Owner Steve Bisciotti said the Ravens want to extend RCB Jimmy Smith.
Smith is making $6.89 million in the final year of his rookie deal. He graded out as a top-20 corner by Pro Football Focus last season before missing the final eight games to Lisfranc surgery. Marshal Yanda and Justin Tucker are also candidates for long-term extensions.
WKBW's Joe Buscaglia considers Marquise Goodwin's roster spot in jeopardy.
A situational deep threat, Goodwin has struggled with injuries and was benched in favor of Chris Hogan last year. With the Bills signing Percy Harvin, Goodwin will be competing for one of Buffalo's final receiver spots. 24-year-old Goodwin is entering a make-or-break year in 2015.
Seahawks re-signed DT Jesse Williams.
Williams, 24, didn't generate any free-agent interest after getting waived last month. He's spent the last two years on Seattle's I.R. list with knee injuries. Williams will compete for a depth role on the interior line if healthy.
Free agent C Stefen Wisniewski visited the Jaguars Wednesday.
Wisniewski also visited with New England this week. In Jacksonville, he would be an upgrade over second-year C Luke Bowanko, who was one of the worst pass blockers in the league last season. Wisniewski is seeking $4M annually.
Jets re-signed OL Ben Ijalana.
Ijalana was limited to three games (six snaps) with the Jets last year. A 2011 second-round pick, his career has been derailed by injuries. Ijalana will compete with Corey Hilliard for swing tackle duties and can back up both guard spots.
Jets signed LB Jamari Lattimore, formerly of the Packers.
Lattimore, 26, will give the Jets much-needed depth at inside linebacker and has good special teams value. He played 285 defensive snaps with Green Bay last year, making five starts. Lattimore projects as the top backup behind David Harris and Demario Davis.
Free agent S Dwight Lowery visited with the Colts.
The Colts are expected to add a veteran safety opposite Mike Adams, with Lowery, Stevie Brown, and Bernard Pollard the top free agents available. Lowery started 15 games for Atlanta last season, but struggled in coverage. He should be available for the veteran minimum.
Free agent C Stefen Wisniewski visited with the Patriots this week.
Recovering from offseason shoulder surgery, Wisniewski has met with multiple teams but remains on the open market. He could have to settle for less than the $4M annually he's reportedly seeking. With Bryan Stork entrenched at center, Wisniewski would likely move to guard in New England. The Bucs, Seattle, and the Bears have also been linked to Wisniewski.