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Seahawks keep Bradley McDougald off the market with a new three-year deal

McDougald would have been a sought-after free agent had he hit the open market
Via CBSSports.com
12 days ago

Seahawks re-sign Bradley McDougald

The Seahawks have agreed to re-sign Bradley McDougald. The safety will stay in Seattle with a three-year, $13.95MM deal, according to NFL.com’s Mike Garafolo (on Twitter). McDougald was originally signed to be a reserve last offseason, but he wound up starting when Kam Chancellor was lost to injury. This year, Seattle’s numbers crunch could lead them to move on from Chancellor, so...
Via Pro Football Rumors
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Bradley McDougald could be a steal for Seahawks

The Seahawks made an underrated move Wednesday that could have a ripple effect on the power structure of the NFC. Seattle signed safety Bradley McDougald from the Buccaneers to a one-year, $2 million contract. The 26-year-old McDougald also visited the Browns and turned down a better chance to start in favor of a backup job behind Kam Chancellor and Earl Thomas. A chance to win a...
Via The Sports Daily
March 22, 2017  |  Discuss

Seahawks reportedly agree to 1-year, $2M deal with free-agent DB Bradley McDougald from Tampa Bay

The Seahawks have a new option in their secondary that needed one. The team is about to announce the signing of free agent Bradley McDougald from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers … Click to Continue »
Via Seahawks Insider
March 22, 2017

Report: Seahawks to sign FS Bradley McDougald on 1-year deal

The Seahawks are reportedly adding depth to their secondary by signing free agent free safety Bradley McDougald. NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport tweeted Wednesday morning that Seattle is signing McDougald to a 1-year deal worth $2 million. ESPN’s Adam Caplan reported that McDougald visited the Seahawks last week. Seattle was previously linked to former Cowboys safety J.J. Wilcox, who...
Via 710 ESPN Seattle
March 22, 2017

Bradley McDougald signs with the Seahawks

Safety Bradley McDougald has found a new home with the Seattle Seahawks, signing a one-year, $2 million deal according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. That’s a pretty cheap deal for the former Tampa Bay Buccaneers safety, who had a lot of trouble finding a taker for his services. Apparently the Bucs weren’t happy with his play, as they chose to re-sign Chris Conte and add J.J. Wilcox...
Via Bucs Nation
March 22, 2017

Browns bring safety Bradley McDougald in for a visit

There’s not much left from PFT’s Hot 100 Free Agent list, but one of the stragglers made his way through Cleveland. According to Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, former Buccaneers safety Bradley McDougald visited the Browns Monday. McDougald was born in Columbus, Ohio, and made the Bucs as an undrafted rookie out of…
Via Pro Football Talk
March 21, 2017

Bradley McDougald signs RFA tender with Bucs

The Buccaneers opened the offseason with two unrestricted free agents and one restricted free agent at safety. All three of them have opted to remain in Tampa. The team re-signed Keith Tandy and Chris Conte last month and announced Tuesday that Bradley McDougald has signed his restricted free agent tender. McDougald was tendered at the…
Via Pro Football Talk
April 06, 2016

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