BUCCANEERS: CB Rod Jones signed a two-year contract, reportedly worth about $800,000, including a base salary of $350,000 and a $25,000 roster bonus. WR Mark Carrier agreed to terms of a three-year deal that will pay him more than $2 million. He earned $175,000 last year. The only holdouts are starting CB Ricky Reynolds and starting LB Kevin Murphy.

GIANTS: LB Gary Reasons ended a 19-day absence by reporting to camp on Saturday after signing a two-year contract.

SAINTS: Reached a contractual agreement with 11th-year T Stan Brock, who after missing the first 25 days of camp in La Crosse, Wis., was expected to sign a three-year contract worth an estimated

$2.2 million. The team has six unsigned veterans, including disgruntled QB Bobby Hebert, G Steve Trapilo, DBs Toi Cook and Brett Maxie and LBs Pat Swilling and Brian Forde.

SEAHAWKS: LB Darren Comeaux agreed to a one-year contract. The Seattle Times reported yesterday that Comeaux played for $225,000 last year, plus incentives that boosted his income to about $300,000. The team originally offered a base salary of $275,000 for this year, the paper reported.