Free agent Ted Ginn is visiting the Bucs.
As is ex-Pats special teamer Dane Fletcher. With the Bucs loading up on veteran talent, Ginn would be a deep threat as a No. 3/4 receiver. The Bucs have also been linked to Steve Smith.
The deal between free agent OLB O'Brien Schofield and the Giants is on hold due to medical concerns.
After putting Schofield through a physical, the Giants have questions about his knee. He tore his ACL at the Senior Bowl in 2010.
The Charlotte Observer reports Oakland and Tampa Bay will be potential landing spots if/when Steve Smith is released, in addition to Baltimore.
We'd have to imagine Baltimore would be Smith's preference, though joining a veteran-laden Bucs squad that gets two shots a year at Carolina would likely have some appeal. The Raiders have no veteran talent at receiver, but would almost certainly have to overpay to lure Smith west. It wouldn't be a setup for either side.
Updating a previous item, the Titans have not signed free agent NT Al Woods.
A previous report indicated they had, but the beat reporter has retracted. Woods is visiting Tennessee on Wednesday, and is scheduled to visit the Packers on Thursday. He has a third meeting lined up with Arizona for Friday.
Free agent DT Jason Hatcher will visit the Raiders on Wednesday.
That's provided he escapes Seattle without a deal. Hatcher would be the best player the Raiders have brought in for a visit, though he's going on 32. Coming off a career year, he'd go a long way toward fortifying a pitiful pass rush, but is a curious fit for a rebuilding team.
Sources tell the New York Daily News that the Jets have "real interest" in free agent WR James Jones.
No visit has been scheduled yet as the Jets are hosting Eric Decker Wednesday. If Decker gets away or proves too expensive, John Idzik could very well turn his attention to Jones. The ex-Packer will turn 30 years old later this month and was saddled with a drop-prone label early in his career, but would be a nice complement to one of the stud wideouts the Jets are sure to look at early in May's draft. He's certainly an upgrade on Jeremy Kerley, David Nelson and Stephen Hill.
Bucs agreed to terms with QB Josh McCown, formerly of the Bears, on a two-year, $10 million deal.
McCown is leaving quarterback whisperer Marc Trestman behind for a chance to compete for a starting job. New Bucs coach Lovie Smith has never been one for young players, and will likely give McCown every opportunity to unseat Mike Glennon. McCown's play as a 34-year-old journeyman was one of the best stories of the 2013 season, but a feat he's going to have major trouble repeating without Trestman's guiding hand. New Bucs OC Jeff Tedford is a quarterback guru in his own right, but has never coached at the NFL level. McCown is worth rooting for, but there's major bust potential here.
Cowboys signed DE Jeremy Mincey to a two-year contract.
Mincey, 30, got into hot water for rules violations in Jacksonville last year and found himself waived in December. The Broncos picked him up, and he served as a rotational end during their playoff run. Mincey hasn't posted more than three sacks in a season since 2011, but the Cowboys are desperate to just add bodies to their paper-thin defensive line. He'll have a chance at significant snaps.