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Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

A running tracker of the Raiders' moves…March 2 – Raiders sign guard Denzelle Good to a one-year contract extension; March 7 – Raiders apply second-round tenders to running back Jalen Richard and cornerback Daryl Worley and an original round tender to undrafted safety Erik Harris; March 8 - Raiders sign Harris to a two-year contract; March 9 – Raiders agree to acquire receiver Antonio Brown from the Steelers for third- and fifth-round picks in 2019 draft; March 10 – Raiders agree to trade left guard Kelechi Osemele and 2019 sixth-round pick to the Jets for their 2019 fifth-round draft pick; March 10 – Raiders agree to a two-year contract extension with defensive tackle Johnathan Hankins; March 11 – Raiders agree to a four-year contract with offensive tackle Trent Brown, who spent last season with the Patriots; March 11 – Raiders agree to a four-year contract with free safety Lamarcus Joyner, who spent the previous five seasons with the Rams; March 13 - Raiders agree to a deal with receiver Tyrell Williams, who spent the previous four seasons with the Chargers; March 14 - Raiders release receiver Jordy Nelson and quarterback AJ McCarron; March 15 - Raiders sign receiver JJ Nelson, who spent the past four seasons with the Cardinals, and defensive end Josh Mauro, who played with the Giants last season. The Raiders also re-signed exclusive rights free-agent middle linebacker Jason Cabinda and guard Chaz Green; March 16 - Raiders and offensive tackle Donald Penn "mutually" agree to part ways; March 18 - Raiders re-sign receiver/return specialist Dwayne Harris; March 19 - Raiders sign linebacker Vontaze Burfict, who spent the previous seven seasons with the Bengals, to a reported one-year, $5 million contract; March 20 - Raiders re-sign exclusive rights free agent longsnapper Trent Sieg and sign cornerback Nevin Lawson, who spent the past five seasons with the Lions, to a reported one-year contract worth up to $3.05 million.

Brady Henderson ESPN 

Seahawks receiver Doug Baldwin told Sports Radio 950 KJR Wednesday that he has "more surgeries on the way, most likely." Baldwin dealt with injuries to both knees, his elbow, groin, hip and shoulder dating back to last summer. Pete Carroll told reporters at the combine that Baldwin had surgery on his knee and shoulder since the end of the season. The Seahawks' interest in free-agent receiver Jordy Nelson -- whom they had in for a visit Tuesday, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter -- may not be directly tied to Baldwin's health. After all, the Seahawks had interest in Nelson last offseason before he signed with Oakland, and he's a different type of receiver than Baldwin.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

A couple of more contract particulars for Lions free agents: Andrew Adams' 1-year deal is worth $920,000. That includes a $720,000 base salary and $100,000 signing bonus. He also has a $100,000 roster bonus if he's on the 53-man roster for the first game of the season. Cap hit is $920,000. Oday Aboushi's 1-year deal with the Lions has a $1 million base salary with a $250,000 signing bonus. Cap hit is $1.25 million.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets are going light on quarterback insurance this year, a show of faith in Sam Darnold. The one-year contract for new backup Trevor Siemian, who agreed to terms Wednesday, is for only $2 million. A year ago, they went to training camp with Josh McCown ($10M) and Teddy Bridgewater ($6M) before trading Bridgewater. Darnold will miss McCown as a mentor; that can't be overstated. Siemian is a strong-armed passer who has won some games, but he hasn't started many more games than Darnold — 24 to 13. If Siemian fizzles or gets injured in training camp, it wouldn't shock me if McCown returns. Adam Gase's hunch on Siemien had better be right because the Jets can't afford to flush the season if Darnold goes down.

Mike Clay ESPN Writer 

During the past 10 NFL regular seasons, quarterbacks carried the ball at the opponent's 1 yard line 277 times. Of those 277, 197 (or 71.1%) resulted in a touchdown.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Giants re-signed linebacker Nate Stupar. He was a key special teams contributor last year for a unit that was one of the best in the league. Stupar finished tied for second on the Giants with eight special teams tackles.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Contract situation to watch in Pittsburgh: After two productive years, slot corner Mike Hilton plans to wait to sign his exclusive rights tender in efforts for new contract, per source. One of team's best tacklers won't miss offseason work, though. Similar approach to left tackle Al Villanueva, who got a new deal before 2017 training camp after not signing his tender. The rub: Productive players don't love playing on the minimum.

Kevin Seifert NFL Nation 

The Bears re-signed third-string quarterback Tyler Bray to a one-year contract Wednesday. Bray has a long history with Bears coach Matt Nagy, having spent five seasons with him in Kansas City before moving over to Chicago in 2018. No. 2 quarterback Chase Daniel and starter Mitch Trubisky are under contract for 2019 as well.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

The Colts are closing in on a deal to re-sign safety Clayton Geathers, according to a source. Geathers, who recently took visits to Dallas and Tampa, spent his first four seasons with the Colts. He missed 23 games due to injury his four years. Geathers was out 11 months after suffering a scary neck injury that put his career in question when he stopped Tennessee running back DeMarco Murrary on fourth down in a game in 2016. When healthy, Geathers' versatility made him one of the Colts most valuable defensive players because he could double as a safety and as an extra linebacker if necessary. He had a career-high 89 tackles, including 61 solo, last season.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

The Giants have a deep contingent at the Ohio State pro day and had dinner with quarterback Dwayne Haskins last night, source confirmed. Group includes coach Pat Shurmur and senior VP of player personnel Chris Mara among others. Doing due diligence on a top QB prospect.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

With the departure of Clay Matthews, the only remaining Packers from the Super Bowl XVL team are: Aaron Rodgers, Mason Crosby, Tramon Williams and Bryan Bulaga. And not a single coach is left from that staff.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Another farewell from the Packers, this one to Randall Cobb after the No. 6 all-time franchise receiving leader signed with the Cowboys on Tuesday. Said GM Brian Gutekunst via the team website: "For the past eight seasons, Randall was a terrific leader and great player for the Packers. He was part of some very memorable moments and contributed to a lot of great wins. We thank Randall, his wife, Aiyda, and the rest of their family for all they have given to the organization and our community. Randall will always be a member of the Packers family."

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

The Packers say thanks and goodbye to Clay Matthews, their all-time sacks leader who signed with the Rams on Tuesday. Said GM Brian Gutekunst via the team website: "We want to thank Clay for all that he has contributed to the Packers over the past 10 seasons. As the franchise's all-time sack leader and an integral part of Green Bay's Super Bowl XLV championship, he will be remembered as one of the greatest players in the history of the organization. Clay will always be a member of the Packers family. We wish him, his wife, Casey, and the rest of their family all the best moving forward."

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Here is the breakdown of the one-year deal signed by defensive lineman Kerry Hyder with the Cowboys: Signing bonus: $100,000 Base salary: $700,000 ($200,000 guaranteed) 46-man roster bonuses: $200,000 Cap figure: $887,500 Incentives: Six sacks - $125,000 Nine sacks - $250,000 65 percent play-time and playoffs - $250,000 Maximum value: $1.5 million