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Sky Sports have selected 10 eye-catching deals made since Wednesdays free agency opening. Magasin Air Max Belgique . Kelechi Osemele to Oakland RaidersThe numbers: Five-year deal worth a maximum of $60m. The veteran of five NFL seasons can play left tackle, right tackle or guard and has benefitted from the Raiders being one of the teams with the most money under their salary cap. Osemele, who played in the Super Bowl three years ago for Baltimore Ravens, is shy of his 27th birthday and the Raiders have placed a lot in faith in his run-blocking abilities. Free agency LIVE! All the news as it happens Brock Osweiler to Houston TexansThe numbers: Four-year deal worth $72m.Having started just seven career NFL games, Osweiler has cashed in, with the Texans seemingly placing more faith in him than the Denver Broncos wanted to. He was benched for Super Bowl 50 in favour of Peyton Manning, then the Broncos prioritised other star players who were free agents, so they have lost a potential starting quarterback to Houston. Details on Brock Osweilers contract Lamar Miller to Houston TexansThe numbers: Four-year deal worth $26m, with $14m guaranteed.The Texans were built on a solid defence last year but have spent big to prop up their offensive options, with ex-Miami Dolphins running back Miller now a leading receiver for Osweiler. NFL.com believe Miller could have earned half-a-million dollars extra elsewhere per season, but opted to join Houston. He has rushed for 1,971 yards in the last two years combined.Jason Pierre-Paul staying at New York GiantsThe numbers: One-year extension worth a maximum of $10.5m.A year after his horrifying fireworks accident, JPPs career is back on the right side of the tracks. Aged 27 and a reliable run-defender, he thanked Arizona Cardinals via Instagram for pursuing him but never wanted to leave New York. NFL.com believe Pierre-Paul stood to earn more in 2016 with the Cardinals, but opted to stay put. Free agency has begun Mario Williams to Miami DolphinsThe numbers: Two-year deal worth a maximum of $17m, with $11.9m guaranteed.Released by the Buffalo Bills, he was able to beat Wednesdays free agency opening and sign on Tuesday. Aged 31, he endured a difficult 2015 and will be pressurised to replace Olivier Vernon in the Dolphins defence.Chris Ivory to Jacksonville JaguarsThe numbers: Five-year deal, $6m per seasonThe New York Jets wide receiver has been recruited by the Jags to replace the released Toby Gerhart. Ivory has gained a minimum of 800 rushing yards in each of the last three years, so Jacksonville hope he will be a better recruit than Gerhart proved to be.Olivier Vernon to New York GiantsThe numbers: Five-year deal worth a maximum of $85m, with $52.5m guaranteed.The former Dolphins player has become the highest-earning defensive player in the NFL, collecting more than JJ Watt, after swapping Miami for New York. He had a franchise tag hanging over him until the Dolphins signed Mario Williams as a replacement. The deal represents a major commitment from Miami to improve their poor defence. Olivier Vernon had a choice to make Doug Martin stay at Tampa Bay BuccaneersThe numbers: Five-year deal worth a maximum of  $35.75m, with $15m guaranteed.Tampa Bay opted not to secure Martins long-term future last year after a pair of underwhelming seasons, but have now shelled out after his changing fortunes. He rushed for 1,402 yards in 2015, second only to Adrian Peterson, and has been rewarded by the Buccs.Malik Jackson to Jacksonville JaguarsThe numbers: Six-year deal worth a maximum of $90m, with $42m guaranteed.The defensive end who scored Denver Broncos first touchdown in their victorious Super Bowl 50 has reaped the rewards by switching to Jacksonville. The Jags entered free agency with the most cap space in league history, more than $80m, and nobody has benefitted more than Jackson. Malik Jacksons Super Bowl touchdown Danny Trevathan to Chicago BearsThe numbers: Four-year deal worth a maximum of $28m.Trevathan has left Super Bowl-winning Denver to re-join coach John Fox who initially drafted him to the Broncos. He is another defensive talent who has jumped ship after a stunning Broncos campaign to get paid elsewhere. Also See: NFL Video Rookies guide NFL on Sky Sports Pundits Air Max Pas Cher . 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