One day after the Washington Redskins released wide receiver Jabar Gaffney, he returned to the team he called home for two and a half seasons, the New England Patriots. According to a post by Jason La Canfora on NFL.com, the Patriots signed Gaffney to a two-year deal. The terms of the contract have not been disclosed. As I wrote yesterday, this wasn't a move the Patriots needed to make, but it was obviously one they were considering.
According to Josina Anderson, free-agent wide receiver Jabar Gaffney will sign with the New England Patriots. Gaffney was released from the Washington Redskins in an obvious salary cap move as he was owed $2.65 million. Once the 31-... Read Post
Washington Redskins cut ties with wide receiver Jabar Gaffney – NFL News Washington Redskins have released their wide receiver, Jabar Gaffney, who played his only National Football League (NFL) season with the team last year and rec... Read Post
About two weeks ago, the Washington Redskins put receiver Jabar Gaffney on the trade block. I wrote that the New England Patriots would at least entertain the notion of trading for Gaffney, who had spent much of the 2006 season and ... Read Post