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Mike Sando ESPN Senior Writer 

Deshaun Watson is in the spotlight today for Gruden's QB Camp.

Neeta Sreekanth ESPN 

Deshaun Watson visits Gruden's QB Camp.

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Source: Saints OT Terron Armstead had a $5M roster bonus converted to a signing bonus, creating $4M in cap space in 2017 for the team.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Up-to-date Raiders free agency recap...after TE Mychal Rivera left for the Jaguars on Wednesday. Arrivals: OL Marshall Newhouse (Giants), WR/KR Cordarrelle Patterson (Vikings), TE Jared Cook (Packers), QB EJ Manuel (Bills), LB Jelani Jenkins (Dolphins) Departures: CB DJ Hayden (Lions), OT Menelik Watson (Broncos), S Nate Allen (Dolphins), DT Stacey McGee (Washington), LB Malcolm Smith (49ers), LB Darren Bates (Titans), safety Brynden Trawick (Titans), RB Latavius Murray (Vikings), WR Andre Holmes (Bills), TE Mychal Rivera (Jaguars) Raiders UFA re-signed: LS Jon Condo Raiders UFAs still unsigned: LB Perry Riley, Jr., QB Matt McGloin Raiders linked to: RB Marshawn Lynch (retired/Seahawks), RB Adrian Peterson (Vikings), LB Zach Brown (Bills)

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

New Rams RB Lance Dunbar said Sean McVay "had me going" when they sat down to talk about his role on the team. "He had me ready to play. ... They just looked at me the same way I looked at myself." Dunbar, who brings speed and an ability to catch passes out of the backfield, will probably be used similarly to the way Chris Thompson was used with the Redskins. He thinks he can complement Todd Gurley. "We have two different styles," Dunbar said. "If you mix my style with his style, it brings a lot to the table."

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Conor Barwin said his free agency pretty much came down to the Rams and Bengals. "Ultimately," he said, "I thought it was the better opportunity for me to be in LA, be in a defense I had success with." Re-joining defensive coordinator Wade Phillips certainly factored into that. Barwin struggled when the Eagles went to a 4-3 last year, but said the tough part was moving to the right side of the field; not necessarily acting as a down lineman. With the Rams, he'll stay on the left side and act as a Sam linebacker. On nickel packages -- which are implemented most of the time in today's NFL -- he'll be a left defensive end (Robert Quinn will remain on the right). "I'll bring a lot of versatility," Barwin said.