NFL Free Agency Biggest Moves
Ndamukong Suh becomes a Dolphin
Defensive juggernaut Ndamukong Suh decided to take his talents to South Beach. The six-year veteran has agreed to a six-year, $114 million deal with the Dolphins, with $60 million guaranteed.
Jimmy Graham heads to Seattle
Looks like Russell Wilson will have an exciting new target for the 2015 season. The New Orleans Saints traded Pro Bowl tight end Jimmy Graham to the Seattle Seahawks for center Max Unger. The Saints also received the 31st pick in the 2015 draft, while the Seahawks got a 4th round pick.
LeSean McCoy now a Bill
In a move that shocked many, the Philadelphia Eagles traded their all-time leading rusher to the Buffalo Bills for linebacker Kiko Alonso. McCoy is set to make $40 million dollars over five years with over $26 million guaranteed. McCoy finished the 2014 season with 1,319 yards on 312 carries and five touchdowns.
Darrelle Revis comes full circle
Just months after winning a Super Bowl with the New England Patriots, cornerback Darrelle Revis is heading back to the organization that drafted him in 2007. Revis reunites with the New York Jets with a five-year, $70 million deal. The Patriots decided not to pick up Revis' option and it only took a couple hours of free agency for Revis to find a new (old) home.
The ol' quarterback switcheroo
In another surprising move from the Eagles, Chip Kelly & Co. organized a trade with the St. Louis Rams to swap quarterbacks. Philadelphia sent Nick Foles and their fourth round pick in 2015 and a conditional second round pick in 2016 to the Rams for Sam Bradford and a fifth round pick in 2015. Both quarterbacks experienced injuries during the 2014 season, Foles played only 8 games before injuring his shoulder while Bradford missed the entire season with a torn ACL.
Veteran defensive tackle, and Royal Farms enthusiast, Haloti Ngata is officially out of Baltimore and heading to the Detroit Lions. Ngata is expected to fill the void left behind from Ndamukong Suh's departure. In exchange for the five-time Pro Bowler, the Ravens received fourth and fifth round picks in the upcoming draft.
Gore bypsses Philly, lands in Indy
Just when the Eagles thought they had a grasp on a LeSean McCoy replacement, free-agent running back Frank Gore decided to sign with the Indianapolis Colts. Gore and the Colts reportedly agreed to a three-year, $12 million deal with $8.5 million guaranteed.
After a heartfelt and classy goodbye to the city of Baltimore, fan-favorite Torrey Smith found a new home on the West Coast. The former Baltimore Ravens wide receiver agreed to a five-year deal with the San Fransisco 49ers. Smith is expected to make $40 million dollars with his new deal.