The Florida Times Union believes free agent Randall Cobb "should" be on the Jaguars' wish list.
Jaguars ace beat writer Ryan O'Halloran has been beating the drum for the team to add a premier playmaker, and is currently calling for Julius Thomas, Cobb, or even both. Jacksonville has a ton of room under the cap at the moment and seems prepared to blow some of its wad early in free agency. It's going to do everything it can to surround Blake Bortles with talent. O'Halloran suggests ponying up a five-year, $56 million deal for Cobb.
Free agent WR Brian Hartline is scheduled to visit the Bears.
Per PFT's Mike Florio, Hartline plans to make a decision on his next team within 24 hours. Since he's only visited the Browns and now is on his way to the Bears, he'll likely land with one of them. His best shot at playing time is probably with Cleveland, whereas he'd at best be the No. 3 or 4 receiver in Chicago.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the 49ers, Cardinals, Seahawks, and Rams are all interested in free agent DT Darnell Dockett.
Dockett, 34 in May, is leaning toward joining the 49ers or returning to the Cardinals, and is expected to make a decision Wednesday. The Cardinals offered Dockett $2.5 million plus another $1.5 million in incentives before cutting him last week, so that may be the top of his market. Arizona may also be the only team of the four where he'd start. Dockett would be a rotational lineman for the others.
Free agent KR/WR Jacoby Jones will visit the Chargers on Wednesday night.
Jones has received plenty of interest since being released by the Ravens; this will be his third visit after previously meeting with the Bengals and Titans. In San Diego, 31-year-old (in July) Jones would be an upgrade as a punt return man over free agent Eddie Royal and allow Keenan Allen to focus on offense.
ESPN's Josina Anderson reports the Cardinals, Jets, Dolphins, and 49ers are "potential suitors [with] considerable interest" in free agent C.J. Spiller.
We'd add the LeSean McCoy-less Eagles after they reportedly tried to trade for Spiller last March before acquiring Darren Sproles. The Cardinals weren't prepared when Andre Ellington got hurt last year, while the Jets have been dubbed the favorites for Spiller. San Francisco needs a return man and COP runner to Carlos Hyde if free agent Frank Gore skips town. Miami is in the market for an upgrade on free agent Daniel Thomas next to Lamar Miller. Spiller is going to have a hot market despite injury concerns coming off a down 2014. He's our No. 2 available back behind DeMarco Murray.
ESPN New York's Rich Cimini doesn't believe the Jets "will be chasing" free agent C.J. Spiller.
Cimini expects the Jets to be more interested in re-signing Bilal Powell as their do-it-all backup. Powell shouldn't stand in the way of anyone as an average-to-below average back on a team desperate for playmakers. And if Spiller qualifies as anything, it's that he's a playmaker. Spiller-to-the-Jets has had legs ever since Chan Gailey was hired as coach Todd Bowles' OC. With the Eagles trading LeSean McCoy and their rumored interest in Spiller last March, they're now a contender for him. Spiller's landing spot will be key for his fantasy outlook.
The Dolphins won't tender an offer to restricted free agent CB R.J. Stanford, making him a free agent.
Despite needing cornerback help, the Dolphins don't view Stanford as part of their plans at a $1 million-plus salary. He played just 138 defensive snaps last season, giving up an 11-109-1 line on 15 passes into his coverage.
Free agent KR/WR Ted Ginn visited the Titans on Tuesday.
He'll visit the 49ers on Wednesday. Ginn played for San Francisco from 2010-2012, and the Niners are in dire need of a return man. The Titans are in the same boat with Leon Washington a free agent. Ginn isn't a threat as a receiver.