According to the New York Post, free agent Michael Vick remains the Jets top choice at quarterback.
Free agent CB will visit the Redskins Thursday night.
The Redskins were expected to make secondary upgrades their main priority this week. Instead, they've been innocent bystanders while watching other teams spend cash. Browner, who is suspended for the first four games of 2014, was meeting with the Patriots during the day Thursday.
According to CSN New England, the Browns are making a "strong push" for free agent Julian Edelman.
The Bengals are expected to match the Browns' offer sheet to Andrew Hawkins, so Cleveland remains on the hunt for a slot receiver. They won't find a better one available than Edelman, who is coming off a 105-catch season and is also a major asset in the punt return game. Brian Hoyer's old friend would be a fine underneath complement to explosive Josh Gordon.
Saints traded RB Darren Sproles to the Eagles in exchange for a fifth-round pick.
The NFL's No. 2 offense just got more dangerous. Chip Kelly is a master at using dynamic, versatile talents in space to his advantage, and Sproles fits that bill perfectly. He's caught 70+ passes in each of the last three seasons. Sproles will split out wide some, provide a major boost in the return game and give LeSean McCoy some third-down breaks as he comes off a 366-touch season. Sproles turns 31 in June, but is entering the final year of his contract. It's a low-risk, high-upside move for an Eagles team with sights set on the Super Bowl. They had two fifth-round picks as a result of the Isaac Sopoaga trade.
Free agent OLB LaMarr Woodley is scheduled to visit the Titans Friday.
This has been the expected landing spot for Woodley all along. New Titans defensive coordinator Ray Horton was in Pittsburgh during Woodley's first four NFL seasons and he's now installing a 3-4 in Tennessee. The only question is if the Oakland -- where Woodley visited Wednesday -- will blow him away with an offer he can't refuse. Reggie McKenzie has cap space to burn.
Free agent WR Domenik Hixon is visiting the Bears Thursday.
The Panthers are not interested in bringing Hixon back even though their receiving corps is an empty cupboard. That should speak volumes. The 29-year-old ex-Giant is a No. 4 receiver and middling return man.
Ndamukong Suh said he's not working on an extension with the Lions right now.
Suh carries a $22.4 million cap number in 2014, the second-biggest number in the league. The Lions were hoping to hammer out a new deal before free agency opened, clearing some cap room in the process, but it didn't happen. Expect the two sides to revisit talks once the dust from free agency settles.
Free agent S Roman Harper visited the Panthers Wednesday.
The Panthers are in the market for safety help after losing Mike Mitchell to the Steelers and as Charles Godfrey rehabs an Achilles' tendon tear. Harper, 31, is a two-time Pro Bowler that was released by the Saints last month after battling knee issues in 2013. He won't be expensive.