Devin McCourty and the New England Patriots have agreed to terms on a new contract, according to multiple reports.

ESPN reported the deal is for five years and $47.5 million, with $28.5 million guaranteed.

McCourty, a safety for the Super Bowl champs, was set to become a free agent Tuesday. A 2010 first-round pick out of Rutgers, McCourty signed a five-year, $10 millon deal as a rookie.

In the 2014 regular season, McCourty had two interceptions and 68 tackles and defended six passes.

He also had an interception in the Patriots’ 35-31 win over the Ravens in the divisional round of the playoffs.

EAGLES: Two people familiar with the moves say five-time Pro Bowl running back Frank Gore, cornerback Byron Maxwell and quarterback Mark Sanchez have agreed to contracts with Philadelphia.

Both sources spoke on condition of anonymity because the deals can’t be finalized until 4 p.m. Tuesday.

Free agents were allowed to start negotiating with teams Saturday.

Gore leaves the San Francisco 49ers as the franchise’s all-time leading rusher after 10 seasons. His contract is for three years and reportedly includes $7.5 million guaranteed.

Gore will help replace LeSean McCoy, a two-time All-Pro who will be traded to the Buffalo Bills on Tuesday for linebacker Kiko Alonso.

Maxwell started 17 games for the Seattle Seahawks over the last two seasons. His deal is for five years and reportedly is worth $54 million, with $25 million guaranteed.

BILLS: Running back LeSean McCoy has agreed to a restructured five-year, $40 million contract.

JETS: Running back Chris Johnson and another passenger were shot in their shoulders while stopped at a traffic light in Orlando, Florida, early Sunday morning, and the driver of the vehicle they were in was killed.

Johnson and the other passenger, Reggie Johnson, were in stable condition at a hospital.

Sheriff’s deputies said another vehicle pulled up to the Jeep the men were in and opened fire. The Jeep’s driver, Dreekius Oricko Johnson, was killed.

Deputies said no arrests had been made, and investigators were seeking witnesses to the shooting.

PACKERS: A person familiar with the negotiations says receiver Randall Cobb has agreed to a four-year, $40 million deal to stay with Green Bay.