Jaguars released RB Justin Forsett.
Forsett, 28, inked a two-year deal last offseason but carried the ball just six times for 31 yards while he battled toe and foot injuries. Forsett landed on I.R. in December and is questionable for OTAs. The move saves the Jags $1.15 million.
The Eagles have "reached out" to free agent SS Mike Mitchell.
The Charlotte Observer reported over the weekend that the Redskins and Eagles were the teams showing the "most interest" in Mitchell, a 26-year-old in-the-box safety coming off a career year. Both Washington and Philly need safety help.
NFL Network's Aditi Kinkhabwala reports the "buzz from inside Ravens headquarters" is that the team and free agent LT Eugene Monroe are "very close" to a new deal.
With the offensive tackle market taking shape -- Branden Albert headed to Miami, Rodger Saffold to Oakland, Jared Veldheer to Arizona, and Anthony Collins to Tampa -- the Ravens realize they need to pony up the cash for Monroe if they want to keep him. Talks between the two sides have heated up the past two days. If Monroe signs before 4 PM, Michael Oher will be the top tackle available.
ESPN's Adam Schefter mentioned the Eagles and Patriots as teams to "keep an eye on" for CB Darrelle Revis.
Revis is expected to be either released or traded by Wednesday afternoon. Both landing spots make a ton of sense; Revis could replace Aqib Talib in Foxboro and face his old team, the Jets, twice a year, while the Eagles have nearly $24 million in salary cap space and could afford to upgrade in the secondary.
The Buffalo News reports the Bills have expressed interest in re-signing free agent Scott Chandler.
Chandler, 29 in July, is coming off a career season that saw him reel in 53 passes for 653 yards and two scores. He has no playmaking ability and is only a red-zone option. Ideally, Chandler would be a No. 2 tight end on a good team.
The Browns were "unsatisfied" with ILB Craig Robertson's play in 2013.
Robertson flashed every-down linebacker tools as an undrafted rookie in 2012, but was exposed badly in run defense as a sophomore and even struggled in coverage, which is supposed to be his strength. The Browns want to upgrade at inside linebacker. Look for Robertson to be a nickel 'backer at best in 2014.
The Washington Post reports free agent CB Carlos Rogers could be a "possibility" for the Redskins.
Washington is in the market for a slot corner with Josh Wilson a free agent. That's where Rogers excels at this point in his career. The 32-year-old started his career in D.C. and shouldn't command more than a one-year deal.
The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports the Browns will pursue free agent ILB Karlos Dansby on Tuesday.
Dansby is also wanted in Tennessee and Arizona. In Cleveland, he would replace D'Qwell Jackson with a rookie possibly starting at the other inside linebacker. The Browns were "unsatisfied" with ILB Craig Robertson in 2013.