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- LB Kyle Van Noy is visiting the Ravens today and will be taking a physical, NFL Network Insider Tom Pelissero reports, per a source.
- RB Melvin Gordon is signing a one-year deal that's worth up to $3.1 million with incentives, Pelissero reports. The team has since announced the news.
- QB Bryce Young agreed to his four-year, $37.96 million contract on July 21, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported. Rapoport added that Young will receive a nearly $24.6 million signing bonus.
- WR Marquise Goodwin (blood clots) placed on active/non-football illness list, the team announced. He will miss the start of training camp.
- WR Anthony Schwartz (hamstring)placed on active/non-football injury list
- WR Mike Woods (Achilles) placed on active/non-football injury list
- G Colby Gossett (foot) placed on active/non-football injury list
- CB Ronald Darby is working out for the Texans today, NFL Network Ian Rapoport reports, per a source. Darby, who played in Denver the past two years, is recovering nicely from a torn ACL last he suffered last season, according to Rapoport.
- DE Dawuane Smoot is re-signing with the Jaguars on a one-year deal that's worth a max value of $6.25 million and includes $3.25 million guaranteed, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported, per a source. The team has since announced the news. Rapoport reported on July 19 that Smoot was scheduled to have a free-agent visit with the Ravens next week.
- DL Nick Thurman
- DE Tyree Wilson (foot) placed on active/non-football injury list, per the NFL transaction wire
- CB Marcus Peters is scheduled to visit the Raiders on Monday, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reports, per a source. Las Vegas hosted Peters earlier this spring and will take another close look ahead of training camp, per Rapoport.
- S Kevin Byard has agreed to terms on a restructured contract for the 2023 season, lowering the Pro Bowl safety's base salary to $11 million with incentives to get back to the $14 million he was originally owed, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Friday, per a source.