1:16 PM EDT, Sat March 23, 2019
Tip of the Tower 3 hours ago

Buffalo Bills add defensive depth with Maurice Alexander signing

The Buffalo Bills aren’t done with making additions to their roster ahead of the 2019 season, with the signing of linebacker/safety Maurice Alexander. Maurice Alexander joins his third NFL team in the Buffalo Bills, with the majority of his professional career coming as a special teamer. The Bills announced the signing with Alexander listed as […] Buffalo Bills add defensive depth with Maurice Alexander signing - Tip of the Tower - Tip of the Tower - A Toronto Sports Site - Maple Leafs, Blue Jays, Raptors, Toronto FC, Raptors and Argonauts
The Seattle Times 18 hours ago
Maurice Alexander now a former Seahawk, signs with Buffalo Bills

Maurice Alexander now a former Seahawk, signs with Buffalo Bills

Alexander, who played only on special teams last season, is the seventh Seahawk to sign with another team since the beginning of the free agent signing period March 13.
ClutchPoints 18 hours ago
Bills agree to deal with safety Maurice Alexander

Bills agree to deal with safety Maurice Alexander

The Buffalo Bills have added some depth to their defensive backfield. NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported on Friday that Maurice Alexander has signed with the Bills, mere minutes after the free-agent safety posted an illustration of himself wearing a Buffalo jersey on twitter. Another #Bills signing today, as Maurice Alexander agrees to terms in Buffalo […] The post Bills agree to deal with safety Maurice Alexander appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Field Gulls 19 hours ago
Buffalo Bills sign Maurice Alexander, could sign Neiko Thorpe

Buffalo Bills sign Maurice Alexander, could sign Neiko Thorpe

Maurice Alexander’s visit with the Buffalo Bills has turned into a contract with the team, as the former Seattle Seahawks special teams contributor and reserve safety agreed to a one-year, $1.375 million contract. Alexander played all of his 133 snaps exclusively on special teams in his one season with Seattle. He appeared in just nine games, missing several due to injuries. Really the only important thing out of his departure is how it affects the Seahawks’ compensatory picks entering 2020. This compensatory free agent loss pads the Seahawks more to allow them to sign a CFA of their...
Buffalo Rumblings 20 hours ago
Bills sign S Maurice Alexander to one-year deal

Bills sign S Maurice Alexander to one-year deal

The Buffalo Bills have signed safety Maurice Alexander to a one-year deal, reports Mike Rodak of ESPN. He also says the contract is worth $1.375 million. It appears Alexander himself was the first to report the news: Letssss Goo❗️❗️ #Blessed pic.twitter.com/ct1RktvF0H— Maurice〽 (@MoYo_45) March 22, 2019 Buffalo hosted Alexander on a visit earlier this week. Alexander played in nine games for the Seahawks a year ago but hasn’t started a game since 2017. While he has 23 starts over his five-year NFL career, he would be a depth option at safety and a special teamer for...

Seahawks safety to sign with Buffalo

HeraldNet.com HeraldNet.com - Everett and Snohomish County news from The Daily Herald in Everett, Washington The Seahawks used Maurice Alexander exclusively on special teams last season. Seahawks safety to sign with Buffalo Wire Service
Field Gulls Mar 20, 2019
Report: Maurice Alexander visiting Buffalo Bills

Report: Maurice Alexander visiting Buffalo Bills

The Seattle Seahawks have a few lingering free agents who’ve yet to be signed, and among them is safety Maurice Alexander. According to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, Alexander is being brought in by the Buffalo Bills on both Thursday and Friday. They’re in the hunt for safety depth, as they already have a starting pair of Jordan Poyer and Micah Hyde, but their other notables include competing Rafael Bush, Dean Marlowe, and Siran Neal. I’ve only heard of one of these three guys. Alexander is more familiar for his time with the Rams — both in St. Louis and Los Angeles — starting 20+...
Buffalo Rumblings Mar 19, 2019
Buffalo Bills hosting free agent safety Maurice Alexander, per report

Buffalo Bills hosting free agent safety Maurice Alexander, per report

Alexander a veteran depth option. The Buffalo Bills are hosting former Seattle Seahawks safety Maurice Alexander on a free-agent visit Thursday and Friday, report NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. Alexander played in nine games for the Seahawks a year ago but hasn’t started a game since 2017. Alexander, who has 23 starts over his five-year NFL career, would be a depth option at safety and a special teamer for Buffalo, competing with Rafael Bush, Dean Marlowe, and Siran Neal for a role as a backup to Micah Hyde and Jordan Poyer. He was picked by the St. Louis Rams in the 4th round of the 2014...
Field Gulls Mar 13, 2019
Seahawks 2019 free agency rumor tracker

Seahawks 2019 free agency rumor tracker

Today (Wednesday, March 13th) at 1 PM PT marks the official start of NFL free agency for the 2019 season, and all signings and trades that were agreed to in advance can be officially processed. So this is your thread for updates on free agent signings, cuts, and rumors that pertain to the Seattle Seahawks. Here are the currently unsigned unrestricted Seahawks free agents: CB Neiko ThorpeDE Dion JordanG D.J. FlukerK Sebastian Janikowski OLB K.J. WrightOLB Mychal KendricksSS Maurice Alexander Seahawks unrestricted free agents who have signed elsewhere: QB Brett Hundley - Arizona CardinalsLG...

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