Pittsburgh’s Mike Wallace, Santonio Holmes from the New York Jets, Marques Colston from the New Orleans Saints, Miami’s Brandon Marshall and Hakeem Nicks from the New York Giants are in Group C.
Asked if he would be content to play a reserve role in New Orleans, Sharper replied: “It was frustrating for me last year but I could deal with it better because I know I wasn’t 100 percent healthy.
The Saints could have upped Moore’s offer to the first-round level, but they are probably safe with their offer. He could be a coveted free agent for other teams.
Progress toward an agreement between the NFL players and the NFL owners seems to be being made, if you can believe the reports coming from the negotiating tables.
The NFL lockout has drained everyone — fans, players, owners and mediators — for what seems to be ages now, when in reality the lockout is roughly four months old, or to be exact 121 days and nineteen hours at the time of this writing. It’s still the longest work stoppage in the history of the NFL.