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Bucs sign Vinny Curry to three-year deal
ESPN's Jenna Laine reports the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have signed defensive end Vinny Curry.
The deal is reportedly worth $27 million over three years, with $11.5 million guaranteed. This comes after Curry's release from the reigning-champion Philadelphia Eagles. He's the second defensive linemen to head to Tampa, with Beau Allen signing with the Bucs on Wednesday.
With 25 tackles, 3 sacks and a forced fumble in 16 starts, Curry played his way to a top-10 ranks as a defensive end and top-25 among all edge rushers, according to Pro Football Focus.
Ravens not ruling out re-signing Mike Wallace
Baltimore Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome said that the team has not ruled out re-signing free agent wideout Mike Wallace.
The Ravens have brought on wide receivers John Brown and Michael Crabtree in free agency, but they might still be interested in bringing back Wallace, too. It would almost certainly be on a low-end deal, but Baltimore could use him with Brown's lengthy injury history.
Wallace led the team with 52 catches, 748 yards and 4 touchdowns in 2017.
Colts release defensive tackle Johnathan Hankins
The Indianapolis Colts have released defensive tackle Johnathan Hankins, reports NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.
The Colts just signed Hankins to a three-year, $30 million deal a season ago. He secured the $10 million in guaranteed money, but the Colts will cut $8.5 million as they switch defensive schemes in 2018. Tennessee and Seattle are early landing spots for the 25-year-old.
Hankins tallied 25 tackles, 2 sacks and 3 passes defensed in 15 starts last season. He finished as Pro Football Focus' 20th-ranked defensive lineman.
Free agent Terrelle Pryor visiting Seahawks on Sunday
Free agent wide receiver Terrelle Pryor will visit the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday, reports Ian Rapoport of NFL Network.
Pryor has played the last two seasons with the Browns and Redskins. He broke out in 2016 with Cleveland, but disappointed after signing in free agency with Washington. But the Seahawks, headed by quarterback Russell Wilson, are recruiting him hard. He would provide him with a big wideout to go with the smaller Doug Baldwin and Tyler Lockett, and could help replace the red-zone production of the departed Jimmy Graham.
In 9 games, Pryor turned in just 20 catches, 240 yards and 1 touchdown a season ago.
Cowboys to release cornerback Orlando Scandrick
The Dallas Cowboys will release cornerback Orlando Scandrick, reports Brandon George of the Dallas Morning News.
Cowboys coach Jason Garrett informed Scandrick that the team would be letting him go on Monday. The 31-year-old had requested his release and will become a free agent after spending nine seasons with the franchise. Byron Jones is expected to be converted to corner and is a candidate to take over for the veteran.
This past season, Scandrick ranked outside Pro Football Focus' top-100 corners as he tallied just 32 tackles and 3 passes defensed in 11 games.
Patriots extend veteran safety Patrick Chung
The New England Patriots and strong safety Patrick Chung have agreed to a short-term contract extension, reports Ian Rapoport of NFL Network.
This is Chung's second short-term extension in the past nine months. The details are unknown at this time. Chung was set to make $2 million in the final year of his contract in 2018. In retaining the 30-year-old, the Patriots will have a solid veteran defense on the back end, having acquired Jason McCourty -- also 30 -- earlier this week.
This past season, Chung racked up 67 tackles, 9 passes defensed and 1 interception in 16 games.
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