We’ll keep track of today’s practice squad updates here:
- Signed: DL Michael Dogbe
- Signed: LB Deone Bucannon
- Signed: T Greg Senat
Green Bay Packers
- Signed: WR Robert Foster, LB De’Jon Harris
- Signed: S Ibraheim Campbell
Las Vegas Raiders
- Signed: OT Jaryd Jones-Smith
New England Patriots
- Signed: G Corey Levin
- Released: FB Paul Quessenberry
New Orleans Saints
- Signed: DE Marcus Willoughby
- Signed: DT T.Y. McGill
Today’s minor moves:
- Released from IR via injury settlement: TE Troy Fumagalli
New England Patriots
Here are the latest players to agree to terms on their rookie deals:
- The Chiefs signed the latter of their two second-round picks, safety Juan Thornhill, on Tuesday. Thornhill, who arrived in Kansas City as the No. 63 overall pick out of Virginia, will attempt to move into the starting lineup alongside Tyrann Mathieu as a rookie. Thornhill intercepted 13 passes over his final three seasons with the Cavaliers. The only member of their six-man class left unsigned is third-rounder Khalen Saunders; third-rounders’ deals can be tricky with the current CBA.
- Four more Seahawks draftees signed their four-year deals Tuesday. Wide receivers Gary Jennings (Round 4) and John Ursua (Round 7) signed. So did sixth-round picks Demarcus Christmas, a defensive tackle out of Florida State, and Travis Homer, Miami-produced running back. Jennings and Ursua, out of West Virginia and Hawaii, respectively, have better odds at contributing this season after Doug Baldwin‘s retirement. Jennings caught 13 touchdown passes last season, while Ursua snagged 16. D.K. Metcalf remains unsigned.
- Two of the Broncos‘ Day 3 picks — fifth-round outside linebacker Justin Hollins and sixth-round wide receiver Juwann Winfree — became the team’s first 2019 draftees to sign. Hollins, an Oregon product who combined for 11 sacks across his junior and senior seasons, will likely be in good position to see time behind Von Miller and Bradley Chubb. The Broncos lost Shaquil Barrett in free agency and are unlikely to bring back Shane Ray. Winfree will join a young Denver receiving corps, which will likely have four first- or second-year cogs.
- Only one Lions draft choice remains unsigned after sixth-rounder Travis Fulgham agreed to terms. The Old Dominion-produced wideout will vie for a reserve role behind Kenny Golladay, Marvin Jones and Danny Amendola. Third-round safety Will Harris has yet to sign.
Finishing up their trade-heavy draft, the Seahawks moved back into the seventh round via a deal with the Jaguars.
The Jags sent the Seahawks pick No. 236 and will receive a sixth-round pick in 2020 in doing so. With their new selection, the Seahawks took wide receiver John Ursua.
A 5-foot-10 wideout out of Hawaii, Ursua enjoyed a productive career. He totaled more than 2,600 yards in three seasons at Hawaii, peaking with an 89-reception, 1,343-yard, 16-touchdown 2018 season. Interestingly, Ursua left school early to turn pro.
The Seahawks have now drafted three wide receivers — Ursua, D.K. Metcalf and Wake Forest’s Gary Jennings — after it became known Doug Baldwin may not be able to continue his career. Additionally, the Seahawks drafted 11 players despite coming into the weekend with four picks.