In the wake of the NFLPA voting in favor of the proposed CBA, reports of contract signings, deals and trades have been flying across the board. The Jacksonville Jaguars and Baltimore Ravens started things off with a trade involving a player many fans of the Seattle Seahawks were hoping to see come to the Pacific North West, however, that was just the starting point.
Several other reports about rumored trades and transactions have leaked out, and while many are stuck at home practicing social distancing while the COVID-19 pandemic plays out, NFL news in the coming days may help keep people occupied. This post will keep track of trades, contracts and other relevant news that is reported, so be sure to check back as things continue to develop through what will most certainly be a very busy day.
Calais Campbell traded to the Baltimore Ravens from the Jacksonville Jaguars for a 5th round draft pick (and, per reports, agreeing with Campbell on two year extension that will lower his 2020 cap hit).
Jaguars and Ravens have agreed to a trade in principle that would send Pro Bowl DE Calais Campbell to Baltimore for a 2020 fifth-round pick, per sources. Campbell will try to finalize an extension with Baltimore.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 15, 2020
So, based on the 2 reports, I'm guessing it's $27M in "new money" added to the $15M he was already due. If so, it would be 3 yrs, $42M in total. But, that's just guess. https://t.co/lskY9hOmW9— Brian McFarland (@RavensSalaryCap) March 15, 2020
Left Tackle Anthony Castonzo of the Indianapolis Colts will be staying in Indy for 2020.
The #Colts are signing LT Anthony Castonzo to a two-year, $33 million contract extension, source said.— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) March 15, 2020
Tennessee Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill signs four-year, $118 million deal
The #Titans have agreed to terms with QB Ryan Tannehill on a 4-year deal worth $118M, source says. He gets $91M in total guarantees and $62M in fully guaranteed money. A huge payday after leading Tennessee to the playoffs.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 15, 2020
Keep checking back with Field Gulls, as the staff here will do the best we can to keep fans updated on developments around the league.