Some teams have already announced moves today, including the Indianapolis
Colts, who agreed to terms with kicker Adam Vinatieri and safety Melvin
Bullitt. The Miami Dolphins also made it official today and announced the
trade for Reggie Bush, sending safety Jonathan Amaya and an undisclosed draft
pick to the New Orleans Saints in return. A couple of teams also released
players, as the Atlanta Falcons said goodbye to former first-round picks
Michael Jenkins and Jamaal Anderson, and the New York Jets dropped backup
quarterback Mark Brunell.
A couple of first-round draft picks agreed to terms on Friday. The Buffalo
Bills and defensive lineman Marcell Dareus, the third overall selection back
in April, worked out a deal. The Seattle Seahawks came to terms with offenisve
tackle James Carpenter (No. 25), the Kansas City Chiefs signed wide receiver
Jonathan Baldwin (No. 26) and the Baltimore Ravens inked cornerback Jimmy
Smith (No. 27). The Tennessee Titans and quarterback Jake Locker, the eighth
overall pick, have reportedly agreed to a four-year deal.