Redskins released C Will Montgomery.
Updating a previous item, DL Vance Walker has not signed with the Chiefs and remains a free agent.
The Green Bay Press-Gazette initially reported Walker agreed to a deal with the Chiefs. Walker's agent denied the report and says Walker will visit the Seahawks on Sunday. Walker was also previously scheduled to visit Green Bay.
Saints re-signed ILB Ramon Humber to a one-year contract.
Humber, 26, made four starts at inside 'backer for the Saints last season but is mainly a core special teamer. He'll return to the same role behind starters Curtis Lofton and David Hawthorne while covering kicks and punts.
Updating a previous item, Profootballtalk reports free agent CB Brandon Browner will visit the Redskins on Friday.
ESPN's Adam Schefter also reports Browner will travel to D.C. on Friday. The visit was initially scheduled for Thursday but was pushed back a day because Browner's visit with the Patriots lasted longer than expected. Browner, 30 in August, is also talking with the Saints and Raiders. Stay tuned for more twists.
Free agent RT Michael Oher is visiting the Titans.
It's Oher's first known action of free agency. The former No. 23 overall pick of the 2009 draft is a classic case of a player whose name is bigger than his game. Oher can't play left tackle and even struggles on the right side. He's also a penalty machine. The Titans would be better off with Byron Stingily at right tackle. If Oher leaves his Tennesse visit, he'll then take a trip to Oakland.
Free agent CB Brandon Browner cancelled his visit with the Redskins.
Browner is believed to still be up in the Boston area trying to finalize a deal to join the Patriots. NFL Network's Ian Rapoport initially reported Browner was signing a two-year deal with New England. Browner's agent vehemently denied the report, but we have no reason to believe a deal won't get done.
Chiefs agreed to terms with DL Vance Walker, formerly of the Raiders.
Walker was scheduled to visit the Packers next but won't make the trip. The soon-to-be 27-year-old can push the pocket some and play the run. He's mainly been a 4-3 defensive tackle but could replace Tyson Jackson at left end in Kansas City's 3-4. Walker started 15 games in 2013, amassing 40 tackles and three sacks.
Chargers re-signed CB Richard Marshall to a one-year contract.
Marshall, 29, appeared in all 16 games for the Bolts last season, starting the final six and the two playoff games. He's a burn victim in coverage but isn't afraid to get his nose dirty in the run game at 5-foot-11, 198 pounds. GM Tom Telesco is trying to piece a cornerback depth chart together. Ideally, Marshall is a No. 3 or 4.