The Florida Times Union reports the Jaguars "have never been interested" in free agent Michael Crabtree.
"The same goes for Reggie Wayne," writes beat reporter Ryan O'Halloran. The Jags are in the market for a veteran wideout, but prefer Greg Jennings to Crabtree and Wayne. The outlook for Crabtree's free agent market remains soft and ultimately bleak. He's probably going to have a tough time finding a starting job.
The Bucs will host free agent OG Dan Connolly on Tuesday.
Connolly was part of the problem on New England's interior line last year, and wouldn't solve the Bucs' guard woes. He should only be viewed as depth.
Free agent ILB Rolando McClain left his Patriots visit without a contract.
The visit was described as "positive." New England was likely just doing its due diligence on McClain while offering near-veteran minimum money. The Cowboys remain interested in bringing back McClain after his standout 2014 season.
Rams re-signed C Tim Barnes to a one-year contract.
The Rams didn't tender Barnes an offer as a restricted free agent, but are bringing him back for under a million bucks. St. Louis' offensive line is dangerously thin. The team would be in serious trouble if Barnes were asked to play snaps.
The Sacramento Bee reports retired DT Armond Armstead suffered a second heart attack before retiring in 2014.
Armstead spent his entire 2013 rookie season on reserve/NFI before calling it quits last summer. He suffered his first heart attack while in college at USC and blames it on the prescription painkiller Toradol. Armstead is now suing the university for giving him the painkiller. Trial is scheduled to start next week.
Eagles agreed to terms with WR Miles Austin, formerly of the Browns, on a one-year, $2.3 million contract.
Another $700,000 is available through incentives. We'd have to think there's little guaranteed money here, but who knows what coach Chip Kelly sees in Austin. The soon-to-be 31-year-old posted a pedestrian 47-568-3 line across 15 games for Cleveland last season and has no separation skills after numerous hamstring injuries. He'll likely back up all three spots in Philly.
Redskins signed RB Michael Hill.
Hill rushed for 4,969 yards and 35 touchdowns in his collegiate career at Missouri Western. He's bounced around the NFL since going undrafted in 2013. He has nine career carries for 23 yards, all with the Bucs two seasons ago.
Free agent KR/WR Brandon Tate visited the Chiefs on Monday.
Tate, 27, is merely a situational deep threat who would compete for a roster on any team. In Kansas City, he wouldn't be an option on returns with De'Anthony Thomas and Knile Davis showing well as the Chiefs' return men last season.