NFL rumour round-up: Browns acquire Beckham, Titans sign Wake

The Cleveland Browns just made the biggest move of the offseason.
The Cleveland Browns just made the biggest move of the offseason.

Just because it was day two of the NFL's free-agent frenzy, it does not mean things slowed down. In fact, it could be argued things sped up.

Multiple little moves were made, but it was actually a trade which really shook things up.

That and more on Tuesday's NFL rumour round-up.


Here is a list of Tuesday's biggest moves:

— Odell Beckham Jr. has been traded to the Cleveland Browns. The New York Giants received first- and third-round picks as well as safety Jabrill Peppers for the three-time Pro Bowl player.

— Cameron Wake signed a three-year, $23million deal with the Tennessee Titans. Wake has 98 career sacks all in his time with the Miami Dolphins.

— Dak Prescott has lost his check-down guy at the Dallas Cowboys. Cole Beasley has signed a four-year, $29m deal with the Buffalo Bills.

— The New York Jets added a big helper for the middle of their defense as they signed linebacker C.J. Mosley to a five-year, $85m deal.

— This is the reason the New England Patriots decided not to re-sign Trey Flowers. The defensive end signed a five-year deal worth $90m with the Detroit Lions.

— The New Orleans Saints signed running back Latavius Murray to a four-year, $14.4m deal. This move likely signifies the end of the Mark Ingram era in New Orleans. The team also re-signed Teddy Bridgewater as the team's backup QB.

— Deone Bucannon is re-uniting with his former head coach in Tampa Bay. The linebacker/safety hybrid has agreed to a deal with the Buccaneers where his old coach Bruce Arians recently took over. Bucannon played for Arians from 2014-2017 in Arizona.

— The Cardinals are expected to sign former Seattle Seahawks guard J.R. Sweezy to a two-year deal.

— The Atlanta Falcons added two offensive linemen in former first-round pick James Carpenter, who has played for the Jets and Seahawks, and Jamon Brown, who played with the Giants and Los Angeles Rams last season.

— The Carolina Panthers agreed to a three-year, $27m deal with center Matt Paradis, who was Pro Football Focus' second-highest rated center in the NFL last season.

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