Bills signed QB Kyle Orton to a one-year contract.
The Cardinals are not expected to sign free agent OLB James Harrison.
Harrison knows coach Bruce Arians from Pittsburgh and the Cardinals need linebacker help, so it's surprising the sides couldn't make this work. At age 36 now, it's conceivable that Harrison is already at the end of the line.
Cardinals released DT Isaac Sopoaga, LB Marcus Benard and RB Jalen Parmele.
Parmele has 47 career carries for 187 yards, but has not played a game since 2012. Sopoaga was signed in the aftermath of Darnell Dockett's season-ending knee injury, but lasted only nine days on the roster. Benard had 17 tackles and 2.5 sacks in 12 games with Arizona last season.
Eagles released LB Emmanuel Acho.
Acho was released during the Eagles' final cuts last year as well, though he rejoined the team in October. A 2012 sixth-rounder, Acho has two tackles in six career games.
Eagles LB Travis Long tore the ACL in his left knee during the team's preseason finale Thursday night.
After spending last season on the Eagles' practice squad, Long was penciled in for a 53-man roster spot this year. He will likely be stashed on injured reserve. Long tore his right ACL his senior year at Washington State.
Seahawks waived QB Terrelle Pryor.
He lost out to Tarvaris Jackson for the backup job. Despite his limitations as a passer, Pryor's unique physical traits should ensure he is not on the street for long. Pryor completed 21-of-39 passes for 281 yards (7.2 YPA), a touchdown and two interceptions this preseason. He added 97 yards and a TD on the ground.
Coach Ken Whisenhunt said Bishop Sankey "ran the ball very well" in the Titans' final preseason game Thursday night.
Sankey ran for 43 yards on seven carries against the Vikings. "We’ve seen growth with Bishop," said Whisenhunt. "His vision is good. He’s seeing the holes well. His protection, he’s done a nicer job with that as he’s gone through it." Sankey should start climbing the depth chart sooner rather than later, but his upside is limited by the Titans' apparent preference to use a committee approach at running back. He is overvalued in the fifth round.
Raiders waived DE Jack Crawford.
A three-year starter at Penn State, Crawford was a fifth-round pick in 2012. He had zero sacks in 19 career games with Oakland. Following Crawford's release, only two of Oakland's six picks from the 2012 draft are still on the team.