Jaguars agreed to terms with LG Zane Beadles, formerly of the Broncos, on a five-year, $30 million contract.
Bears re-signed LB D.J. Williams.
Colts re-signed S Sergio Brown.
Brown is one of the Colts' special teams aces. He played only 28 snaps on defense last season.
Buccaneers sign DT Clinton Mcdonald for four years, $12 million.
It is quite a turnaround for a player released by the Seahawks during training camp last season. McDonald racked up 5.5 sacks and 42 tackles after being re-signed by Seattle after Week 1, and was superb during the Hawks Super Bowl run.
Dolphins signed DT Earl Mitchell to a four-year, $16 million contract.
The deal includes $9 million guaranteed. Mitchell, 26, started 14 games last season, racking up 48 tackles and 1.5 sacks. As an ideal one-gap 4-3 player, he was widely considered one of the top "sleepers" in free agency. The Dolphins outbid the Chargers to land Mitchell.
Colts signed DE Arthur Jones.
The Baltimore-to-Indy pipeline continues under former Ravens defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano. Terms of this deal aren't disclosed yet, but it's expected to be around $6 million per season on a long-term deal. Jones is a pocket-pusher that will play with Ricky Jean-Francois, a better run-stuffer. The Colts continue to spend freely to upgrade their defense.
Dolphins signed OT Branden Albert, formerly of the Chiefs, to a five-year, $46 million contract.
The deal includes a whopping $25 million guaranteed. It's a huge price to pay for a player who's always been short of elite, but the Dolphins had essentially no choice considering the beating Ryan Tannehill took in 2013. Albert has missed seven games with injury over the past two seasons, but will stabilize the Dolphins' blindside when he's on the field. He turns 30 in November.
Bills released Kevin Kolb.
Still not cleared from a concussion suffered in the 2013 preseason, this transaction may end Kolb's career. Kolb has thrown for 5206 yards and started 21 games in his career.