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- LB Tae Davis, who played the last two-plus seasons with the Browns, is signing with the club, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported. The team later announced Davis signed a one-year contract.
- K Mike Badgley, who played 12 games last year with Detroit, is re-signing with the team, his agent announced.
- QB Jimmy Garoppolo is signing his contract to officially become a Raider, NFL Network Insider Mike Garafolo reported. The team later announced the signing. Garoppolo’s introductory news conference on Thursday was cancelled as he and the team had to finalize the deal. The former 49er’s free-agent deal was initially reported on Monday.
- DL Dean Lowry, formerly of the Packers, has agreed to terms on a two-year, $8.5 million deal, NFL Network Insider Tom Pelissero reported, per a source. The team later announced it had agreed to terms with Lowry.
- TE Mike Gesicki has agreed to terms with the Patriots on a one-year deal worth $4.5 million ($3.55 million guaranteed) with a max of $9 million with incentives, NFL Network Insiders Mike Garafolo and Tom Pelissero reported, per sources.
- DT Daniel Ekuale is re-signing with the Patriots, Pelissero reported.
- LB Chris Board is signing a two-year deal worth up to $6.7 million, Pelissero reported, per a source.
- LS Joe Cardona is re-signing with New England on a four-year, $6.3 million deal, Pelissero reported, making him the league's highest-paid long snapper. Cardona's deal is worth up to $6.7 million with incentives and includes a $1 million signing bonus and $2.6 million fully guaranteed at signing, Pelissero added.
- DB Jalen Mills was informed of his release, NFL Network's Mike Giardi reported.
- DT Larry Ogunjobi re-signing on a three-year contact was announced by the team Friday.
- S Kevin Byard, a two-time All-Pro, was recently approached by the team about a pay cut but doesn't intend to take one, NFL Network's Cameron Wolfe reported. Byard has a 2023 base salary of $13.6 million and cap hit of $19.6 million with nothing guaranteed on his contract.