FOX Sports' Mike Garafolo reports the 49ers, Jaguars and Browns are interested in free agent RB Toby Gerhart.
It's unknown if Gerhart has scheduled any visits. He'd be reuniting with college coach Jim Harbaugh in San Francisco, though the 49ers' stable is already full at running back. Gerhart is coming off a nice year backing up Adrian Peterson, but has never shown anything to suggest he could be a lead NFL back.
The Redskins have scheduled a visit for free agent CB Corey Graham.
The Skins' top competitors for Graham appear to be the Ravens and Giants, although this will be Graham's first visit, giving Washington the edge to land him. He is a highly versatile special teamer and sub-package defensive back.
The Bengals will host free agent OG Uche Nwaneri on Thursday.
Nwaneri is a power blocker in the Bengals' mold. He could push LG Clint Boling for snaps in Cincinnati. Nwaneri, 30, should be quite affordable.
The New York Daily News reports Darrelle Revis would "love" a reunion with the Jets.
Revis has found the grass isn't always greener away from Gang Green. The Jets are in the market for a new No. 1 corner after releasing Antonio Cromartie, and will certainly look into Revis if/when he hits the open market. They'll likely be one of the finalists.
The Texans declined to tender restricted free agents WR Lestar Jean, OLB Bryan Braman, and DT Terrell McClain.
Jean has been an annual preseason hype all-star, but his exhibition game success never translated to real game action and he was off scholarship after Houston's coaching staff change. Braman was a core special teams player.
The Giants are expected to use newly signed Geoff Schwartz at right tackle.
It sounds like they'll be moving 2013 first-rounder Justin Pugh to left tackle, replacing 2013 flop Will Beatty. This is just a tentative plan, however, as positions will be decided on the practice field in training camp. If Beatty takes a step forward, there's a chance Pugh could move to left guard.
Chiefs re-signed S Husain Abdullah to a two-year contract.
Abdullah, 29 in July, couldn't overtake Kendrick Lewis for starting free safety duties last season, but did contribute on special teams and had a 44-yard pick six on defense. He should be Kansas City's third safety in 2014.
Free agent LB Wesley Woodyard is scheduled to visit the Titans after he meets with the Patriots Wednesday.
Woodyard is going to have a solid market because he's just 27 years old and can cover. In today's NFL, sub-package linebackers have value even if they're undersized.