Bills' QB Anderson Announces Retirement


Published on May 10 2019 6:18 am
Last Updated on May 10 2019 6:18 am


Buffalo Bills quarterback Derek Anderson has announced his retirement after 14 seasons. Anderson started two games in place of an injured Josh Allen last season and was projected to be Buffalo's third-string quarterback this year.


Cardinals Sign Kyler Murray


The Arizona Cardinals have signed top draft pick Kyler Murray in time for their rookie minicamp. The four-year deal is worth about $35 million and includes a team option for a fifth year and a signing bonus of more than $23 million.

Patriots, Watson Agree To Deal

The New England Patriots and free agent tight end Ben Watson have agreed on a one-year, $3 million deal. Watson had announced his retirement and the Patriots hope he can fill the hole left by Rob Gronkowski’s retirement.

Seahawks Release Baldwin, Chancellor

The Seattle Seahawks have released veteran wide receiver Doug Baldwin and safety Kam Chancellor after they failed physicals. Baldwin was part of Seattle's two consecutive NFC championship teams, while Chancellor didn’t play last season due to a neck injury.

Jaguars' Smith Won't Play in 2019

Jacksonville Jaguars linebacker Telvin Smith has announced that he won’t play football in 2019, saying he needs to take time off for his family and his health. Smith left open the possibility of a return in 2020, although it may not be with the Jaguars as they got the news via Smith’s social media post.

Dolphins, Howard Agree To Terms

The Miami Dolphins and cornerback Xavien Howard have agreed to terms on a $76.5 million, five-year contract extension.
The contract includes $46 million guaranteed, and makes Howard the highest paid cornerback in the league.

Jaguars Release Quarterback

The Jacksonville Jaguars have released quarterback Cody Kessler. The move clears the way for rookie Gardner Minshew to become Nick Foles' backup.