Friday, April 11, 2014

End-of-week leftovers: Some depth signings in division


Teams across the league have begun the process of filling their rosters up to 90 players, the number each team will bring to training camp.

Next month's draft will provide an infusion of young prospects, but here are a few free agent additions teams in the AFC East made this week:

The Miami Dolphins, clearly in the market for a veteran receiver, missed out on former Detroit Lion Nate Burleson last week, who opted for a better playing time opportunity with the Cleveland Browns.

The Dolphins instead added Damian Williams on a one-year, $800,000 deal, according to ESPN's James Walker. The former 2010 third round pick battled injuries and inconsistency during his four-year tenure with the Tennessee Titans and had just 15 receptions last year.

Meanwhile, the New York Jets re-signed veteran outside linebacker Garrett McIntyre to a one-year contract. The deal is worth $645,000, according to

Primarily as a reserve, McIntyre has accrued 5.5 sacks in his three years in the league, all with the Jets.

The Buffalo Bills also added some defensive front depth, signing defensive end Jarius Wynn to a one-year deal according to the Buffalo News. The 27-year-old journeyman has tallied 8.5 total sacks in his career with four different teams.

And lastly, Buffalo brought in a competition for punter Brian Moorman, signing former Harvard University punter Jake Dombrowski, via

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