Eagles waived WR Joe Anderson.
Anderson was signed by the Eagles a month ago. The 2012 undrafted free agent and potential special teamer doesn't even make it to the offseason program.
Bucs agreed to terms with C Evan Dietrich-Smith, formerly of the Packers, on a four-year, $14.25 million contract.
The deal includes $7.25 million guaranteed. One of free agency's most aggressive teams has gotten better again. Dietrich-Smith has been one of the league's better centers since taking over for Jeff Saturday down the stretch in 2012, grading out as Pro Football Focus' No. 8 middle man in 2013. He's a major improvement on Jeremy Zuttah, though if there's a knock, it's that EDS is a better pass blocker than road grader. He turns 28 in July.
Dolphins agreed to terms with CB Cortland Finnegan to a two-year contract.
Finnegan was awful for the Rams in seven appearances last season and almost as bad during the 2012 campaign. The Dolphins are hoping that was due to a thigh injury and not because he's lost a couple steps at age 30. It's a risky signing, but one that shouldn't be too expensive. If Finnegan can rebound to anywhere in the vicinity of his All-Pro 2008 form, he'll fit nicely with Brent Grimes.
Free agent CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie will meet with the Jets.
It will be DRC's first-known visit of free agency. The best-remaining corner on the market by a long shot, DRC provides the kind of press coverage Jets coach Rex Ryan is looking for. DRC was Pro Football Focus' No. 5 corner in 2013. He turns 28 next month.
Darren Sproles' new three-year contract with the Eagles is worth $10.5 million.
It's identical to the contracts recently signed by Shonn Greene, Donald Brown and Toby Gerhart. The problem is that Sproles is by far the oldest member of that group, as he'll turn 31 in June. Still, it's a significant pact, suggesting coach Chip Kelly has a clear-cut role planned for his new toy.
Packers agreed to terms with DT B.J. Raji on a one-year, $4 million contract.
Last November, Raji now infamously turned down a multi-year deal that reportedly contained $20 million total and $8 million guaranteed. But as his play tailed off dramatically, he realized that rehabbing his value on a one-year pact with Green Bay was his best (and only) option. Raji has zero sacks over his last 39 games (including playoffs), has zero forced fumbles in his five-year career and graded out dead last against the run among 3-4 ends in PFF's 2013 grades. He's expected to move to nose tackle this season.
Titans released QB Ryan Fitzpatrick.
We knew this one was coming, but it's still a head scratcher. Fitzpatrick is not quite a starting-caliber quarterback, but is a high-end backup, one capable of winning games. That's important for a team with one of the league's most brittle starters, but instead the Titans are going with an embarrassingly bad Charlie Whitehurst. Fitzpatrick was due just $2.75 million in 2014, so it's not about money. The Titans like Checkdown Charlie's experience in coach Ken Whisenhunt's system, but they're not going to like the chance he gives them to win if he's forced to play. Fitz vaults to the top of a weak quarterback class.
The Cowboys and LB Will Herring have called off their deal, sending Herring back to free agency.
According to reporter Todd Archer, Herring didn't fail a physical. Herring is back to looking for work as a special teamer.