NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Seahawks are interested in re-signing free agent Sidney Rice.
Rice could take Golden Tate's old spot on the perimeter of Seattle's offense. Rice was released by the Seahawks in a needed cap maneuver, but the club still believes he can help their passing game. When healthy, Rice remains an effective winner of jump-balls and can score touchdowns. He's also only 27.
Free agent Emmanuel Sanders will visit the Chiefs on Friday.
Sanders is making the rounds; he's already talked to the Jaguars and Bucs and has also drawn a bit of interest from the Jets. In Kansas City, Sanders could make Donnie Avery expendable or even replace Dexter McCluster in the slot.
As day three of NFL free agency nears a close, Henry Melton is Rotoworld's top-rated defensive tackle left unsigned.
Melton is currently in Minneapolis visiting the Vikings. There is a healthy amount of defensive line talent still available, including Julius Peppers, Jared Allen, Antonio Smith, Corey Wootton, B.J. Raji, and Alex Carrington. For a comprehensive list of all the free agents left on the board, click the link below.
Free agent Ben Tate is in Cleveland on Thursday for his Browns visit.
The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports Tate's visit, originally scheduled for Wednesday, was delayed by weather. There's still a chance Tate signs on his first visit. Tate is our top free agent running back still available, followed by Andre Brown, Knowshon Moreno, Maurice Jones-Drew, James Starks, LeGarrette Blount, and Anthony Dixon. It's not a good year to be a free agent back.
Vikings signed CB Derek Cox, formerly of the Chargers, to a one-year contract.
Cox was one of the top free-agent corners last March and signed a four-year, $20 million deal with the Chargers. He was flat-out awful and got his walking papers earlier this month. With the Jaguars from 2009-2012, Cox flashed No. 1 abilities. If he's to resurrect his career, going to Minnesota and playing for Mike Zimmer is the spot. Cox could start opposite Xavier Rhodes, with Captain Munnerlyn in the slot. Cox is still only 27 years old.
Chargers signed CB Brandon Ghee, formerly of the Bengals, to a two-year contract.
Ghee, 27 in June, appeared in ten games last season but played just 80 defensive snaps. He missed the entire 2012 season with a wrist injury. The former third-round pick will compete for a roster spot and play special teams.
Chargers re-signed LB Reggie Walker.
Walker, 27, made six starts out of desperation last season, recording three sacks and 36 tackles. He'll return to contribute primarily on special teams.
Rams re-signed SLB Jo-Lonn Dunbar to a two-year, $3.5 million contract.
Thus ending Ray-Ray Armstrong's brief stay atop St. Louis' "Sam" 'backer depth chart. Dunbar, who turned 29 today, made ten starts in 2013, finishing with 39 empty tackles. His run defense slipped, but he's familiar with new DC Gregg Williams from New Orleans and a favorite of the coaching staff. Dunbar is a two-down linebacker across from James Laurinaitis and Alec Ogletree.