Latest 2017 NFL free agency moves
The free agency in the National Football League has made a lot of stunning, and interesting moves. This has been a very active year, with several big names signing, and trades conspiring, it is another great NFL free agency offseason, and this is just some of the most recent moves that teams have made.
Dontari Poe signs with the Falcons
Poe signed a short-term contract to the Falcons, who will be the first time Poe has played in another NFL jersey outside of the Chiefs. Poe is big, and strong, exactly what any team wants in a nose-tackle. However, a short-term deals shows that Poe is not comfortable moving to another team.
Latavius Murray signs with the Vikings
The Vikings were a mess last season, mainly due to missing a running back (ahem…AP..) and now the Vikings have went out into free agency to sign the running back with the least amount of baggage (like Charles, Peterson, or Lacy). Murray may not be the running back Peterson once was, but he is definitely better than anyone that the Vikings have now.
Donta Hightower re-signs with the Patriots
Hightower was looking into the market, and teams were willing to pay the big bucks, but I guess Bill Belichick made a deal he could not refuse (whether that was money, or another Super Bowl). Hightower will work amazing with the Patriots, just like he has been. If Hightower wants another ring, staying with Brady and co. is the best opportunity to do so.
Darren McFadden signs with the Cowboys
Maybe the least popular signing on this list, but McFadden decided to sign with the Cowboys, again. McFadden’s days of starting are long gone, and it still is not set in stone that he will not be cut later on. However, if you have to be a back, you might as well be a backup behind the best line in football.
Well, there you have it, fellow Sports Reactionists, and remember, be the best sports fan you can possibly be.
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