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A former standout of the Buffalo Bills , who surprisingly wasn't given the franchise tag, Byrd could be an elixir to what's ailed Washington's porous defense.
The only player evaluations that matter, as far as the Eagles are concerned, are the ones done by general manager Howie Roseman and his staff.
Hallelujah Jairus Byrd didn't reach an agreement with the Buffalo Bills before the deadline to franchise tag players.
Doug Marrone 's first season at the helm of the Buffalo Bills went about as well as to be expected.
January 23, 2014; Honolulu, HI, USA; Team Rice running back Matt Forte of the Chicago Bears runs against safety Jairus Byrd of the Buffalo Bills during practice for the 2014 Pro Bowl at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam.
Jairus Byrd, S, Bills: A playmaking safety who is only 27. And he's available? What were the Bills thinking? Branden Albert, LT, Chiefs: This is a good year to bolster an offensive line via free agency.
With nine interceptions over the past two seasons, Jairus Byrd has established himself as the best safety in the NFL.
The Browns have a safety dilemma they'll need to work through if they want to protect their defense's chances of succeeding this year.
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With the news that unrestricted free agent Jairus Byrd rejected the Buffalo Bills ' contract offer that would have reportedly made him the highest paid safety in the National Football League for a portion of the deal, while paying him roughly $30 million over the first three seasons, the team will have quite a bit of money to play with this ... (more)
With the NFL increasing the salary cap by $10 million for the 2014 season, teams and players figure to be wheeling and dealing at a greater rate than they did last year when the cap stayed roughly flat compared to the previous two years.
Grimes signed a $32 million, four-year contract to remain with Miami. The deal, which includes $16 million guaranteed, rewards Grimes for his recovery from an Achilles tendon injury that forced him to miss almost all of the 2012 season.
NFL.com ranks the league's top 101 unrestricted free agents-to-be, a list that begins with Bills safety Jairus Byrd and includes three Bears players.
NFL.com draft gurus Mike Mayock and Daniel Jeremiah spent Monday updating their respective prospect evaluations.
The Buffalo Bills have announced that they will not use their franchise tag on Jairus Byrd and are likely to part ways with him.