The former Pittsburgh Steelers running back didn't play a single snap a year ago in order to save his body for a new long-term deal. Check below for live updates on the Patriots and other teams around the league as more news and rumors roll out on Twitter.
Only four teams scored fewer points than the Raiders in 2018. Doug Martin led the team with 723 yards on the ground, and they haven't had a 1,000-yard rusher since 2015.
Williams is 27 years old and has proven to be one of the best deep-threats in the National Football League, averaging 16.3 yards per reception throughout his career. They also committed more annually to Brown than the franchise tag, which the Patriots elected not to use on the left tackle.
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While the pair have maintained they share a good relationship but Eden Hazard did not have the best time of his career when he was playing under Jose a couple of seasons ago.
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According to widespread reports - including from NFL.com and ESPN - the 25-year-old will earn $16.5million a year, having agreed a four-year, $66m contract. In fact, he'll probably play a lot better in 2019 without the pressure of being the team's highest-profile offensive lineman. He spent last season on injured reserve, but was impressive over the summer. The negotiation period allows for a flurry of pacts to be announced when free agency officially opens at 4 p.m. on Wednesday.
Le'Veon Bell #26 of the Pittsburgh Steelers in action against the Oakland Raiders at O.co Coliseum on October 27, 2013 in Oakland, California.