NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reported Wednesday the defensive tackle has agreed to a three-year, $11.4 million contract with the team, including $4 million in guarantees.
Hill remains something of a gamble. With just five starts over the past three seasons, Hill totaled just 14 tackles in 2012. Still, Pro Football Focus graded him positively as a pass rusher after he chalked up 17 quarterback hurries. Of the remaining free-agent defensive tackles, we had Hill ranked seventh, right below Terrance Knighton, who joined the Denver Broncos, and above Isaac Sopoaga, who signed with the Philadelphia Eagles.