Bengals signed No. 122 overall pick NT Andrew Billings to a four-year contract.
Billings had some Day 1 projections, but size concerns and a two-down skill set pushed him to the fourth round. He should see most of his rookie-year snaps as a run stopper behind Geno Atkins and Domata Peko. First-round CB William Jackson III is Cincinnati's only unsigned pick.
Titans claimed TE Jerome Cunningham off waivers from the Jets.
Tennessee is Cunningham's third team after getting cut from the Jets and Giants. He’ll add competition behind Delanie Walker, Craig Stevens, and Anthony Fasano.
Coach Todd Bowles is "hopeful" free agent Ryan Fitzpatrick will re-sign before training camp.
The Jets were previously hoping Fitzpatrick would sign prior to OTAs. There’s been no progress between the sides in the last month. Fitzpatrick is holding out for more than what the Jets are offering ($8M annually), but all signs continue to point at a deal getting done.
Jets coach Todd Bowles stopped short of saying Darrelle Revis (wrist) will be ready for training camp.
"I can't answer that completely, but I hope he will," said Bowles. Revis had pins removed from his surgically-repaired wrist last month and will miss OTAs. The Jets are likely to limit his camp reps even if he’s cleared.
Broncos signed second-round DT Adam Gotsis to a four-year contract.
His signing bonus is worth $1.064 million. Gotsis is lean and lanky at 6'5/287 and will probably be deposited as a way for the Broncos to replace Malik Jackson, who had the ability to move all across the defensive line.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports Bengals TE Ryan Hewitt is recovering from a "minor, non-football procedure."
It sounds like Hewitt will be out for OTAs, but should be ready in time for training camp. An H-back-type blocker, Hewitt can play in-line tight end and fullback.
Vikings RT Phil Loadholt (Achilles') said he's 100 percent healthy.
Loadholt missed all of last season with a torn Achilles', but is "feeling good, moving around." He'll compete with Andre Smith for the starting gig.
Free agent Dwight Freeney is expected to visit the Falcons next week.
Freeney, 36, is visiting the Bengals on Wednesday, but apparently plans to continue his tour. The Falcons had one of the weaker pass-rush units in 2015.