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CBS Sports : declared in When considering potential big losers in NFL free agency, these deals stand out

as informed in The Vikings badly needed to upgrade their offensive line and were quick to move off of him — that should tell you something.
“They’re paying him like he’s going to be a Pro Bowl left tackle, but he was playing right tackle in Detroit.
“He’s a guy who can play tackle, but I’m not sure he’s more than that,” the cap guy said.
Riley Reiff’s guarantees are top-of-the-market in this free agent class and he got $11 million to sign.
“I don’t like that contract, but it’s not the only one,” said one NFL cap guy.

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NFL free agency 2017: New deal for JPP, Geno Smith to Giants

The 2017 NFL league year is off to a wild start!
What will the Eagles do next after back-up quarterback turmoil (Nick Foles in, Chase Daniel out) and questions on Malcolm Jenkins’ future in Philadelphia?
Just when you thought the NFL news would slow down, big names and rumors arrived.
NJ Advance Media has reporters following the Eagles, Giants and Jets–along with the rest of the NFL.
Is a veteran quarterback (like Josh McCown) slated to wear green in 2017 or will the team really go with youngsters?

Houston Texans get off to quiet start in first week of NFL free agency

referring to (1:53)A breakdown of the first week of free agency for the Houston Texans:Most significant signing: There aren’t many options to choose from, as the Texans have signed only three players so far in free agency — and they were all re-signings.
Overall grade: C. The Texans have signed only three players in the first week of free agency, all of whom were players on their roster last season.
Leslie Plaza Johnson/Icon SportswirePlayer they should have signed: The Texans lost three starters on defense in free agency, including outside linebacker John Simon.
The Texans have only two quarterbacks on the roster — Tom Savage and Brandon Weeden — after trading Brock Osweiler to the Cleveland Browns at the beginning of free agency.
The Texans also let safety Quintin Demps go in free agency, but because this is a defensive-back-heavy draft, the team will likely have more options in replacing Demps than Simon.

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