The San Francisco Chronical's Vic Tafur reports the Raiders have ended their pursuit of Darrelle Revis.
Revis reportedly was unwilling to restructure his contract and the $16 million cap number that comes with it. The Buccaneers need to trade or release Revis before Wednesday to avoid paying a $1.5 million roster bonus.
Colts re-signed CB Vontae Davis.
Owner Jim Irsay broke the news. Terms are not yet available. Monday reports had Davis getting away from Indy, but the Colts were never going to let a player they surrendered a 2013 second-rounder for get away without a fight. Davis can be a bit of a knucklehead, but is a legitimately elite player when on his game. He was in 2013, grading out as Pro Football Focus' No. 3 corner.
Ravens re-signed LT Eugene Monroe to a five-year, $37.5 million deal.
The deal includes $19 million guaranteed. It's less than Branden Albert got from the Dolphins (five years, $46M with $25M guaranteed) and Rodger Saffold landed with the Raiders (five years, $42.5M with $21M guaranteed). In other words, GM Ozzie Newsome has done it again. Monroe was our No. 3 free agent available at any position, behind only Jimmy Graham and Greg Hardy -- who were franchise tagged. Monroe has been a top-10 tackle in Pro Football Focus' rankings in three straight years.
Free agent CB Walter Thurmond III will visit the Jaguars "within the next 24 hours."
All the former Seahawks defenders want to flock to Jacksonville to play for Gus Bradley. Thurmond was thrust into a starting role last season after Brandon Browner was suspended and handled himself well on the way to a Super Bowl title. He already has a four-game suspension on his record, which will affect his market.
Eagles release FS Patrick Chung.
The move saves the Eagles $3.25 million against the 2014 salary cap. Chung was a disaster in every facet of the game in 2013 and failed to force a single turnover despite playing 815 snaps. He will likely have to wait until the third wave of free agency before he finds a new home.
Falcons agreed to terms with DE Tyson Jackson, formerly of the Chiefs, on a five-year, $25 million contract.
It's a massive commitment for a former first-round bust, but Jackson is coming off a career year. The Falcons are going on a spending spree as they follow through on their word to toughen and reinforce one of the league's softest defensive lines. He was drafted by new Falcons assistant GM Scott Pioli. The Falcons had to add bodies up front, but Jackson could prove to be one of the more regrettable signings of Day 1.
Eagles re-sign P Donnie Jones to three-year contract.
Jones played for the veteran minimum in 2013 and turned in one of the NFL's best seasons by a punter. Big-legged Jones is entering his age-34 season.
Redskins agreed to terms with LB Adam Hayward, formerly of the Bucs, on a three-year contract.
Hayward, 30 in June, doesn't play much defense but is a stalwart on special teams. He racked up eight tackles on coverage units last season. Hayward's missed just five games in seven seasons. He'll also back up at the inside 'backer spot.