Colts signed DE Arthur Jones.
Dolphins signed OT Branden Albert, formerly of the Chiefs, to a five-year, $46 million contract.
The deal includes a whopping $25 million guaranteed. It's a huge price to pay for a player who's always been short of elite, but the Dolphins had essentially no choice considering the beating Ryan Tannehill took in 2013. Albert has missed seven games with injury over the past two seasons, but will stabilize the Dolphins' blindside when he's on the field. He turns 30 in November.
Bills release Kevin Kolb.
Still not cleared from a concussion suffered in the 2013 preseason, this transaction may end Kolb's career. Kolb has thrown for 5206 yards and started 21 games in his career.
Titans agreed to terms with WR/PR Dexter McCluster, formerly of the Chiefs, on a three-year contract.
The deal is worth "up to" $12 million, and includes $4.5 million guaranteed. It's surprising that McCluster was the Titans' first order of business, as receiver is one of the few places they have depth. Either way, McCluster is a nifty No. 3/4 pass catcher, and a game-breaker on special teams. Although he's coming off a career year as a wideout, returns is where he'll make his impact in Tennessee.
Raiders agreed to terms with LT Rodger Saffold, formerly of the Rams, on a five-year, $42.5 million contract.
Bucs signed TE Brandon Myers, formerly of the Giants, to a two-year, $4 million contract.
The Bucs needed an upgrade on pass-catching specialist Tim Wright. They find it in uninspiring yet inexpensive Myers, a plodding in-line tight end that posted a 47-522-4 line with the Giants last season. He's best served as part of a committee.
Cardinals agreed to terms with LT Jared Veldheer, formerly of the Raiders, on a five-year, $35 million contract.
Veldheer's signing with Arizona was one of the worst kept secrets over eval tampering weekend. He'll slide in on Carson Palmer's blind side, replacing the underwhelming duo of Bradley Sowell and Nate Potter. Veldheer is an elite pass protector and is built like the Hulk. He'll have his hands full in the NFC West with the likes of Robert Quinn, Aldon Smith, and the number of Seahawks pass rushers.
Bears signed DE Lamarr Houston, formerly of the Raiders, to a five-year, $35 million contract.
Houston will be Julius Peppers' replacement. The deal includes $15 million guaranteed, and $21 million over the first three years. It's a pretty penny for a player with only 16 career sacks, but Houston is coming off a breakout year, and is still just 27 (in June). Considering all the Raiders' cap space, it's surprising they'd let Houston get away.