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The most recent free NFL agency on Wednesday (always EDT):

7:10 p.m.

A person who is familiar with the situation says that Carolina Panthers agreed a one-year contract, $ 6 million for aggressive combat Daryl Williams.

The person spoke to the Associated Press on condition that he would be anonymous on Wednesday as the staff did not announce the signature.

Williams was ranked as one of the best tackles in 2017, starting with 16 matches and being named as the second All-Pro team. However, he lost 15 games last season after his knee re-injury in the season.

This year agreement gives Williams an opportunity to prove that he has a cure and has a long term contract.

Reporting by Steve Reed

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7:05 p.m.

Chicago people agreed a two-year contract with Cordarrelle Patterson, a Pro Bowl reporter twice.

There are 5,276 folding yards at Patterson, 27 years of age, on 176 attempts over six seasons with Minnesota (2013-16), Oakland (2017) and New England (2018). He has made six Nick-pioneering returns to progress since his inception and carried out Pro Bowls in 2013 and 2016. Patterson has 1,872 yards and 682 people.

The bears, Cody Parkey issued as expected after one rough season and were united with contracts to run back Mike Davis (two years), Buster Skrine (three years) and Ted Larsen's linear man (year) .

Parkey made 23 out of 30 field goals during the regular season for the lowest third-rate conversion in the NFL. It was 42 of 45 on extra points. Six of the people he lost, counting the play games, hit the position, including a 43-yard try in the final seconds of wild card loss of bears to Philadelphia at Soldier Field which ricocheted from the crossbar after tipped by Eagle player.

Also Chicago offers exclusive rights to an abusive lineman of Coward Rashaad, linebacker Isaiah Irving and the defense of Roy Robertson-Harris.

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-Report by Andrew Seligman

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6:50 p.m.

Tight end Clive Walford agreed terms of a year contract with the Miami Dolphins.

61 were arrested and scored in the first two of his NFL peace with Oakland in 2015-16 by Walford, a native Florida who was playing for the Miami hurricanes. But he only played in one game last year with the New York Jets.

It joins four other ends on the Miami roster.

– Reporting by Steven Wine

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6:47 p.m.

The Arizona Cardinals have tackled Marcus Gilbert from Pittsburgh for a sixth round 2019 draft pick.

The Cardinals also put a firm end to Jermaine Gresham.

Gilbert, who is 31 years of age, started 87 of his 88 game on the right to fight the last eight season with the Steelers.

Gilbert is expected to start Arizona's offensive online reconstructed next season.

-Report by John Marshall

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6:45 p.m.

Shamar Stephen has returned to the Minnesota Vikings to fill the defensive defense site when Sheldon Richardson left Cleveland.

Stephen agreed that it would affect the Vikings on a three-year contract worth $ 12.45 million, including $ 6 million guaranteed. After being drafted in the seventh round by the Vikings in 2014, primarily as a reserve, Stephen was playing the last season for Seattle. He had 25 engagements, three quarter-quarter goals and two sacks in a largely stopping role.

The Vikings also confirmed that they had an agreement with the liner Anthony Top to stay with the team on a five-year agreement worth $ 67.5 million and $ 33 million guaranteed. The cap-covered Vikings allowed Richardson and running back Latavius ​​Murray to become free agents this week.

– Dave Campbell reports

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6:15 p.m.

Receiver Deone Bucannon and receiver Breshad Perriman have agreed to join Tampa Bay brokers on year dealings.

The Bucs are also signed by Punter Bradley Pinion, who provided Mitch Unrein with a defense release to provide some relief under the salary cap on Wednesday.

Bucannon spent the first five years of his life with Arizona. The decision to participate in the Bucs restarts with former coach Cardinals, Bruce Arians, and Arizona's once-off defense coordinator Todd Bowles.

Perriman had 16 receptions for 340 yards and two sides for Cleveland last season. He agreed to a year contract, $ 4 million with Tampa Bay after the Browns deal with Odell Beckham Jr.

– Reporting by Fred Goodall

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5:40 p.m.

The Oakland Raiders agreed to deal with a free-receiver agent Tyrell Williams.

A person who was familiar with the discussion said that the Raiders were signing the former deep threat to Los Angeles Chargers. The person spoke provided it was anonymous because the signature was not advertised. ESPN initially reported the deal.

Williams is the second major addition of time by the receiver who is already in this season for Oakland. The previous team agreed Antonio Brown to get into trade with Pittsburgh and give him a new three-year contract.

There were 41 arrests by Williams for 643 yards and five of the bridges last season. The average is 16.3 yards per catch for his career, the fifth highest mark among players with at least 100 catches since he joined as a free agent from Western Oregon in 2015.

-Report by Josh Dubow

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5:30 p.m.

The Teddy Bridgewater is meeting with the Miami Dolphins to discuss a possible offer for their hometown team.

A contractual agreement would allow for the departure of Ryan Tannehill, who had anticipated the Dolphins since 2012. t

Bridgewater, Miami's native, was the backup of the last season with the New Orleans Drex Brees quarters, and they hope to sign it again. But a discussion with Dolphins would allow him to start with the new coach Brian Flores rebuilding.

Bridgewater was the first round of the Minnesota Vikings in 2014. He went 17-11 as a beginner in the first two NFL seasons but only started one game because of a serious knee injury in August 2016.

– Reporting by Steven Wine

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5:25 p.m.

The Chicago family agreed a one-year contract with a linear aggressive man Ted Larsen.

Larsen has started a 6-foot-3, 323 pounds and started in 125 games over nine seasons with Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2010-13), Arizona Cardinals (2014-15), Bears (2016) and Miami Dolphins (2017) -18). He made eight starts with a proper guard for Chicago in 2016 and was part of a line that helped Jordan Howard run for 1313 yards as a rookie.

Larsen played in 15 games for the Dolphins last season and made 13 start at left guard.

-Report by Andrew Seligman

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5:20 p.m.

The Los Angeles Chargers have tackled Brandon Mebane's defense contract with a two-year contract.

Mebane will be entering the 13th season in the NFL and fourth with the Chargers. Its 57 people are tackling loss and the highest among the active nose.

Mebane started 12 games this season with 53 tackling, three tackle one loss and one sack. He lost four games to help care for his newborn daughter, who died seven weeks due to heart defective condition.

– Reporting by Joe Reedy

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5 p.

The Patriots have extended qualified offers to curb a free agent receiver Josh Gordon and Jonathan Jones.

They placed second-round tenders on both, meaning that any team who signed them must send a second round of compensation compensation to New England.

In Gordon's case, he keeps alive the possibility that he could come back to New England if he is back from his latest suspension to breach an agreement that allowed him to play after a multi-drug venture.

Gordon returned to the suspended / commissioner list suspended indefinitely in December to break remand terms under the NFL substance misuse policy.

It has been repeatedly suspended by the NFL for breaches of its drug policies since Browns drafted it in 2012. It lost all of the 2015 and 2016 seasons.

Gordon's attitude to New England improved last season, where he arrived in September in trade after Browns felt it was time to cut ties with him. It had 40 receptions for 720 yards and three of the highlights with the Patriots, five years out of the All-Pro season in 2013 and caught 87 catches for 1,646 yards and nine territories.

-A report by Kyle Hightower

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4:45 p.m.

Kansas City Leaders after the safety of Eric Berry have been released, who lost almost every last season with a mysterious heel injury that came early in the training camp.

$ 7.25 million of his guaranteed salary would get Pro Bowl safety five times if he was on Friday's roster.

Berry was one of the Chief Executives in the 2010 draft and was a legitimate star when he was healthy, although he was becoming increasingly rare. He lost most of one season with torn knee ligament and most of others with Achilles torn tendon. He also lost part of a season when undergoing treatment for cancer, which tried not only on Kansas City fans but on the NFL community in general.

The CEOs have already moved on from some old soldiers at a high price, cutting Justin Houston and trading together of Dee Ford to San Francisco. They also agreed a three-year contract with ex-Texans safety, Mathieu Tyrann.

-Report by Dave Skretta.

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4 p.m.

The New Orleans Saints have agreed that Latavius ​​Murray will be on a four-year contract with the free agent.

Murray played the last two seasons with the Minnesota Vikings after four seasons with the Raiders. It was a sixth round draft at Oakland in 2013.

Murray ran for 578 yards with six of the highlights in 16 games, including six starts, for the Vikings in 2018. His 26 finalists ran from 2016 in fourth place in the NFL.

Pick a Bowl with the Raiders in 2015 was the 29 year old Murray, when he ran for 1,066 yards and took 41 passes to 232 yards. He was the only 1,000-yard season.

-A report by Charles Odum.

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3:50 p.m.

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The Miami Dolphins, the first guard of Pro Bowl, released Josh Sitton, determined what was expected as part of the team's youth movement.

Sitton, 32, started with Miami last season and suffered a torn rotator at the end of the season in Week 1. He made the Pro Bowl in 2016 with Chicago Bears.

Sitton release offers $ 5 million with Miami salary cap space.

– Reporting by Steven Wine

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3:40 p.m.

Cornerback Pierre Corner agreed with a three-year deal, $ 25 million to stay with the Indianapolis Colts, said someone who knows the deal with the Associated Press.

The person spoke that it was anonymous because Indy had not yet made an official statement.

Desir started 12 out of 16 games last season and finished with 79 trips, two compulsory cooling and one interception.

The second is backup to resign with an Indy. On Wednesday earlier, the Colts gave back a contract for a year contract to Chris Milton.

Indy is expected to sign the receiver Devin Funchess shortly after the official opening of the free agency. Funchess spent its first four seasons in the league with Carolina.

-Report by Mike Marot

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3:15 p.m.

Perhaps the Browns filled a hole at linebacker, reaching an agreement with the free agent Adarius Taylor on a two-year contract, $ 5 million, said someone who had unfamiliar with The deal with the Associated Press.

Taylor, who spent the last four seasons with Tampa Bay, could move into the front place when Cleveland released Jamie Collins. The person who spoke about an anonymity condition because teams cannot advertise to 4 pm. T

Taylor, 28 years of age, made a high 10-year career and begins to cope with interception and sack. The Taylor-pound 6-foot-1-1 could join the line along with Joe Schobert and Christian Kirksey.

-A report by Tom Withers

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3:10 p.m.

The Atlanta Falcons have released a former right-fighting fight with Ryan Schraeder, who saved the team about $ 3.5 million in cap space. Schraeder's agent, Joel Turner, confirmed the release to The Associated Press.

Schraeder lost his job starting to Sambrailo House at the end of last season. Sambrailo signed a three-year extension last month.

Schraeder's release on Wednesday is part of an aggressive line makeover including garda free agent signs James Carpenter and Jamon Brown.

The Browns also released Matt Bryant kicker, Robert Alford's cornback and Brooks Reed defense end of the offseason.

-A report by Charles Odum

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2:50 p.m.

A combination of the New England Patriots will stay in secondary school secure for other seasons.

A person familiar with the move says Jason McCourty is willing to keep a two-year agreement with the Super Bowl Champions. The person spoke about the condition of anonymity with the Associated Press as teams are not allowed to advertise any movements until later in the day.

The second person known to deal with a particular deal says Eric Rowe will defend a $ 4.5 million one year contract to enter the Miami Dolphins. Rowe appeared in four games with the Patriots last season (two starts) before he was placed on an injured reserve at the end of the season with a groin injury.

For McCourty, who signed a year deal at the Patriots before last season, it means he will continue to play along with his brother and his safety, Devin McCourty. It also helps to maintain continuity in the first secondary of New England, which includes McCourty brothers, safety Patrick Chung and cornerback Stephon Gilmore.

Jason McCourty appeared in all 16 games during the 2018 season, including 12 starting on the left. He completed one interception and 10 were charged.

-A report by Kyle Hightower

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2:30 p.m.

Los Angeles Chargers is signing Tyrod Taylor on a two-year contract to carry out the reserve of Philip Rivers, according to someone who knows the discussion.

The person spoke to the Associated Press on the condition relating to anonymity on Wednesday as the discussion was not formally advertised. The signature was initially reported by NFL Network.

Taylor has started 46 games during his eight year career. He started the first three games of last season for Cleveland before he suffered an injury and a back injury against New York Jets. Taylor was unable to get back his starting job because of the emergence of Baker Mayfield.

Anthony Lynn, charger coach, was Taylor's Buffalo assault coordinator in 2016.

– Reporting by Joe Reedy

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2:20 p.m.

According to a person familiar with the discussion, the Seattle agreed Seahawks to give four-year chicken to Jason Myers.

The person spoke to the Associated Press regarding the condition that they were anonymous as the discussion was not formally advertised.

Myers were in a summer battle with veteran Sebastian Janikowski during a Seattle training camp last year. Janikowski won the job but the best season was at Myers after being signed by New York Jets.

Myers had 33 of 36's efforts on the field goal in New York last year.

– Reporting by Tim Booth

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2 p.

Garda A.J. Cann agreed with terms of a three-year contract with the Jaguars Jacksonville hours before he became a free agent.

Cann is expected to sign the new discussion later on Wednesday or Thursday. NFL Network reported that it is worth $ 15 million.

A draft third-round pick from South Carolina in 2015, Cann 59 started of 64 games over four seasons for the Jaguars. It should provide some continuity and stability ahead of Nick Foles' fourth new reserve, which is expected to formally agree a four-year contract, $ 88 million to the Jags when a free agency opens officially.

Cann, who tackled Cam Robinson, left the remote guard Andrew Norwell and the center Brandon Linder returning his boot to a team he or she intends to be first and foremost.

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1:20 p.m.

The Baltimore people finally made their move during the NFL's free agent frenzy this week.

A person who knows the story says the animals have signed Mark Ingram and the safety of Earl Thomas.

Ingram played eight years with New Orleans Saints and Thomas after nine years of running with Seattle.

The person spoke of the fact that it was anonymous because the NFL's new year does not start to 4 until p.m. on Wednesday.

The Ingram scored 29 years of age 50 pioneering with the Saints and he upgraded Baltimore's backyard that last year was counting heavily on Rookie Gus Edwards.

It is expected that Thomas will take center of free safety Eric Weddle, who was released last week and signed with these Rams.

Baltimore lost online programmers C.J. Mosley, Terrell Suggs and Za Darius Smith with a free agency, which violates No defense. 1 of the NFL in 2018.

– Reporting by David Ginsburg

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12:20 p.m.

The Washington Redskins are making a salary-cap room by releasing the line-restore Zach Brown and the Stacy McGee defense line.

A person who is familiar with the decision says that the staff informed Brown that he was being released. The second person says that McGee was informed that he was being released. The people spoke to the Associated Press on condition that they would be anonymous on Wednesday because the team did not announce the movements.

Brown and McGee cut more than $ 8 million of salary-cap space.

Brown, 29, had two seasons left on a $ 21 million three-year contract that he signed with Washington last spring. But he said in December that he had seen "writing on the wall" about his future, and the Brown Redskins after being able to trade.

A border injury with McGee, 29, added eight games last season.

– Reporting by Stephen Whyno

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12:20 p.m.

These Tennessee Titans are keeping another of their free agents pending from the market.

The Titans announced that they agreed with Kevin Pamphile, an aggressive line man, to make a year contract.

Pamphile started working with the Titans in 2018 and began to fight Week 2 against Houston and fight Week 3 for Jacksonville before seasonal injury. He has started 35 games in his life and begins to take a left guard, engaging him, tackling the right and three games at the end of the five seasons in the NFL.

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12:10 p.m.

Linebacker Preston Brown received a three-year extension from the Bengals, who signed it last year from Buffalo.

He was durable during his time with the Bills, but he hurt his right ankle in the open season with Cincinnati and he lost the other two games. Brown returned and he played in six more before knee injury ended his season.

Two of their agents are free to re-sign the Europes: Brown and right tack Bobby Hart.

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11:30 a.m.

New Orleans Saints have agreed to make a new five-year contract with Wil Lutz.

Lutz made 28 of 30 target fields and 52 of 53 additional points in 2018, its third year with the Saints.

Lutz's 93.3 per cent target accuracy was fifth in the NFL last season. He made 26 consecutive attempts in a club. His streak of 36 consecutive games ended with a field goal, the second longest string in NFL history, when he had no effort in the regular season final game.

Lutz ranked third in the series with 64 uncomfortable kick.

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11:15 a.m.

A person who is familiar with the decision of The Associated Press tells that the Atlanta Falcons agreed with guards James Carpenter and Jamon Brown.

Carpenter is worth $ 21 million deal four years. Brown is worth $ 18.75 million three years deal.

The person spoke of the condition of anonymity on Wednesday morning as the signs will not be official until the NFL's new year begins at 4pm. WTO.

On Tuesday, Matt Ryan, fourth quarter, agreed to restructure his contract to clear a salaries cap room. With $ 8.75 million of its 2019 basic salary to be paid as a signed bonus, the team netted $ 7 million in cap space, more than double the funds available to the agency free of charge and to the NFL draft.

The Browns' most acute need was Garda. Carpenter and Brown can move into front positions at left guard and guard right, respectively. The Falcons lost Andy Levitre, Ben Garland and Zane Beadles to a free agency.

The Rams issued the Brown, which is his 26th birthday on Friday, last season before he signed with the Giants, where he was starting immediately. A carier was limited by a shoulder injury for 10 games with the Jets last season.

-A report by Charles Odum

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11:05 a.m.

With a "legal interference" period of the NFL ended 4 p.m. Wednesday, the flurry agreements will have reached the last two official days.

This includes megatrades containing star receivers Antonio Brown and Odell Beckham Jr., and free agents signals have become a very rich man.

As well as the terrible words that will emerge as the dollar going to the players, here fans will hear when things get official:

-Oakland after Brown get from Pittsburgh to draft a third and fifth round.

-Caveland receives Beckham from the New York Giants for draft points and safety first and second round Jabrill Peppers. The Browns also receive the outsider Olivier Vernon from New York for guard Kevin Zeitler.

– Back west, Veon Bell, who sat out in the last season in a contract dispute with the Steelers, is entering New York Jets. Also pioneer is C.J. Mosley and Jamison Crowder and Josh Bellamy receivers are proceeding to the Jets.

-2018 Nick Foles, fourth quarter of Super Bowl, leaves Philadelphia for Jacksonville.

-The Raiders also put Trent Brown on the left, leaving the Patriots Super Bowl champion, and safety Lamarcus Joyner.

Landon Collins Safety remains within the NFC East, moving from the Giants to the Redskins.

-Green Bay, not a major player usually in a free agency, who violates the performer, Za Darius Smith, the liner Preston Smith, safety Adrian Amos and the insulting linear man Billy Turner.

-Easy company receives Cameron's Wake rusher, late of Miami, and Saffold's Rodger guard, who leaves these Rams.

-The Texans strengthen their secondary to the safety of Tashaun Gipson.

– Back-line Pro Bowl leaves seven years Baltimore's Sugrell Terrell for Arizona.

-We DeSean Jackson returns to Philadelphia, leaving Tampa Bay.

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10:25 a.m.

A person familiar with the agreement says that Demetrius Harris, Cleveland Browns and the agent have agreed a two year contract free of charge.

Harris, who supported Pro Bowler Travis Kelce in Kansas City, will be rostered when the agency's signature period begins at 4 p.m. On Wednesday, the person who spoke on condition related to anonymity told the Associated Press because teams are not allowed to announce any movements until later.

In Cleveland, Harris, he will be reunited with the general manager of Browns John Dorsey, who signed it in 2013 with the Chief Executives.

Harris, 27, did not play football in college and started his career on the squad of practice.

Harris has 57 career occupations for 605 yards in four seasons. It had 13 receptions for 164 playgrounds and three terminals last season.

The Browns were open at a tight end after Darren Fells was released Monday.

-A report by Tom Withers

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