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Seahawks’ Pete Carroll Impressed with Jarran Reed

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The Seattle Seahawks’ interior defensive lineman Jarran Reed continues to turn heads and impress.

Following an impressive season in 2018 which saw him reach career highs in tackles, pressures, sacks, and tackles for loss, Reed continues to make an impression.

You know he’s always been one of our better players and a great leader on the team and all of that, but to see him improve that much was really something and, so, (we’re) just thrilled about the part that he plays on this team,” Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said, according to The Athletic.

“He is a very, very good ball player and I think he is going to continue to get better. There is a big upside.”

Reed’s rookie deal will expire following the 2019 season, and he is looking at a big payday when it does.

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Redskins Release Mason Foster

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The Washington Redskins have released veteran linebacker Mason Foster, according to ESPN’s John Keim.

The decision to cut Foster is odd, as he led the team in tackles last season and the Redskins lost Reuben Foster due to a torn ACL during spring workouts.

However, Washington did sign veteran linebacker Jon Bostic.

Foster’s agent, Blake Baratz, ripped the organization for the timing of the decision.

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Cowboys Release Allen Hurns

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The Dallas Cowboys have released veteran wide receiver Allen Hurns, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

Dallas apparently asked Hurns to take a pay cut this offseason, so it’s likely that their request and this release are related.

Hurns hauled in 20 passes for 295 yardss and 2 touchdowns last season, which was a far cry from expectations when the Cowboys inked him to a two-year, $12 million contract.

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Bengals, Tyler Boyd Agree to Contract Extension

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The Cincinnati Bengals and wide receiver Tyler Boyd have agreed to a four-year, $43 million contract extension, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

Boyd’s new deal will keep him in Cincinnati through the 2023 season, and he now becomes one of the league’s top-paid slot receivers.

Boyd hauled in 76 receptions for 1,028 yards and 7 touchdowns for the Bengals last season.

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