|Sep. 30 8:53 AM PT9:53 AM MT10:53 AM CT11:53 AM ET15:53 GMT11:53 PM 北京时间8:53 AM MST10:53 AM EST10:53 AM CT19:53 UAE11:53 ET14:53 - Freeney has a torn quadriceps muscle that could sideline him for several weeks or even the rest of the season.
Analysis: Coach Mike McCoy and general manager Tom Telesco both said Monday that the team doesn't know the severity of the injury or the time frame for recovery for the 33-year-old pass rusher. Freeney was hurt in the second quarter of San Diego's 30-21 victory against Dallas on Sunday.
|May 18 9:26 AM PT10:26 AM MT11:26 AM CT12:26 PM ET16:26 GMT12:26 AM 北京时间9:26 AM MST11:26 AM EST11:26 AM CT20:26 UAE12:26 ET15:26 - The San Diego Chargers have agreed to a two-year deal with star pass rusher Dwight Freeney that could be worth $13.35 million. The deal to bring Freeney to the Chargers came four days after outside linebacker Melvin Ingram tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee in a padless practice. The addition of Freeney also helps cushion the loss of outside linebackers Antwan Barnes and Shaun Phillips to free agency.
Analysis: Freeney, 33, entering his 12th season, was Indianapolis' career sacks leader before the Colts decided not to re-sign him in the offseason. His sacks totals declined each of the past three years. Chargers rookie general manager Tom Telesco was with the Colts before being hired by San Diego in January.
|Mar. 20 3:50 PM PT4:50 PM MT5:50 PM CT6:50 PM ET22:50 GMT6:50 AM 北京时间3:50 PM MST5:50 PM EST4:50 PM CT2:50 UAE (+1)18:50 ET21:50 - The Denver Broncos are set to talk with free agent Freeney and John Abraham on Thursday, 48 hours after they submitted a new contract proposal to Elvis Dumervil.
Analysis: Freeney, 33, and Abraham, 34, are both older and less productive than Dumervil, 29, but might make financial sense for the Broncos, who had to cut Dumervil last week to avoid paying him $12 million in 2013.
|Feb. 15 2:25 PM PT3:25 PM MT4:25 PM CT5:25 PM ET22:25 GMT6:25 AM 北京时间3:25 PM MST5:25 PM EST4:25 PM CT2:25 UAE (+1)17:25 ET20:25 - The Indianapolis Colts said Friday they will not re-sign Freeney or oft-injured receiver Austin Collie.
Analysis: Both will become unrestricted free agents next month. Freeney, Indy's career sacks leader, turns 33 next week. His sacks totals declined for a third straight year in 2012, this time after moving from defensive end to outside linebacker. Team owner Jim Irsay said in a statement that few players had more impact on the Colts' success than Freeney, who Irsay calls an "artist" and a "joy to watch."
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Greg and John roll on with the Red Sox talk and get into John Farrell's performance thus far, if Chili Davis is getting through to the hitters, any possible deals the Sox could make and more.
Greg and John kick off the Sunday Sports Roundtable discussing the latest on the struggling Red Sox and what they can do, if anything, to fix things this season. They discuss front office decisions, what is wrong with this team and if the pitching can turn around amongst other Sox issues.
Don Sweeney, who was hired as the Bruins general manager yesterday speaks with Dale and Holley about his new position and where the Bruins go from here.
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