the second day of the NFL’s waiver period.

Holmes will get $15.25 million dollars in guaranteed money for the next two years.


Info compiled from Radio, TV & NFL news

Hiring of Sheridan completes Meyer’s Ohio State staff


Bill Sheridan (courtesy of OSU athletics)

Urban Meyer has completed his 2012 coaching staff with the hiring of defensive assistant Bill Sheridan.

Sheridan has been an assistant coach at several colleges: Army, Cincinnati, Maine, Michigan, Michigan State and Notre Dame.

A native of Detroit, Sheridan attended Grand Valley State University and has coached 31 years, seven of those in the NFL. He just completed a two-year stint with as the linebackers coach for the Miami Dolphins. Sheridan won a Super Bowl ring with the New York Giants in 2007 and spent five years on the staff.

Coach Meyer has yet to indicate specifically what part of the defense Sheridan will coach.


Info compiled from Ohio State Buckeyes athletics

Fisher chooses St. Louis over Miami


Jeff Fisher (photo by Major Annmarie Raneker via wikipedia commons)

The St. Louis Rams and the Miami Dolphins desparately wanted Jeff Fisher to become the head coach of their respective football teams.

But only one could win and the winner is, Sam Bradford and the Rams.

Fisher sat out the 2011 season after 17 seasons with the Tennessee Titans franchise.

The 53-year-old Fisher, who played college football at USC, was by far the most coveted head coaching candidate available this offseason.

His career with the Titans was very successful with a 142-120 record and a Super Bowl XXXIV matchup against the Rams after the 1999 season which Tennessee lost lost 23-16 and fell 1 yard short of forcing overtime.

The Titans won three division titles and made six playoff appearances under Fisher.

Fisher stepped down last offseason as the NFL’s dean of coaches, saying that he simply needed a break.

Fisher probably liked the Rams situation better than the Dolphins due to the fact that Bradford is the established number-1 QB, they have the #2 pick in the upcoming draft and plenty of salary cap room.


Info compiled from NFL & St. Louis Rams news

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