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Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Contract details for OT Matt Tobin: 1 year, $815,000. The deal doesn't include a signing bonus. Tobin gets a base salary of $790,000, and can earn an additional $25,000 in a workout bonus. His salary-cap charge is $655,000. There is also a split salary of $458,000 in the event of injury.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

The Steelers and LB Arthur Moats have left the door open for a potential return later in free agency, but he'll continue to test the market. Atlanta, which is looking for pass rush help, has expressed interest.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Thought initially that Michael Brockers would potentially be flanked by Aaron Donald and Ndamukong Suh in this scenario. But the more likely fit, I'm told, is Donald at 3-tech, Suh at nose and Brockers at 5-tech. So, Donald and Brockers stay where they were last year.

Brady Henderson ESPN 

The Seahawks have had free-agent visits with defensive tackle Bennie Logan and cornerback Dontae Johnson, according to ESPN's Field Yates. Those are Seattle's biggest roles holes one week into free agency. Logan, 28, has played for the Eagles and Chiefs during his five NFL seasons while Johnson, 26, spent his first four seasons with the 49ers. Both have starting experience -- 63 games for Logan and 22 for Johnson, 16 of which came last season.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

I'm told the Rams broached the possibility of adding Ndamukong Suh with Aaron Donald. Yes, he's good with it. That may change if they wound up paying Suh top dollar, but they won't. Rams talked football with Suh at their facility earlier today and will dine with him tonight.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Continuing to explore the second tier of free-agent receivers, the Jets are showing interest in former Jaguar Allen Hurns, ESPN's Josina Anderson reported. A visit was scheduled for Wednesday, but it was postponed due to expected snow in the New York area. Several teams are showing interest in Hurns, 26, who was released after a second straight disappointing season — 39 catches, 484 yards and two touchdowns. The Jets have conducted visits with Terrelle Pryor and Charles Johnson

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

The Buffalo Bills issued statement Tuesday evening after TMZ posted a video of wide receiver Zay Jones: "We are aware of the incident involving Zay Jones. We are still in the process of gathering more information on the matter. At this point, we will have no further comment."

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Beer is more than just a beverage, Cardinals tackle Jared Veldheer said. It's a way for people to unite.


Brady Henderson ESPN 

During his introductory press conference with the 49ers, Richard Sherman said again that the Seahawks didn't ask him to take a pay-cut before releasing him. Sherman was set to make $11 million in non-guaranteed base salary in 2017, which was the final year of his deal with Seattle.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Pat Tillman's influence on Jon Buford, one of the founders of Arizona Wilderness Brewing, goes beyond the collaboration between his brewery, a handful of Cardinals offensive linemen and the Pat Tillman Foundation. Tillman's impact can be felt in Buford's beer and his beer-making process.


Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

How does Jon Buford, one of the founders of Arizona Wilderness Brewing, feel about putting 42 different hops into the O-Line Triple IPA, a collaboration between his brewery and offensive linemen from the Arizona Cardinals? He thinks it's just as outrageous as anyone.


Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Working with the Pat Tillman Foundation has been rewarding in a variety of ways, former Cardinals offensive lineman Earl Watford said Tuesday after collaborating with Arizona Wilderness Brewing in the O-Line Triple IPA, proceeds from which will benefit the foundation.


Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Former Cardinals offensive lineman and current free agent Earl Watford has never had a beer with 42 varieties of hops before...but he will when the O-Line Triple IPA, a collaboration beer by Arizona Wilderness Brewing and a handful of Cardinals current and former offensive linemen to benefit the Pat Tillman Foundation is poured on April 21.