>>Suh Signs With Miami
The Miami Dolphins have reportedly won the Ndamukong Suh sweepstakes.
Suh will sign with the Dolphins when free agency opens Tuesday, according to ESPN, for a deal that's worth as much as $114 million with about $60 million guaranteed. He will be paid $60 million in the first three years of a six-year deal.
The deal would make Suh the highest-paid defensive player in the NFL. J.J. Watt of the Houston Texans set the market in 2014 when he signed a six-year, $100 million contract with $51.8 million in guaranteed money.
Suh recorded 239 tackles, 36 sacks and one interception over five seasons with the Lions. A four-time Pro Bowl selection, Suh is known for his aggressive style of play.
>>Reports: WR Maclin Headed To KC
Jeremy Maclin is reuniting with former coach Andy Reid.
Maclin plans to sign with the Kansas City Chiefs when free agency officially begins Tuesday, according to ESPN.com.
Maclin, who signed a one-year contract prior to last season after missing all of 2013 with a torn ACL, caught 85 passes for 1,318 yards and 10 touchdowns while playing all 16 games.
Reid was the head coach of the Eagles when they selected Maclin in the first round of the 2009 draft.
Kansas City did not have a receiver with a touchdown catch in 2014.
>>Report: DB McCourty To Stay With Pats
Devin McCourty is staying put.
The safety will reportedly re-sign with the New England Patriots.
According to ESPN.com, McCourty agreed to a five-year, $47.5 million contract with $28.5 million guaranteed.
McCourty entered the league as a cornerback but has transitioned into one of the NFL's best safeties.
A first-round pick of the Patriots in 2010, McCourty has been durable throughout his career, missing only three games. He has 17 interceptions and 58 passes defensed over the first five years of his career.
>>Report: Eagles To Sign RB Gore; QB Sanchez Returns
Veteran running back Frank Gore has reportedly agreed to sign a contract with the Philadelphia Eagles when free agency begins on Tuesday.
According to multiple reports, Gore has informed those around him that he plans to sign with Philadelphia, which traded star running back LeSean McCoy to Buffalo last week.
Gore, who will turn 32 before the 2015-16 season, has spent his entire 10-year career with the San Francisco 49ers. The five-time Pro Bowler has accumulated 11,073 rush yards and 64 touchdowns in 148 career games.
The Eagles will also be bringing back quarterback Mark Sanchez on a two-year deal. The 28-year-old signed a one-year contract with the Eagles last offseason after being released by the New York Jets.
Sanchez threw for 2,418 yards with 14 touchdowns and 11 interceptions over Philly's final eight games after Nick Foles broke his clavicle Week 9 against the Houston Texans.
>>Jets RB Johnson Wounded In Drive-By Shooting
Free agent running back Chris Johnson was shot in the shoulder early Sunday morning in a drive-by shooting that left one man dead and another man injured, according to multiple reports.
The Orlando Sentinel reported that the shooting took place at about 4:09 a.m. at the intersection of Southland Boulevard and Orange Blossom Trail, according to the Orange County Sheriff's Office.
An unknown vehicle pulled up at a red light beside the Jeep Johnson was riding in and opened fire, deputies said. Johnson was wounded in the shoulder, while the driver was killed and another victim was wounded in the shoulder, hand and leg.
Johnson and the other victim are listed in stable condition. The investigation into the case is ongoing.
The 29-year-old Johnson, who attended Olympia High School in Orlando, was recently released by the New York Jets after the organization did not pick up his contract option.
>>RB McCoy Signs Five-Year Pact With Bills
The Buffalo Bills are set to give former NFL rushing champion LeSean McCoy the big payday he wanted.
The Philadelphia Inquirer reported Sunday that McCoy and the Bills have agreed to a new five-year contract that will start once the star running back is officially traded to Buffalo by the Eagles.
Philadelphia will get linebacker Kiko Alonso in the trade that was reported last week. The deal cannot be formally completed or announced until the 2015 league season begins Tuesday at 4 p.m. ET.
McCoy had three years worth $25 million remaining in his existing deal with only $1 million of his $10.25 salary for 2015 guaranteed. With his new contract, the first year is guaranteed for $16 million and he will get a total of $26.5 million guaranteed of $40 million overall.