Despite a frenzied first day of free agency, there are still plenty more deals to be done as day two rolls in.
As day two starts in the 2013 NFL season, the Detroit Lions moved fast by signing running back Reggie Bush on a four year contract, per NFL.com. While no monetary details have been issued as of yet, Bush will instantly start for the Lions and become the perfect back to their pass heavy game. With this signing, the Lions may have just got back into NFC North contention.
Baltimore Ravens continue to strip their defence with the release of veteran safety Bernard Pollard, according to a tweet by the player himself. With Paul Kruger and Dannell Ellerbee gone via free agency, and Ray Lewis retired, there will need to be a lot of work done to restore it to a competitive level for next year.
Kansas City add a piece to their defensive backfield, as former Atlanta Falcon Dunta Robinson has signed three year deal, via NFL.com. The cornerback will go straight in as a starter, ad will look to regain he form he showed when he first joined Atlanta, before starting to disappoint in his final two years, which ended in his release.
ESPN’s Adam Schefter has tweeted that running back Rashard Mendenhall has signed a one year deal with the Arizona Cardinals. The 28 year old running back will look to take the bulk of the load next season, and will be a good fit for a team that will likely be starting a rookie quarterback from day one.
As free agency rumbles on, there will be more rumours and deals that will be struck throughout the week, stay tuned here as we try to keep you up to date with all the deals.