Falcons agreed to terms with DT Paul Soliai, formerly of the Dolphins.
Bucs re-signed CB Danny Gorrer to a one-year contract.
Gorrer came off groin surgery to appear in seven games down the stretch last season. He'll compete for a roster spot at training camp.
Bills re-signed K Dan Carpenter.
Carpenter had trouble near the end of his Dolphins tenure, but converted 33-of-36 field-goal attempts last season. He was 4-of-6 from 50-plus yards. Carpenter owns a career 83.8 conversion rate.
Redskins sign G Shawn Lauvao for four years, $17 million.
Lauvao missed the beginning of last season with an ankle injury, but was an every down player for the Browns beginning Week 5. He struggled as a run blocker in 2013, but has been a solid blocker in his career and should add beef to a smallish Washington offensive line.
Jaguars agreed to terms with LG Zane Beadles, formerly of the Broncos, on a five-year, $30 million contract.
GM Dave Caldwell stated all along that his top priority was to upgrade the interior of Jacksonville's offensive line. Beadles had a down year in 2013 but is normally a well above-average pass protector. He and LT Luke Joeckel will hold down the left side of the Jaguars' line for years to come. Beadles got $13 million guaranteed.
Bears re-signed LB D.J. Williams.
Williams will be depth and competition in the middle for Jon Bostic. Of course, the injury-prone veteran will have to stay healthy. Williams lived up to his reputation by missing 10 games last year due to a torn pectoral.
Colts re-signed S Sergio Brown.
Brown is one of the Colts' special teams aces. He played only 28 snaps on defense last season.
Buccaneers sign DT Clinton Mcdonald for four years, $12 million.
It is quite a turnaround for a player released by the Seahawks during training camp last season. McDonald racked up 5.5 sacks and 42 tackles after being re-signed by Seattle after Week 1, and was superb during the Hawks Super Bowl run.