The Latest: Eagles sign Torrey Smith who was cut by 49ers
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The Atlanta Falcons have agreed to contract extensions with backup quarterback Matt Schaub and defensive tackle Courtney Upshaw.
The NFC champions have focused on retaining players in the offseason.
''Courtney proved to be versatile in our defensive scheme and he will continue to play several roles along our defensive line,'' general manager Thomas Dimitroff said. ''We know the value of having an experienced backup at quarterback.''
Schaub spent his first three seasons in Atlanta, before being traded to the Houston Texans in the 2007 offseason. He returned to Atlanta last season as a backup to Matt Ryan.
Upshaw, a star at Alabama, was signed by Atlanta during the 2016 offseason and was converted to defensive tackle after playing outside linebacker during his time with Baltimore.
The Philadelphia Eagles have signed wide receiver Torrey Smith to a three-year contract.
Smith was released by the San Francisco 49ers last week.
The 28-year-old Smith caught 53 passes for 930 yards and seven touchdowns in two seasons with the 49ers. He never became the deep threat that he was with Baltimore, where he helped the Ravens beat San Francisco in the Super Bowl following the 2012 season.
Smith had just 20 catches for 267 yards last season before missing the final three games with a concussion.
In six seasons, Smith has 266 catches for 4,521 yards and 37 touchdowns.
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