Vikings re-signed LG Charlie Johnson to a two-year, $2.5 million contract.
Free agent RB James Starks will visit the Steelers on Monday.
The Steelers are an ideal landing spot for Starks, who posted 493 yards, four touchdowns, and a 5.53 YPC in a bounce-back 2013 season. Starks would immediately take over as the No. 2 running back behind Le'Veon Bell.
Free agent CB Aaron Berry is drawing interest from teams.
Berry, 25, missed the entire 2013 season with a torn ACL and has appeared in just 19 games over the last four seasons due to injuries. A once-promising UDFA, Berry has flashed starting-caliber tools and can contribute on special teams. Berry should only require a one-year deal and is a low-risk, high-upside signing for a team that's willing to take a chance on his health.
The Steelers haven't ruled out the possibility of re-signing free agent Emmanuel Sanders.
Sanders remains unlikely to return, but it's possible medical concerns could lead him back to Pittsburgh at the right price. ESPN.com's Scott Brown believes Sanders may have to settle for a short-term deal with little guaranteed money after playing through a foot injury last season. Sanders is reportedly seeking a contract in the range of Golden Tate's five-year, $31 million deal.
ESPN.com's Michael Rothstein considers the Lions a possible landing spot for free agent Luke McCown.
The Lions are looking for an experienced backup behind Matthew Stafford and McCown has ties to OC Joe Lombardi after spending last season with the Saints. Re-signing Shaun Hill is another possibility. McCown has a career 68.3 quarterback rating and should only require a veteran-minimum contract.
Panthers agreed to terms with S Roman Harper, formerly of the Saints, on a two-year, $4.5 million contract.
The deal includes a $1.5 million signing bonus, which could be the extent of Harper's guaranteed money. Although the Panthers' safety corps is anything but settled, it's possible Harper is being signed with a situational role in mind. Now 31, Harper can't cover, but is still a passable in-the-box safety.
ESPN.com's Dan Graziano reports the Giants are hoping for a "big leap" from DE Damontre Moore this season.
A 2013 third-round pick, Moore was limited to special teams as a rookie, playing just 136 snaps. With Justin Tuck gone, Moore is the favorite for the Giants' starting left end job opposite Jason Pierre-Paul and has the potential for a breakout year. Moore underwent shoulder surgery in February and is questionable for OTAs.
Patriots re-signed WR Julian Edelman.
Sanity wins out for both sides, though only after Edelman didn't hear the price he wanted on the open market. A slot dynamo coming off a career year where he caught 105 passes for 1,056 yards and six touchdowns, Edelman means more to the Patriots than he possibly could to any other team. However, his market likely would have been hotter if not for his injury history. Edelman was a secret weapon in 2013, but had just 69 previous career catches. With Danny Amendola returning and Aaron Dobson another year older, Edelman could be hard pressed to match last season's numbers. He'll be a WR3 in standard leagues, and WR2 in PPR.