NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Browns are "lurking" in the bidding for free agent Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie.
In Cleveland, DRC could team with Joe Haden to give new coach Mike Pettine one of the league's most talented cornerback tandems. Rodgers-Cromartie will be in New York until Monday, where he's been meeting with the Jets and Giants. Rapoport suggested on Twitter Sunday that the holdup in talks with the Jets is whether owner Woody Johnson will be willing to pony up enough money.
The Steelers will host free agent Lance Moore on Tuesday.
It'll be Moore's first visit of free agency. He's a possible fallback option if the Steelers miss out on re-signing Jerricho Cotchery, who is visiting the Panthers on Monday. Moore, 30, is a limited-talent possession receiver.
Free agent OT Donald Penn arrived at Redskins Park on Sunday for a visit that will spill into Monday.
The Redskins are trying to get bigger on the O-Line, and plus-sized Penn would certainly accomplish that. He would replace stringbean Tyler Polumbus at right tackle. Penn visited the Raiders on Friday, but left without a deal.
Free agent DT Alex Carrington is visiting the Raiders on Sunday.
The Rams will be next on his visit list, assuming he gets out of Oakland. Carrington visited the Steelers late last week, and has also drawn interest from the Browns. The 27-year-old (in June) is an effective pass rusher when healthy.
Mark Sanchez's $2 million roster bonus is due on March 25.
There's been no movement on the Sanchez front because the Jets don't have to make a move before the bonus due date. Although the chances are slim to none, it's possible the Jets are holding out hope a team offers them a conditional seventh-round pick for Sanchez. It's far likelier we'll see Sanchez cut this week, or early next week. The Raiders are expected to have interest.
Free agent Shaun Hill will visit the Rams on Monday.
Hill would add an experienced, veteran presence behind injury-prone starter Sam Bradford. Hill, 34, has also been reported to be on the Jets' radar.
ESPN New York's Rich Cimini reports free agent Antonio Cromartie "wants to return" to the Jets.
This isn't really a secret, as Cromartie made it clear late last season that he wants to retire a Jet. It's just unclear whether the feeling is mutual. The Jets are "still interested" in free agent Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, and aren't known to be pursuing Cromartie. Cromartie turns 30 next month.
The Giants will host free agent Mario Manningham on Monday.
Manningham has obvious history with the Giants' organization, but it's unclear what's left in his tank after recurring knee problems stemming from a torn left ACL and PCL suffered in late December of 2012. Manningham could be a situational deep threat in new playcaller Ben McAdoo's West Coast offense.