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NFL: Ware signs with Denver, Revis heading to New England and more

Golden Tate
Golden Tate
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Day two of the 2014 saw some more big names find new homes. The New England Patriots signed CB Darrelle Revis to a one year, $12 million deal while the Pats opponent in the 2013 AFC Championship Game, the Denver Broncos, signed DE DeMarcus Ware to a three year, $30 million deal.

The New York Jets came to terms with WR Eric Decker on a five year, $36 million contract, the Baltimore Ravens nabbed WR Jacoby Jones to a four year, $ 12 million deal , the Tampa Bay Buccaneers signed QB Josh McCowan to a two year, $10 million tender and our Detroit Lions signed WR Golden Tate to a five year, $31 million contact. Tate of course was a member of the 2012-13 NFL Champion Seattle Seahawks.

Lastly, New Orleans Saints utility player Darren Sproles has expressed he wants to be released but the team seems set on trading him. The Saints seem to ready to move on from Sproles but feel they can get something in return for him.

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