Cincinnati singed free-agent WR Laveranues Coles to a four-year, $28 million contract.
After adding three potential defensive starters over the weekend, the Giants reached agreement Wednesday on a one-year contract with free agent safety C.C. Brown.
By the end of the week, and quite possibly in the next 24 hours, the Ravens and free-agent linebacker Ray Lewis are expected to finalize a deal as important to Baltimore as Kurt Warner‘s deal is to Arizona, league sources said Wednesday.
The Saints re-signed free-agent wide receiver Devery Henderson.
The Cardinals and quarterback Kurt Warner have agreed in principle to a two-year deal worth $23 mil, including $19 million guaranteed.
Defensive end Demetric Evans is in negotiations with the 49ers and Redskins. They have discussed a two-year deal in the $4 million range.
Edgerrin James spoke with Cardinals GM Rod Graves and pleaded to be cut.
Former Chargers and Jaguars cornerback Drayton Florence has agreed to terms with the Bills on a two-year deal worth $6.6 million.
Since word broke Saturday that Broncos QB Jay Cutler‘s name had come up in trade discussions, rumors have run rampant. But he will not be traded.
Free agency’s initial wave is over. But the second wave also has some compelling players, including former Eagles tight end L.J. Smith.
By the end of the week, QB Kurt Warner likely will return to Arizona, according to league sources. It’s where he wants to be, where the Cardinals want him to be, and the San Francisco 49ers aren’t expected to make the type of push for him that some believed they would.
Continuing to import help from Baltimore, the Jets reached agreement with Ravens free-agent safety Jim Leonhard on a three-year deal.
Oakland, which has had a busy offseason, is hosting visits today with two of Seattle’s free agents — quarterback Charlie Frye and offensive tackle Ray Willis — along with free-agent center Melvin Fowler.
Miami signed former Raiders center Jake Grove to a five-year, $29.5 million deal that includes $14 million in guaranteed money. In one year, the Dolphins have built a formidable front line.
Free-agent wide receiver Bobby Engram is in Kansas City today visiting with the Chiefs. The visit makes sense on two fronts.