The Packers extended the original pick tender to restricted free agent LB Jamari Lattimore.
Lattimore, a core special teamer and backup linebacker, will earn $1.431 million in 2014. Most expected the Packers to let him walk in free agency. Lattimore was signed as an undrafted free agent out of Middle Tennessee State.
The San Francisco Chronicle reports the Raiders are "strong players" for Darrelle Revis.
Reporter Vittorio Tafur also confirms the Browns are firmly in the mix. It's unclear if the Raiders would be willing to trade for Revis at his current salary, but they certainly have the cap room. Trade would be Oakland's only means of acquiring one of the game's top corners, as there's almost no way he'd sign as a free agent with a team so far away from contention.
The Browns have reportedly emerged as the favorite to land free agent ILB Karlos Dansby.
The Cardinals and Titans are also in the mix, but it sounds like the Browns are offering the most cash. It's a strong play as new coach Mike Pettine installs his difference-making defensive scheme. Dansby would be a significant upgrade on D'Qwell Jackson, who was cut two weeks ago and subsequently signed a $22 million deal with the Colts.
The San Francisco Chronicle reports five teams are interested in free agent CB Mike Jenkins.
Jenkins' agent could just be drumming up interest. The soon-to-be 29-year-old started 15 games for the Raiders last season, notching two interceptions and six pass breakups. The Cardinals have been mentioned as a suitor.
The San Francisco Chronicle reports that the Raiders are interested in free agent Josh McCown, but that "many believe" it's down to the Bears and Bucs for his services.
The Raiders have the most compelling need, but would likely have to significantly outbid the Bears to lure McCown away from coach Marc Trestman. There would be a delicious irony in a resurgent McCown departing Chicago for Tampa and Lovie Smith, who oversaw years of offensive futility in the Windy City. McCown should have a new deal within the next 24 hours.
The Jets could show interest in Miles Austin if/when he's cut by the Cowboys.
Austin is expected to be designated as a post-June 1 cut, saving the Cowboys $5.5 million. He's been highly injury-prone and ineffective ever since his 2009 breakout, but he'd be cheap flier for a Jets team that's absolutely desperate for weapons. The top-three wideouts on their depth chart right now are Jeremy Kerley, David Nelson and Stephen Hill.
Falcons re-signed DT Jonathan Babineaux to a three-year contract.
Babineaux, 32, has spent his entire nine-year career in Atlanta since being a second-round pick in 2005. After re-signing DT Corey Peters last week, the Falcons are returning their starting defensive tackle duo. They need to continue to seek upgrades at the position and have been linked to free agent DTs Paul Soliai and Randy Starks. Babineaux is just a run stuffer at this stage of his career.
Free agent LB Wesley Woodyard will visit the Patriots.
It's unclear when Woodyard will make the trip to Foxboro, but it will be his first visit of free agency and could take place on Tuesday. Woodyard was stretched as the Broncos' middle linebacker last season but proved to be an above-average weak-side 'backer in 2012. The Cowboys are also interested in Woodyard.