NFL transactions: Dolphins trade Tannehill to Titans

NFL transactions: Dolphins trade Tannehill to Titans
By Reuters

16/03/2019 at 02:57Updated 16/03/2019 at 02:59

The Miami Dolphins traded quarterback Ryan Tannehill to the Tennessee Titans on Friday, receiving a 2020 fourth-round pick and 2019 seventh-rounder while also sending a 2019 sixth-rounder to Tennessee.

Tannehill restructured his existing contract and will have a fully guaranteed
one-year, $7 million deal with the Titans, ESPN's Adam Schefter reported, $5
million of which will be paid by the Dolphins. The value could climb to $12
million with performance incentives. The QB was previously due a base salary
of $18.75 million in 2019.

Tannehill, 30, started 11 games in 2018 and completed 64.2 percent of his
passes for 1,979 yards with 17 touchdowns and nine interceptions. He missed
five games with an injured throwing shoulder.

To make room for Tannehill, the Titans released quarterback Blaine Gabbert.

--Former Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles will visit the Los
Angeles Rams on Monday, NFL Network reported.

Bortles, a 2014 first-round pick, was released earlier this week after the
Jaguars signed Nick Foles. Incumbent Rams backup Sean Mannion is a free agent,
leaving an opening behind Jared Goff.

-- The Denver Broncos signed former Chicago Bears slot cornerback Bryce
Callahan to a three-year. ESPN reports the deal is worth $21 million, with $10
million guaranteed.

The move reunites Callahan, 27, with new Denver head coach Vic Fangio, who was
the Bears' defensive coordinator during Callahan's first four seasons in the
league. Callahan has four interceptions in 45 games (29 starts).

The Broncos also re-signed starting tight end Jeff Heuerman on a two-year deal
worth a reported $9 million.

--Cornerback Ronald Darby will remain with the Philadelphia Eagles after
agreeing to a one-year deal, the team announced.

According to multiple outlets, the deal is worth $8.5 million.

Darby had one interception in nine games last season before suffering a torn
ACL in his right knee in a game against the Dallas Cowboys on Nov. 11. It
hasn't yet been determined if he will be healthy by the start of the 2019
season.

--New England is releasing defensive end Adrian Clayborn, a move that clears
about $4 million in cap space.

Clayborn, 30, broke the news on Twitter and thanked the Patriots for granting
his release.

--Cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie has come out of retirement to sign
with the Washington Redskins.

Rodgers-Cromartie retired midseason with the Oakland Raiders last season
before deciding this spring to return.

--The Titans are releasing right guard Josh Kline, one year after signing him
to a four-year, $26 million contract extension.

NFL Network reported the 29-year-old veteran declined to take a pay cut.
Releasing him saves $3.25 million while leaving $3.5 million in dead money.

--The Cincinnati Bengals signed free agent guard John Miller to a three-year
contract. The deal is worth $16.5 million, according to multiple reports.

The Bengals also brought former Cleveland Browns and Patriots defensive tackle
Danny Shelton in for a visit, according to ESPN.

--The Tampa Bay Buccaneers added former Broncos outside linebacker Shaquil
Barrett on a one-year deal worth a reported $5 million.

The team also signed guard Earl Watford, per multiple reports, and re-signed
cornerback De'Vante Harris and defensive tackle Rakeem Nunez-Roches.

--The San Francisco 49ers released defensive end Cassius Marsh, saving $4.7
million against the cap in 2019.

Marsh had 5.5 sacks and 14 quarterback hits last season but was apparently
deemed expendable after the acquisition of Pro Bowler Dee Ford earlier this
week.

The 49ers also re-signed linebacker Mark Nzeocha, per the team, and restricted
free agent running back Raheem Mostert, per his agent, on three-year deals.

--The Los Angeles Chargers retained safety Adrian Phillips on a one-year deal.
Phillips was a Pro Bowler in 2018 as a special teamer.

--The New York Giants are likely to sign former Minnesota Vikings offensive
lineman Mike Remmers, his agent said. Remmers was primarily a right tackle
before switching to guard last season.

Meanwhile, the Giants signed defensive tackle Olsen Pierre, who had 5.5 sacks
under Giants defensive coordinator James Bettcher when both were with the
Cardinals in 2017.

--The New Orleans Saints signed former New York Giants defensive lineman Mario
Edwards on a two-year deal. The contract is worth $5 million with up to $1.5
million additional in incentives, per Pro Football Talk.

--The Baltimore Ravens signed former Arizona Cardinals and Atlanta Falcons
cornerback Justin Bethel to a two-year deal. Bethel made three Pro Bowls from
2013-15 as a special teamer.

--The Green Bay Packers re-signed restricted free agent wideout Geronimo
Allison on a one-year deal, CBS Sports reported.

Per the report, the deal will pay Allison more than his restricted free agent
tender and has additional incentives, after other teams expressed interest in
the 25-year-old.

--The Raiders signed speedster wideout J.J. Nelson and defensive end Josh
Mauro, while re-signing linebacker Jason Cabinda and guard Chaz Green.

Mauro's one-year deal is reportedly worth $1.4 million.

--Former Bengals cornerback Darqueze Dennard is visiting the Kansas City
Chiefs, per multiple reports.

--The New York Jets signed former kicker Chandler Catanzaro, after Pro Bowler
Jason Myers left in free agency.

--The Browns signed former Houston Texans right tackle Kendall Lamm to a
two-year deal worth $7 million, per the Houston Chronicle.

--The Texans signed former Browns cornerback Briean Boddy-Calhoun on a
one-year deal worth a reported $900,000. Houston also worked out former
Bengals second-round offensive tackle Jake Fisher, who is trying to transition
to tight end.

--The Jacksonville Jaguars signed former Cowboys tight end Geoff Swaim.

--The Bears signed former Falcons wideout/returner Marvin Hall to a one-year
deal.

--Former Saints offensive lineman Jermon Bushrod visited the Carolina Panthers
but left without a deal, per multiple reports.

--Field Level Media

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