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NFL free-agency tracker: Latest signings, trades, cuts and news
We're keeping track of every notable signing, trade and cut throughout the month, with analysis from our experts.
Bucs sign veteran free-agent safety Stewart
Veteran free-agent safety Darian Stewart, who is entering his 10th NFL season and spent the past four seasons with the Broncos, has signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Eagles add free agent Cyprien to safety corps
Safety Johnathan Cyprien, who was released by the Titans in March, has signed with the Eagles, a source told ESPN. He had 38 tackles and a sack in his only season with Tennessee.
Source: Free agent Ajayi cleared after ACL tear
Free-agent RB Jay Ajayi, who was put on injured reserve by the Eagles after suffering a torn ACL in Week 5 last season, has been cleared for action, a source told ESPN.
Redskins release leading tackler Mason Foster
Linebacker Mason Foster, who led the Redskins in tackles last season, was cut by the team on Tuesday.
Ex-Chiefs DE Bailey reaches deal with Falcons
Former Chiefs defensive end Allen Bailey is signing a two-year, $10.5 million deal with the Falcons.
Source: Jets agree on Griffin deal, add TE depth
Ryan Griffin has agreed to a deal with the Jets, who are in the market for a tight end with Chris Herndon set to serve a four-game suspension at the start of the season.
Eagles agree to terms to re-sign RB Sproles
The Eagles have agreed to re-sign 36-year-old running back Darren Sproles, who has been with the team since 2014.
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