Malcolm Brown will remain in Los Angeles.
The running back's deal with the Rams is for two years with a $3.3 million base salary, per NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport. He'll receive $2.1 million in practical guarantees ($1 million base guaranteed and $1.1 million roster bonus, which will be issued April 15), Rapoport adds.
Other transactions we're monitoring on Friday:
- The Buffalo Bills are signing tight end Jake Fisher to a one-year contract, the team announced. Buffalo also agreed to a one-year deal for $1.375 million with safety Maurice Alexander, Rapoport reported. Alexander was with the Seahawks last season, playing in nine games with no starts. He played the previous four years with the Rams, starting 23 of 41 games.
- The Houston Texans are bringing back versatile backup quarterback Joe Webb III, the ream announced on Friday. Contract terms were not disclosed for the player who was used primarily on special teams and tallied three tackles in his first season with the Texans. Previously, Webb has played for the Vikings, Panthers and Bills and also been used as a receiver (he had two catches for Houston).
- The Detroit Lions and cornerback Rashaan Melvin agreed to terms on a one-year deal worth $3.5 million, Rapoport reported on Friday. It will be Melvin's fifth franchise in six seasons.
- The Miami Dolphins are re-signing linebacker Mike Hull, the team announced on Friday. A valuable special teams contributor, Hull has started five games in 43 career games.