Broncos Jerseys sign veteran running back Melvin Gordon to one-year deal

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US time on Tuesday night, veteran running back Melvin Gordon (Melvin Gordon III) signed a one-year contract with the Broncos to continue playing for Denver.

Gordon is also the third free agent in recent weeks to re-sign with the Broncos to a short one-year deal, following safety Kareem Jackson and defensive tackle Deshaun Williams. DeShawn Williams). Continue reading Broncos Jerseys sign veteran running back Melvin Gordon to one-year deal

Panthers offensive coordinator says Darnold will be starting jerseys cheap

Panthers offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo said in an interview Tuesday that Sam Darnold will be the starting quarterback next season.

McAdoo later added that coach Matt Rhule has the final say, but the way the team works right now is premised on starting Darnold. Continue reading Panthers offensive coordinator says Darnold will be starting jerseys cheap

Cardinals sign wide receiver A.J. Green to one-year deal

The Cardinals signed veteran wide receiver A.J. Green to a one-year deal, NFL Network reporters reported Thursday. Green had 54 catches for the Cardinals last season for 848 yards and three touchdowns.

Green was only the No. 2 wide receiver for the Cardinals because of DeAndre Hopkins, but he quickly showed his value. With the departure of Christian Kirk, the Cardinals need to ensure they retain a solid wide receiver, and Green fits the bill and is already familiar with the Cardinals’ offense.

In addition to Hopkins and Green, the Cardinals’ wide receiver lineup also includes Rondale Moore and Antoine Wesley. However, who is passing the ball for them is somewhat uncertain. According to NFL Network reporters, Kyler Murray will not play for the Cardinals until he is awarded a new contract.

Green first played for the Bengals and played in 127 games, contributing 649 catches for Cincinnati for 9,430 yards and 65 touchdowns. He joined the Cardinals in the 2021 offseason on a one-year, $6 million contract.

Ravens sign defensive end Carles Campbell to 2-year deal

The Ravens announced on Saturday that they have signed defensive end Calais Campbell to a two-year deal.

According to NFL Network reporters, the total salary is $12.5 million, including an additional $4 million in incentive bonus provisions.

This will also be the 15th year in the league for the 35-year-old Campbell, who briefly considered retiring but saw the Rams win a title that reignited the fight. Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson and safety Tony Jefferson II welcomed Campbell on Twitter.

Campbell has been selected to the Pro Bowl six times, and the rushing pass was once his proud propaganda word. Over the past two years, though, Campbell has focused more on running defense, but still managed 4.5 sacks in that span. So far in his career, Campbell has completed 773 tackles and 93.5 sacks.