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Tre Boston wants team he fits well in, can win a Super Bowl


Safety visited the Chargers, Bills and Steelers last May after the Panthers cut him. He signed a one-year deal with Los Angeles. That means he hits free agency again in March, and this time, he is seeking a long-term deal. Boston played the most snaps of any of the team’s defenders in 2017. He tied for fifth in the NFL with five interceptions. (NBC Sports)

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