160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! “We’re getting a dynamic back who has the potential to diversify our running game,” Ravens coach Brian Billick said. “We’ve studied him, and he brings the same passion and preparation that is common to Miami players, like our Ray Lewis and Ed Reed.” McGahee is coming off a season with a career-low 990 yards rushing, but led the Bills with six touchdowns rushing in 14starts. Wistrom let go: The Seattle Seahawks released fiery defensive end Grant Wistrom after three years of struggling to match the big contract he signed in 2004. Wistrom was scheduled to make $3.5 million for the 2007 season, part of a six-year, $33million deal Wistrom signed during the 2004 offseason. His contract included a then-club- record $14 million in guaranteed money, but Wistrom never posted big numbers with the Seahawks as he did in his first six seasons at St. Louis. Wistrom’s release comes a day after the team formally introduced new defensive end Patrick Kerney, who signed a six-year, $39.5 million contract. Over the last two years, Wistrom had four sacks in each season, and his tackles fell from 52 in 2005 to 37 last year. Wistrom missed seven games during the 2004 season with injuries – his first in Seattle. Signings: Atlanta reached agreement with wide receiver Joe Horn, the 35-year-old former New Orleans mainstay who is expected to play a lead role in new coach Bobby Petrino’s efforts to add a better passing game. … St. Louis signed tight end Randy McMichael, who was released last week by Miami. … Miami signed former New York Giants kicker Jay Feely and former Chicago safety Cameron Worrell, and re-signed 350-pound defensive tackle Keith Traylor. …. Arizona signed safety Terrence Holt, a former Detroit Lion and the brother of Rams receiver Torry Holt. … Cincinnati re-signed tight end Reggie Kelly. … Philadelphia signed wide receiver and kick returner Bethel Johnson, who played for Minnesota last season. … Washington signed offensive lineman Ross Tucker, who was out of football last season. … The New York Jets signed fullback Darian Barnes, who started sixgames for Miami last year. … Houston re-signed free agent punter Chad Stanley, who has been with the team since its inception. … Punter Andy Lee will stay with San Francisco, which matched Pittsburgh’s contract offer to the restricted free agent. Willis McGahee is in place as Jamal Lewis’ replacement in Baltimore. The day after Lewis signed with the Cleveland Browns, the Ravens obtained McGahee from Buffalo for three draft picks – a third and a seventh in this year’s draft and a third in 2008.