NFL Player News
Browns' Wes Martin: Expected to sign with Cleveland
The Browns are expected to sign Martin later this week, Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com reports.
Martin was drafted by the Commanders in the fourth round of the 2019 Draft but has struggled to crave out an NFL role since. He returned to Washington in 2022 and served as a depth option at both guard spots after spending time with the Giants in 2021.
Cardinals' Krys Barnes: Moves to Arizona
The Cardinals and Barnes agreed to terms of a one-year contract Saturday, Darren Urban of the team's official site reports.
After notching at least 80 tackles in both of his first two campaigns as a pro, Barnes managed just six appearances last season due to a variety of injuries, most notably an ankle issue Week 1 that forced a lengthy stay on IR. The Packers didn't extend a qualifying offer or tender to Barnes as a restricted free agent this offseason, so he was free to sign anywhere. Upon joining the Cardinals, he'll serve as depth at inside linebacker behind Zaven Collins (calf), Isaiah Simmons and Kyzir White.
Seahawks' Bobby Wagner: Back in Seattle
The Seahawks and Wagner agreed to a one-year, $7 million contract Saturday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Last offseason, the two sides parted ways after 10 seasons together, with Wagner eventually signing with the NFC West rival Rams. He remained a tackle machine in L.A., racking up 140 in 17 games while also recording a career-high six sacks. In his return to Seattle, Wagner likely will team with newcomer Devin Bush in the middle of the defense until Jordyn Brooks recovers from the torn ACL that he sustained Week 17.
Broncos' Kyle Fuller: Heading to Denver
Fuller agreed in principle with the Broncos on Saturday, Aaron Wilson of KPRC 2 Houston reports.
Fuller played 51 snaps last season for the Seahawks as a backup lineman and was on the active roster for all 17 regular-season games. He has played both guard and center during his five-year career and will reunite with quarterback Russell Wilson in Denver.
Packers' Eric Wilson: Back for eighth season
Steelers' Zach Gentry: Staying in Pittsburgh
Gentry is set to re-sign with the Steelers, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.
Gentry has been with the Steelers for his first four years in the NFL, but he did not start playing a bigger role until 2021. He has played all 34 games over the previous two years. In that span he accumulated 299 yards on 38 receptions. He projects to back up Pat Freiermuth in 2023.
49ers' Zane Gonzalez: Dealt to 49ers
Gonzalez, who previously appeared set to be released by the Panthers, was instead traded to the 49ers on Friday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Gonzalez missed the majority of the 2022 season with a groin injury. Instead of bringing him back, the Panthers opted to re-sign his replacement, Eddy Pineiro after he drilled 33 of 35 field-goal attempts and 30 of 32 extra-point tries across 17 games. Gonzalez joins a 49ers roster that was previously without a kicker, and it remains to be seen if San Francisco brings any training camp competition to challenge him.
Raiders' John Jenkins: Heading to Las Vegas
Steelers' Le'Raven Clark: Latches on with Pittsburgh
The Steelers signed Clark to a one-year contract Friday, Jordan Schultz of TheScore.com reports.
A 2016 third-round pick, Clark spent the first four years of his career with the Colts before signing one-year deals with the Eagles and Titans each of the last two seasons. He now joins his fourth team in four years. Clark has 64 games of experience, including 18 starts, and will compete for a swing-tackle job with the Steelers.
Dolphins' Justin Bethel: Remaining in Miami
The Dolphins re-signed Bethel on Friday, David Furones of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports.
Bethel, who's heading into his 13th NFL campaign, is now set to suit up for the Dolphins for a second consecutive season following Friday's agreement. The 32-year-old is in line to continue serving as one of Miami's top special-teams contributors in 2023.