Steelers re-signed LS Greg Warren to a one-year contract.
2016 will mark Warren's 12th year as the Steelers' long snapper. The 34-year-old hasn't missed a game since 2009.
Terrance Williams will get a raise in 2016.
According to the CBA established in 2011, players picked between Rounds 3-7 can earn a raise in the last year of their rookie contract if they play 35 percent of the team's offensive or defensive snaps in two of their first three seasons. Williams has played at least 67.9 percent of the Cowboys' snaps in each of his three seasons, which qualifies him for a $978,500 raise. Williams' teammate, S J.J. Wilcox, will also get a raise in 2016.
Robert Griffin III passed his exit physical.
That was the only hurdle in the way of the Redskins cutting him. Washington still needs to lock up Kirk Cousins but RG3 is as good as gone. The Browns, Rams and Texans are a few teams that could be in the market for a quarterback, though we're guessing Griffin III will have to settle for a backup job.
Giants DT Jay Bromley will not be charged with attempted sexual assault, according to his attorney Alex Spiro.
Police investigated Bromley following an incident at a New York City hotel on January 30. He was cleared of any wrongdoing and now the case is closed. Bromley was never likely to be charged as the New York Post reported his accuser had "significant credibility issues." Now Bromley can focus on football again.
Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald said it's "more likely" the Dolphins will bring LE Cameron Wake back at a reduced salary.
The Dolphins would save $8.4 million by cutting him outright, but Beasley thinks bringing Wake back at a reduced rate is the more likely scenario. Miami could apply a similar strategy with CB Brent Grimes, who will count $9.5 million against the cap in 2016. Wake is still recovering from a torn Achilles he suffered back in Week 7.
According to Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald, CB Jamar Taylor's days in Miami "are numbered."
The Dolphins have a ton of cap space to shed and letting Taylor go seems like a no-brainer. Taylor was an absolute train-wreck last year and didn't even play after Week 14. His criticism of the team's coaching staff didn't help matters. Taylor is only due $900,000 in 2016 but both sides seem ready to move on.
Lions signed OT Lamar Holmes to a reserve/future contract.
Holmes was a third-round pick by the Falcons in 2012 and made 19 starts for the team before suffering a season-ending broken foot in Week 4 of 2014. He never played another down for Atlanta before being released with an injury settlement back in December. Holmes will compete for a backup job in Detroit.
ESPN's Jeff Dickerson has pegged Jeremy Langford as the "heir apparent" to free agent Matt Forte in Chicago after the Bears informed Forte they won't re-sign him.
With Forte now out of the picture, the Bears' running back depth chart stands as Langford, followed by Ka'Deem Carey and Senorise Perry. (Jacquizz Rodgers joins Forte as a free agent.) Langford had some monster games as a rookie after Forte went down with a knee injury, totaling 324 yards and three touchdowns in a pair of spot starts Weeks 9 and 10. Down the stretch, he and Forte formed a committee, and it was clear the Bears were grooming Langford as the 2016 starter. The Bears will add depth, but Langford has the inside track to the starting job.