NFL news roundup: Latest league updates from Tuesday, March 7
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(NOTE: Commands are listed in alphabetical order.)
- OLB Lorenzo Carter is signing a two-year contract, NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport said Tuesday.
- QB Lamar Jackson received the franchise’s non-exclusive designation on Tuesday, NFL network insider Ian Rapoport said, according to a source.
- Dennard Wilson was named the Ravens’ new defense coach. Wilson spent his last two seasons in Philadelphia under the same title.
- DT Ben Stille (exclusive rights tender)
- C. B. Thomas Graham Jr. (tender for exclusive rights)
- WR Lil’Jordan Humphrey
- Gus Bradley remains the Colts’ defense coordinator, and Notre Dame’s Brian Mason has been hired as the team’s new special teams coordinator on Shane Steichen’s staff.
- QB E. J. Perry
Kansas City Chiefs
2022 · 14-3-0
- The release of DE Frank Clark was announced by the Chiefs on Tuesday.
Los Angeles Rams
- K Matt Gaye will not receive a franchise or transition tag and is set to enter the free agent market, NFL Network insider Mike Garafolo said Tuesday, according to a source.
2022 · 9-8-0
- DB Elijah Campbell (tender for exclusive rights)
- TE Setan Carter
New England Patriots
- CB Jonathan Jones will not be franchised and is looking to enter the free agent market, NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport said Tuesday, according to a source.
New Orleans Saints
- DB Hugo Amadi
New York Giants
2022 · 9-7-1
- QB Daniel Jones and the Giants have agreed terms on a four-year, $160 million deal, NFL Network insiders Ian Rapoport and Mike Garafolo said Tuesday, according to people briefed on the deal. The deal includes $35 million in additional incentives, Rapoport said.
- RB Saquon Barkley is getting a non-exclusive franchise tag, and quarterback Daniel Jones is reaching a long-term extension deal, NFL Network insider Mike Garafolo revealed Tuesday. Barkley will remain with the Giants for at least one more season and should earn $10.091 million in 2023.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
- According to NFL Network insider Tom Pelissero, Lieutenant Donovan Smith is being released to save money.