Browns signed TE Jim Dray.
At 6'5/255, Dray can be a nice blocking complement to move tight end Jordan Cameron. Dray set career-highs with 26 catches for 215 yards and two touchdowns for Arizona last year.
Packers re-signed TE Andrew Quarless.
Quarless was surprisingly drawing strong interest on the open market. He reportedly had as many as eight teams after his services. The 25-year-old hasn't been much of a pass-catcher in his young career but should be given an opportunity to replace Jermichael Finely in Green Bay. Brandon Bostick will also be in the mix.
Free agent Jermichael Finley left his Seahawks visit without a contract, but the sides have "mutual interest" in a deal.
Per NFL.com's Ian Rapoport, the Seahawks are waiting for Finely to gain full medical clearance from his neck surgery before signing him. Finley hasn't scheduled any other visits, and it's possible his Seattle signing is a formality upon getting the green light health-wise.
The Miami Herald reports the Dolphins have "some level of interest" in free agent OLs Wade Smith, Daryn Colledge, Evan Dietrich-Smith, and Davin Joseph.
Smith, 33 next month, can play either guard spot, in addition to center. He hasn't missed a start in four seasons and spent the first four years of his career with the Dolphins. GM Dennis Hickey is doing his homework on offensive linemen. He still has to potentially fill holes at left guard, right guard, and right tackle.
The Miami Herald reports the Dolphins have expressed interest in setting up a visit with free agent RT Zach Strief.
Strief has been unavailable this week due to a commitment at a function in Cincinnati. The 30-year-old reportedly would be interested in talking with Miami but prefers to re-sign with New Orleans. The Saints may not be able to squeeze Strief under the cap. He's a finesse blocker who excels in pass protection.
Bengals released OLB James Harrison.
The move saves $1.43 million in cap space. Harrison was due an affordable $1.1 million, but is simply out of pass-rushing gas at age 35. OLB Emmanuel Lamur will be the prime candidate to pick up Harrison's snaps. Harrison is still an asset against the run, but will likely consider retirement. The former undrafted free agent has 66 career sacks.
Bucs released LT Donald Penn.
The Bucs have been trying to trade the oft-overweight Penn ever since the season ended. With no takers and Anthony Collins signed, the time to move on is now. Penn, who turns 31 next month, rarely lived up to the $41.7 million contract he signed in 2010 but was PFF's No. 16 tackle last season. The Raiders, who are absolutely desperate for left tackle help, should already be in touch with Penn's agent.
Ravens re-signed S Jeromy Miles to a one-year contract.
Miles is perhaps the Ravens most valuable special teams player. He barely played on the defensive side of the ball last season.