Kansas City Chiefs 2019 free agency signing tracker

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The Washington Redskins struck out on Antonio Brown, but they could be interested in another former Pittsburgh Steeler.

The longer the Le'Veon Bell saga drags out, the more it becomes likely that teams not named the Jets and Ravens will get in on the action. The Raiders enter free agency with a little more than $58 million in cap space, which is the seventh most among all National Football League teams. However, going from an offense that scored 428 total points in 2018 to a Raiders team that managed just 290 will undoubtedly affect his touchdown scoring numbers. Included in that is 2016, where he only played 12 games and had 1,268 rushing yards, a near 105 yards-per-game average. This move solidifies the tackle positions for them and gives them one of the best young players at left tackle in the league, at least as of this past season.

After his junior season in 2018, he entered the 2019 NFL Draft, and we see that it's well paying off for him.

A seventh-round pick by San Francisco in 2015, Brown had predominantly played at right tackle before switching to the left side under the tuition of New England's offensive line coach Dante Scarnecchia.

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Brown, according to multiple reports, signed a four-year deal that will get him an absurd $66 million with $36.75 million guaranteed.

Don't be surprised if Oakland replaces Osemele's salary with another highly paid offensive lineman. The negotiation period allows for a flurry of pacts to be announced when free agency officially opens at 4 p.m. on Wednesday.

Le'Veon Bell #26 of the Pittsburgh Steelers in action against the Oakland Raiders at O.co Coliseum on October 27, 2013 in Oakland, California.

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