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I've been posting NFL Free Agent Rumors and NFL Draft Rumors daily on each page. These are listed per team, so click on each link if you're interested in seeing all of the rumors from your favorite team.

However, I received a suggestion to post all of the latest rumors in a daily format for those interested in multiple teams. That's what I've done on this new NFL Rumors page. Follow @walterfootball for NFL Rumors Updates.



Arizona Cardinals:
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3/14: Justin Pugh is visiting the Cardinals. - Mike Garafolo, NFL Network
Pugh is the best offensive lineman available on the market. He can play right tackle, but is best at guard. The desperate Cardinals could use him in both spots. -Walter


3/13: Mike Glennon is on the Cardinals' radar. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
Hopefully, not as a starter. Glennon predictably bombed in Chicago, and his offensive line in Arizona would be much worse than it was with the Bears. If Glennon is the only quarterback the Cardinals sign, they'll certainly try to move up in the 2018 NFL Draft for a signal-caller. -Walter


3/2: The Cardinals are interested in Patrick Robinson. - Tony Pauline, DraftAnalyst.com
The inconsistent cornerback is coming off a great year, and the Cardinals need to find a viable No. 2 corner. Robinson is sixth in our NFL Free Agent Cornerback Rankings -Walter


2/25: "Considering the money that Cousins is expected to get I don’t think the Cardinals were truly in the sweepstakes. They’ll bring in couple veteran quarterback’s and draft one. Need to get the Oline figured out." - Mike Jurecki, Arizona 98.7
The Cardinals currently have $22 million in cap space, and Cousins may not think that he can win with them, like he could with Denver and Minnesota. -Walter


2/18: A.J. McCarron is drawing interest from the Broncos, Browns, Jets, Vikings and Cardinals. - Charley Walters, St. Paul Pioneer Press
None of those teams should be surprising, especially the Browns, who almost traded for him on Halloween. As for the Vikings, Walters is reporting that while Minnesota is expected to consider McCarron, Case Keenum remains the favorite to be the team's starter. -Walter


1/31: The Cardinals are expected to cut Adrian Peterson soon. - Mike Jurecki, FOX Sports
Peterson is no longer needed, and releasing him saves about $3 million in cap space. Save for a couple of games, Peterson did very little for Arizona anyway. -Walter




Atlanta Falcons:
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3/21: Pernell McPhee is visiting the Falcons. - Jordan Schultz, Yahoo!
Atlanta needs help on its front line after being pushed around by the Eagles in a playoff loss. McPhee hasn't been able to stay healthy consistently, but he's been a solid player when on the field. -Walter


3/11: The Seahawks and Falcons are very interested in Austin Seferian-Jenkins. - Jason La Canfora, CBS
Seattle is a logical destination because Jimmy Graham is gone. Atlanta, less so because of Austin Hooper's potential. Hooper didn't quite live up to expectations in his second year, but he's working hard this offseason and has some major potential.  -Walter


3/4: The Falcons have discussed trading for Michael Bennett. - Vaughn McClure, ESPN
The Seahawks reportedly will trade or cut Bennett soon, so Atlanta shouldn't have to give up too much. The Falcons were pushed around in Philadelphia in the divisional round of the playoffs, so they could really use Bennett. -Walter




Baltimore Ravens:
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3/21: Willie Snead is visiting the Ravens. - Adam Schefter, ESPN
Snead is a restricted free agent, so New Orleans will have the option to match the offer. Despite the Ravens signing Michael Crabtree and John Brown, they are still looking for help at wideout. -Walter


3/15: There's a holdup in the physical of new Ravens WR Ryan Grant, which could invalidate the contract. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
We're hearing that the concern in Grant's physical is "severe lack of talent." Grant signed an absurd $29 million contract with the Ravens, but he may not end up playing for them after all. I'd say this is a blessing in disguise, but there's not really any sort of disguise here. -Walter


3/15: Michael Crabtree is visiting the Ravens. - Adam Schefter, ESPN
Baltimore is listed as one of the teams that could sign Michael Crabtree. He'd be an excellent red-zone presence for Joe Flacco, who is desperate for receiving help. -Walter


3/13: The Ravens are in deep negotiations with John Brown. - Jeff Zrebiec, Baltimore Sun
Brown would be a nice upgrade for the Ravens if he can stay healthy. However, that's a major stipulation, as Brown hasn't been 100 percent since 2015. I'll like the move if the Ravens can get Brown cheaply, but a big contract would be a mistake. -Walter


3/11: The Ravens remain focused on signing Donte Moncrief. - Jason La Canfora, CBS
They must not have watched his 2017 film. Baltimore would love to sign Allen Robinson, but doesn't have the cap space to make a push for him. Moncrief makes more sense financially, but he stinks and wouldn't improve the offense very much. -Walter


3/9: The Browns and Ravens have interest in trading for Jarvis Landry. - Adam Beasley, Miami Herald
Both teams have obvious needs at receiver, and Cleveland has all the money in the world to spend. I can't imagine Jarvis Landry being overly excited to play in either city, as both teams have quarterback concerns. -Walter


3/4: The Bears and Ravens are among the teams talking to the Dolphins to acquire Jarvis Landry. - Jeremy Fowler, ESPN
There was a proposed trade between Chicago and Miami earlier involving Jordan Howard and a swap of the eighth- and 11th-overall picks, a deal that greatly favored Chicago. The Ravens, meanwhile, desperately need an upgrade at receiver as well, and Joe Flacco would benefit from Landy's acquisition. -Walter


3/3: The Bears, Browns, Ravens and 49ers are all interested in acquiring Jarvis Landry. - Joe Schad, Palm Beach Post
There aren't any surprises in that group, as all four teams are starved for receiving talent. Of those teams, San Francisco would be most intriguing because of Jimmy Garoppolo. -Walter


2/26: Danny Woodhead is a potential salary cap cut. - Jeff Zrebiec, Baltimore Sun
Woodhead was a disappointment last year, getting hurt and then barely doing anything upon his return. Cutting him would save $1.8 million, and Baltimore has just $10 million in cap space. -Walter










Buffalo Bills:
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3/18: Russell Bodine is visiting the Bills. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
Bodine is 10th in the NFL Free Agent Center Rankings, so even though Buffalo has a need for a center after losing Eric Wood for retirement, signing Bodine wouldn't do much for them. -Walter


3/12: The Bengals are trading for Cordy Glenn. - Josina Anderson, ESPN
Wow! Cincinnati usually doesn't get involved in things like this, but perhaps this is what Marvin Lewis was talking about with starting from scratch. Regardless, this is a nice move for the Bengals, provided they didn't give up too much, as Glenn will provide a huge, much-needed upgrade to the offensive line. Once details are known, I'll have grades in the NFL Trade Grades page. Edit: The Bengals and Bills have swapped first-round picks (Nos. 12 and 21) as well as fifth- and sixth-round picks. Grades to be posted shortly. -Walter


3/12: The Bills are the team to watch for Sam Bradford. - Tom Pelissero, NFL Network
The move makes sense. Buffalo needs a veteran quarterback to start some games until its rookie is ready to play. The Bills have five picks in the top 65, including Nos. 21 and 22, so they're in a position to move up and acquire whichever quarterback they want. -Walter


3/9: The Browns have acquired QB Tyrod Taylor from the Bills for a mid-round pick. - Adam Schefter, ESPN
Wow, the Browns are not letting anyone go home for the weekend! They've obtained Tyrod Taylor, which makes it unlikely that they'll pursue A.J. McCarron. It also makes it almost certain that Cleveland will select a quarterback at No. 1 or 4 overall, and that Taylor will start some exhibition games (and perhaps some regular-season contests) until the rookie is ready to take the field. As with the Jarvis Landry trade, I'll post grades for both teams in the NFL Trade Grades page once details are known. -Walter


2/27: Chris Ivory visited the Bills on Monday and the Browns on Tuesday. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
Ivory was overpaid to be Jacksonville's starter a couple of seasons ago, but he makes a lot more sense as a backup. Both Buffalo and Cleveland need No. 2 running backs, so adding him cheaply would be a nice move. -Walter


2/24: The Bills tried to trade for Martavis Bryant last season. - Jeremy Fowler, ESPN
Fowler believes that the Bills could acquire Bryant for a second- or third-round pick, which seems like way too much compensation for a player who has never done anything in his career. Bryant has so much potential, but isn't worth anything more than a fourth-rounder, and even that seems like it's stretching it. -Walter


2/15: Vontae Davis visited the Bills today. - Mike Rodak, ESPN
Buffalo could use another cornerback, depending on what happens with their free agents. Davis has thrived in the past, but has dealt with injuries the past couple of years. Davis is 18th in the NFL Free Agent Cornerback Rankings. -Walter


2/1: The Bills are not expected to pursue Kirk Cousins. - Mark Gaughan, Buffalo News
It's unclear what the Bills plan on doing at the position, but they don't have nearly as much money as the Jets ($29 million in cap space), nor the promise of contending for the Super Bowl right away like the Broncos. -Walter




Carolina Panthers:
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2/23: The Panthers are expected to cut Charles Johnson. - Joseph Person, Charlotte Observer
Johnson didn't have a sack last year, and cutting him would save about $3 million in cap space.  -Walter




Chicago Bears:
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4/5: The Saints have signed WR Cameron Meredith to an offer sheet worth $9.6 million over two years. -
Chicago has five days to match, and it better do so. Meredith is a talented receiver who showed signs that he would have a great 2017 campaign before tearing up his knee in the preseason. Meredith will be a full year removed from that injury by August, so he should be ready to go by Week 1. It's a bit strange that the Saints didn't offer Meredith more money, as the Bears may have been more reluctant to match. If the Saints get Meredith, they'll give Drew Brees two dynamic receivers to throw to on top of having Alvin Kamara leaking out of the backfield. -Walter


4/4: Jordan Howard has deleted all of his Bears pictures from his Instagram account. -
It's a sign that Howard could be traded soon. There was speculation earlier in the offseason that Howard could be dealt, and it seems as though that's coming to fruition. It could also mean that Howard is just being weird with his Instagram account, but he's not a good fit for Matt Nagy's offense, so it makes sense for Chicago to ship him away for something - perhaps a third- or fourth-round pick. I'll have a post on teams that could trade for Howard soon on the NFL Trade Block page. -Walter


3/16: The Packers have offered a multi-year offer sheet to Bears CB Kyle Fuller. - Brad Biggs, Chicago Trubine
Chicago transition tagged Fuller, so it can match the offer the Packers gave him. However, there's a chance Green Bay puts a sort of poison pill into the deal, making it impossible for the Bears to retain him. If so, the Packers would get Fuller, and Chicago would get zero compensation for him. Fuller, a former first-round pick, has been inconsistent throughout his career, but played well in 2017. He'd be a big upgrade for the Packers. -Walter


3/13: Allen Robinson will sign with the Bears when free agency opens Wednesday. - Adam Schefter, ESPN
Robinson is the top player available in the NFL Free Agent Wide Receiver Rankings. I'll have a grade for this signing when details are known. In the meantime, I will say that this move is a bit risky, as Robinson has shown lazy tendencies in the recent past, so this is not guaranteed to improve Chicago's chances of reaching the playoffs in 2018. -Walter


3/12: The Packers and Bears are interested in Sammy Watkins. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
Chicago is in desperate need for receiving help, while the Packers make sense as well because Jordy Nelson is slowing down. For more teams that could sign Watkins, check out our NFL Trade and Signing Block Page. -Walter


3/11: The 49ers, Bears and Browns will heavily pursue Allen Robinson in free agency. - Jason La Canfora, CBS
It was already reported that San Francisco was very interested in Robinson. The Bears and Browns both make sense as well, even though Cleveland just acquired Jarvis Landry. Robinson would be a nice acquisition, though there is concern with his work ethic after he mailed it in during the 2016 season. -Walter


3/4: The Bears and Ravens are among the teams talking to the Dolphins to acquire Jarvis Landry. - Jeremy Fowler, ESPN
There was a proposed trade between Chicago and Miami earlier involving Jordan Howard and a swap of the eighth- and 11th-overall picks, a deal that greatly favored Chicago. The Ravens, meanwhile, desperately need an upgrade at receiver as well, and Joe Flacco would benefit from Landy's acquisition. -Walter


3/3: The Bears have no desire to trade Jordan Howard at all despite reports of him being dealt to the Dolphins. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
NBC Chicago's John Mullin said Howard would be involved in a trade for Jarvis Landry with the Dolphins, but Rapoport is reporting that isn't the case. However, there have been other reports indicating that Chicago's new coaching staff doesn't believe Howard is a good fit for the offense because of his tendency to drop passes. Meanwhile, it seems as though the Dolphins are moving up to perhaps position themselves to trade up again for a quarterback, much like the Eagles did a couple of years ago with Carson Wentz. -Walter


3/3: The Bears and Dolphins are in discussion for a trade involving Jarvis Landry and Jordan Howard. - John Mullin, NBC Sports Chicago

The details of this proposed trade would be a swap of No. 8 and 11, a swap of Howard and Landry, and the Dolphins giving Chicago a third-round pick.

-Walter


3/3: The Bears, Browns, Ravens and 49ers are all interested in acquiring Jarvis Landry. - Joe Schad, Palm Beach Post
There aren't any surprises in that group, as all four teams are starved for receiving talent. Of those teams, San Francisco would be most intriguing because of Jimmy Garoppolo. -Walter


2/28: Mike Glennon has been informed that he'll be released prior to March 14. -
The Bears wasted $18.5 million on just four games of Glennon. It's unreasonable to expect Glennon to get a starting job for 2018, but he should be able to settle for a premium backup job. -Walter


2/16: Cornerback Kyle Fuller won't be back with the Bears next year. - Jason La Canfora, CBS
Former Bears scouting director Greg Gabriel isn't buying this story: "Bears fans you can breath easy, @JasonLaCanfora says Kyle Fuller won’t be back. That means he most likely will be back. LaConfora hasn’t been right on any Bears news in years." If Gabriel is right, this is good news, as Fuller performed well last year. -Walter


2/6: David Amerson will visit the Bears tomorrow. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
Amerson struggled with the Raiders, but has the talent to rebound. He's 20th in our NFL Free Agent Cornerback Rankings. -Walter








Cincinnati Bengals:
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3/12: The Bengals are trading for Cordy Glenn. - Josina Anderson, ESPN
Wow! Cincinnati usually doesn't get involved in things like this, but perhaps this is what Marvin Lewis was talking about with starting from scratch. Regardless, this is a nice move for the Bengals, provided they didn't give up too much, as Glenn will provide a huge, much-needed upgrade to the offensive line. Once details are known, I'll have grades in the NFL Trade Grades page. Edit: The Bengals and Bills have swapped first-round picks (Nos. 12 and 21) as well as fifth- and sixth-round picks. Grades to be posted shortly. -Walter


3/2: Kurt Coleman met with the Bengals at the Combine, and he also visited the Saints. - Katherine Terrell, ESPN
Both teams need safeties, so it makes sense. Coleman played very well in 2015, but has struggled since. -Walter




Cleveland Browns:
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3/22: E.J. Gaines is visiting the Jets and Browns. - Mike Garafolo, NFL Network
Both teams need a cornerback despite acquiring a player at the position this offseason. New York has to find a long-term answer across from Trumaine Johnson, while the Browns dealt Jason McCourty after acquiring Damarious Randall from Green Bay. Gaines is the top player available in the NFL Free Agent Cornerback Rankings. -Walter


3/14: The Browns, Rams and 49ers are interested in Terrelle Pryor. - Michael Silver, NFL Network
Pryor is the top player available in the NFL Free Agent Wide Receiver Rankings. Pryor, of course, played for the Browns in 2016, eclipsing the 1,000-yard barrier. The Rams need to replace Sammy Watkins, while San Francisco is hunting for a receiver after missing out on Allen Robinson. -Walter


3/13: The Browns are making a big push for Nate Solder. - Ben Volin, Boston Globe
Uh oh. Could this mean that the Browns expect Joe Thomas to retire? Thomas hasn't made his intentions for 2018 known yet, so this could be an indication that Cleveland thinks Thomas will call it quits. -Walter


3/11: The 49ers, Bears and Browns will heavily pursue Allen Robinson in free agency. - Jason La Canfora, CBS
It was already reported that San Francisco was very interested in Robinson. The Bears and Browns both make sense as well, even though Cleveland just acquired Jarvis Landry. Robinson would be a nice acquisition, though there is concern with his work ethic after he mailed it in during the 2016 season. -Walter


3/9: The Packers have acquired DeShone Kizer from the Browns. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
Wow, what in the world is going on here!? This is the fourth trade the Browns have made in the past two hours, though I suppose Kizer and Damarious Randall are part of the same deal. Cleveland obviously didn't need Kizer anymore in the wake of the Tyrod Taylor trade, as the team will use one of its top-four picks on a quarterback. The Packers, meanwhile, had to obtain a better backup behind Aaron Rodgers after what transpired last year when Aaron Rodgers got hurt. We'll have grades in the NFL Trade Grades page soon. -Walter


3/9: The Browns have traded for Packers CB Damarious Randall. - Adam Schefter, ESPN
John Dorsey is determined to do two things: Trade for every player in the NFL and keep Cleveland sports writers from going home this weekend. In addition to obtaining Jarvis Landry and Tyrod Taylor, the Browns have now gotten cornerback Damarious Randall, who was Green Bay's top cornerback in 2017. That's not saying much, but Randall is young (26 in August) and should provide a solid boost for Cleveland's secondary. As always, check the NFL Trade Grades page for grades once the details come out. -Walter


3/9: The Browns have acquired QB Tyrod Taylor from the Bills for a mid-round pick. - Adam Schefter, ESPN
Wow, the Browns are not letting anyone go home for the weekend! They've obtained Tyrod Taylor, which makes it unlikely that they'll pursue A.J. McCarron. It also makes it almost certain that Cleveland will select a quarterback at No. 1 or 4 overall, and that Taylor will start some exhibition games (and perhaps some regular-season contests) until the rookie is ready to take the field. As with the Jarvis Landry trade, I'll post grades for both teams in the NFL Trade Grades page once details are known. -Walter


3/9: The Browns have acquired WR Jarvis Landry from the Dolphins for two draft picks. - Adam Schefter, ESPN
We're still waiting on which draft picks those are exactly, and once we find out, I'll post grades for both the Browns and Dolphins in the NFL Trade Grades page. In the meantime, I will say this: I love this move for the Browns, provided they didn't give up too much. Landry has some haters among evaluators, but he's a tremendous route runner and a great threat in the slot. Josh Gordon isn't trustworthy, so it's nice that Cleveland finally obtained a viable weapon for whomever its next quarterback will be. Update: Schefter is reporting that neither of the two picks is in the first two rounds, and that one of them will be in the 2019 NFL Draft. It's looking more and more like a steal for Cleveland, but we'll have to wait and see what the details are. -Walter


3/9: The Browns and Ravens have interest in trading for Jarvis Landry. - Adam Beasley, Miami Herald
Both teams have obvious needs at receiver, and Cleveland has all the money in the world to spend. I can't imagine Jarvis Landry being overly excited to play in either city, as both teams have quarterback concerns. -Walter


3/5: Sam Shields is visiting the Browns and Rams. - Michael Cohen, Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel
Shields has played just one game in the past two years because of concussions, but he's very talented. If healthy, he'd be a huge upgrade for the Browns. The Rams also need another cornerback despite acquiring Marcus Peters. Shields is 19th in the NFL Free Agent Cornerback Rankings. -Walter


3/3: The Bears, Browns, Ravens and 49ers are all interested in acquiring Jarvis Landry. - Joe Schad, Palm Beach Post
There aren't any surprises in that group, as all four teams are starved for receiving talent. Of those teams, San Francisco would be most intriguing because of Jimmy Garoppolo. -Walter


2/27: Chris Ivory visited the Bills on Monday and the Browns on Tuesday. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
Ivory was overpaid to be Jacksonville's starter a couple of seasons ago, but he makes a lot more sense as a backup. Both Buffalo and Cleveland need No. 2 running backs, so adding him cheaply would be a nice move. -Walter


2/18: A.J. McCarron is drawing interest from the Broncos, Browns, Jets, Vikings and Cardinals. - Charley Walters, St. Paul Pioneer Press
None of those teams should be surprising, especially the Browns, who almost traded for him on Halloween. As for the Vikings, Walters is reporting that while Minnesota is expected to consider McCarron, Case Keenum remains the favorite to be the team's starter. -Walter


2/16: Vontae Davis is visiting the Browns today. - Adam Schefter, ESPN
Cleveland is desperate for cornerback help, and Davis would provide that if he can stay healthy for once. -Walter


2/4: The Browns are not a serious suitor for Kirk Cousins. - Mary Kay Cabot , Cleveland Plain-Dealer
Cousins apparently wants to win right away, which eliminates Cleveland in his mind. However, what Cousins may not understand is that if the Browns were able to sign him with their $110 million in cap space, and then add Saquon Barkley and Minkah Fitzpatrick in the top four, and perhaps acquire a solid receiver in free agency, they would be a serious contender in the AFC. -Walter




Dallas Cowboys:
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4/11: The Cowboys plan on releasing Dez Bryant today. - Adam Schefter, ESPN
The team is currently meeting with Bryant right now. Perhaps this meeting is to entice Bryant to re-sign at a cheaper rate. Dallas has to cut Bryant because the team has no money, and Bryant is a declining player whose release will save $12 million in cap space if he's designated as a June 1 cut. -Walter


3/27: "The Cowboys will cut Dez Bryant, after the draft, but make no mistake - they will cut him." - Jordan Schultz, Yahoo!
It makes sense that Dallas would cut Bryant, as he has an albatross of a cap figure for a team with a dire financial situation. I have the Cowboys taking two receivers in my updated 2018 NFL Mock Draft. -Walter


3/20: Allen Hurns will visit the Cowboys. - Josina Anderson, ESPN
Dallas needs at least one receiver this offseason, though I'm not sure Hurns qualifies because he's not that good. Hurns is 22nd in the NFL Free Agent Wide Receiver Rankings. -Walter


3/18: Former Patriots OT Cameron Fleming is visiting the Cowboys. - Todd Archer, ESPN
Dallas has two holes on the offensive line - left guard and right tackle - but it can kill two stones with one bird, as a former Cowboy once said, by signing the promising Fleming and moving La'El Collins to guard. -Walter


3/15: The Cowboys are "out" on Ndamukong Suh. - Jane Slater, NFL Network
Some would say that the Cowboys had a "bulging" need for an interior pass-rusher, but Suh might be out of Dallas' price range. -Walter


3/14: The Cowboys and Seahawks are interested in signing Ndamukong Suh. - Dianna Marie Russini, ESPN
Dallas and Seattle are not listed on the NFL Free Agent Signing Block page, but both make sense for Suh. Check the link for other teams that could add the former Dolphin defensive tackle. -Walter


2/27: Cowboys VP Stephen Jones said the team will trade or release Orlando Scandrick. -
It'll be hard to get full value for Scandrick in the wake of those comments. Oops! Scandrick is talented, but recently turned 31, and he hasn't played a full season since 2013. -Walter


2/12: The Cowboys have interest in Kenny Vaccaro. - Nick Underhill, New Orleans Advocate
The Saints were shopping Vaccaro last offseason, and Dallas was apparently interested. Vaccaro is now a free agent - he's fourth in the NFL Free Agent Safety Rankings - so the Cowboys could make it a priority to sign him. -Walter








Denver Broncos:
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3/14: The Vikings are set to trade with the Broncos for Trevor Siemian. - Adam Schefter, ESPN
Quarterback controversy!?!? OK, maybe not. The Vikings saw all three of their quarterbacks from 2017 leave, so they needed to find a viable backup behind Kirk Cousins. Siemian failed as a starter, but he should be a decent No. 2 signal-caller in the NFL. -Walter


3/13: The Broncos are fielding trade offers for Trevor Simian. - Nicki Jhabvala, Denver Post
It's unlikely the Broncos will get anything more than a late-round pick in return, and it might even be conditional. Siemian can be a decent backup in the NFL, but his starting days are over. -Walter


3/13: The Broncos will be targeting CB T.J. Carrie. - Jason La Canfora, CBS
Denver is familiar with Carrie, having seen him play solid football in Oakland. Carrie has done well for himself after being a seventh-round pick in 2014. He's 11th in the NFL Free Agent Cornerback Rankings. -Walter


3/12: Case Keenum intends to sign with the Broncos when free agency opens Wednesday. - Adam Schefter, ESPN
The Broncos have bowed out of the Kirk Cousins race and have gone with the next-best option. Keenum has shown that he can lead a team with a great defense to a conference-championship appearance, though it remains to be seen whether or not he can catch lightning in a bottle once again. This doesn't mean Denver won't use the fifth-overall pick on a quarterback, though Denver could opt to eschew the signal-callers this year and go with Quenton Nelson instead. -Walter


3/12: The Broncos are the frontrunners to sign Nate Solder. - Michael Giardi, NBC Sports
I don't know if the Broncos still think they have a shot to sign Kirk Cousins, but this would be a nice way to entice him to sign. Solder, when healthy, is a skilled blocker. However, it's unclear if he'll play on the blind side or not, given Garett Bolles' presence. Bolles could move to right tackle, but that's not a guarantee. -Walter


3/12: The Broncos will attempt to trade C.J. Anderson, but will not release him. - Mike Klis, 9 News Denver
I guess this is one way to get around losing leverage! Anderson rushed for 1,007 yards on a 4.1 YPC last year despite running behind a pedestrian offensive line. However, he hasn't been very reliable over the years because of injuries. He could net a late-round pick in return, as the supply of running backs is very high because of the incoming draft class. Check out the 2018 NFL Draft Running Back Prospect Rankings here. -Walter


3/8: The Rams and Broncos have finalized a deal that will move Aqib Talib to the Rams. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
Wow. The Rams, of course, recently just acquired Marcus Peters. Now, they'll have Talib, giving them arguably the top cornerback duo in the entire NFL. They also have Kayvon Webster, another talented corner, and two talented safeties, so they have the same sort of secondary the Broncos possessed when Wade Phillips' dominant Denver defense won the Super Bowl. This is perfect for the Rams to combat the 49ers, who will have a strong passing attack because of Jimmy Garoppolo. I'll have grades for this once the details are known in the NFL Trade Grades page. -Walter


3/8: It's likely that the Broncos will trade Aqib Talib. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
As with the Seahawks and Michael Bennett, the Broncos won't get full value for Talib because teams know that Talib could be cut if there are no partners. Talib is the same age as Bennett, so it seems reasonable that the Broncos would get the same sort of compensation for him. An early third-day pick should get it done. -Walter


3/7: The Broncos are interested in Case Keenum. - Mike Klis, 9 News Denver
The Vikings reportedly plan to give Kirk Cousins an insane $91 million fully guaranteed, and the Broncos would be foolish to attempt to outbid that. Keenum would make sense for a short-term deal, and Denver could still take a quarterback at No. 5 overall. -Walter


3/5: "Multiple Broncos sources feel Kirk Cousins is likely headed to Minnesota." - Benjamin Albright, 104.7 FM Denver
If this is true, the Broncos would be favored to acquire Case Keenum. They would also likely spend the fifth-overall pick on a quarterback, perhaps Josh Rosen, whom John Elway has been linked to in the NFL Draft Rumors page. -Walter


3/4: "Hearing more and more about the Broncos and Case Keenum." - Jason La Canfora, CBS
Kirk Cousins is Denver's top choice, but Keenum will be the fallback option. Keenum won't preclude the Broncos from selecting a quarterback at No. 5 overall. -Walter


3/4: The Jets are worried that Kirk Cousins won't accept their deal, no matter how big it is, as long as the Vikings are in the running. - Ralph Vacchiano, SNY
There's an indication that the Jets might be aware that Cousins is definitely heading for Minnesota. The Vikings were already one of the two favorites to land Cousins, along with the Broncos, so this report has to put them ahead. If Denver can't get Cousins, it'll have to focus on obtaining Case Keenum or A.J. McCarron and then spending its first-round pick on a quarterback, perhaps Josh Rosen. -Walter


3/2: The Broncos are preparing to go "all in" on Kirk Cousins. - Charles Robinson, Yahoo!
Robinson writes that Denver has plans to clear up to $50 million in cap space to get the deal done, negating any advantage the Vikings may have at the moment. If all things are even, Cousins may decide that he wants to play for John Elway, much like Peyton Manning did in 2012. -Walter


2/28: The Broncos and Redskins are discussing a trade that would involve Su'a Cravens. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
Cravens was a second-round pick in the 2016 NFL Draft, and he played well as a rookie. However, he missed all of 2017 because of knee surgery and multiple concussions. The latter has been such a big issue that Cravens has even contemplated retirement. Cravens, if healthy, could provide a boost for the Broncos at inside linebacker, and he could probably be acquired for a conditional third-day pick. -Walter


2/21: The Broncos are expected to make Trevor Siemian available via trade this spring. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
For what, though? The Broncos won't get much for Siemian, who projects as a decent, long-term backup in the NFL. No team acquiring Siemian will do so with the intention of having him compete for the starting job. -Walter


2/18: A.J. McCarron is drawing interest from the Broncos, Browns, Jets, Vikings and Cardinals. - Charley Walters, St. Paul Pioneer Press
None of those teams should be surprising, especially the Browns, who almost traded for him on Halloween. As for the Vikings, Walters is reporting that while Minnesota is expected to consider McCarron, Case Keenum remains the favorite to be the team's starter. -Walter


2/14: It's believed that the Broncos will retain Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
It was previously speculated that the declining Thomas would be cut, but apparently his presence, as well as Sanders', makes Denver an attractive destination for Kirk Cousins. -Walter


2/2: Kirk Cousins told the media that he would love playing for Denver. -
"Love it if Denver is interested." Is the exact quote. The Broncos would automatically become of the best teams in the AFC if they were to land Cousins. -Walter


1/31: Von Miller told the media that he wants Kirk Cousins as his quarterback. -
"Kirk could take us over the edge," Miller said. The Broncos have just $26 million in cap space, but they could find a way to move money around to sign Cousins. If so, they'd instantly become one of the top teams in the AFC. -Walter




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3/21: Johnathan Hankins is visiting the Lions. - Field Yates, ESPN
Alan Branch is as well, but Hankins is the big name. Hankins is the second-best player available in the Top 100 NFL Free Agent Rankings, and he would be a replacement (and an upgrade) for Philadelphia-bound Haloti Ngata. -Walter


3/14: The Lions are close to a deal with Frank Gore. - Mike Jones, Washington Post
At this rate, Gore will never retire. I can't see the Lions going into the year with Gore as their starter, but he would be a solid reserve. I would still have Detroit selecting Sony Michel 20th overall in my 2018 NFL Mock Draft. -Walter


3/13: Frank Gore will visit the Lions. - Aditi Kinkhabwala, NFL Network
Hopefully Detroit doesn't make the mistake of overpaying for a running back prior to a draft packed full of talented ones. However, if signed cheaply, Gore could be a nice backup. -Walter


3/12: Deshawn Shead is visiting the Lions. - Brady Henderson, ESPN
Detroit needs all the help it can get at cornerback. Shead won't provide great assistance, but he wouldn't be a bad addition either. Shead is 40th in the NFL Free Agent Cornerback Rankings. -Walter


3/12: The Lions have strong interest in Malcolm Butler. - Michael Giardi, NBC Sports
The connection is obvious, as Matt Patricia coached Butler in New England. If Butler signs with the Lions, we'll know for sure that Patricia didn't have any sort of hand in inexplicably benching Butler in the Super Bowl. -Walter


3/12: The Lions are heavily interested in TE Trey Burton. - Mike Garafolo, NFL Network
Based on how much money Cameron Brate just received (6 years, $41 million), it's reasonable to expect Burton to get somewhere in the neighborhood of $50 billion. Burton is the top-rated player in the NFL Free Agent Tight End Rankings, and it would make sense for the Lions to upgrade Eric Ebron - just as long as they don't grossly overpay Burton like Tampa did with Brate. -Walter


3/12: Jonathan Stewart is visiting the Lions. - Adam Schefter, ESPN
All of the old running backs are making their rounds in Detroit, as DeMarco Murray also visited. None of these guys are the solution to the Lions' running back needs. I have Detroit taking Sony Michel at No. 20 overall in my 2018 NFL Mock Draft. -Walter


3/11: DeMarco Murray is visiting the Lions on Monday. - Adam Schefter, ESPN
Murray is fourth in the NFL Free Agent Running Back Rankings, but that doesn't mean that he would be a big upgrade for the Lions. Murray has fallen off lately as a runner, given that he's 30. However, he could still be a valuable pass-catching weapon out of the backfield. -Walter


3/10: Richard Sherman has scheduled a meeting with the Lions. - Tom Pelissero, NFL Network
Detroit is in desperate need of a cornerback across from Darius Slay, so the match would make sense. This could be a ploy from Sherman to increase his leverage, but it's worth noting that the 49ers would likely lock Sherman up as quickly as possible with their $70 million in spending money if he were making great progress with his Achilles. -Walter


2/12: The Lions aren't expected to re-sign Travis Swanson. - Dave Birkett, Detroit Free-Press
Swanson is good when healthy - he's fourth in the NFL Free Agent Center Rankings - but he has a poor history of concussions that could force him into early retirement. -Walter




Green Bay Packers:
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3/16: The Packers have offered a multi-year offer sheet to Bears CB Kyle Fuller. - Brad Biggs, Chicago Trubine
Chicago transition tagged Fuller, so it can match the offer the Packers gave him. However, there's a chance Green Bay puts a sort of poison pill into the deal, making it impossible for the Bears to retain him. If so, the Packers would get Fuller, and Chicago would get zero compensation for him. Fuller, a former first-round pick, has been inconsistent throughout his career, but played well in 2017. He'd be a big upgrade for the Packers. -Walter


3/14: The Packers and Raiders are both interested in Rashaan Melvin. - Adam Schefter, ESPN
Melvin is one of the top players remaining in the NFL Free Agent Cornerback Rankings page. Both teams are hurting at cornerback, so it makes sense for both to be interested in him. -Walter


3/13: The Packers are planning a "major pursuit" of Trumaine Johnson. - Evan Massey, The Inquistr
Massey also reports that the Browns are also very interested in Johnson's services. Johnson would be a great acquisition for the Packers, as he's fourth in the NFL Free Agent Cornerback Rankings. -Walter


3/12: The Packers and Bears are interested in Sammy Watkins. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
Chicago is in desperate need for receiving help, while the Packers make sense as well because Jordy Nelson is slowing down. For more teams that could sign Watkins, check out our NFL Trade and Signing Block Page. -Walter


3/12: The Packers have reached out to Jimmy Graham. - Mike Garafolo, NFL Network
Green Bay whiffed on a veteran tight end last year in Martellus Bennett, but perhaps Graham will net better results. Graham, however, didn't seem quite right last year, perhaps because of lingering effects from his torn patellar tendon. The Packers have competition for Graham, as the Saints are interested in him as well. -Walter


3/9: The Packers have acquired DeShone Kizer from the Browns. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
Wow, what in the world is going on here!? This is the fourth trade the Browns have made in the past two hours, though I suppose Kizer and Damarious Randall are part of the same deal. Cleveland obviously didn't need Kizer anymore in the wake of the Tyrod Taylor trade, as the team will use one of its top-four picks on a quarterback. The Packers, meanwhile, had to obtain a better backup behind Aaron Rodgers after what transpired last year when Aaron Rodgers got hurt. We'll have grades in the NFL Trade Grades page soon. -Walter


3/9: The Browns have traded for Packers CB Damarious Randall. - Adam Schefter, ESPN
John Dorsey is determined to do two things: Trade for every player in the NFL and keep Cleveland sports writers from going home this weekend. In addition to obtaining Jarvis Landry and Tyrod Taylor, the Browns have now gotten cornerback Damarious Randall, who was Green Bay's top cornerback in 2017. That's not saying much, but Randall is young (26 in August) and should provide a solid boost for Cleveland's secondary. As always, check the NFL Trade Grades page for grades once the details come out. -Walter


3/5: Muhammad Wilkerson will visit the Packers. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
Green Bay desperately needs help in the secondary, but Wilkerson's pressure will help the defensive backfield for sure. Wilkerson is 17th in the Top 100 NFL Free Agent Rankings. -Walter






Houston Texans:
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3/14: The Texans are very interested in signing Tyrann Mathieu. - John McClain, Houston Chronicle
Arizona inexplicably cut Mathieu today, so plenty of teams are bound to be interested. Here's a link to six other teams that could sign Tyrann Mathieu. Houston, listed there, would have a very dangerous defense with Mathieu if J.J. Watt and Whitney Mercilius can stay healthy in 2018. -Walter


3/12: The Texans have CB E.J. Gaines on their radar. - Aaron Wilson, Houston Chronicle
If Houston can't get Malcolm Butler, Gaines would be a nice consolation prize. Gaines is second in the NFL Free Agent Cornerback Rankings, so he would definitely help the team's ailing secondary. -Walter


3/12: The Texans have reached out to Malcolm Butler. - Michael Giardi, NBC Sports
Houston has tons of cap space to really attack two areas this offseason: the offensive line and secondary. Both are major areas of weaknesses, but Butler would obviously help shore up the latter. Butler is the top-rated player in the NFL Free Agent Cornerback Rankings. -Walter


3/12: The Texans will be all over Nate Solder. - Peter King, MMQB
Signing Solder would make a lot of sense for Houston. He would fill a huge need at left tackle, and Bill O'Brien coached him one in New England. Solder is talented, but has some injury issues. Despite this, however, he's still atop the NFL Free Agent Offensive Tackle Rankings. -Walter


3/4: The Texans and Chiefs have shown interest in Star Lotulelei. - Tony Pauline, DraftAnalyst.com
Lotulelei has been a disappointment as a former first-round pick, and he checks in at 21st in the NFL Free Agent Defensive Tackle Rankings. -Walter


2/25: The Texans could cut Lamar Miller. - Sarah Barshop, ESPN
Houston has plenty of cap space ($63 million), but needs all of the money it can get its hands on to add offensive linemen and defensive backs in free agency. The Texans could save nearly $6 million by cutting Miller, who lost lots of carries to Alfred Blue down the stretch. D'Onta Foreman will also be back from his torn Achilles to take touches away from Miller. -Walter


2/12: David Amerson is visiting the Texans today. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
Amerson struggled in Oakland, but has talent and could be a nice reclamation project for Romeo Crennel. The Texans are hurting in the secondary, so this fit makes sense. -Walter




Indianapolis Colts:
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3/20: Cameron Meredith visited the Colts. - Field Yates, ESPN
Meredith looked like he was going to have a great year, but suffered a season-ending injury in the preseason. He's a restricted free agent, so the Bears will be able to match any offer the Colts, or any other team, gives him. Indianapolis would greatly benefit from obtaining Meredith, and the team has a great amount of cap space, so it can make the Bears feel uncomfortable in re-signing the injured wideout. -Walter


3/12: Andrew Norwell has narrowed down his three finalists to the Giants, 49ers and Colts. - Art Stapleton, USA Today
It's not a coincidence that all three teams have dire needs at guard. If Norwell wants to win right away, he'll go to San Francisco. Indianapolis, meanwhile, can offer him the most money because it has the most cap space ($72 million). Joining the Colts, however, would be risky, as it's unclear what Andrew Luck's status is. -Walter


3/11: The Jets, Titans and Colts are "in play" for Dion Lewis. - Jason La Canfora, CBS
Lewis is the top player available in the NFL Free Agent Running Back Rankings. He makes sense for all three teams. He'd start for the Jets and Colts, while Tennessee wants a receiving back to pair with Derrick Henry. -Walter




Jacksonville Jaguars:
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3/20: Allen Hurns is visiting the Jets. - Josina Anderson, ESPN
Hurns had 1,031 yards in 2015, but that was a byproduct of Blake Bortles' garbage time and Greg Olson's excellent coaching. Hurns is unlikely to match those stats again, but the Jets are starved for receiving talent, especially if Robby Anderson is suspended. -Walter


3/15: Austin Seferian-Jenkins is visiting the Jaguars. - Josina Anderson, ESPN
Seferian-Jenkins left Seattle without a contract. He would be a nice addition for the Jaguars, who have a big hole at tight end, though Jacksonville shouldn't be forced into spending a lot for him. -Walter


3/12: The Jaguars are interested in Sammy Watkins. - Mike Kaye, First Coast News
That definitely makes sense, as Allen Robinson seems set to leave via free agency. Both Robinson and Watkins have proven to be unreliable lately for different reasons, but if Jacksonville can have Watkins stay healthy, he would be a potent No. 1 target for them. -Walter


2/23: The Jaguars are exploring their options at quarterback this offseason. - , PFT
The problem is, thanks to stupidity last year, Blake Bortles is still on the roster, and he'll be owed $19 million in 2018 when he fails his physical. The Jaguars desperately need an upgrade at quarterback, but it'll be tough to make a big move. I have them getting Sam Bradford in the NFL Offseason Quarterback Predictions article. -Walter


2/20: Justin Pugh has moved and relocated his family to Florida. -
This doesn't necessarily mean that he'll sign with one of the three Florida teams, but it certainly could. All three of the Dolphins, Buccaneers and Jaguars would love to have Pugh as an upgrade in the interior of their putrid offensive lines. Of the three, perhaps Jacksonville has the edge, as Tom Coughlin drafted Pugh with the Giants. -Walter






Kansas City Chiefs:
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3/16: Thomas Rawls is visiting the Chiefs. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
Kansas City already has Kareem Hunt and Spencer Ware, so this fit is questionable. That said, Ware is the fifth-best player available in the NFL Free Agent Running Back Rankings. -Walter


3/9: Muhammad Wilkerson is visiting the Chiefs on Saturday. - Jason La Canfora, CBS
Kansas City has needs all over its defense, and the front line is one area that must improve. Wilkerson would provide a big boost, provided he can stay motivated. Given that Andy Reid has had plenty of positive experiences with troubled players, there's a good chance Wilkerson would thrive with the Chiefs. -Walter


3/4: The Texans and Chiefs have shown interest in Star Lotulelei. - Tony Pauline, DraftAnalyst.com
Lotulelei has been a disappointment as a former first-round pick, and he checks in at 21st in the NFL Free Agent Defensive Tackle Rankings. -Walter


2/23: The Chiefs tried to acquire Robert Quinn from the Rams. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
They wanted this to be the compensation for dealing Marcus Peters to the Rams. Apparently, they've moved on from that idea and will now acquire some draft picks, as they need to make up for their missing first-rounder. We'll have grades for both teams once the details of the trade are known. -Walter


2/23: The Chiefs and Rams are in the final stages of a trade involving Marcus Peters. - Adam Schefter, ESPN
It's unclear what the details are, but the Rams' secondary will obviously get a huge boost. The Chiefs have the third-worst cap situation in the NFL, so they need relief. They should be able to get some sort of a second-day pick for Peters, but we'll see. Stay tuned for grades! -Walter


2/19: Marcus Peters "may not be long" for Kansas City. - Jason La Canfora, CBS
La Canfora speculated that Peters could be gone after this season. It could be possible that the Chiefs will trade Peters in the near future because of their cap situation. -Walter


2/9: The Chiefs are expected to cut Tamba Hali and Derrick Johnson. - Adam Teicher, ESPN
Hali makes sense, as he had a sack-less 2017 season. Johnson can still play despite the fact that he turns 36 in Thanksgiving. However, he's not worth the $8 million price tag he carries for 2018. -Walter




Los Angeles Chargers:
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3/16: Mike Pouncey is visiting the Chargers. - Adam Schefter, ESPN
It would make for a nice signing, as the Chargers had some poor play at center last year. Pouncey is rated 77th overall in the Top 100 NFL Free Agent Rankings. -Walter


3/14: Sebastian Janikowski is visiting the Chargers. - Adam Schefter, ESPN
Can the Chargers finally solve their kicking woes? They might as well take a shot with Sebastian Janikowski, should be able to kick well despite his age (40). -Walter




Los Angeles Rams:
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3/21: Ndamukong Suh has canceled his visit with the Raiders and is now deciding between the Rams, Saints and Titans. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
All three teams obviously make sense for Suh, but he would probably be most fun to watch with the Rams, as he, Aaron Donald and Michael Brockers would form a ridiculous trio. Per Rapoport, the Rams left a strong impression on Suh, so they're probably the favorites right now. -Walter


3/19: Ndamukong Suh is visiting the Rams. - Jordan Schultz, Yahoo!
Wow, that would be something. The Rams already have the best secondary in the NFL, and their defensive line would feature Suh, Aaron Donald and Michael Brockers. They'd still need a couple of edge rushers, but Suh would certainly take their defense to another level. -Walter


3/14: The Browns, Rams and 49ers are interested in Terrelle Pryor. - Michael Silver, NFL Network
Pryor is the top player available in the NFL Free Agent Wide Receiver Rankings. Pryor, of course, played for the Browns in 2016, eclipsing the 1,000-yard barrier. The Rams need to replace Sammy Watkins, while San Francisco is hunting for a receiver after missing out on Allen Robinson. -Walter


3/8: The Rams and Broncos have finalized a deal that will move Aqib Talib to the Rams. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
Wow. The Rams, of course, recently just acquired Marcus Peters. Now, they'll have Talib, giving them arguably the top cornerback duo in the entire NFL. They also have Kayvon Webster, another talented corner, and two talented safeties, so they have the same sort of secondary the Broncos possessed when Wade Phillips' dominant Denver defense won the Super Bowl. This is perfect for the Rams to combat the 49ers, who will have a strong passing attack because of Jimmy Garoppolo. I'll have grades for this once the details are known in the NFL Trade Grades page. -Walter


3/5: Sam Shields is visiting the Browns and Rams. - Michael Cohen, Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel
Shields has played just one game in the past two years because of concussions, but he's very talented. If healthy, he'd be a huge upgrade for the Browns. The Rams also need another cornerback despite acquiring Marcus Peters. Shields is 19th in the NFL Free Agent Cornerback Rankings. -Walter


3/2: The Dolphins have acquired Robert Quinn from the Rams. - Adam Schefter, ESPN
We're still waiting on compensation, but the move is puzzling considering that the Dolphins don't have cap space. Miami should be rebuilding rather than trying to make a futile push to get back into the playoffs. For the Rams, it would make sense to recoup draft picks after acquiring Marcus Peters. -Walter


2/23: The Chiefs tried to acquire Robert Quinn from the Rams. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
They wanted this to be the compensation for dealing Marcus Peters to the Rams. Apparently, they've moved on from that idea and will now acquire some draft picks, as they need to make up for their missing first-rounder. We'll have grades for both teams once the details of the trade are known. -Walter


2/23: The Chiefs and Rams are in the final stages of a trade involving Marcus Peters. - Adam Schefter, ESPN
It's unclear what the details are, but the Rams' secondary will obviously get a huge boost. The Chiefs have the third-worst cap situation in the NFL, so they need relief. They should be able to get some sort of a second-day pick for Peters, but we'll see. Stay tuned for grades! -Walter






Miami Dolphins:
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3/21: Frank Gore and Brock Osweiler are visiting the Dolphins. - Adam Schefter, ESPN
The Dolphins need backups at both running back and quarterback, so signing both players would make sense. Gore played for the University of Miami, so this would be a homecoming for him. As for Osweiler, he was with Adam Gase in Denver, so there's familiarity with the offense. -Walter


3/16: DeMarco Murray will visit the Dolphins. - Joe Schad, ESPN
Kenyan Drake had a strong finish last season, so Murray will play second fiddle to the former Alabama prospect. Still, Murray would be a nice addition as a pass-catching back on third downs. -Walter


3/14: Josh Sitton is visiting the Dolphins. - Adam Schefter, ESPN
Miami desperately needs guard help, and Sitton would definitely be a big-time upgrade for the team. -Walter


3/12: The Dolphins are the leaders to acquire WR Albert Wilson. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
Wilson is just 23rd in the NFL Free Agent Wide Receiver Rankings, so this isn't anything to be excited about. The Dolphins need help at receiver, but Wilson would be a major downgrade from Jarvis Landry. -Walter


3/12: The Dolphins are shopping Ja'Wuan James. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
James is their best offensive lineman, but this is something Miami is forced to do because of cap restrictions. Because this is already known, the Dolphins will have no leverage. If they manage to deal James, it'll be for nothing better than a fifth-round pick, in all likelihood. -Walter


3/9: The Browns have acquired WR Jarvis Landry from the Dolphins for two draft picks. - Adam Schefter, ESPN
We're still waiting on which draft picks those are exactly, and once we find out, I'll post grades for both the Browns and Dolphins in the NFL Trade Grades page. In the meantime, I will say this: I love this move for the Browns, provided they didn't give up too much. Landry has some haters among evaluators, but he's a tremendous route runner and a great threat in the slot. Josh Gordon isn't trustworthy, so it's nice that Cleveland finally obtained a viable weapon for whomever its next quarterback will be. Update: Schefter is reporting that neither of the two picks is in the first two rounds, and that one of them will be in the 2019 NFL Draft. It's looking more and more like a steal for Cleveland, but we'll have to wait and see what the details are. -Walter


3/4: The Bears and Ravens are among the teams talking to the Dolphins to acquire Jarvis Landry. - Jeremy Fowler, ESPN
There was a proposed trade between Chicago and Miami earlier involving Jordan Howard and a swap of the eighth- and 11th-overall picks, a deal that greatly favored Chicago. The Ravens, meanwhile, desperately need an upgrade at receiver as well, and Joe Flacco would benefit from Landy's acquisition. -Walter


3/3: The Bears have no desire to trade Jordan Howard at all despite reports of him being dealt to the Dolphins. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
NBC Chicago's John Mullin said Howard would be involved in a trade for Jarvis Landry with the Dolphins, but Rapoport is reporting that isn't the case. However, there have been other reports indicating that Chicago's new coaching staff doesn't believe Howard is a good fit for the offense because of his tendency to drop passes. Meanwhile, it seems as though the Dolphins are moving up to perhaps position themselves to trade up again for a quarterback, much like the Eagles did a couple of years ago with Carson Wentz. -Walter


3/3: The Bears and Dolphins are in discussion for a trade involving Jarvis Landry and Jordan Howard. - John Mullin, NBC Sports Chicago

The details of this proposed trade would be a swap of No. 8 and 11, a swap of Howard and Landry, and the Dolphins giving Chicago a third-round pick.

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3/2: The Dolphins have acquired Robert Quinn from the Rams. - Adam Schefter, ESPN
We're still waiting on compensation, but the move is puzzling considering that the Dolphins don't have cap space. Miami should be rebuilding rather than trying to make a futile push to get back into the playoffs. For the Rams, it would make sense to recoup draft picks after acquiring Marcus Peters. -Walter


3/1: The Dolphins have given Jarvis Landry permission to seek and facilitate a trade. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
As speculated, the Dolphins plan on dealing their talented wideout. Here's a link of a list of seven teams that could trade for Jarvis Landry. -Walter


3/1: The Dolphins and Jets are very interested in signing Travis Swanson. - Jeff Howe, Boston Herald
Swanson can be a solid center when healthy, but he's had durability issues over his career. The Dolphins appear to make less sense than the Jets because they have two viable starting centers on the roster, but they can move one of the players (either Swanson or Mike Pouncey) to guard. The Jets, on the other hand, are in desperate need of an upgrade. -Walter


2/26: Multiple sources believe the Dolphins are trying to trade Jarvis Landry. - Adam Schefter, ESPN
This has been the consensus thus far. Here are seven teams that could trade for Jarvis Landry. -Walter


2/23: It would be a stunner if the Dolphins didn't trade Jarvis Landry in the next few weeks. - Adam Beasley, Miami Herald
There's already been speculation about this, but now it's confirmation that Landry will probably move on somewhere. Here are seven teams that could trade for Jarvis Landry. -Walter


2/23: Vontae Davis is visiting the Dolphins today. - Adam Schefter, ESPN
If Davis signs with Miami, he would be going home to the team that drafted him in 2009. The Dolphins are desperate for cornerback help, but also happen to be in pretty rough shape, as they are over the salary cap with tons of holes on their roster. -Walter


2/22: The Dolphins will release Julius Thomas and Lawrence Timmons by the start of free agency. - Armando Salguero, Miami Herald
The front office has some work to do. Besides the Eagles, the Dolphins are the only team currently over the salary cap. Cutting Thomas and Timmons will save them a substantial amount of money, but Miami could move on from Jarvis Landry, Ndamukong Suh and Ja'Wuan James as well. -Walter


2/21: The Dolphins quickly franchising Jarvis Landry is interpreted as a desire to trade him. - , PFT
Teams usually wait until mid-March to franchise their players, but the Dolphins did this on the first day available, indicating that they're not particularly interested in a long-term deal with their dynamic slot receiver. Miami will likely be shopping Landry. -Walter


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This doesn't necessarily mean that he'll sign with one of the three Florida teams, but it certainly could. All three of the Dolphins, Buccaneers and Jaguars would love to have Pugh as an upgrade in the interior of their putrid offensive lines. Of the three, perhaps Jacksonville has the edge, as Tom Coughlin drafted Pugh with the Giants. -Walter


2/19: It wouldn't be surprising if the Dolphins showed interest in C.J. Anderson. - Barry Jackson, Miami Herald
Anderson isn't a free agent right now, but he could be in the near future. Cutting him would free up $5 million, which the Broncos would use to pursue Kirk Cousins. -Walter


2/14: Those close to Dolphins owner Stephen Ross say that Ross is ready to move on from Ndamukong Suh. - Jason La Canfora, CBS
Suh is owed more than $26 million in 2018, so Miami could release him. Suh has played extremely well for the Dolphins, yet has not really done anything to change the franchise, so it makes sense to move on. -Walter


1/26: The most likely scenario regarding Jarvis Landry is that he leaves via free agency. - Barry Jackson, Miami Herald
Jackson cites that there's a sizable difference the contract terms. Teams would be absolutely thrilled if this were to happen, as Landry is the top player in the NFL Free Agent Wide Receiver Rankings. -Walter




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3/15: Sheldon Richardson is visiting the Vikings. - Josina Anderson, ESPN
Richardson wants $15 million per season, and the Seahawks are willing to give him $11 million. The Vikings have $25 million in cap space available. -Walter


3/14: The Vikings have inquired about Sheldon Richardson. - Tom Pelissero, NFL Network
Minnesota may have signed Kirk Cousins, but the team still has other needs. One is defensive tackle, as a replacement for Sharrif Floyd is needed. -Walter


3/14: The Vikings are set to trade with the Broncos for Trevor Siemian. - Adam Schefter, ESPN
Quarterback controversy!?!? OK, maybe not. The Vikings saw all three of their quarterbacks from 2017 leave, so they needed to find a viable backup behind Kirk Cousins. Siemian failed as a starter, but he should be a decent No. 2 signal-caller in the NFL. -Walter


3/13: The Vikings are interested in Bears RFA CB Bryce Callahan. - Ben Goessling, Minneapolis Star-Tribune
Callahan is a restricted free agent, but the Bears cheaply and foolishly tendered him at an original-level tender, meaning they'll receive no compensation if they don't match Minnesota's offer. Callahan is very talented - he's fourth in the NFL Free Agent Cornerback Rankings list - and he would make for a nice upgrade in the Vikings' secondary. -Walter


3/13: The Vikings and Kirk Cousins have agreed to a 3-year deal with fully guaranteed money. - Adam Schefter, ESPN
This fully guaranteed money could be a slippery slope for other quarterback contracts to come, but the Vikings don't care because they got their man. Cousins will provide a slight upgrade over Case Keenum, which could push Minnesota over the top, or perhaps raise expectations enough that it'll hurt the team. At any rate, once the full details are known, I'll have a grade in my NFL Free Agent Signing Grades page. -Walter


3/12: The Vikings have reached out to Drew Brees' agent. - Tom Pelissero, NFL.com
So much for Kirk Cousins! If the Vikings can acquire Brees, they'll forget all about Cousins in a heartbeat. It still remains likely that Brees will stay in New Orleans, but with each passing minute, it's more and more possible that Brees could be a free agent come Wednesday. If so, going to Minnesota would instantly give him a chance to win a Super Bowl. The Vikings, of course, would need a young quarterback as well, so taking one at No. 30 overall wouldn't be out of the question. -Walter


3/6: The Vikings are set to offer Kirk Cousins a 3-year deal with $91 million fully guaranteed. - , KFAN Minneapolis
Yes, $91 million FULLY guaranteed. That would be absolutely insane, and yet not terrible for the Vikings, who wouldn't be locking themselves into a long-term pact with Cousins, should he fail in Minnesota. Still, it seems like way too much money for him, and I wonder if signing Case Keenum and Teddy Bridgewater to 1-year deals and then taking a quarterback at No. 30 overall would be the better option.  -Walter


3/5: "Multiple Broncos sources feel Kirk Cousins is likely headed to Minnesota." - Benjamin Albright, 104.7 FM Denver
If this is true, the Broncos would be favored to acquire Case Keenum. They would also likely spend the fifth-overall pick on a quarterback, perhaps Josh Rosen, whom John Elway has been linked to in the NFL Draft Rumors page. -Walter


3/4: The Jets are worried that Kirk Cousins won't accept their deal, no matter how big it is, as long as the Vikings are in the running. - Ralph Vacchiano, SNY
There's an indication that the Jets might be aware that Cousins is definitely heading for Minnesota. The Vikings were already one of the two favorites to land Cousins, along with the Broncos, so this report has to put them ahead. If Denver can't get Cousins, it'll have to focus on obtaining Case Keenum or A.J. McCarron and then spending its first-round pick on a quarterback, perhaps Josh Rosen. -Walter


3/1: There is "rampant speculation" around the NFL that the Vikings are "destined" to sign Kirk Cousins. - Ralph Vacchiano, SNY
The Vikings and Broncos are the two favorites for Cousins, and of the two, Minnesota has more cap space. That could be where the speculation is coming from. The Vikings are probably more likely to land Cousins, but the Broncos can't be counted out just yet. -Walter


2/26: The Vikings will be in "very heavy" for Kirk Cousins. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
It appears as though it'll be a two-horse race between the Vikings and Broncos. Minnesota might have the edge because it has more cap space, but Mike Mayock recently said that he thinks Denver will land Cousins. -Walter


2/26: Kirk Cousins and the Vikings have mutual interest. - Gil Brandt, NFL.com
Denver and Minnesota appear to be the two favorites for Cousins because he can win with either right away. The Vikings have $49 million in cap space to make the move happen. -Walter


2/18: A.J. McCarron is drawing interest from the Broncos, Browns, Jets, Vikings and Cardinals. - Charley Walters, St. Paul Pioneer Press
None of those teams should be surprising, especially the Browns, who almost traded for him on Halloween. As for the Vikings, Walters is reporting that while Minnesota is expected to consider McCarron, Case Keenum remains the favorite to be the team's starter. -Walter


2/14: The Vikings could seek to trade Laquon Treadwell this offseason. - Courtney Cronin, ESPN
Treadwell has logged a grand total of 21 catches and zero touchdowns through two seasons. The 2016 first-rounder has been a major bust thus far, but has the ability to turn his career around. He's not needed in Minnesota with Stefon Diggs and Adam Thielen dominating the targets, so it makes sense to trade him. -Walter


2/4: The Vikings are "No. 1 with a bullet" on Kirk Cousins' wish list. - Paul Allen, KFAN Minneapolis
Cousins wants to win right away, and Minnesota has a great roster. Signing Cousins would be a mistake for the Vikings, however, as quarterback was not a weakness for them last season, and they can spend much less money on Case Keenum and Teddy Bridgewater combined than Cousins. -Walter




New England Patriots:
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3/15: Jeremy Hill is visiting the Patriots. - Field Yates, ESPN
New England lost Dion Lewis in free agency, so Hill would be a replacement. He wouldn't be a particularly good replacement, but he can play the position. Hill is actually the third-best-available player in the NFL Free Agent Running Back Rankings. -Walter


3/14: The Patriots are interested in signing CB Patrick Robinson. - Mark Daniels, Providence Journal
New England lost Malcolm Butler, so the team needs to find a replacement. Robinson is the third-best-available player in the NFL Free Agent Cornerback Rankings, so he would be a nice acquisition for the Patriots, though he is probably going to regress after his tremendous 2017 campaign. -Walter


3/2: The Patriots may have interest in C.J. Anderson if Denver releases him. - Doug Kyed, NESN
The Broncos are set to cut several players to make cap room for Kirk Cousins, and Anderson would make sense for the Patriots, given that Dion Lewis and Rex Burkhead are free agents. -Walter


2/27: The Patriots have interest in Preston Brown. - Jeff Howe, Boston Herald
Brown is only 14th in the NFL Free Agent Inside Linebacker Rankings, but the Patriots are desperate for linebacking help. -Walter


2/12: It's looking like Dion Lewis won't be on the Patriots' roster in 2018. - Jeff Howe, Boston Herald
Lewis, per Howe, is looking for more money than the Patriots are willing to offer. Lewis was New England's best running back in 2017, but the Patriots are very deep at the position. -Walter




New Orleans Saints:
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4/5: The Saints have signed WR Cameron Meredith to an offer sheet worth $9.6 million over two years. -
Chicago has five days to match, and it better do so. Meredith is a talented receiver who showed signs that he would have a great 2017 campaign before tearing up his knee in the preseason. Meredith will be a full year removed from that injury by August, so he should be ready to go by Week 1. It's a bit strange that the Saints didn't offer Meredith more money, as the Bears may have been more reluctant to match. If the Saints get Meredith, they'll give Drew Brees two dynamic receivers to throw to on top of having Alvin Kamara leaking out of the backfield. -Walter


3/21: Ndamukong Suh has canceled his visit with the Raiders and is now deciding between the Rams, Saints and Titans. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
All three teams obviously make sense for Suh, but he would probably be most fun to watch with the Rams, as he, Aaron Donald and Michael Brockers would form a ridiculous trio. Per Rapoport, the Rams left a strong impression on Suh, so they're probably the favorites right now. -Walter


3/15: The Saints are making a strong push to sign Jordy Nelson. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
Adam Schefter reported earlier that Nelson would sign with Oakland, but the Saints are making an 11th-hour push to get him. Nelson makes sense for the Saints, as they could use a sure-handed No. 2 receiver across from Michael Thomas. -Walter


3/15: The Saints are trying to schedule a visit with Ndamukong Suh. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
New Orleans lost Nick Fairley to a heart condition, so the team is definitely in the market for a defensive tackle. Suh would be a terrific addition to the team, as he would definitely put forth full effort in a strong locker room. -Walter


3/14: Jordy Nelson will visit the Saints and Seahawks. - Adam Schefter, ESPN
Nelson may not be able to separate anymore, but perhaps another year removed from his ACL tear will do the trick. Both teams could use another wideout, especially the Seahawks after losing Paul Richardson. Nelson, despite the downside, is the third-best receiver on the market right now per the NFL Free Agent Wide Receiver Rankings. -Walter


3/12: The Saints have interest in Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie. - Josh Katzenstein, NOLA.com
There's a coaching connection, so this could happen. The Saints' secondary is pretty solid, but could stand to add some depth. Rodgers-Cromartie is 15th in the NFL Free Agent Cornerback Rankings page. -Walter


3/9: Muhammad Wilkerson will visit New Orleans after leaving Green Bay without a contract. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
The Saints need an interior pass-rusher because of Nick Fairley's unfortunate heart condition. Muhammad Wilkerson would be a nice acquisition, as there's a chance he'd play hard in New Orleans' strong locker room. -Walter


3/3: The Saints will not trade for Jarvis Landry. - Josh Katzenstein, NOLA.com
New Orleans has $31 million in cap space, but has decided that Landry would command too much money. -Walter


3/2: Kurt Coleman met with the Bengals at the Combine, and he also visited the Saints. - Katherine Terrell, ESPN
Both teams need safeties, so it makes sense. Coleman played very well in 2015, but has struggled since. -Walter




New York Giants:
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3/15: The Giants and Redskins are interested in former Rams C John Sullivan. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
I listed both as teams that could sign Mike Pouncey, but Sullivan has to look more appealing because he doesn't have glaring injury concerns. -Walter


3/12: Andrew Norwell has narrowed down his three finalists to the Giants, 49ers and Colts. - Art Stapleton, USA Today
It's not a coincidence that all three teams have dire needs at guard. If Norwell wants to win right away, he'll go to San Francisco. Indianapolis, meanwhile, can offer him the most money because it has the most cap space ($72 million). Joining the Colts, however, would be risky, as it's unclear what Andrew Luck's status is. -Walter


3/12: Jonathan Stewart is visiting the Giants. - Tom Pelissero, NFL.com
New York needs a running back, but not Jonathan Stewart, who barely has anything remaining in the tank. He's slotted 15th in the NFL Free Agent Running Back Rankings page for a reason. Running back would still be a big need for the Giants if they were to sign Stewart, though he would provide some decent depth. -Walter


3/8: Andrew Norwell to the Giants is a "done deal." - Tony Pauline, DraftAnalyst.com
This is the exact type of signing New York needs to be relevant again. The team was bound to fail in 2017 because it didn't upgrade its poor offensive line. The Giants are taking a huge step to rectify that. Norwell is the best-available player in the Top 100 NFL Free Agent Rankings. -Walter


3/5: The Giants are interested in Patrick Robinson. - Eliot Shorr-Parks, NJ.com
The team is moving Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie to safety, so this makes sense. However, the Giants may overpay for Robinson, who has been very inconsistent throughout his career. Robinson was great in 2017, but could easily regress. Robinson is sixth in the NFL Free Agent Cornerback Rankings. -Walter


2/27: The Giants will make a "concerted effort" to sign Andrew Norwell. - Tony Pauline, DraftAnalyst.com
Norwell is one of the top players available in the Top 100 NFL Free Agent Rankings. He would be a huge boon for the Giants and their atrocious blocking. -Walter


2/13: Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and Brandon Marshall are candidates to be cut this offseason. - Paul Schwartz, New York Post
Marshall is a no-brainer, as he's finished as an NFL player. Rodgers-Cromartie's status with the team depends on how he interacts with the new coaching staff. He was suspended one game last year for storming out of practice, but perhaps he and Pat Shurmur will get along better. -Walter


1/25: Speculation is that new Giants GM Dave Gettleman will try to sign Andrew Norwell. - Tony Pauline, DraftAnalyst.com
Norwell is a terrific guard, and he happens to be one of the top free agents available. He wouldn't solve all of the Giants' offensive line woes, but bringing him in would be a big step in the right direction. -Walter




New York Jets:
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3/22: The Jets are very close to signing Terrelle Pryor. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
Despite his lost year, Pryor is still the top player available in the NFL Free Agent Wide Receiver Rankings. The Jets will be hoping Pryor bounces back, especially if Robby Anderson isn't allowed to play because of his legal issues. It remains to be seen if Charles Woodson will predict that Pryor will get to 1,800 receiving yards again. -Walter


3/22: E.J. Gaines is visiting the Jets and Browns. - Mike Garafolo, NFL Network
Both teams need a cornerback despite acquiring a player at the position this offseason. New York has to find a long-term answer across from Trumaine Johnson, while the Browns dealt Jason McCourty after acquiring Damarious Randall from Green Bay. Gaines is the top player available in the NFL Free Agent Cornerback Rankings. -Walter


3/13: The Jets will turn their attention toward Teddy Bridgewater after missing out on Kirk Cousins. - Dianne Marie Russini, ESPN
It makes sense, as Bridgewater is one of the top two players remaining in the NFL Free Agent Quarterback Rankings. Bridgewater would make for a nice gamble, as he could be a solid starter if he returns to full strength. Plus, he would be much cheaper than Kirk Cousins, so the Jets could add lots of talent around him. -Walter


3/11: The Jets, Titans and Colts are "in play" for Dion Lewis. - Jason La Canfora, CBS
Lewis is the top player available in the NFL Free Agent Running Back Rankings. He makes sense for all three teams. He'd start for the Jets and Colts, while Tennessee wants a receiving back to pair with Derrick Henry. -Walter


3/5: The Jets are considering signing Teddy Bridgewater. - Ralph Vacchiano, SNY
I'd love this move for the Jets. Bridgewater is a great buy-low opportunity, as he could be a solid starting quarterback for a team if he can recover from his devastating knee injury. He'll likely be obtained cheaply, so there won't be much risk attached to him. The Jets could still draft a quarterback even if they sign Bridgewater. -Walter


3/4: If the Jets can't sign Kirk Cousins, their contingency plan is to sign Sam Bradford. - Tony Pauline, DraftAnalyst.com
Cousins would preclude the Jets from drafting a quarterback at No. 6, but Bradford wouldn't. Bradford would start until he gets hurt or the first-round rookie signal-caller is ready to play. -Walter


3/4: The Jets are interested in Malcolm Butler and Trumaine Johnson. - Rich Cimini, ESPN
New York is unlikely to land Kirk Cousins, so it'll have a ton of money to spend. Cornerback is a huge need, and Butler and Johnson are first and fifth, respectively, in the NFL Free Agent Cornerback Rankings. -Walter


3/4: The Jets are worried that Kirk Cousins won't accept their deal, no matter how big it is, as long as the Vikings are in the running. - Ralph Vacchiano, SNY
There's an indication that the Jets might be aware that Cousins is definitely heading for Minnesota. The Vikings were already one of the two favorites to land Cousins, along with the Broncos, so this report has to put them ahead. If Denver can't get Cousins, it'll have to focus on obtaining Case Keenum or A.J. McCarron and then spending its first-round pick on a quarterback, perhaps Josh Rosen. -Walter


3/1: The Dolphins and Jets are very interested in signing Travis Swanson. - Jeff Howe, Boston Herald
Swanson can be a solid center when healthy, but he's had durability issues over his career. The Dolphins appear to make less sense than the Jets because they have two viable starting centers on the roster, but they can move one of the players (either Swanson or Mike Pouncey) to guard. The Jets, on the other hand, are in desperate need of an upgrade. -Walter


2/27: There are extensive talks between the Jets and Weston Richburg. - Tony Pauline, DraftAnalyst.com
New York is desperate for a center, so it makes sense. Richburg is slotted third in the NFL Free Agent Center Rankings. -Walter


2/19: The Jets are willing to pay whatever it takes to obtain Kirk Cousins. - Rich Cimini, ESPN
New York has more than $70 million in cap space, thanks to general manager Mike Maccagnan's ability to clear room. The Jets can offer Cousins whatever he wants, but Cousins has made it clear that he wants to win right away. With a poor offensive line and a receiving corps that happens to be highly questionable in the wake of Robby Anderson's recent arrest, the Jets don't look very appealing for short-term success. -Walter


2/18: A.J. McCarron is drawing interest from the Broncos, Browns, Jets, Vikings and Cardinals. - Charley Walters, St. Paul Pioneer Press
None of those teams should be surprising, especially the Browns, who almost traded for him on Halloween. As for the Vikings, Walters is reporting that while Minnesota is expected to consider McCarron, Case Keenum remains the favorite to be the team's starter. -Walter


1/31: The Jets are expected to be one of the top suitors for Kirk Cousins. - Rich Cimini, ESPN
It makes sense, as the Jets have the fourth-most cap space ($73 million) in the NFL, thanks to GM Mike Maccagnan ridding the team of bad contracts. New York should be considered one of the favorites to land Cousins. -Walter


1/25: The Jets will pursue Weston Richburg in free agency. - Tony Pauline, DraftAnalyst.com
Richburg is a talented center, but missed time last year with an injury. He would fill a huge need for the Jets, who need a replacement for Nick Mangold. -Walter


1/22: The Jets desire to be active in free agency this offseason, but will acquire young talents. - Charlie Campbell, WalterFootball.com
This makes sense, as they now have a good amount of cap space after purging the roster of overpriced veterans. -Walter




Oakland Raiders:
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3/20: Eric Decker is visiting the Raiders. - Adam Schefter, ESPN
Oakland already signed a washed-up receiver, so why not add another? Decker. despite his regression, is actually the third-highest player available in the NFL Free Agent Wide Receiver Rankings page. -Walter


3/20: Ndamukong Suh will visit the Raiders on Wednesday. - Adam Schefter, ESPN
Suh is the dominant interior disruptor the Raiders have been pining for, and it would be difficult to pay too much attention to him with Khalil Mack rushing from the edge. The only question is if Suh would cause problems in the locker room, as he did in Miami, but there's a good chance he would respect Jon Gruden and Derek Carr's leadership.  -Walter


3/17: Ryan Grant is visiting the Raiders. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
I doubt Oakland will give him anything close to the $29 million deal he received from Baltimore that was eventually nullified. Despite that contract, Grant is rated 30th in the NFL Free Agent Wide Receiver Rankings. -Walter


3/15: The Raiders have no plans to part ways with Marshawn Lynch. - Michael Silver, NFL Network
Speculation was that the Raiders might cut Lynch after signing Doug Martin, but that didn't necessarily have to be the case. There's room for both on the roster. Both carry a certain amount of risk, so it makes sense to keep both on the team. Besides, there's no guarantee that Martin will even make the 53-man roster. -Walter


3/15: Jordy Nelson is set to sign with the Raiders. - Adam Schefter, ESPN
There were reports elsewhere that the Raiders would cut Michael Crabtree if they signed Jordy Nelson, so we'll see if that happens. Nelson's hands will be a welcome addition to a team that dropped the ball a lot last year, but it remains to be seen if he can still separate after struggling to do so in 2017. -Walter


3/14: The Packers and Raiders are both interested in Rashaan Melvin. - Adam Schefter, ESPN
Melvin is one of the top players remaining in the NFL Free Agent Cornerback Rankings page. Both teams are hurting at cornerback, so it makes sense for both to be interested in him. -Walter


3/13: Jordy Nelson will visit the Raiders. - Michael Gehlken, Las Vegas Review-Journal
Oakland is one of the teams I listed that would sign Nelson in the NFL Trade and Signing Block page. It remains to be seen if Nelson still has anything in the tank, but at the very least, perhaps he'll teach Amari Cooper how to catch the ball. -Walter


3/9: Doug Martin met with Raiders head coach Jon Gruden. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
Marshawn Lynch won't be around much longer, and Martin isn't 30 yet. Martin has slacked off way too often in his career and was terrible in 2017, but has the potential to rebound, especially if he signs a 1-year "prove it" deal. -Walter


2/27: The Raiders' top free agent target is cornerback Trumaine Johnson. - Tony Pauline, DraftAnalyst.com
Johnson is fifth in the NFL Free Agent Cornerback Rankings. He's expected to leave Los Angeles after the Rams acquired Marcus Peters from the Chiefs. He'd be a nice upgrade for the Raiders' poor secondary. -Walter


2/21: Vontae Davis is visiting the Raiders today. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
The Raiders needed help at cornerback even before the David Amerson release. Davis would be an upgrade if he manages to stay healthy for once. -Walter


1/22: The Raiders are the team to watch for Le'Veon Bell, who is expected to go to the highest bidder this offseason. - Peter King, MMQB
The Steelers seem frustrated with Bell, so it wouldn't be surprising if they part ways this offseason. Bell is atop the Top 100 NFL Free Agent Rankings list. -Walter




Philadelphia Eagles:
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3/4: The Eagles are expected to cut Vinny Curry. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
Philadelphia is cutting Curry because it couldn't afford to pay him $9 million with its current cap situation. Curry's release means that a talented edge rusher will be hitting the market. Curry is proficient as both a pass-rusher and a run defender, though he does turn 30 in June. -Walter


2/25: Trey Burton turned down a contract from the Eagles. - Matt Lombardo, NJ.com
Burton apparently didn't think it was a serious enough offer. The cap-strapped Eagles are unlikely to retain Burton, who could command a big contract on the open market as a high-upside, athletic tight end. -Walter


2/22: The Eagles are expected to allow Patrick Robinson to leave via free agency. - Jimmy Kempski, Philly Voice
Robinson was terrific for the Eagles last year, but it seems like the most logical decision. Robinson turns 31 in September and has been inconsistent throughout his career. The Eagles have no cap space right now and can't afford to sign Robinson to a long-term deal. -Walter


2/16: The Eagles are expected to move on from Torrey Smith this offseason. - Geoff Mosher, FanRag
Smith made some big catches this past season, but he also dropped numerous balls as well. Smith was a disappointment, playing very inconsistently.  -Walter


2/12: The Eagles are expected to prioritize re-signing Nigel Bradham. - Zach Berman, Philly.com
A key member of their defense, Bradham is the top-rated player in the 2018 NFL Free Agent Outside Linebacker Rankings. -Walter




Pittsburgh Steelers:
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2/23: The Steelers are listening to potential trades for Martavis Bryant. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
It makes sense, as Bryant is entering his contract year, and JuJu Smith-Schuster is now the No. 2 receiver. Unfortunately for the Steelers, they won't get much for Bryant, who appears to be more trouble than he's worth. -Walter


1/22: The Raiders are the team to watch for Le'Veon Bell, who is expected to go to the highest bidder this offseason. - Peter King, MMQB
The Steelers seem frustrated with Bell, so it wouldn't be surprising if they part ways this offseason. Bell is atop the Top 100 NFL Free Agent Rankings list. -Walter




San Francisco 49ers:
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3/14: The Browns, Rams and 49ers are interested in Terrelle Pryor. - Michael Silver, NFL Network
Pryor is the top player available in the NFL Free Agent Wide Receiver Rankings. Pryor, of course, played for the Browns in 2016, eclipsing the 1,000-yard barrier. The Rams need to replace Sammy Watkins, while San Francisco is hunting for a receiver after missing out on Allen Robinson. -Walter


3/12: Andrew Norwell has narrowed down his three finalists to the Giants, 49ers and Colts. - Art Stapleton, USA Today
It's not a coincidence that all three teams have dire needs at guard. If Norwell wants to win right away, he'll go to San Francisco. Indianapolis, meanwhile, can offer him the most money because it has the most cap space ($72 million). Joining the Colts, however, would be risky, as it's unclear what Andrew Luck's status is. -Walter


3/12: The 49ers have interest in DE Trent Murphy. - Dave Lombardi, The Athletic
Murphy would be a solid acquisition - he's fourth in the NFL Free Agent Defensive End Rankings despite coming off a torn ACL - and he would fill a need across from Solomon Thomas. -Walter


3/12: The 49ers are making a push for G Andrew Norwell. - Art Stapleton, USA Today
Not only is Norwell the top offensive lineman in free agency, but he's the best-available player on the entire market, as seen here in our Top 100 NFL Free Agent Rankings. Norwell has been linked to the Giants, with Tony Pauline reporting that it was a "done deal." However, San Francisco has the money to change Norwell's mind. Plus, the 49ers figure to be much more competitive than the Giants this year. -Walter


3/11: The 49ers, Bears and Browns will heavily pursue Allen Robinson in free agency. - Jason La Canfora, CBS
It was already reported that San Francisco was very interested in Robinson. The Bears and Browns both make sense as well, even though Cleveland just acquired Jarvis Landry. Robinson would be a nice acquisition, though there is concern with his work ethic after he mailed it in during the 2016 season. -Walter


3/10: Richard Sherman says he's discussing a 3-year deal with the 49ers. - Josina Anderson, ESPN
Keep in mind this is something Sherman told a reporter, but it could still be true. Sherman would theoretically offer a big upgrade in San Francisco's secondary, but not if he's still hampered with an Achilles injury he suffered in early November. -Walter


3/10: Richard Sherman's first visit in free agency, to San Francisco, could be his last. - Adam Schefter, ESPN
Schefter said that the 49ers want to get a contract done, but only if Sherman's Achilles is healing. Thus, if the 49ers, who have $70 million in cap space, don't sign Sherman, it might be a sign that he's not progressing well from his injury.  -Walter


3/8: Trumaine Johnson is likely to sign with the 49ers. - Tony Pauline, DraftAnalyst.com
Pauline reports that both the Cowboys and Raiders are interested, but they don't have nearly as much cap space as the 49ers do. Johnson would be a nice signing, as he's fifth in the NFL Free Agent Cornerback Rankings. -Walter


3/6: The 49ers are going to make a big push for Allen Robinson in free agency. - Vincent Frank, FOX Sports
According to Frank, the 49ers are prepared to give Robinson "top-three wide receiver money." Robinson would be a huge addition to a pedestrian receiving corps, and it would make Jimmy Garoppolo so much more dangerous. Robinson played just one game in 2017 and slacked off in 2016, but that was because the lethargic Blake Bortles rubbed off on him. He will likely have more energy with Garoppolo. -Walter


3/3: The Bears, Browns, Ravens and 49ers are all interested in acquiring Jarvis Landry. - Joe Schad, Palm Beach Post
There aren't any surprises in that group, as all four teams are starved for receiving talent. Of those teams, San Francisco would be most intriguing because of Jimmy Garoppolo. -Walter


3/1: The 49ers will target Trumaine Johnson in free agency. - Tony Pauline, DraftAnalyst.com
San Francisco has had a close look at Johnson, as he was with the rival Rams the past several years. Johnson is fifth in the NFL Free Agent Cornerback Rankings. -Walter


2/12: The 49ers have interest in David Amerson. - Matt Barrows, Sacramento Bee
Amerson has visited the Bears and Texans. San Francisco could sign the underachiever to potentially bolster a poor cornerback group. -Walter




Seattle Seahawks:
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3/20: Nose tackle Bennie Logan and cornerback Dontae Johnson are visiting the Seahawks. - Field Yates, ESPN
Logan is the 61st-rated player in the Top 100 NFL Free Agent Rankings, so he would be a nice signing, provided the Seahawks don't spend too much. Johnson, meanwhile, would help an ailing secondary. -Walter


3/15: The Seahawks have offered Sheldon Richardson a contract worth $11 million per year. - Mike Garafolo, NFL Network
Richardson, however, wants $15 million annually. Losing Richardson would really hurt the Seahawks, as they've said goodbye to several talented defenders this offseason. -Walter


3/14: The Cowboys and Seahawks are interested in signing Ndamukong Suh. - Dianna Marie Russini, ESPN
Dallas and Seattle are not listed on the NFL Free Agent Signing Block page, but both make sense for Suh. Check the link for other teams that could add the former Dolphin defensive tackle. -Walter


3/14: Jordy Nelson will visit the Saints and Seahawks. - Adam Schefter, ESPN
Nelson may not be able to separate anymore, but perhaps another year removed from his ACL tear will do the trick. Both teams could use another wideout, especially the Seahawks after losing Paul Richardson. Nelson, despite the downside, is the third-best receiver on the market right now per the NFL Free Agent Wide Receiver Rankings. -Walter


3/13: The Seahawks and Austin Seferian-Jenkins have mutual interest. - Greg Bell, The News Tribune
Seattle needs a replacement for the departed Jimmy Graham, and Seferian-Jenkins has great upside. Seferian-Jenkins produced with Josh McCown this past season, so he should pair well with Russell Wilson. -Walter


3/12: DeMarco Murray is visiting the Seahawks. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
Murray will not help Seattle's poor rushing attack, but he makes sense as an addition because he would provide a solid threat as a receiver out of the backfield. -Walter


3/11: The Seahawks and Falcons are very interested in Austin Seferian-Jenkins. - Jason La Canfora, CBS
Seattle is a logical destination because Jimmy Graham is gone. Atlanta, less so because of Austin Hooper's potential. Hooper didn't quite live up to expectations in his second year, but he's working hard this offseason and has some major potential.  -Walter


3/8: Jonathan Stewart is visiting the Seahawks today. - Mike Garafolo, NFL Network
Seattle is dealing away all of its defensive players, but is looking to add players on offense. Unfortunately, Stewart isn't much of an option, as he's an old, plodding running back. -Walter


3/7: The Seahawks will release Richard Sherman in the next two days. They are also "open for business" regarding a trade for Earl Thomas. - Michael Silver, NFL Network
Wow, Seattle is blowing everything up. The Sherman release and potential Thomas trade were both speculated, but it sounds like both could be off the Seahawks in the very near future. I've listed seven teams that could sign Richard Sherman here. As for Thomas, he'll definitely draw a ton of interest as one of the top players at his position. He should command some sort of second-day pick. -Walter


3/7: Richard Sherman has said goodbye to his teammates over the past 24 hours, telling them that he won't be on the team. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
Nothing is official yet, but Jeremy Lane's tweet, "That text message got my heart hurting ... damn 25 was my Dawg #WhatsNext" indicates that this report is legitimate. If so, Sherman will be a risky free-agent signing, as he's a 30-year-old coming off a recent Achilles tear. -Walter


3/5: Jimmy Graham and the Seahawks are expected to part ways in free agency. - Tom Pelissero, NFL Network
Graham scored 10 times in 2017, but has regressed overall, thanks to age (32 in November) and injury (torn patellar tendon a couple of seasons ago). Still, he'll draw significant interest on the open market. Graham is second in the NFL Free Agent Tight End Rankings. -Walter


3/4: The Falcons have discussed trading for Michael Bennett. - Vaughn McClure, ESPN
The Seahawks reportedly will trade or cut Bennett soon, so Atlanta shouldn't have to give up too much. The Falcons were pushed around in Philadelphia in the divisional round of the playoffs, so they could really use Bennett. -Walter


3/1: The Seahawks are shopping Michael Bennett. - Brady Henderson, ESPN
Seattle may not get much for Bennett considering that the team has hinted that they will release the 32-year-old. Bennett is still a talented player, but given the speculation, the Seahawks may just end up cutting him. -Walter


2/27: "I’m told there’s a good chance the Seattle Seahawks dangle either Richard Sherman or Earl Thomas in trade talks this week." - Tony Pauline, DraftAnalyst.com
Pauline points out that Thomas will be easier to trade Thomas, who is cheaper. Sherman, meanwhile, is coming off a torn Achilles. -Walter




Tampa Bay Buccaneers:
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3/14: Ryan Jensen is visiting the Buccaneers. - Jenna Laine, ESPN
Jensen is rated seven in the NFL Free Agent Center Rankings. Ali Marpet, one of Tampa's top offensive lineman, starts at center, so the Buccaneers may seen Jensen as a potential upgrade at guard. -Walter


3/13: The Buccaneers are interested in Jerick McKinnon. - Jeremy Fowler, ESPN
McKinnon, slotted eighth in the NFL Free Agent Running Back Rankings page, would make for a nice receiving option out of the backfield. Tampa could pair him with the running back it selects on Day 2 of the 2018 NFL Draft. -Walter


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This doesn't necessarily mean that he'll sign with one of the three Florida teams, but it certainly could. All three of the Dolphins, Buccaneers and Jaguars would love to have Pugh as an upgrade in the interior of their putrid offensive lines. Of the three, perhaps Jacksonville has the edge, as Tom Coughlin drafted Pugh with the Giants. -Walter




Tennessee Titans:
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3/21: Ndamukong Suh has canceled his visit with the Raiders and is now deciding between the Rams, Saints and Titans. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
All three teams obviously make sense for Suh, but he would probably be most fun to watch with the Rams, as he, Aaron Donald and Michael Brockers would form a ridiculous trio. Per Rapoport, the Rams left a strong impression on Suh, so they're probably the favorites right now. -Walter


3/20: Blaine Gabbert visited the Titans. - Adam Schefter, ESPN
Gabbert would be a poor choice as a No. 2 quarterback, yet he'd still be an upgrade over last year's backup, the dreadful Matt Cassel. -Walter


3/15: Ndamukong Suh will visit the Titans. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
Tennessee could use another body up front, and Suh, assuming he tries his hardest, would be a nice player to have against Deshaun Watson. The Saints also have interest in Suh. -Walter


3/11: The Jets, Titans and Colts are "in play" for Dion Lewis. - Jason La Canfora, CBS
Lewis is the top player available in the NFL Free Agent Running Back Rankings. He makes sense for all three teams. He'd start for the Jets and Colts, while Tennessee wants a receiving back to pair with Derrick Henry. -Walter


3/3: Jarvis Landry wants to play for the Titans. - Jason Wolf, Nashville Tennessean
Tennessee hasn't called up Miami yet, which seems like a mistake. Landry would be a huge addition for Marcus Mariota. -Walter




Washington Redskins:
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3/19: Pernell McPhee is visiting the Redskins. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
McPhee was released this offseason, as the talented edge rusher wasn't able to stay healthy for Chicago. Maybe that'll change in Washington, where he could take the departed Trent Murphy's place. -Walter


3/17: Johnathan Hankins and Orlando Scandrick will visit the Redskins. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
Both teams are listed as strong options on the NFL Trade Block page. Check out the other options for these players via the link. -Walter


3/15: The Giants and Redskins are interested in former Rams C John Sullivan. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
I listed both as teams that could sign Mike Pouncey, but Sullivan has to look more appealing because he doesn't have glaring injury concerns. -Walter


3/13: Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie is visiting the Redskins. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
Washington lost one of its top cornerbacks in Kendall Fuller in the Alex Smith trade, so replacing him with Rodgers-Cromartie makes sense. It's also nice that the Redskins would get to steal a player from a rival. -Walter


2/28: The Broncos and Redskins are discussing a trade that would involve Su'a Cravens. - Ian Rapoport, NFL Network
Cravens was a second-round pick in the 2016 NFL Draft, and he played well as a rookie. However, he missed all of 2017 because of knee surgery and multiple concussions. The latter has been such a big issue that Cravens has even contemplated retirement. Cravens, if healthy, could provide a boost for the Broncos at inside linebacker, and he could probably be acquired for a conditional third-day pick. -Walter


1/26: The Redskins are expected to be interested in Bennie Logan. - Rich Tandler, CSN Mid-Atlantic
Washington is in desperate need of a run-stuffing nose tackle, and Logan would be a good solution. The team could also wait until the 2018 NFL Draft to select Vita Vea or Da'Ron Payne. -Walter


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