Bucs placed LG Carl Nicks (toe) on injured reserve, ending his season.
Bucs agreed to terms with LG Carl Nicks on a five-year, $47.5 million contract.
Free agent LG Carl Nicks reportedly arrived in Tampa Bay for a visit late Tuesday evening.
According to NFL Network's Jason LaCanfora, the Bucs and Eagles are vying for the first visit from free agent OG Carl Nicks.
The Dallas Morning News believes the Cowboys are no longer among the favorites for free agents OG Carl Nicks and DE Mario Williams.
Free agent OG Carl Nicks finally received a contract offer from the Saints on Monday, deeming it "respectable."
Free agent OG Carl Nicks reiterated in an interview with WWL in New Orleans that he wants to be the NFL's highest paid guard.
Free agent LG Carl Nicks confirmed to WWL-TV in New Orleans that he does not expect to be back with the Saints.
Although he is "relieved" to longer be a candidate for the franchise tag, free agent LG Carl Nicks insists he's still hoping to re-sign with the Saints.
Profootballtalk.com reports that the Saints have not even made a contract offer to free agent LG Carl Nicks.
Free agent LG Carl Nicks wrote on Twitter Wednesday that he does not want the Saints to franchise tag him.
The New Orleans Times-Picayune considers free agent LG Carl Nicks a more likely candidate for the franchise tag than free agent Marques Colston if the Saints are able to avoid using it on Drew Brees.
The Tampa Tribune expects the Bucs to show interest in LG Carl Nicks if he hits the open market.
Free agent LG Carl Nicks told SiriusXM NFL Radio Tuesday that he's seeking a deal worth more than RG Jahri Evans' seven-year, $56.7 million contract.