According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the Bengals plan to match the four-year, $12.2 million offer sheet restricted free agent Andrew Hawkins signed with the Browns.
Free agent Eric Decker is visiting the Jets Wednesday.
Decker made the flight from Denver to New Jersey on Tuesday night. The top wideout available is meeting with the team that has the biggest need, as the Jets currently feature Jeremy Kerley, David Nelson and Stephen Hill as their top-three receivers. Decker's stats have been inflated by Peyton Manning over the last two years and he may not be a "true" No. 1 wideout, but he'd be a massive upgrade for Geno Smith.
Steelers re-signed LS Greg Warren.
Warren, 32, has been Pittsburgh's deep snapper for the past nine seasons.
Browns agreed to terms with CB Isaiah Trufant, formerly of the Jets.
Trufant, 31, played just 72 snaps on defense last season but registered eight tackles on special teams. The Jets failed to tender him an offer as a restricted free agent. Trufant reunites with Mike Pettine and will compete for a roster spot.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports the Texans are interested in free agent G/T Chris Williams.
Williams started all 16 games at left guard for the Rams last season, but was overmatched both as a pass protector and run blocker. The former No. 14 overall pick of the Bears shouldn't be looked at as a starter, though the Rams appear to still see him that way and remain interested in re-signing Williams.
Free agent LB Dekoda Watson is visiting the Jaguars.
The 26-year-old appeared in 15 games last season, starting three, recording 42 tackles and two sacks. The Jaguars need upgrades at both outside linebacker spots, but need to aim higher than Watson. The Bills are also interested.
Free agent RB Anthony Dixon is visiting the Titans.
Dixon played three years for Titans RBs coach Sylvester Croom at Mississippi State, rushing for 30 touchdowns. We've always been interested to see what Dixon could do with more playing time on offense. He'd be a candidate to earn extensive playing time in Tennessee, with Chris Johnson on the way out and Shonn Greene and Jackie Battle as the only other running backs on the roster.
The Seahawks are in contract talks with free agent DT Tony McDaniel.
McDaniel, 29, signed a one-year deal with the Seahawks last offseason and ended up starting 15 games. He recorded a career-high 53 tackles and two sacks while playing top-notch run defense. McDaniel stands 6-foot-6, 325.