Bucs re-signed LB Jonathan Casillas to a one-year contract.
The Steelers have worked out a restructured contract with Antonio Brown.
Per ESPN's Adam Schefter, the move will free up $4 million worth of cap space for Pittsburgh. Brown was set for a $6 million base salary this season and is signed through 2017.
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports the Saints are expected to release Darren Sproles.
The move will save the Saints $3.5 million in 2014 cap space. Per PFT's Mike Florio, Sproles has not yet been released and could still be traded. A non-factor as a rusher, Sproles showed signs of decline in the passing game last year and is entering his age 31 season. New Orleans is also shopping Pierre Thomas as they look to free up money to re-sign Jimmy Graham.
The Indianapolis Star reports free agent CB Vontae Davis is looking for a deal in excess of Brent Grimes' four-year, $32 million contract.
It's not a surprise considering Davis is younger than Grimes and coming off an equally dominant season, grading out as a top-three corner by Pro Football Focus. The Colts remain interested in bringing Davis back, but he appears set to test the open market and could very well command over $8 million annually. Davis is 16th on Rotoworld's top-150 free agents list.
Seahawks tendered restricted free agent Doug Baldwin at the second-round level.
The tender is worth $2.187 million. Another team could try signing away Baldwin at the cost of a second-round pick, though that's unlikely to happen. Baldwin posted a career best 778 receiving yards and five touchdowns in 2013 and could return as Seattle's No. 2 receiver if they fail to re-sign Golden Tate.
49ers tendered offers to restricted free agents DL Demarcus Dobbs and LB Michael Wilhoite.
Dobbs appeared in 15 games as a reserve defensive lineman, finishing with 14 tackles. He's now owed $1.431 million in 2014. Wilhoite will compete for a backup job on special teams.
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports the Bengals are working on a deal with free agent LT Anthony Collins.
Collins remains likely to test the market, but the Bengals are "hoping" to re-sign him before the start of free agency next week. He graded out as a top-25 left tackle in pass protection last season and is drawing interest from multiple teams. Re-signing Collins would allow Cincinnati to keep Andrew Whitworth at left guard moving forward.
The Titans have yet to approach DE Kamerion Wimbley about a pay cut.
Wimbley is in the third season of a five-year, $35 million contract and owed $6 million in 2014. Releasing Wimbley would free up $2.4 million in cap space, but leave $5.4 million in dead money. The Titans view him as a fit for Ray Horton's hybrid 3-4, but Wimbley could be a candidate for a post June 1 cut if he's unwilling to restructure.