Chargers CB Derek Cox was benched three plays into Sunday's loss to the Broncos.
The Chargers benched CB Derek Cox during their Week 9 loss to Washington.
Chargers signed CB Derek Cox, formerly of the Jaguars, to a four-year, $20 million contract.
The Jaguars have dropped out of the running for free agent CB Derek Cox.
Free agent CB Derek Cox has lined up visits with the Saints and Chargers.
The Tampa Bay Times reports free agent CB Derek Cox is "almost a lock" to sign somewhere other than Tampa.
An "industry source" tells the Florida Times Union free agent CB Derek Cox will likely command a deal worth roughly $24 million over four years.
The Union-Tribune San Diego reports the Chargers have expressed interest in free agent CB Derek Cox.
The Jaguars have reached out to free agent CB Derek Cox.
The Tampa Tribune reports the Bucs are "continuing their pursuit" of free agent CB Derek Cox, and could sign him "out of the chute" on Tuesday.
The Tampa Bay Times is "pretty certain" the Bucs have been in contact with free agent CB Derek Cox.
The Florida Times Union confirms the Redskins are among the teams "expected to be interested" in free agent CB Derek Cox.
The Washington Examiner's John Keim passes along free agent CB Derek Cox as a "name to keep an eye on" for the Redskins this weekend.
According to the Florida Times Union, the Jaguars want free agent CB Derek Cox back, but "only at the right price."