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NFL Rumors: Texans to Re-Sign CB Bradley Roby to a Three-Year, $36 Million Deal

The Houston Texans are expected to re-sign top cornerback Bradley Roby, according to The Houston Chronicle's Aaron Wilson. The deal will be valued at $36 million over three years, NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reports

In 10 games during the 2019 season, Roby recorded 38 total tackles, eight pass breakups, two interceptions and a quarterback sack. He missed portions of the year with a hamstring injury. 

Roby, 27, spent the first five seasons of his NFL career with the Broncos before the Texans signed him to a one-year, $10 million deal last offseason. He made it known that he wanted to stay with Houston past the 2019 season, saying that he was "very hopeful" to get a new deal.

The NFL's legal tampering period opens on Monday at 12 p.m. Free agency will still begin at 4 p.m. on Wednesday amid the coronavirus pandemic.

These are the latest rumors and news from around the NFL:

  • Safety Devin McCourty and the Patriots have agreed to a two-year, $23 million contract extension. (Ian Rapoport, NFL Network)
  • The Falcons are signing DT Tyeler Davison to a three-year, $12 million extension with $4.5 million guaranteed. (Field Yates, ESPN)
  • The Jacksonville Jaguars have agreed to a trade that would send defensive end Calais Campbell to the Baltimore Ravens in exchange for a 2020 fifth-round pick. (Adam Schefter, ESPN)
  • The 49ers are not planning to make a run for Tom Brady and are moving forward with Jimmy Garoppolo at quarterback. (Chris Simms, NBC Sports; Albert Breer, Sports Illustrated
  • The Patriots are giving OL Jermaine Eluemunor the original round draft restricted free agent tender. (Ian Rapoport, NFL Network)
  • The Titans and QB Ryan Tannehill have agreed to terms on a four-year, $118 million contract extension. (Jeff Darlington, ESPN)
  • The Colts agreed to terms with tackle Anthony Castonzo on a contract extension.
  • NFL players voted to approve the new proposed collective bargaining agreement, which signals 10 years of labor peace, increased revenue share for players, added benefits for former players, an expansion to a 17-game NFL regular season and more playoff teams.