The Falcons have announced all of their free-agent signings except for the deal with former Rams running back Todd Gurley, who has an injury history for a left knee that likely has to be medically investigated.
With all of the social distancing and orders to stay home in light of the coronavirus pandemic, the logistics of clearing Gurley could be an issue.
The Ravens announced Friday that defensive tackle Michael Brockers, who had agreed to a three-year, $30 million deal, would not sign with the team. Concerns about an ankle injury reportedly doomed the deal, and Brockers ended up re-signing with the Rams.
In a lower-level move, the Jets’ deal with free-agent safety Marqui Christian fell apart, according to Brian Costello of the New York Post. No reason was cited.
With Gurley’s deal pending, here’s a look at where things stand with the Falcons’ free-agency moves as of March 29.
UNRESTRICTED FREE AGENTS
» Todd Gurley, running back - Agreed to one-year deal with team.
» Laquon Treadwell, wide receiver - Agreed to one-year deal with team.
» Justin McCray, guard - Agreed to one-year deal with team.
» Hayden Hurst, tight end – Acquired via a trade with Baltimore.
» Edmond Robinson, linebacker – signed by the Falcons to a one-year deal March 28.
» Sam Irwin-Hill, punter – Signed to a one-year contract worth $510,000.
» Matt Schaub, quarterback – Club picked up his option, according to his agent.
» Keith Smith, fullback – Re-signed to a three-year deal.
» John Wetzel, offensive lineman – Vested veteran contract terminated and then re-signed.
» Blidi Wreh-Wilson, cornerback - Agreed to one-year deal with the team.
» Tyeler Davison, defensive tackle - Agrees to three-year deal.
» Steven Means, defensive end - Re-signed to a one-year contract March 9.
» Sharrod Neasman, safety - Signed to one-year contract.
» Ryan Allen, punter – Signed to a one-year contract extension for $945,000 on Feb. 18.
» Austin Hooper, tight end – Will be allowed to hit the market. Has agreed to terms with the Browns.
» Devonta Freeman - Cut by the team March 17.
» Luke Stocker, tight end - To be released pending a physical.
» Kenjon Barner, running back - Unrestricted free agent.
» Justin Hardy, wide receiver - Will not re-sign with team.
» Matt Simms, quarterback -- Unrestricted free agent.
» Wes Schweitzer, offensive guard/center – Will be allowed to hit the market. Set to sign with Washington.
» Ty Sambrailo, tackle - Released by the team March 16.
» Desmond Trufant, cornerback - Released by team. He signed a two-year, $21 million deal with the Detroit Lions.
» Vic Beasley, defensive end/linebacker – Will not re-sign. Will join Titans on a one-year deal.
» De'Vondre Campbell, linebacker – Will be allowed to hit the market. Agreed to one-year deal worth up to $8.5 million with Arizona.
» Adrian Clayborn, defensive end - Unrestricted free agent.
» Jack Crawford, defensive tackle - Unrestricted free agent.
» Johnathan Cyprien, safety - Unrestricted free agent.
» Ra’Shede Hageman, defensive tackle – Waived by the team Jan. 13.
» Kemal Ishmael, safety/linebacker – Will not re-sign with Falcons.
» Jamar Taylor, cornerback - Unrestricted free agent.
» J.J. Wilcox, safety -- Unrestricted free agent.
» Matt Bosher, punter -- Unrestricted free agent.
RESTRICTED FREE AGENTS
» Brian Hill, running back - Falcons placed fifth-round tender on him.
» Michael Bennett, defensive tackle – free agent
» Younghoe Koo, placekicker – Signed a one-year contract extension for $660,000 on Feb. 18.
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