Free agent Anthony Dixon has left his Titans visit without a contract, and will visit the Bills next.
Dixon would be an intriguing addition in run-heavy Buffalo, but the Bills appear unlikely to release Fred Jackson heading into the final year of his contract. That means that, as he was in San Francisco, Dixon would be no higher than third on the depth chart. He'd be an upgrade on Tashard Choice.
Patriots DT Tommy Kelly restructured his contract, clearing $800,000 in salary cap space.
He's now on a one-year, $1.85 million deal with another $645,000 available through playing-time incentives. We're a bit surprised Kelly wasn't simply released outright. He is 33 years old and tore his right ACL in Week 5 last year. Kelly only has $100,000 guaranteed, so he won't be assured a roster spot.
The Redskins' one-year deal with G/T Bruce Campbell has been voided due to a failed physical.
It's probably for the best, seeing as Campbell isn't an NFL-caliber lineman. Campbell had a rotator cuff surgery last fall, which apparently never healed properly. Perhaps he'll get another look if he has the shoulder re-repaired.
ESPN's John Clayton reports the Saints are "looking at" free agent CB Brandon Browner.
The Saints have a hole opposite Keenan Lewis, but Browner couldn't fill it until Week 5 thanks to his four-game suspension. The ex-Seahawk has also been linked to the Patriots and Redskins.
Free agent CB Cortland Finnegan will visit the Dolphins Friday.
Scheduled to count $10 million against the cap, Finnegan was released by the Rams last week. Considering his relationship with coach Jeff Fisher, it was a bad sign. Finnegan is ill-suited to be a starter opposite Brent Grimes at age 30.
Vikings re-signed DT Fred Evans.
The career reserve returns for an eighth season in Minnesota. Evans is currently atop the Vikings' depth chart at nose tackle, but is unlikely to stay there. Evans played 356 snaps a season. He's a pure run stopper.
Giants re-signed FB Henry Hynoski to a one-year, $1 million contract.
Hynoski drew some interest from the Lions, but in the end he comes back to the Giants to battle John Conner for the lead-blocker job in camp. It's figures to come down to the wire. Hynoski was a top-tier fullback in 2012 before missing all of 2013 with a shoulder injury. Conner, of course, is The Terminator.
According to the New York Daily News, the Jets will sign TE Brandon Pettigrew shortly.
It's an upgrade on Zach Sudfeld and Jeff Cumberland, but it's far from a difference-making acquisition. Pettigrew is a plodding, catch-and-fall guy in the passing game that has averaged 9.95 yards per reception in his five-year career. He's also been a liability when blocking in the run game. Pettigrew will barely be on the TE2 radar with Geno Smith and the Jets.