In addition to kicker Chris Boswell, the Pittsburgh Steelers placed a restricted free agent tender on linebacker Anthony Chickillo.
The Steelers tendered Chickillo with an original round tender worth $1.907 million for the 2018 season. If another team were to sign Chickillo to an offer sheet, the Steelers would get a chance to match the deal and would receive a sixth-round pick in compensation from the signing team.
With Jordan Hicks expected to return from injury and the addition of Daryl Worley at cornerback (and the depth signing of Haloti Ngata at defensive tackle), Philadelphia figures to be even better unit in 2018.
Jenkins signed a new, five-year deal that included a four-year contract extension in February of 2016 worth $35 million, with $21 million in guarantees. He’s made the Pro Bowl twice while with the Eagles.
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There used to be a time when every big-nameer wanted to for the Cowboys, but apparently that’s not the case anymore. Or at least not for Sammy Watkins.
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Nelson makes sense on a variety of levels. Not only is Nelson the best offensive line prospect in the draft, but Notre Dame’s former offensive line coach, Harry Hiestand, was recently re-hired by the Bears to be part of Matt Nagy’s new coaching staff. — Jeff Dickerson
The Lions took care of linebacker and found a veteran running back in LeGarrette Blount on Friday. But the Lions’ biggest need going into free agency remains their biggest need a week into the new league year: defensive line. Detroit needs to find a complement to Ezekiel Ansah and Kerry Hyder in the pass rush and has to bring in a replacement for Haloti Ngata, who left for Philadelphia. There are some intriguing options out there at tackle (recently released Johnathan Hankins would be one), but the draft might be where the Lions truly try to solve this problem. — Michael Rothstein