Titans re-signed RB/KR Leon Washington.
Washington finished out 2013 as the Titans' return specialist. He'll fight for a job on special teams.
Free agent CB Nolan Carroll will visit the Bills.
It will be Carroll's first trip of free agency. He's been linked to several teams the past week, but we doubt his market will be scorching hot. Carroll knows the division, and the Bills have a need at corner opposite Stephon Gilmore.
Browns signed SS Donte Whitner to a four-year, $28 million contract.
The Browns replace T.J. Ward with Whitner, a two-time Pro Bowler and a true intimidater over the middle. He was ProFootballFocus' No. 6 safety in the league last season. With Joe Haden and rumors of a Darrelle Revis pursuit, the Browns secondary is looking fearsome.
Lions re-signed WR Kevin Ogletree to a one-year deal.
Ogletree caught 13 passes in 12 games for the Lions last season. He's currently near the top of the depth chart, but that should change by the time the draft is through.
Free agent Josh McCown will visit the Bucs, Texans and Jets.
McCown will visit the Bucs first. All three clubs are quarterback-needy, but the Bucs and Bears are believed to be the favorites for McCown's services. Quite often in free agency, players never leave their first visit.
Falcons released FS Thomas DeCoud.
DeCoud's $4.2 million would have become guaranteed on March 15, and releasing him now saves the Falcons $3 million against the cap. After making the Pro Bowl in 2012, DeCoud was routinely burned on the back end last season. We don't expect him to have a strong market. DeCoud turns 29 in eight days.
Bills re-signed TE Mike Caussin.
Caussin spent 2013 on injured reserve with a hip injury after missing 2012 with a torn ACL. He'll be hard pressed to crack the 53-man roster.
Redskins re-signed WR Santana Moss to a one-year contract.
No terms are available yet, but it's going to be a minimum kind of deal. Moss will turn 35 in June and is coming off a poor 42-452-2 campaign. Andre Roberts has reportedly agreed to a deal to be the Redskins slot receiver, which would make Moss the No. 4 or 5 wideout.