After the massive housecleaning done around the NFL on Friday, Saturday's transactions proved to be a compelling follow up.
Here are the moves you need to know from Saturday:
- The Seahawks cut Kellen Winslow, just a few months after the team acquired him for a conditional draft pick from Tampa. It's a rapid fall for Winslow, who was still productive in Tampa last year despite endless knee surgeries. Winslow reportedly wouldn't take a pay cut to stay with the team. Zach Miller and Anthony McCoy are Seattle's remaining tight ends.
- New England made a very interesting acquistion, picking up wide receiver Greg Salas from the Ramsin exchange for a late-round pick in 2015. Salas is a slot receiver in the Wes Welker mode and showed promise under Josh McDaniels in St. Louis last year. The move gives the Patriots improved depth and insurance for Welker leaving in 2013. It decreses the chances of Jabar Gaffney returning to the team.