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Source: Eagles Sign Justice To Extension
The Eagles have signed right tackle Winston Justice to a four-year contract extension. The deal is reportedly worth $18.15 million, including a $6 million signing bonus, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Justice, a second-round pick in 2006, could have become an unrestricted free agent after this season.
Buffalo Signs Brian Brohm
The Bills have signed quarterback Brian Brohm. Brohm rejected an offer to stay in Green Bay to pursue a fresh start in Buffalo. The Bills signed him to a two-year deal off of the Packers' practice squad. "The last 24 hours have been good to me. I went from being on the practice squad to having pretty much two offers," Brohm said. "I just wanted a fresh start, a new start, and I think Buffalo gives me that."
Brohm Signs With Buffalo
Brian Brohm officially signed with the Bills Wednesday after passing a physical. Brohm most recently was on Greeb Bay's practice squad. He?s never played in a regular season game in his two-year career. Here is his stat line from the 2008 and 2009 preseasons. 58-104 (56%) for 455 yards with no touchdowns and four interceptions good for a passer rating of 50.8.
Ravens Sign Kicker Cundiff
The Ravens have signed kicker Billy Cundiff to replace Steven Hauschka, who was cut on Tuesday. Hauschka missed a field goal and an extra point in Baltimore's 16-0 win over Cleveland on Monday night.
Bengals Officially Sign Larry Johnson
The Bengals have officially signed running back Larry Johnson to a deal. Johnson will collect $4 million from the Chiefs, who released him recently, and earn an additional $255,290 from the Bengals, which is the veteran minimum for the remainder of this season.
Denver Signs Ty Law
The Denver Broncos, who already start four defensive backs over the age of 30, have reportedly added another longtime veteran, agreeing to terms with cornerback Ty Law. Law, who turned 35 years old in February, will fly to Denver for a physical and sign afterward, ESPN.com reported.