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Bengals cutting guard John Miller

The Bengals spent some money yesterday, and are quickly getting rid of the guys they spent on last year. According to Adam Schefter of ESPN.com, the Bengals are releasing guard John Miller. They signed him to a three-year, $16.5 million contract last March, and the former Bills guard started 13 games for them last year.
Tags: News, Espn, American Football, John Miller, Bengals, Adam Schefter


Broncos trading for Jurrell Casey

The Broncos are making a big addition to their defensive line. According to Mike Klis of KUSA, the Broncos are acquiring defensive tackle Jurrell Casey in a trade with the Titans. The Broncos are sending back a “day three draft pick,” which could be a fourth-rounder or a seventh.
Tags: News, American Football, Broncos, KUSA, Mike Klis, Jurrell Casey


Report: Jadeveon Clowney disappointed with lack of big offers

Jadeveon Clowney heads into free agency this afternoon hoping some team comes along with a better offer than he's heard so far. That's the word from Mike Garafolo of NFL Network who reports that Clowney, the defensive end/outside linebacker who played for the Seahawks last year, hasn't seen an offer to his liking. The Seahawks have said they're interested in keeping Clowney, but apparently not at the price he was hoping to hear.
Tags: News, NFL Network, Seahawks, American Football, Clowney, Jadeveon Clowney, Mike Garafolo


Bengals cutting cornerback B.W. Webb

The Bengals spent their money yesterday, they're pulling some back today. According to Josina Anderson of ESPN.com, the Bengals are cutting cornerback B.W. Webb. The move clears his $3.5 million off the books, though he'll still count $1 million in dead money.
Tags: News, Espn, American Football, Josina Anderson, Bengals, B W Webb


Report: Cowboys interested in Emmanuel Sanders

The Cowboys re-signed Amari Cooper this week, but Randall Cobb is off to Houston and that leaves them with a hole to fill in their receiving corps. One option to fill that hole appears to be Emmanuel Sanders. Jane Slater of NFL Media reports that the team has expressed interest in Sanders and that Sanders, who went to college at SMU in Dallas, has interest in playing for the team.
Tags: News, Cowboys, Dallas, Amari Cooper, Houston, Sanders, American Football, SMU, Randall Cobb, NFL Media, Emmanuel Sanders, Emmanuel Sanders Jane Slater


Fast start to free agency leaves picked-through Top 100 list

Only four of the top 25 players on the list remain after the frenzied past two days, and just nine of the top 50 players on the list are still unspoken for. The top player remaining is now-former Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston (No. 7), who has been supplanted by some guy named Tom Brady.
Tags: News, Jameis Winston, American Football, Buccaneers


AP source: Raiders agree to deals with Littleton, Witten

The Las Vegas Raiders had a busy day in free agency Tuesday, agreeing on a three-year contract with linebacker Cory Littleton, a one-year deal with veteran tight end Jason Witten and also agreeing to deals with three other defensive players. Littleton's addition is the most significant, providing the team the type of linebacker who has been missing in recent seasons. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the contract can't be signed until the start of the new league year o...
Tags: News, Raiders, Ap, American Football, Littleton, Jason Witten, Cory Littleton, Las Vegas Raiders, Littleton Witten


Ben Roethlisberger, Kirk Cousins contracts drop Dak Prescott’s franchise tender

Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott lost plenty of money the last two days, regardless of the performance of the stock market. New contracts for Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins and Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger will drop the value of the exclusive franchise tender at Prescott's position, taking dollars out of his tender for 2020 and, absent a long-term deal, 2021. The exclusive tender comes from the average of the five-highest paid players at the position in the current year, based ...
Tags: News, Cowboys, Steelers, Dak Prescott, Vikings, Prescott, American Football, Ben Roethlisberger, Kirk Cousins, Ben Roethlisberger Kirk Cousins


Why Raiders added Jason Witten to deep tight end group, didn't wait

The Raiders employed a deep, talented and diverse tight-end group last season, with Darren Waller, Foster Moreau and Derek Carrier all under contract. That trio became as tight as any position group, with each guy making significant contributions in 2019. Waller emerged as an elite receiving talent with a willingness to block.
Tags: News, Raiders, American Football, Waller, Jason Witten, Derek Carrier, Darren Waller Foster Moreau


Chargers will be in market for O-linemen in free agency

LOS ANGELES CHARGERS (5-11) UNRESTRICTED FREE AGENTS: QB Philip Rivers, DT Brandon Mebane, LB Thomas Davis Sr. RB Melvin Gordon, WR Travis Benjamin, OG Michael Schofield, DT Damion Square, FS Adrian Phillips, LB Nick Dzubnar, TE Lance Kendricks, WT Geremy Davis, CB Jaylen Watkins, OG Ryan Groy, DT Sylvester Williams, LB Jatavis Brown, FB Derek Watt, RESTRICTED FREE AGENTS: DT Isaac Rochell, RB Troymaine Pope, OG Spencer Drango, TE Sean Culkin. EXCLUSIVE RIGHTS FREE AGENTS: CB Michael Davis, OG T...
Tags: News, Los Angeles, Chargers, American Football, Sean Culkin, Derek Watt, Philip Rivers DT Brandon Mebane LB Thomas Davis, DT Isaac Rochell, CB Michael Davis OG Trent Scott


Broncos agree to trade Andy Janovich to Browns

The Broncos and Browns have agreed to make a trade when the new league year gets underway on Wednesday. Mike Klis of KUSA reports that the Broncos will send fullback Andy Janovich to the Browns. They'll get a 2021 seventh-round pick in return.
Tags: News, Browns, American Football, Broncos, Andy Janovich, KUSA, Mike Klis


Raiders agree to terms with Carl Nassib

The Raiders have had an active day, agreeing to terms with Jeff Heath, Maliek Collins, Cory Littleton and Jason Witten. The team also has reached agreement with defensive lineman Carl Nassib, Jerry McDonald of the Oakland Tribune reports. Nassib, 26, had 12.5 sacks the past two seasons with the Buccaneers.
Tags: News, Raiders, American Football, Oakland Tribune, Carl Nassib, Nassib, Jason Witten, Jeff Heath Maliek Collins Cory Littleton, Carl Nassib Jerry McDonald


There's only one way for Howie Roseman to justify Malcolm Jenkins decision

This is not the resolution I expected back on Jan. 7, when Jenkins said on locker clean-out day he wouldn't play for the Eagles in 2020 under terms of his 2017 contract restructure, which called for $7.6 million in base salary this coming year and averaged $8.8 million per year, making him the 11th-highest-paid safety in the league. I figured Jenkins wanted to be here, Howie Roseman and Doug Pederson understood his value, and they'd find a figure in the middle, quickly get a new contra...
Tags: News, American Football, Eagles, Doug Pederson, Howie Roseman, Jenkins, Malcolm Jenkins


Raiders add defensive tackle Maliek Collins

Having just added an old Cowboy, the Raiders went for a younger one this time. According to Jerry McDonald of the Bay Area News Group, the Raiders have reached a deal with Cowboys defensive tackle Maliek Collins. The 24-year-old Collins started all 55 games for the Cowboys the last four years.
Tags: News, Cowboys, Raiders, Collins, American Football, Maliek Collins, Bay Area News Group the Raiders, Jerry McDonald


Jerick McKinnon restructures contract to remain with 49ers

Running back Jerick McKinnon said in February that he was “willing to do whatever” in order to remain with the 49ers in 2020 and he proved it this week. Matt Maiocco of NBCSportsBayArea.com reports that McKinnon will remain with the team after agreeing to restructure his contract with the team. The terms of the reworked deal aren't known, but McKinnon was set to make a salary of $6.5 million before this change.
Tags: News, American Football, Jerick McKinnon, McKinnon, Matt Maiocco


Report: Lions release Devon Kennard

The Lions are making a change to their linebacking corps. Mike Garafolo of NFL Media reports that the team is releasing Devon Kennard on Tuesday. Kennard signed a three-year deal with the Lions in 2018 and dropping him now creates over $5.6 million in cap space for the Lions this season.
Tags: News, Lions, American Football, NFL Media, Devon Kennard, Kennard, Mike Garafolo


"Jon Gruden" is hyped to have Marcus Mariota join the Raiders

Comedian Frank Caliendo is at it again with yet another impersonation and it hits close to home for Oregon Ducks fans. In case you live under a rock and are not 100% familiar with Caliendo, he's one of if not the best impressionist around. His impressions range from Stephen A. Smith, Robin Williams, Morgan Freeman, Al Pacino, Charles Barkley...
Tags: News, Raiders, Marcus Mariota, Oregon Ducks, Stephen, American Football, Jon Gruden, Frank Caliendo, Caliendo


Cory Littleton agrees to deal with Raiders

The Raiders have snagged their second free agent linebacker in as many days. Former Ram Cory Littleton has agreed to a deal with the team. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports it is a three-year deal worth up to $36 million with a base value of $11.75 million per year.
Tags: News, Raiders, American Football, Ian Rapoport, NFL Media, Cory Littleton


Bears bringing in pass-rusher Robert Quinn

The Bear market is a good one for pass-rushers According to NFL Network, the Bears are signing Cowboys free agent defensive end Robert Quinn. Quinn's getting a five-year, $70 million deal, with $30 million guaranteed. Quinn made his money with an 11.5-sack season for the Cowboys, after coming over in the Dolphins fire sale.
Tags: News, Cowboys, NFL, Dolphins, Quinn, American Football, Robert Quinn, Robert Quinn Quinn


Lions bring in Chase Daniel to back up Matthew Stafford

Chase Daniel beat the Lions, and now he's going to join them. Daniel, the backup quarterback who was pressed into starting duty on Thanksgiving in 2018 in Detroit and led the Bears to a victory, will sign with Detroit, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. The Lions' season fell apart after Matthew Stafford was injured last season, and they're paying Daniel to make sure that doesn't happen again.
Tags: News, Espn, Detroit, Lions, American Football, Daniel, Adam Schefter, Matthew Stafford, Chase Daniel


Dolphins agree to deal with Emmanuel Ogbah

The Dolphins are continuing to build out their defense on Tuesday. Agent Drew Rosenhaus told PFT that his client Emmanuel Ogbah has agreed to a two-year, $15 million deal with the Dolphins. The defensive end joins linebacker Kyle Van Noy, cornerback Byron Jones, safety Clayton Fejedelem and pass rusher Shaq Lawson as new additions to the defense in Miami.
Tags: News, Dolphins, American Football, Shaq Lawson, Emmanuel Ogbah, Clayton Fejedelem, Byron Jones, Rosenhaus, Kyle Van Noy


Jordan Phillips agrees to deal with Cardinals

The Cardinals made a big addition to their offense by trading for wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins on Monday and they kicked off Tuesday by making a move for a defensive lineman. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that the team has agreed to a three-year deal with former Bills defensive tackle Jordan Phillips. Phillips spent the last two seasons in Buffalo and came in at No. 72 on PFT's list of the top free agents in the league.
Tags: News, American Football, Cardinals, Ian Rapoport, NFL Media, DeAndre Hopkins, Jordan Phillips, Jordan Phillips Phillips


Report: Chargers, Buccaneers have made strong offers to Tom Brady

Tom Brady is leaving New England. According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, the Chargers and Buccaneers both made strong offers to Brady, in the $30 million a year range. Or perhaps Brady just thinks it's time for a change.
Tags: News, Tom Brady, New England, American Football, Brady, Buccaneers, Ian Rapoport, Chargers Buccaneers, NFL Network the Chargers


Austin Hooper on Browns offense: On paper, it’s pretty scary

The Browns made a couple of additions to their offense after the free agent negotiating period opened on Monday by agreeing to deals with tight end Austin Hooper and right tackle Jack Conklin. Hooper was the first to agree to a deal and was on 92.3 The Fan when word of Conklin's agreement broke. With Conklin joining an offense that already has Nick Chubb, Kareem Hunt, Odell Beckham, Jarvis Landry and David Njoku, Hooper said he thinks the offense “on paper, it's pretty scary.”
Tags: News, Browns, American Football, Conklin, Austin Hooper, Jack Conklin Hooper, Nick Chubb Kareem Hunt Odell Beckham Jarvis Landry, David Njoku Hooper


Amari Cooper turns down Washington to re-sign with Dallas

The Cowboys have managed to keep both Dak Prescott and Amari Cooper. After using the exclusive franchise tag on their quarterback earlier Monday, the Cowboys reached agreement on a new deal with Cooper. The Pro Bowl receiver will sign a five-year, $100 million contract, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Tags: News, Washington, Cowboys, Dallas, Amari Cooper, Dak Prescott, Espn, American Football, Cooper, Adam Schefter


Eagles agree to deal with Javon Hargrave

The Eagles have landed a big piece to put next to Fletcher Cox on the interior of their defensive line. Agent Drew Rosenhaus announced that his client Javon Hargrave has agreed to terms with the team. Hargrave agreed to a three-year deal that is worth $39 million with $26 million in guaranteed money.
Tags: News, American Football, Eagles, Fletcher Cox, Rosenhaus, Hargrave, Javon Hargrave


Redskins make first free agent move by bringing in offensive line help

The Redskins watched as big-name free agents like Austin Hooper, James Bradberry and Byron Jones signed top of market deals with other teams. Washington just waited. The team reportedly agreed to terms with their own linebacker Jon Bostic, and then after watching 2019 right guard Ereck Flowers leave for the Dolphins in free agency, the Redskins signed their first free agent of the Ron Rivera era.
Tags: News, Washington, Dolphins, Redskins, American Football, Ron Rivera, Byron Jones, Jon Bostic, Ereck Flowers, Austin Hooper James Bradberry


Cowboys, Texans clear losers early this NFL offseason

SportsPulse: What are the teams in Texas doing? Lorenzo Reyes ponders that and picks the winners and losers from day one of the NFL offseason.
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Halapoulivaati Vaitai strikes it rich with Lions

Big V is now Big Money. According to Adam Caplan of SiriusXM NFL Radio, Eagles tackle Halapoulivaati Vaitai just got a five-year, $50 million deal from the Lions. Vaitai replaces previous big-ticket free agent Rick Wagner at right tackle for the Lions, which proves the cyclical nature of the early stages of free agency.
Tags: News, Lions, American Football, Adam Caplan, Halapoulivaati Vaitai, Rick Wagner, NFL Radio Eagles, Lions Vaitai


Report: Giants making a “strong push” to sign Blake Martinez

The Giants are making a “strong push” to sign linebacker Blake Martinez, Matt Lombardo of NJ.com reports. The Packers' signing of Christian Kirksey signaled an end to Martinez' time in Green Bay. Martinez, 26, led all linebackers with 114 solo tackles last season.
Tags: News, Giants, American Football, Green Bay, Martinez, Blake Martinez, Christian Kirksey, Blake Martinez Matt Lombardo