The Steelers are among the teams that have inquired about CB Nolan Carroll.
Cowboys RG Mackenzy Bernadeau has accepted a $1.15 million pay cut for 2014.
We're not sure why Bernadeau had to take a pay cut after arguably the best season of his underwhelming career, but it helps Dallas' cap situation. He's now owed a $1.1 million guaranteed salary in 2014, plus a $500,000 roster bonus. Bernadeau is expected to open the season as the Cowboys' starting right guard.
The Jets are still trying to work out a deal with free agent RT Austin Howard.
Time is almost up on the Jets as they try to bring back a player that has started every game over the last two seasons. His agent has begun to field calls from other teams. Howard is far from a dominator, but gave up just two sacks last season and is entering his age-27 season.
The Jets have inquired about free agent CB Captain Munnerlyn.
With Darrelle Revis in Tampa and Antonio Cromartie on the street, a position of strength has become a position of need for Rex Ryan. The Jets appear ready to open up their wallets, as they've also been linked to Alterraun Verner.
Vikings re-signed LB Larry Dean.
Dean avoids a restricted free agent tender by signing on the dotted line. The core special teamer had 13 tackles and two forced fumbles last season.
The Philadelphia Inquirer suggests the Eagles as a landing spot for free agent DL Mike Neal.
Coach Chip Kelly loves versatility in all his players and that's Neal's calling card. He played both outside linebacker and defensive end for the Packers, recording 9.5 sacks and six tackles for a loss over his last 27 games. He generated a team-high 37 hurries last season, also showing an ability to rush from the interior at 6'3/285.
The Redskins have expressed interest in free agent CB Corey Graham.
It doesn't look like the Ravens are going to be able to keep their valuable nickel corner from hitting the market Tuesday. Graham should be an affordable target for a Redskins team that is desperate to upgrade their pass defense by any means necessary. They had the league's No. 20 secondary last season and the No. 30 unit in 2012.
The player rep for free agent TE Andrew Quarless says he's had discussions with eight teams since Saturday.
As an all-around tight end with athletic upside, Quarless is a hot name. The Packers want him back and the Giants (with former Green Bay TE coach Ben McAdoo) are going after him as well. We don't know the other teams that have reached out to Quarless, but the Patriots, Bills, Lions, Falcons, Bucs and Jets are among the league's more tight-end needy teams.