The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have reportedly added some edge pass-rush talent to go with All-Pro Gerald McCoy along the defensive line.
According to ESPN’s Jenna Laine, Tampa Bay has signed former Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Vinny Curry to a three-year, $27 million contract.
Lotulelei is now the Bills’ highest-paid player. Does anyone believe he’ll provide the most impact for Buffalo in 2018 and beyond It’s going to be difficult for the Bills to get a strong return on their massive investment.
Meanwhile, Alex Okafor decided to return and signed a two-year, $10 million contract, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. Okafor played well opposite Cameron Jordan and tied for second on the team with 4.5 sacks despite missing the final six contests after suffering a season-ending ACL tear. A healthy Okafor makes the Saints’ pass-rush far more potent.
Patrick Robinson’s decision to return to New Orleans after being a Saints’ first-round pick in 2010 came as a surprise. Robinson’s career didn’t take off until he left the organization and finally blossomed into a well-rounded cornerback with the Philadelphia Eagles defense as part of last year’s Super Bowl run. The Saints are already set at outside cornerback with Marshon Lattimore and Ken Crawley. Robinson is expected to serve as the secondary’s nickel corner.
A possible Ndamukong Suh signing may be forthcoming as well.
The Patriots have some top players set for free agency in 2019, a group headlined by receivers Brandin Cooks, defensive end Trey Flowers and starting right guard Shaq Mason.
But behind the scenes, Dowd has?told colleagues?that the probe was poisoned. He has blamed it on?an anti-Trump faction of?law enforcement officials he derisively calls?“the Comey crowd,” which includes McCabe, who was Comey’s deputy when the FBI began investigating Russia’s intrusions and possible links to the Trump campaign.
Democrats on Saturday quickly rushed to protect the Mueller probe, as former national security officials defended McCabe’s character and raised questions about the manner in which he was fired.
Sen. Mark R. Warner (Va.), the ranking Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee, tweeted: “Every member of Congress, Republican and Democrat, needs to speak up in defense of the Special Counsel. Now.”