NFL Almanac – 5/15

2013 draft picks signed

  • Chiefs – signed FB Braden Wilson, 4th-round, pick #204.
  • Buffalo – signed LB Kiko Alonso, 2nd-round, pick #46.
  • Dallas – signed DB B.W Webb, 4th-round, pick #114.
  • Minnesota – signed P Jeff Locke, 5th-round, pick #155; G
    Jeff Baca, 6th-round, pick #196; G
    Travis Bond, 7th-round, pick #214.
  • Tampa Bay – signed DT Akeem Spence, 4th-round, pick #100.
  • Washington – signed RB Chris Thompson, 5th-round, pick #154.

Waiver claims

  • Detroit – claimed DB De’Quan Menzie on waivers from the Chiefs.
  • Miami – claimed WR Marvin McNutt on waivers from Philadelphia.

Players signed

  • Baltimore – signed QB Dayne Crist.
  • Carolina – signed P Jordan Gay.
  • Houston – signed C Tyler Horn.
  • Miami – signed QB Aaron Corp.
  • Oakland – signed WR Josh Cribbs (Cleveland); signed QB Matt McGloin.
  • Tennessee – signed LB Greg Jones (Jacksonville); RB Alvester Alexander.

Players released

  • Dallas – released DT Brian Price (injury settlement).
  • Houston – released RB George Winn,
    OT Dann O’Neill.
  • Jacksonville – released OT Jeff Nady.
  • Miami – released LS Patrick Scales, DT Chas Alecxih (injured).
  • New England – released/non-football illness DT Kyle Love.
  • Tennessee – released RB Stefphon Jefferson.

Other moves

Retirement – N.Y. Jets QB David Garrard told his teammates on Wednesday that he was retiring because of continuing problems with the knee he injured last year. Garrard figured to have a chance to be the Jets starter with Matt Sanchez and rookie Geno Smith battling for the backup job.

Retirement – troubled LB Rolando McClain has abruptly decided to retire on Wednesday at the age of 23. The Baltimore Ravens placed him on the reserve/retired list. He signed on April 12 with the Ravens, and then was arrested on April 22 in his hometown of Decatur, Alabama and charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. IT was his third arrest in 16 months. He was the No. 8 pick of the 2010 NFL Draft by the Raiders.

N.Y. Jets – parted ways with assistant GM Scott Cohen and director of football administration Ari Nissim.

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