Steelers has agree to re-sign key man who left for rivals last year due to…

The Pittsburgh Steelers have agreed to terms with former Ravens safety Deshon Elliott per Bleacher Report’s Jordan Schultz.

The deal is for a reported two years and $6 million.

Baltimore drafted Elliott in 2018 in the sixth round and he became a regular starter in 2020. Elliott played 50 games for the Ravens, Lions and Dolphins in the past four seasons.

He now joins former Ravens linebacker Patrick Queen in the Steelers’ secondary.

The Baltimore Ravens are losing their return specialist. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Jacksonville Jaguars are signing Devin Duvernay to a two-year deal worth $8.5 million.

 Former Minnesota Vikings Kirk Cousins has reportedly agreed to a four-year deal with the Atlanta Falcons. No other terms of the agreement were made public.

 Former New York Giants running back and Ravens free agent target Saquon Barkley has reportedly agreed to terms for a three-year deal with the Philadelphia Eagles on Monday.

Per Adam Schefter of ESPN, Barkley’s contract is for $37.75 million and includes $26 million fully guaranteed at signing, and is worth a maximum of $46.75 million.

Barkley took to social media to confirm the report.

“Thank you to everyone who has shown me love and support over the past six years,” Barkley said in a separate post. “[F]orever grateful! Excited for the next chapter.”

 Former Las Vegas Raiders running back is headed north from the desert to the frozen tundra. Jacobs and the Green Bay Packers have reportedly agreed to terms.

Last season, Jacobs led the NFL with 1,653 yards and added 400 yards receiving. All after the Raiders declined his fifth-year option.

Former Dallas Cowboys running back Tony Pollard will have a new address after agreeing to a three-year, $24 million deal with the Tennessee Titans.

It’s the second consecutive season the Cowboys have said goodbye to their RB1 after releasing Ezekiel Elliott last offseason.

The Ravens will still have interest in other top-tier running backs.

 D’Andre Swift reportedly will be the first free agent running back to sign with a new team. According to KPRC, Swift will sign a three-year, $24 million deal with the Chicago Bears when free agency starts on Wednesday. The Ravens have been connected with Swift, Derrick Henry, Josh Jacobs and Saquon Barkley since the end of last season.

After an impressive end to the regular season with the Cleveland Browns after taking over for an injured Deshaun Watson, former Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco will hit free agency at the age of 39.

Flacco said he would like an opportunity to start. But the Browns are at the top of his list of desired destinations. If Cleveland decides to bring Flacco back, it’s going to create some tension on the team and in the quarterback room.

Flacco looked better in a handful of games last season than Watson has looked since arriving in Cleveland via trade from the Houston Texans.

“This is the year that Deshaun Watson — if he is ever going to justify that deal — this is the year,” Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk said on Thursday, March 7. “It helps to have somebody who can play like Joe Flacco did. Does it help Deshaun Watson, though, to have Joe Flacco around, especially if he struggles at any point in the season?

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