Browns released QB Jason Campbell.
Coach Gus Bradley said he newly signed Toby Gerhart could regularly see 15-20 touches per game.
Free agent DL Ziggy Hood is visiting the Jaguars.
Hood, the 32nd pick in the 2009 draft, has pretty much been a bust to this point. He wouldn't be anything more than a rotational interior lineman in Jacksonville, but landing with a coach like Gus Bradley could help turn his career around.
Free agent Emmanuel Sanders is visiting the Jaguars on Wednesday.
Sanders has been connected to multiple teams, but this is his first known visit. Sanders caught a career high 67 passes for 740 yards in 2013, but wouldn't match those numbers in Jacksonville if Justin Blackmon (suspension) is cleared for Week 1.
ESPN Dallas reports the Cowboys are interested in free agent DT Tony McDaniel.
McDaniel is currently in contract negotiations with the Seahawks, so Jerry Jones may not get a chance to sign the 29-year-old. McDaniel proved to be a top-of-the-line interior run defender in Seattle last season. Dallas needs interior linemen.
Ravens re-signed WR/KR Jacoby Jones to a four-year, $14 million contract.
The deal includes $4.5 million guaranteed. Jones was visiting the Giants on Wednesday, but received an offer he couldn't refuse. The dancin' return man remains a one-dimensional, streak-route specialist as a receiver, but is a dynamic special teamer. He can be useful on offense, but played far too many snaps in 2013. He's best suited as a situational/No. 4 type.
Patriots released NT Isaac Sopoaga.
The move creates $2.5 million in cap space, and $3.5 million in real savings. Sopoaga was just one year into a three-year deal, though he signed the pact with the Eagles, not the Patriots. He was acquired by the Pats last October. He struggled to plug the run as injuries battered the Patriots' defensive line. An 11-year veteran, Sopoaga turns 33 in September.
Browns released QB Brandon Weeden.
Weeden was the 22nd overall pick in the 2012 draft and has no ties to the current Browns regime. It was inevitable that GM Ray Farmer was going to cut the cord on the 30-year-old third-year pro. Weeden went 0-5 as a starter last season and seems to be regressing. He took a whopping 55 sacks in 23 games of action and has a career 23:29 touchdown-to-turnover ratio to go along with a 71.8 quarterback rating. Weeden has no anticipation and doesn't have a feel for the pocket. We expect him to have a cold market.