NFL transactions: Chargers release Addae
The Los Angeles Chargers released starting safety Jahleel Addae, the team announced on Saturday.
Addae recorded 75 tackles while starting all 16 games last season. He started
59 of 80 games played in six seasons with the Chargers, recording two
interceptions and 4.5 sacks.
--Tight end Dwayne Allen reportedly has agreed to a two-year, $7 million with
the Miami Dolphins, according to the NFL Network.
Allen, who had 13 receptions for 113 yards in two seasons with New England,
recently was cut by the Patriots. He will be playing for new coach Brian
Flores, the former New England defensive coordinator.
--The New Orleans Saints agreed to a three-year, $9 million contract with
safety Chris Banjo, according to the NFL Network. Banjo had two interceptions
last season but primarily has worked on special teams during six NFL seasons
with the Green Bay Packers (2013-16) and Saints (2016-18).
--Defensive tackle Michael Pierce and linebacker Patrick Onwuasor are expected
to receive second-round tenders from the Baltimore Ravens, according to the
NFL Network. Both players will be restricted free agents.
--Field Level Media