Bills free agent linebacker Angelo Crowell visited with the Lions today after visiting with the Buccaneers Monday.
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Free agency is still underway, as teams continue to complete rosters. The Redskins and Chargers have made deals to improve depth on defense according to published reports.
The New England Patriots and veteran CB Leigh Bodden have agreed to a one-year contract for the veteran minimum of $750,000, a league source told NFL.com’s Vic Carucci.
The Dallas Morning News reports that the Cowboys have agreed to terms with free-agent safety Gerald Sensabaugh to fill a glaring need in the secondary.
Former Buccaneers linebacker Derrick Brooks said Tuesday that he does not plan to retire and he has heard from several teams about possibly signing him.
The Lions bolstered their secondary Wednesday, signing former Buccaneers cornerback Phillip Buchanon to a two-year, $8.5 million deal.
The Broncos continue to add players with quarterback Chris Simms and running back J.J. Arrington.
Ravens reached agreement in principle on a three-year contract with Matt Birk and he will sign the deal on Thursday morning.
Eagles free-agent tight end L.J. Smith left Detroit this afternoon and headed straight to Atlanta for a visit with the Falcons.
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 Lions signed veteran free-agent defensive tackle Grady Jackson to a three-year, $8 million contract Wednesday in a move to fortify their interior front.
A pair of backups with starting experience — Chris Simms and Rex Grossman — are making their free agent visits.