Free agent DT Jason Hatcher will meet with the Titans Thursday night.
Texans re-signed TE Garrett Graham.
The Jets have been "in communication" with free agent Brandon Pettigrew.
Pettigrew would team with Zach Sudfeld and Jeff Cumberland to give the Jets a mediocre tight end trio. His market has been scant to this point, although the NY Daily News reports the Raiders and Lions have shown some interest.
Panthers re-signed QB Derek Anderson.
Anderson, 31 in June, has attempted just four passes since the 2010 season. He'll be back to hold the clipboard as Cam Newton's backup. Newton has yet to miss a start.
Chargers signed ILB Kavell Conner to a three-year contract.
Conner leaves Colts head coach Chuck Pagano to play for his brother, Chargers defensive coordinator John Pagano. He'll step in as a backup behind Donald Butler and Manti Te'o, providing some early-down run-stopping depth.
Bears signed WR/KR Domenik Hixon to a one-year contract.
Hixon, 29, was a disappointment as a receiver pickup in Carolina last year, but is a productive special teamer coming at a cheap cost. He will compete to replace Devin Hester on return. Don't expect Hixon to play any offense.
The Titans plan to replace RCB Alterraun Verner from within.
2013 third-rounder Blidi Wreh-Wilson is the overwhelming favorite to start opposite LCB Jason McCourty. Tommie Campbell will also be in the mix, while Coty Sensabaugh likely sticks to nickel duties. Wreh-Wilson played just 93 snaps as a rookie but stands 6-foot-1, 195 to go along with 4.53 wheels.
The Ravens have reportedly emerged as the favorite to sign free agent WR Steve Smith.
In search of a No. 3 option behind Torrey Smith and Dennis Pitta, the Ravens have set their sights on Smitty. He's no longer a threat to stretch defenses going on 35, but he is a capable possession receiver and rugged third-down option. It's a description that would fit Anquan Boldin, who averaged 62 catches for 881 yards and four touchdowns while playing with Joe Flacco from 2010-12. The Broncos, Bucs and Patriots could also make a pitch to Smith.