After losing both starting safeties in Bernard Pollard and Ed Reed, the Baltimore Ravens have shored up the back-end of their defense by signing free agent Michael Huff. The team announced today they’d agreed to a 3-year deal with the former Oakland Raider, who has experience playing both safety spots, as well as cornerback.
Huff has started all 16 regular season games in six of his seven seasons with Oakland, and has had three seasons of 75+ tackles in 2006, 2008 and 2010. He alo has 11 career interceptions.
The Cleveland Browns have signed former Chicago Bears backup QB Jason Campbell to a two-year deal, which will likely lead to the trade or release of Colt McCoy. Some have even speculated that Campbell will challenge Brandon Weeden for the starting job.
The Pittsburgh Steelers are hoping to know before April’s draft what tight end Heath Miller can provide this season after tearing his ACL in Week 16 last year.