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NFL Notes: Todd Gurley, Draft, Contracts, Ravens

Todd Gurley

  • Georgia RB Todd Gurley says that he remains on his schedule in his return from a torn ACL and has begun running, back-pedaling, and jumping. (Alex Marvez)
  • According to Gurley, he’ll end up meeting with 11 to 12 teams in the coming weeks and has a medical recheck on his knee set for April 17. (Alex Marvez)

Draft

  • LSU DE/OLB Danielle Hunter mentioned that he has pre-draft visits scheduled with the Panthers, Cowboys, Eagles, Browns and Titans. (Alex Marvez)

Contracts

  • The Raiders signed DE C.J. Wilson to a one-year, $2.3 million contract that includes $2.05 million fully guaranteed. (Adam Caplan)
  • The Seahawks signed DL Demarcus Dobbs to a one-year deal worth $825,000. The contract includes an $80,000 signing bonus to go along with a $745,000 salary. (Aaron Wilson)
  • The Redskins signed RB Michael Hill to a two-year, $1.1 million contract that includes base salaries of $510,000 and $600,000. (Aaron Wilson)
  • The Packers signed DB Kyle Sebetic to a two-year contract worth $960,000, which includes base salaries of $435,000 and $525,000. (Aaron Wilson)
  • The Cardinals signed TE Ifeanyi Momah to a one-year contract worth $435,000 that includes an injury waiver. (Aaron Wilson)
  • The Vikings signed signed S Taylor Mays to a one-year deal worth $795,000. (Aaron Wilson)
  • The Vikings signed signed LB Casey Matthews to a one-year deal worth $825,000. (Aaron Wilson)

Ravens

  • Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti says they would like to extend the contracts of CB Jimmy Smith, K Justin Tucker, and G Marshal Yanda. (Aaron Wilson)
  • Bisciotti listed cornerback, tight end, wide receiver, safety, and a pass rusher as the team’s roster needs. (Aaron Wilson)
  • Bisciotti can’t see them signing any more than one player in free agency. (Aaron Wilson)
  • Interestingly enough, Bisciotti didn’t rule out the possibility that DT Haloti Ngata could return to the Ravens as a free agent in 2016. (Aaron Wilson)