NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports free agent Kenny Britt will visit the Rams "in the coming days."
Free agent DT Henry Melton will visit the Cowboys after the Seahawks.
Melton isn't expected to sign with Seattle on his visit, unless he his blown away by an offer. Melton has expressed a desire to play for the Cowboys in his home state of Texas. If Jerry Jones can work the money right and fit Melton into the budget, he'd be a much-needed talent for a currently-talentless defensive line.
Free agent Anthony Dixon has arrived in Buffalo for his Bills visit.
Dixon would likely play special teams and operate as Buffalo's No. 3 tailback behind C.J. Spiller and Fred Jackson. Despite Jackson's age, this wouldn't be a good landing spot for Dixon's fantasy value. He turns 27 in September.
Bengals signed coach Marvin Lewis to a one-year contract extension through 2015.
Lewis, 55, has been at the helm in Cincinnati since 2003 and is the second-longest tenured head coach in the league, behind only Bill Belichick. Unfortunately for the Bengals and Lewis, he hasn't had nearly the success. Lewis owns a career 90-85-1 regular season record to go along with an 0-5 mark in the playoffs. He checked in as our own Patrick Daugherty's 12th-best head coach. Daugherty's entire coaching ranks are accessible at the link below.
Free agent ILB Brandon Spikes visited the Bills on Friday.
It's Spikes' first-known visit of free agency. With the Bills ready to move Kiko Alonso to weak-side linebacker, Spikes would man the middle. He's one of the league's better run-stopping linebackers.
Packers CB Casey Hayward resumed running two weeks ago following his "slight" 2013 hamstring tear.
After an ROY-caliber rookie year in 2012, Hayward was essentially a non-factor as a sophomore, appearing in just three games with one start. His healthy return should provide a big boost to Green Bay's pass defense at slot corner. Look for Sam Shields and Tramon Williams to continue to man the perimeter.
CSN Bay Area reports the 49ers are willing to give free agent CB Tarell Brown a three-year, $10 million contract.
It's nickel back money, but the market hasn't been hot for Brown since free agency began. He's only been lightly connected to the Dolphins. Per 49ers beat writer Matt Maiocco, San Francisco "might" be able to land Walter Thurmond for a one-year, $2 million pact, which would be a savvy get by GM Trent Baalke.
Ravens re-signed ILB Daryl Smith to a four-year, $16.1 million contract.
After operating on a cheap, one-year deal last season, Smith gets the money he was seeking last spring. Turning 32 today, Smith led the Ravens with 123 tackles in 2013 and became the defensive leader as the on-field play-caller. Smith struggles against the run but is an elite cover linebacker and can rush the passer some. He'll continue to help youngsters Arthur Brown and Josh Bynes.