Updating a previous item, Shawn Springs failed a physical before he was released by the Patriots on Tuesday.
The Eagles are not interested in free agent Shawn Springs, according to beat writer Jeff McLane.
Shawn Springs, released by the Patriots Tuesday, told NFL Network's Jason LaCanfora that he still plans on playing football in 2010.
Patriots released CB Shawn Springs.
Patriots CB Shawn Springs confirmed late Wednesday that he is not planning to retire after all.
Patriots CB Shawn Springs indicated Wednesday that he may consider calling it a career this offseason.
Shawn Springs, who's been inactive much of the season, started Sunday's game at left cornerback for the Patriots.
Shawn Springs was a healthy scratch in the Week 10 loss to the Colts.
The Boston Globe suggests that the Patriots will use Shawn Springs as a "matchup corner" to square off against opposing No. 1 receivers.
Shawn Springs' three-year contract with the Patriots has a base worth of $9.75 million and includes a $2.7 million signing bonus.
Shawn Springs' contract with the Patriots is for three years and worth roughly $10.5 million in base value.
Patriots agreed to terms with CB Shawn Springs, formerly of the Redskins.
Free agent Shawn Springs is expected to sign with the Patriots, according to the Providence Journal.
The Eagles are looking at free agent Shawn Springs as a potential replacement for Brian Dawkins at free safety.