It’s been over two weeks since the free agency opened, and in that time, we’ve seen some exciting trades and luxury contracts awarded, for the most part, to quarterbacks.
JC Jackson and Carlton Davis were considered the best cornerbacks on the free agency and received good contracts. Jackson went to the Chargers for five years for $82.5 million, while Davis stayed with Tampa for three years and $45 million.
Cincinnati Bengals fire player half an hour after signing contract
The Cincinnati Bengals, a National Football League club, signed linebacker Fred Johnson. But 30 minutes later, team executives had a change of heart.
Half an hour after announcing the deal, the Bengals put Johnson on the draft board.
Beckham is ready to return to Cleveland
“Cleveland made one of the most high-profile trades of the offseason, trading Deshaun Watson. The club acquired Amari Cooper in a trade with Dallas and waived Jarvis Landry. Where quarterback Baker Mayfield will go is still unclear, but one former Browns player doesn’t mind reuniting with the team.
According to journalist Mary Kay Cabot, receiver Odell Beckham is “open to returning to Cleveland after the Deshaun Watson trade.” How quickly things have changed! A few months ago, the receiver and the team said goodbye wrongly, and now it appears their reunion is possible.
Bobby Wagner is expected at the Rams’ facility.
“The Los Angeles Rams have yet to make a mark on the free agency, and Bobby Wagner may not be leaving the NFC West.
Wagner, who played ten years for the Seattle Seahawks, visited their division rival Los Angeles Rams base. According to NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport, the two sides are interested in a contract.
As early as Tuesday, Rams general manager Les Snead said that the club had discussed Wagner.
Despite his age (31), Wagner is still capable of playing at a high level — last season, he set a personal record for tackles (170).
At Los Angeles, Wagner could join Aaron Donald and Jalen Ramsey.