- The Colts signed DE/OLB Jabaal Sheard to a three-year, $25.5 million contract with $12.75 million guaranteed. He’ll make a base salary of $2.5 million (2017), $7 million (2018) and $7.5 million (2018) with a $7 million roster bonus and $31,250 in per-game active roster bonuses. (Aaron Wilson)
- The Rams signed WR Robert Woods to a five-year, $34 million with $15 million guaranteed. He’ll make base salaries $3 million (2017), $5 million (2018), $4.5 million (2019), $5.5 million (2020), and $7.5 million (2021). He has roster bonuses of $4 million roster bonus on March 17, $3 million in 2018, and a fifth-year roster bonus. He’ll also get $31,250 in per-game active roster bonuses from 2019-2021. (Aaron Wilson)
- The 49ers signed QB Matt Barkley to a two-year, $4 million contract that included a $500,000 signing bonus. He’ll make base salaries of $1.4 million and $1.5 million to go along with $15,625 per-game active roster bonuses and a $50,000 annual workout bonus. (Aaron Wilson)
- The Falcons signed WR Andre Roberts to a one-year, $1.8 million contract that included a $500,000 signing bonus. He receives a $1.3 million salary, $250,000 fully guaranteed, $500,000 in incentives and $750,000 in total guarantees. (Aaron Wilson)
- The Colts signed RB Robert Turbin to a two-year, $2.7 million contract that includes base salaries of $800,000 (2017) and $1 million. He receives a $300,000 roster bonus on March 16 and has $18,750 in per-game active bonuses to go along with $700,000 in incentives. (Aaron Wilson)
- New Broncos DT Domata Peko mentioned that he had interest from the Eagles, 49ers, Bengals and Vikings before signing with Denver. (Nicki Jhabvala)
- Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk wonders if the Broncos could show interest in QB Brock Osweiler if/when he’s released by the Browns.
- Florio points out that Denver offered Osweiler $16 million per year as part of a three-year deal just a year ago.
- One issue with this move outside of the fact that they may feel Trevor Siemian and Paxton Lynch are better options is that the Broncos now have a new coaching staff in place, so it wouldn’t be him returning to the same offense he played in a few years ago.
Rich Cimini of ESPN ranks the available quarterback options for the Jets to consider in the coming weeks from 1-10.
Cimini’s list consists of:
- Jay Cutler
- Chase Daniel
- Josh McCown
- Trevor Siemian
- Brock Osweiler
- A.J. McCarron
- Robert Griffin III
- Colin Kaepernick
- Geno Smith
- Mark Sanchez