NFL Transactions for March 21st, 2018

NFL Transactions for March 21st, 2018

Atlanta Falcons

  • Falcons meeting with LB Pernell McPhee
  • Falcons signed TE Logan Paulsen

Baltimore Ravens
  • Ravens are hosting Saints RFA WR Willie Snead
  • Ravens hosted WR Cameron Meredith

Buffalo Bills

  • Bills OL Richie Incognito agrees to take a pay cut to stay with the Bills

Dallas Cowboys

  • Cowboys are meeting at WR Deonte Thompson
  • Cowboys signed LB Joe Thomas

Denver Broncos

  • Broncos signed LS Christian Kuntz and P Taylor Bertolet
  • Broncos signed DT Clinton McDonald

Detroit Lions

  • Lions signed TE Luke Wilson to a one year deal
  • Lions are hosting DT Jonathan Hankins and Alan Branch for a visit
  • Lions are trying to sign DT Ricky Jean Francois
  • Lions are signing DT Sylvester Williams

Houston Texans

  • Texans cut WR Cobi Hamilton and DT Chunky Clements

Indianapolis Colts

  • Colts re-signed OL Jack Mewhort
  • Colts hosted WR Dontrelle Inman
  • Colts signed RB Christine Micheal

Jacksonville Jaguars

  • Jaguars picked up 6M cap room by reworking LB Telvin Smith’s contract

Kansas City Chiefs

  • Chiefs are working to sign TE Benjamin Watson

Miami Dolphins

  • Dolphins are hosting LB Emmanuel Lamur
  • Dolphins tendered DB Jordan Lucas

Minnesota Vikings

  • Vikings released LB Shaan Washington
  • Vikings signed TE Josiah Price
  • Vikings signed LS Nick Cooley

Oakland Raiders

  • Raiders restructured the contract of RB Marshawn Lynch
  • Raiders signed LB Emmanuel Lamur

Seattle Seahawks

  • Seahawks hosted DT Shamar Stephen on a visit

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