American Football - Reed joins Texans

Safety Ed Reed reached agreement with the Houston Texans on a three-year, $15 million contract that includes $5 million in guaranteed money.

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Ed Reed of the Baltimore Ravens holds aloft the Vince Lombardi Trophy following their 34-31 victory over the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII (AFP)

Reed, 34, spent his entire 11-year career with the Baltimore Ravens.

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Brian Urlacher apparently isn't going back to the Chicago Bears. He still wants to play next year, but at this point he doesn't know where.

Urlacher was unable to work out a new contract with the Bears.

"I'm ... excited," he said on the Dan Patrick Show. "I get a chance to look around and see what's out there, if there's anything out there at all."

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One day after Chicago parted company with Urlacher, the Bears and former Denver Broncos linebacker D.J. Williams agreed to a one-year contract.

The deal includes a $900,000 base salary with up to $850,000 in incentives, according to USA Today.

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Add the Miami Dolphins to the teams that have shown an interest in signing defensive end Elvis Dumervil.

The Denver Broncos, who released Dumervil last week in a fax snafu, already made an offer to re-sign him.

The Baltimore Sun reported the Ravens have shown an interest in Dumbervil, and the Denver Post reported the Dolphins and Tennessee Titans also jumped into the discussions.

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The Kansas City Chiefs are willing to listen to offers for left tackle Branden Albert, but they have a price in mind for their franchise player.

The Chiefs want a second-round pick in the 2013 NFL Draft and a selection in 2014, ESPN reported. According to the report, trade discussions have taken place with the Miami Dolphins and other teams.

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Free-agent tight end Kellen Davis signed a one-year contract with the Cleveland Browns, according to multiple reports.

Davis was cut by the Chicago Bears after the 2012 season.

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Exclusive rights free agent nose tackle Martin Tevaseu signed his tender with the Indianapolis Colts. The fourth-year veteran will receive $555,000 this season.

Tevaseau was acquired on waivers by the Colts last September after playing two years with the New York Jets.

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