09 Mar 2014
Not a whole lot of activity so far, but I assume things will start moving a little faster as the deadline gets closer. Here's what we've got for now from the last few days...
-Colts re-sign P Pat McAfee to five-year, $14 million contract.
-Jets re-sign TE Jeff Cumberland to three-year, $3.7 million contract, with $1 million in guarantees.
-Jaguars re-sign QB Chad Henne to two-year, $8 million contract, with a $1.5 million signing bonus.
-Vikings re-sign QB Matt Cassel to two-year, $10 million contract.
-Cardinals sign TE John Carlson to two-year, $4.65 million contract.
-Bucs released OG Davin Joseph
-Cardinals released OG Daryn Colledge
-Saints "expected" to release RB Darren Sproles, actually released WR Lance Mooore.
-Jaguars sign DE Red Bryant to a four-year, $17 million deal.
-Packers re-sign CB Sam Shields to a four-year, $39 million deal, with a $12.5 million signing bonus.
-Vikings re-sign DE Everson Griffen to five-year, $42.5 million deal, with $20 million in guarantees.
-Jets released CB Antonio Cromartie.
-Vikings re-sign LB/ST Larry Dean.
-Pats re-sign TE Michael Hoomanawanui to two-year deal.
-Cowboys OG Mackenzy Bernadeau agrees to pay cut.
-Pittsburgh will reportedly release LaMarr Woodley as a June 1 cut.
-Jets release WR Santonio Holmes
-Jason Babin voided his contract with Jacksonville to become a free agent.
-Seahawks re-sign DE Micheal Bennett to four-year, $28.5 million contract with $16 million in guarantees.
-Giants release OL David Baas.
-Rams release OL Harvey Dahl.
-Broncos OL Chris Kuper retires.
-49ers release CB Carlos Rogers.
-Dolphins release CB Dimitri Patterson
-Arizona re-signs K Jay Feely.
-Seattle re-signs TE Anthony McCoy.
-Miami signs S Louis Delmas to one-year, $3.5 million deal.
-Bucs reportedly will release CB Darrelle Revis. Good use of first- and third-round picks.
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