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Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets' free-agent agreement with former Rams S Marqui Christian has fallen through, a source confirmed. (NY Post first) The two sides couldn't agree to final contract terms. There appeared to be a one-year, $2 million deal in place last Saturday. This is the third known deal to fall apart in the league, perhaps fallout from COVID-19, which has delayed team physicals.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cowboys have finalized an agreement with veteran DT Dontari Poe on a two-year deal, according to a source. The financial particulars were agreed to on Monday but there had been a holdup on language. Poe, who turns 30 in August, needs to take a physical but his addition is a sure sign that the defense will change in 2020. In the past, the Cowboys wanted smaller, quicker defensive tackles, but at 346 pounds he is a true nose tackle.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

The Raiders have now acknowledged on their transactions page the free-agency signings of LB Nick Kwiatkoski, S Jeff Heath and DE Carl Nassib. They also re-signed LS Trent Sieg.

Turron Davenport ESPN 

The Titans will host a personal protection equipment drive in Nashville on Sunday, March 29, at Nissan Stadium. The drive will benefit local hospitals, clinics and other health organizations in need of medical supplies due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Collection bins will be placed six to 10 feet apart for two car lines. Supplies in need include items such as: Sterile/non-sterile gloves, Hand sanitizer, Bleach bottles/sprays, Isopropyl alcohol, Eye protection/goggles, and Clear face shields.

Lindsey Thiry ESPN 

Greg Zuerlein, the Rams kicker for the last 8 seasons, has agreed to terms with the Cowboys, sources confirmed to ESPN. With the Cowboys, Zuerlein reunites with former Rams special teams coordinator John Fassel, who departed for Dallas in January. Over 8 seasons, Zuerlein converted 82 percent of his field goals. He played a crucial role during the 2018 season in helping to send the Rams to Super Bowl LIII when he kicked a 54-yard game-winning field goal in overtime to clinch the NFC championship

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

A source has confirmed the Cowboys have agreed to a deal with kicker Greg Zuerlein, reuniting the kicker with his special teams coach from the Los Angeles Rams, John Fassel. Zuerlein has made 82 percent of his kicks in his career but missed nine (24 of 33) last season. He is the third kicker on the current roster with Kai Forbath, who made all 10 of his attempts with Dallas last season, and Tristan Vizcaino.

Brady Henderson ESPN 

Chance Warmack's one-year Seahawks deal qualifies for the minimum salary benefit. The breakdown, via ESPN's Roster Management System: $910,000 base salary; $25,000 bonus for being on the roster in Week 1; per-game roster bonuses worth $7,000 apiece ($112,000 total). The deal has no signing bonus and no guaranteed money. The max amount of bonus money this year for a deal to qualify for the minimum salary benefit is $137,500. Warmack's deal has $137,000 in bonus money. His cap number is $750,000.

Brady Henderson ESPN 

Brandon Shell's two-year deal with the Seahawks has a base value of $9 million and $5.1 million guaranteed, per ESPN's Roster Management System. The breakdown: $4 million signing bonus; base salaries of $1.1 million (guaranteed) and $3.075 million; per-game roster bonuses worth $25,000 apiece each year ($825,000 total); up to $500,000 available each year in NLTBE incentives (playing time) and up to $500,000 available in a 2021 escalator (playing time). Shell's 2020 cap number is $3.475 million.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Of the Cowboys' 30 unrestricted and restricted free agents or players not tendered or did not have an option picked up, only six do not have contracts presently: wide receiver Tavon Austin, defensive lineman Michael Bennett, safety Kavon Frazier, defensive tackle Christian Covington, linebacker Ray-Ray Armstrong and linebacker Malcolm Smith.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

KR/RB Tyler Ervin's one-year contract with the Packers: Total cash: $1.047 million. Signing bonus: $137,500. Base salary: $910,000. Salary cap charge: $887,500*. *Qualifies for veteran salary/salary-cap benefit reduction.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens' failed deal with Michael Brockers is latest example that it's not business as usual in NFL


Brooke Pryor ESPN Staff Writer 

New Steelers OL Stefen Wisniewski had interest from several teams, including the Chiefs, but he opted to sign with his hometown team. For the Pittsburgh native and Penn State grad, it was too good an opportunity to pass up -- along with the chance to be a starter with the retirement of Ramon Foster. "The fact that all the stars kind of lined up here, I was super excited," he said. "It's tough to turn down your hometown team, let alone when you've got a great opportunity like I have."

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

The Lions have agreed to terms with LB Elijah Lee on a one-year deal, a source confirmed to ESPN. First reported by the Detroit News. Lee is a key special teams player from San Francisco, where he played at least 40 percent of special teams snaps every year in the league. It'll be interesting to see what his signing might mean for Jason Cabinda or Steve Longa — two of the Lions' depth linebackers from last season.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

The Lions agreeing to terms with linebacker Reggie Ragland, as reported by Jeremy Fowler, gives Detroit even more depth at inside linebacker — a spot potentially in flux. Ragland played in 42 games for Kansas City — starting 32 of them — and has 160 career tackles with 2.5 sacks. He's not really a special teams presence (just 40 career snaps) so he could be a rotational backer for the Lions. He's never played more than 50 percent of snaps in a season.