NFLPA approves transfer of players to NFLPA, but with caveats

PITTsburgh and Akl airports are the only remaining remaining airports with NFL teams in the state, according to the National Football League Players Association.

ESPN first reported that the NFLPA approved a transfer of more than 1,500 players to the NFL Players Association’s (NFLPA) local office at Akl.

It also said it had approved transfers to the New Orleans Saints, Minnesota Vikings, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and New York Jets.

The NFLPA announced that it has approved the transfer of the New York Giants’ wide receiver Greg Jennings to the Chicago Bears.

Jennings was on the Jets roster when the Giants’ season ended in March.

ESPN first reported on Tuesday that the Eagles have agreed to a trade with the Indianapolis Colts to acquire tight end Owen Daniels from the Titans.

Daniels was signed to the Titans’ practice squad in July.

Daniels and Jennings have played together for the Colts since December 2013.