Defensive end Emmanuel Ogbah and the Miami Dolphins agreed to terms on a four-year, $65 million contract, multiple media outlets reported on Monday.
The deal includes $32 million fully guaranteed.
Ogbah, 28, recorded 41 tackles, 9.0 sacks, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery in 17 games (11 starts) last season. He collected 237 tackles, 36.0 sacks, seven forced fumbles and four fumble recoveries in 83 career games (67 starts) with the Browns, Kansas City Chiefs and Dolphins. He was selected by Cleveland in the second round of the 2016 NFL Draft.
Miami also agreed to a one-year deal with journeyman quarterback Teddy Bridgewater, who would become the backup to Tua Tagovailoa with the Dolphins.
Bridgewater, 29, went 7-7 as the starter for the Broncos last season with 18 touchdown passes and seven interceptions.
The Dolphins also intend to sign free agent wide receiver Cedrick Wilson to a three-year, $22.8 million contract, ESPN reported.
The deal includes $12.75 million guaranteed, per the report.
Wilson, 26, caught 45 passes for 602 yards and six touchdowns with the Dallas Cowboys in 2021. He has eight career TDs for the Cowboys since the selected him in the sixth round of the 2018 draft.
–Running back James Conner is staying with the Arizona Cardinals on a new three-year contract worth a reported $21 million.
As the free agency negotiating window with other teams was opening, Conner and the Cardinals agreed to a contract extension.
The two sides met at the NFL Scouting Combine and head coach Kliff Kingsbury pointed to the TD machine coming back in 2022.
Conner was on a one-year deal last season and the 26-year-old was named to the Pro Bowl with 18 total touchdowns in the regular season (15 rushing).
Free agent Chase Edmonds won’t be back to share the load with Conner and is joining the Miami Dolphins, per reports.
Multiple reports Monday pointed to Miami and Edmonds agreeing to a two-year, $12.6 million deal that includes $6.1 million guaranteed.
The Cardinals also re-signed backup quarterback Colt McCoy to a two-year contract. ESPN reported the deal is worth $7.5 million, with $6 million guaranteed.
–Offensive guard Alex Cappa agreed to a four-year, $40 million contract with the Cincinnati Bengals.
Cappa is an unrestricted free agent who spent the first four years of his career with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The contract is pending a physical and is not able to be confirmed until the NFL league year begins on Wednesday.
Cappa, 26, was a third-round pick in 2018 and started 46 of 52 games in which he played.
–The Jacksonville Jaguars plan to sign five-time Pro Bowl offensive guard Brandon Scherff and Arizona Cardinals free agent wide receiver Christian Kirk, multiple media outlets reported.
Jacksonville also agreed to deals with linebacker Foye Oluokun and defensive tackle Foley Fatukasi.
Oluokun was a priority to bring back for the Atlanta Falcons, but the Jaguars are armed with plentiful spending money under the salary cap — a luxury the Falcons don’t have.
Oluokun reportedly agreed to a three-year, $45 million deal and Fatukasi received $20 million guaranteed on a three-year, $30 million pact.
Scherff, who was an All-Pro in 2020, spent his first seven seasons with the Washington franchise.
Kirk recorded 77 catches for 982 yards and five touchdowns with the Cardinals last season.
Scherff has started all 89 games in which he has played since being selected by Washington with the fifth overall pick of the 2015 NFL Draft.
–Atlanta Falcons left tackle Jake Matthews agreed to terms on a three-year contract extension, multiple media outlets reported.
The extension includes $52.5 million in Matthews’ first three years and clears some immediate cap space for the Falcons.
A Pro Bowl selection in 2018, the 30-year-old Matthews has started all 128 games in which he has played since being drafted by Atlanta.
–Pass rusher Haason Reddick agreed to a three-year, $45 million contract with the Philadelphia Eagles.
Reddick, who played at Temple, spent last season with the Carolina Panthers and recorded 11 sacks with six forced fumbles.
The 27-year-old was the 13th overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft and played with the Arizona Cardinals each of his first four seasons. Despite playing in every game, Reddick had only 7.5 sacks through three seasons before he notched 12.5 sacks in 2020.
He signed a one-year, $6 million deal with the Panthers in free agency last spring.
The Eagles had just 29 total sacks last season and no player tallied more than 7.5.
–Offensive tackle Joseph Noteboom and the Rams agreed to a three-year deal worth $40 million, keeping the versatile blocker in the mix while left tackle Andrew Whitworth weighs retirement.
Noteboom, 26, plays right tackle but moved to the left side when Whitworth was injured, bringing some flexibility to the Rams’ offseason plans.
Whitworth said before the Rams won the Super Bowl he would likely retire, but in recent weeks informed the team he hasn’t made a final decision.
Noteboom’s contract includes $25 million guaranteed and can increase to a $47.5 million deal with incentives, per NFL Network.
The Rams also retained center Brian Allen, inking him to a three-year, $24 million deal per ESPN. Allen started 16 games at center along with all four playoff games for the Super Bowl champions in 2021.
–The Chicago Bears will sign defensive tackle Larry Ogunjobi to a three-year, $40.5 million contract, NFL Network reported.
Ogunjobi, 27, recorded a career-high seven sacks to go along with 49 tackles in 16 games last season.
He has 229 tackles and 21.5 sacks in 76 career games (63 starts) with the Cleveland Browns and Bengals. He was selected by the Browns in the third round of the 2017 NFL Draft.
–The Cincinnati Bengals reached a three-year, $30 million extension with defensive tackle B.J. Hill, NFL Network and ESPN reported.
Hill will earn $15 million in Year 1 of the deal, per the reports.
Hill, 26, played in 16 games (two starts) in 2021 after the Bengals acquired him in an August trade for Billy Price.
Hill has 166 tackles, 13 sacks and 25 quarterback hits in 64 career games (19 starts) with the Giants and Bengals. The Giants selected Hill in the third round of the 2018 draft.
–The New York Jets are adding free agent guard Laken Tomlinson on a three-year, $41.2 million deal, ESPN and NFL Network reported.
Tomlinson, 30, earned his first Pro Bowl appearance this past season with the San Francisco 49ers. He started all 80 games in his five-year tenure in San Francisco.
Tomlinson played his first two seasons in Detroit, starting 24 of 32 games. The Lions selected Tomlinson No. 28 overall in the 2015 draft.
The Jets also re-signed wide receiver Braxton Berrios, reportedly for $12 million over two seasons.
–Center Mitch Morse signed a two-year, $19.5 million contract extension with the Buffalo Bills.
Morse played at a reduced salary in 2021 but agreed to a new deal that includes a signing bonus of $7.5 million, equating to a reduction of his cap hit to $9 million in 2022, per NFL Network.
Buffalo was reportedly in agreement Monday with 33-year-old Rodger Saffold, who has played guard and tackle in 160 NFL games, including 15 starts with the Titans last season.
The Bills also re-signed slot receiver Isaiah McKenzie to a two-year, $4.4 million deal, according to multiple reports.
McKenzie, 26, could see an expanded role after the Bills granted Cole Beasley permission to seek a trade.
McKenzie caught 20 passes for 178 yards and one touchdown in 2021 and has 99 receptions for 922 yards and seven touchdowns in his five-season career.
–Seahawks tight end Will Dissly confirmed via Twitter he’s returning to Seattle, and multiple outlets reports the three-year pact is worth up to $24 million.
Dissly caught 21 passes for 231 yards and a touchdown in 2021.
The 25-year-old who played collegiately at the University of Washington has spent his entire four-year career with the Seahawks. He has 76 receptions in 41 career games.
–The Tennessee Titans are keeping center on a two-year, $14 million deal, NFL Network reported.
Jones, 32, has started all 96 games he has played in for the Titans. The 2022 season will be his seventh season in Tennessee.
Jones spent his first four seasons in Houston after the Texans selected him in the fourth round of the 2012 draft.
–Patriots backup quarterback Brian Hoyer re-signed with New England on Monday.
Hoyer agreed to a two-year, $4 million deal to remain on the roster behind second-year starter Mac Jones.
Hoyer, 36, appeared in five games last season and has played for seven NFL franchises over 13 seasons. In his limited action in 2021, Hoyer completed nine of 11 pass attempts for 227 yards and a touchdown.
–Center Tyler Larsen is returning to the Washington Commanders on a one-year deal, per multiple reports. He appeared in nine games (three starts) with the team in 2021 before tearing his Achilles in December.
Contract terms weren’t revealed, but he played last year on a one-year, $1.04 million contract. The 30-year-old played in 68 games (18 starts) with the Carolina Panthers from 2016-20.
–Field Level Media