What’s new in free agency and the LT saga continues…

Igor Olshansky has accepted a 4-year, $18 million contract with the Dallas Cowboys.

Apparently LaDainian Tomlinson has received the Chargers‘ “final offer” which, likely, involves a pay cut from the expected $24 million he is expected to make by 2011 under his original contract.  It’s up to LT now to decide how badly he wants to remain in San Diego.  According to his mother, it’s not promising that he will remain a Charger.  Frankly, I’m sick of all the back and forth and speculation and such.  It’s not that difficult.  The guy’s a millionaire already and has broken virtually every RB record.  Make a decision already and get on with it so the Chargers can plan their draft strategy.

Other notable free agency news:  TJ Houshmenzadeh signed with Seattle. Laveraneus Coles and Cincinnati have agreed to terms.  K Mike Nugent signed a one-year deal with the Buccaneers, CB Dominique Foxworth is off to Baltimore and, apparently, the Ravens agreed to terms to keep Ray Lewis.  The Colts re-signed Jeff Saturday.  New Orleans re-signed Devery Henderson and Jonathan Vilma.  Ex-Chief QB Damon Huard signed with San Francisco.  Washington re-signed DeAngelo Hall.

That’s it for now.  Stay tuned for breaking news and futher commentary.