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—Yet another pass rusher became available when defensive end Chris Clemons was released by the Seahawks. Clemons was due to make $7.5 million in base salary next season. He is the fourth member of Seattle’s defense to be released or sign with another club as a free agent. Tate departs from the offense, getting a five-year deal worth $31 million with $13.25 million guaranteed, according to a person familiar with the negotiations. The person spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity because the deal had not been announced.

—Seattle did add a player finally, agreeing with former Jaguars receiver Taylor Price on a one-year deal.

—Cornerback Corey Graham’s agent said on Twitter the player agreed to a four-year contract with the Bills, leaving the Ravens.

—Returner-receiver Jacoby Jones agreed to a four-year contract to stay with the Ravens.

—Linebacker Jon Beason agreed to stay with the Giants, who also re-signed kicker Josh Brown and safety Stevie Brown.

—Cornerback Eric Wright re-signed with the 49ers.

—Offensive lineman David Stewart was waived by the Titans after failing a physical.

—Saints running back Pierre Thomas agreed to a two-year contract extension.

—Miami defensive tackle Randy Starks signed a $12 million, two-year contract.

—Tight end David Johnson joined the Chargers from Pittsburgh, which re-signed safety Will Allen, long snapper Greg Warren and offensive lineman Cody Wallace.

—Former Seahawks safety Chris Maragos and former Texans linebacker Bryan Braman joined the Eagles.

—Linebacker Dekoda Watson went to the Jaguars from the Bucs.

—Former Rams guard Chris Williams went to the Bills — then joked he was prepared to go anywhere to get a chance to play.

“I’d go to Antarctica,” Williams said. “But Buffalo’s a lot better than Antarctica, so I’m just excited to be here.”