Cassel has been linked to the Texans, the Houston Chronicle reports. The news was first reported by CBSSports.com and NFL.com.
Hazel was claimed off waivers by the Texans, the Houston Chronicle reports.
Pitoitua has signed a three-year deal to remain with the Titans, NFL.com reports.
The Jaguars have signed Harbor (ankle) to a two-year deal, the Florida Times-Union reports.
Ta'amu signed a one-year deal with the Cardinals on Thursday, Darren Urban of the team's official site reports.
The Bears have signed Scott to a one-year deal, ESPN.com reports.
Cundiff has signed a one-year, $1.02 million deal to remain with the Browns, ESPN.com reports.
The Vikings released Guion on Thursday.
The Vikings released Childs on Thursday.
Coach Mike Zimmer hopes that the Vikings are able to bring Cassel back, the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports. "I would love to have Matt Cassel back, if Matt Cassel wants to be back," Zimmer noted Thursday. "I don't know if that will happen or won't happen. But we're going to find a quarterback somewhere. And if it's not Matt Cassel, then we'll find someone else...If Matt wants to come back, I'm sure that we'll get it worked out."
The Colts have released Satele, the team's official site reports.
The Bears have confirmed that they will not re-sign Hester, the team's official site reports.
Cassel is a candidate to sign with the Texans in free agency, the Houston Chronicle reports.
Pettigrew looks likely to be headed for free agency with the Lions electing not to use the franchise tag on him and their exclusive negotiating window closing Saturday, the Detroit Free Press reports.
The Colts have signed Jackson to a four-year, $22 million deal, the Indianapolis Star reports.
Hester is expected to be released by the Bears, Joe Smith of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Bailey will be released by the Broncos, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports.
Ratliff has agreed to a two-year deal to remain in Chicago, ESPN reports.
Polamalu has signed an extension with the Steelers that will keep him with the team through the 2016 season, ESPN.com reports.
Rainey has signed a one-year deal with the Bucs, the Tampa Bay Times reports.
The Steelers have released Foote, the team's official site reports.
Browner will be suspended for the first four games of the 2014 season as part of his reinstatement after a violation of the league's substance-abuse policy, ESPN.com reports.
Finnegan (eye) announced via Twitter on Wednesday that he will be released by the Rams.
Angerer will hit free agency, as the Colts will not attempt to re-sign the linebacker, the Indianapolis Star reports.
Miller has signed a new three-year deal that will keep him with the Steelers through the 2016 season, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.
Anderson will get a shot to compete for the Broncos' starting running back job during training camp, the Denver Post reports.
Hillman is expected to be the Broncos' third-down back in 2014, the Denver Post reports.
The Steelers have re-signed Allen, ESPN.com reports.
The Bills have signed Williams to a contract extension thought to be for four years, $26 million, according to Mike Rodak of ESPN.
The Browns have released Bess, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.
Ball is expected to be the Broncos' starting running back in 2014, the Denver Post reports.
Sapp re-signed with the Texans, the Houston Chronicle reports.
Browner was reinstated by the NFL on Tuesday, the Associated Press reports.
Bernard may be in line for an increased role in the Bengals' offense in 2014, according to Geoff Hobson of Bengals.com.
Woodley is expected to be released by the Steelers now that Jason Worilds has been signed to a one-year, $9.754 million contract, the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports.
Snelling announced his retirement Tuesday, Adam Caplan of Sirius XM reports.
Allen intends to explore free agency this offseason, Ian Rapoport of NFL.com reports. His agent, Ken Harris, stated, "He's going to see what 32 teams have to offer."
The Redskins have waived Jamison, csnwashington.com reports.
Carlson was released by the Vikings on Monday, Mike Garafolo of FOX Sports 1 reports.
The Texans are hoping to re-sign Graham, NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports.
Locker will undergo a procedure to remove "hardware" from his right foot in a couple weeks, Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean reports.
Patrick was released by the Chargers on Tuesday, Michael Gehlken of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
Rocca was cut by the Redskins on Tuesday.
Carriker (quadriceps) was released by the Redskins on Tuesday.
Cox was released by the Chargers on Tuesday, Michael Gehlken of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
The Cardinals are making attempts to re-sign unrestricted free agent Matt Shaughnessy, the Arizona Republic reports. "They are actively trying to re-sign him," his agent Rich Rosa said. "He wants to be there, so we'll see how it goes."
Peters re-signed with the Falcons on Monday, coming to terms on a one-year contract, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
McClain was released by the Chargers on Tuesday, Michael Gehlken of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
Worilds signed the transition tag worth $9.75 million with the Steelers on Tuesday, Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reports.
The Cowboys converted $3.75 million of Scandrick's $4.5 million base salary in a signing bonus Monday, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports.
The Cowboys converted $4.75 million of Lee's $5.5 million base salary in a signing bonus Monday, the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports.
Almost all ($12.5 million) of Romo's $13.5 million base salary has been converted to a signing bonus, ESPN Dallas reports.
Avant was released by the Eagles on Tuesday, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Hardy signed a franchise tender worth $13.1 million to remain in Carolina this season, the Charlotte Observer reports.
The Bills chose not to give Jairus Byrd the franchise tag Monday, which could open the door for Williams to become the team's top safety, The Buffalo News reports.
Royal has reached an agreement with the Chargers to restructure his contract, Michael Gehlken of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
Jackson was in Miami to visit with the Dolphins on Monday, according to the South Florida Sun-Sentinel.
The Bills have elected not to franchise Byrd (back), WGR550.com reports.
The Steelers have placed their transition tag on Worilds, the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reports.
The Titans have signed Pollard to a multi-year deal, The Tennessean reports.
Cruz says he's fully recovered, after having his knee scoped in late December, the New York Daily News reports.
Boldin signed a two-year extension with the 49ers on Monday, CSN Bay Area reports.
The Redskins have applied their franchise tag on Orakpo, the Washington Post reports.
Wilhoite will be the first man the 49ers turn to when looking for a replacement for injured linebacker NaVorro Bowman (knee), the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Floyd continues to make modest progress in his recovery from the serious neck injury that he sustained last September, but the possibility remains that he may never be able to continue his NFL career, the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
The Colts will not use the franchise tag on Davis, NFL.com reports.
Following a neck exam Monday, Manning has been fully cleared to play this coming season, NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports.
The Eagles have signed Thornton to a one-year deal, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
If they are unable to come to terms on a long-term deal with Orakpo prior to Monday's 4:00 ET deadline, the Redskins are reportedly prepared to use their franchise tag on the linebacker, according to ESPN.com.
Over the next 10-to-14 days, Dobson -- who is now slated to continue his workouts at Gillette Stadium -- will find out if an offseason featuring plenty of rest has alleviated his foot issues, or if he'll require surgery to repair his troublesome left foot, the Boston Herald reports.
The Dolphins have re-signed Grimes to a multi-year contract, the Palm Beach Post reports.
Jackson is slated to meet with the Broncos, according to Mary Kay Cabot of the Plain Dealer.
Manning is slated to undergo an exam on his surgically-repaired neck on Monday, ESPN.com reports.
The Bills are reportedly unlikely to sign Byrd in advance of free agency, wgr550.com reports.
Floyd (neck) was recently cleared for light weightlifting, NFL.com reports.
Kelce (knee) will likely be healthy for OTAs, ESPN.com reports.
The Packers have not reached a contract agreement with Shields, who now intends to test his value in free agency, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
The Dolphins hosted Delmas Friday, according to South Florida Sun-Sentinel's Omar Kelly.
The Dolphins deny that they are trying to trade Wallace, according to the Miami Herald.
The Saints have placed the franchise tag on Graham, NFL.com reports.
Maclin (knee), who signed a one-year deal with the Eagles on Friday, said there is "no doubt" he will be ready for training camp, Geoff Mosher of CSNPhilly.com reports.
Hardy will receive the Panthers' franchise tag, keeping him in Carolina through the 2014 season, the Charlotte Observer reports.
Brinkley was released by the Cardinals on Friday, NFL.com reports.
Folk will receive the franchise tag from the Jets, Adam Caplan of SiriusXM reports.
Bryant was released by the Seahawks on Friday, Liz Mathews of 710 ESPN Seattle reports.
Rice (knee) was officially released by the Seahawks on Friday, Liz Mathews of 710 ESPN Seattle reports.
Gregory was released by the Patriots on Friday.
Maclin (knee) agreed to a new one-year contract with the Eagles on Friday.
Butler re-signed with the Chargers on Friday, Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun reports.
Dahl accepted a pay cut for the 2014 season bringing his base salary from $1.35 million to $825,000, the Sacramento Bee reports.
Pitta and the Ravens have agreed to a five-year deal, the Baltimore Sun reports.
Gano signed a four-year deal with the Panthers on Friday, CBS Sports reports.
Thompson is facing a charge of misdemeanor possession of marijuana, and his case will be reviewed by the NFL, the Baltimore Sun reports.
Avant will likely be released by the Eagles in March, ESPN's Adam Caplan reports.
Garza re-signed with the Bears on a one-year, $1.5 million contract Thursday, ESPN Chicago reports.
Maclin, who is bouncing back from an ACL injury, would prefer to sign a one-year deal to remain with the Eagles, while the team is inclined to focus on a multi-year pact with the wideout, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
The Ravens have terminated McClain's contract, the team's official site reports.
The Ravens have terminated Leach's contract, the team's official site reports.
Jolly underwent single fusion neck surgery on Jan. 10 to repair a bulging disc, ESPN.com reports.
Baker has signed a three-year deal with the Redskins, reportedly worth $12 million, the Washington Post reports.
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport indicates that the expectation is that the Jets will cut Holmes soon.
The Colts are believed to be interested in signing Decker, who is slated to become an unrestricted free agent next month, Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun reports.
Cooper has signed a five-year deal with the Eagles that could be worth as much as $25 million, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Banjo has re-signed with the Packers, the team's official website reports.
Maclin is nearing a one-year contract with the Eagles, NFL.com reports.
Cooper is close to an agreement on a multi-year contract with the Eagles, NFL.com reports.
The Browns have released Jackson, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.
The Texans have signed Potter, the Houston Chronicle reports.
Lattimore (knee) says that he feels "close to 100-percent and is counting down the days until he can run free and easy for the San Francisco 49ers," the Associated Press reports. "The left knee, it feels like nothing ever happened. The right knee, it feels great. Both feel balanced. I've got my speed and I rarely get any soreness" after workouts.
DeCoud remains a candidate to be released by the Falcons for salary cap purposes, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Colts GM Ryan Grigson said he's not sure who will be Indy's starting running back in 2014. "At any point in time you'll know how we do things with the Colts, it's the best players play," he told ESPN. Richardson (shoulder) and Vick Ballard (knee) are returning from injuries while Donald Brown is set to be a free agent.
Peters has signed a four-year extension with the Eagles worth $41.3 million that brings the total value of his contract -- which had one year remaining on it -- to $51.3 million, ESPN.com reports.
Woodson plans to play in 2014, espnwisconsin.com reports.
Carriker (quad) is optimistic about returning to the Redskins, ESPN.com reports.
The Philadelphia Inquirer suggests that Polk (shoulder) could see an expanded role supporting LeSean McCoy this coming season.
Due to multiple injuries, Rainey, after being claimed from the Browns off waivers in October wound up as the Bucs' leading rusher in 2013 with 137 carries for 532 yards (3.9 yards per carry) and five touchdowns.
Stewart's contract with the Panthers has been restructured, the Charlotte Observer reports.
Davis has restructured his contract with the Panthers, the Charlotte Observer reports.
Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones said that addressing Ware's contract is something "that has to be considered," the Dallas Morning News reports.
Scott's toe, which he first injured in 2012, is still a major problem for the veteran linebacker, USA Today's Tom Pelissero reports.
Battle has re-signed with the Titans, Jim Wyatt of the Tennessean reports.
Soliai is not expected to return to the Dolphins, according to the Miami Herald.
Conte remains in the mix for a starting job at safety for the Bears in 2014, ESPNChicago.com reports.
Pitta and the Ravens are reportedly making progress toward a new deal, NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports.
Martin signed a one-year deal with the Bears on Monday, the Chicago Tribune reports.
The Raiders have signed Jones to a three-year contract extension, the team's official site reports.
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport suggests that the Jets could pursue Vick in free agency.
The Titans met with Johnson's (knee) agent at the NFL Combine this past weekend, the Tennessean reports.
Bryant is a candidate to be released by the Seahawks, the Seattle Post Intelligencer reports.
Davis and the Colts have had discussions about a new contract for the impending free agent, the Indianapolis Star reports.
The Cowboys do not plan to make a restricted free agent tender offer to Tanner, ESPN's Todd Archer reports.
Williams will have an opportunity to stick with the Cardinals next season, but a roster spot isn't guaranteed, the Cardinals' official site reports. At the scouting combine Friday, coach Bruce Arians said, "Ryan has a chance this year. He went into training camp [last year] and missed the entire preseason. It's very hard to become a player during the season when you miss the entire preseason...The big thing, he came to work every day. The consistency of showing up to work every day, that will be the big thing for him in training camp this year."
The Jets are thought to be considering McCown as a free agent target, the Chicago Tribune reports.
The NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports that the Bills will franchise Byrd if they can't come to a long-term deal with him.
Buccaneers GM Jason Licht said he's looking to bring in a veteran quarterback who's capable of pushing Glennon for the starting job, the Tampa Tribune reports. "Absolutely," Licht said. "New coach, new regime, you can't just hand the keys over and say this guys is our starter. You have to see what he is, and competition drives the best out of everybody. So, that's what we'll be looking for."
Boldin and the 49ers are close to reaching a new deal, NFL.com reports.
Wayne (knee) is expected to be ready for the start of training camp, the Terre Haute Tribune-Star reports.
The Packers are prepared to let Jones walk in free agency, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Thompson was arrested for suspicion of possessing marijuana and drug paraphernalia in Gainesville, FL on Friday, the ESPN.com reports.
Bills general manager Doug Whaley said that Alonso could be used as a weakside linebacker in the future, The Buffalo News reports.
Floyd (neck) will visit a spine specialist soon, and there should be more clarity on his status following the appointment, the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
Webb did not end up having surgery to repair a sports hernia, the Baltimore Sun reports.
Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said that Pierce (shoulder) is expected to be ready for the first day of training camp, the Baltimore Sun reports.
Panthers coach Ron Rivera said that Smith is in the team's plans for 2014, but Rivera also indicated that the veteran receiver may have a reduced role, panthers.com reports. "We're going through our process, and Steve is a part of what we're doing going forward," Rivera said. "How big of an impact he's going to have for us, that's going to be determined as we go through the draft process and through free agency. We'll see."
Lions general manager Martin Mayhew said that Bell, who is a restricted free agent, will be back with the Lions in 2014, MLive.com reports. "He's going to be here," Mayhew said Friday. "We met with his agent a couple of nights ago and had a good discussion. There is a possibility we might work on a long-term deal with him, but either way, he's going to be with us."
The Bills want to sign Byrd (back) to a long-term contract but plan on franchise tagging the safety if the two sides can't reach an agreement, NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports.
Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome said he feels good about Rice's side of the story regarding Rice's alleged assault of his fiancee, BaltimoreRavens.com reports.
Even after accepting a pay cut in base salary, Baldwin is not a lock to make the 49ers and will have to compete for his roster spot this summer, ESPN.com reports.
Houston head coach Bill O'Brien said Watt will "fit in really well" in any planned defensive scheme, the Houston Chronicle reports.
Bradford (knee) is expected to start throwing in late May or early June, Jim Thomas of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Vikings coach Mike Zimmer said Friday that Peterson (groin) should be ready for April minicamp, Tom Pelissero of USA Today
Packers coach Mike McCarthy said Friday that he's "open and optimistic" about Finley's return from neck surgery, NFL.com reports.
Foster's rehabilitation from back surgery is going well, according to GM Rick Smith and coach Bill O'Brien, ESPN.com reports. "He's working hard, he's in the building, he's in the training room consistently," Smith said. "The reports I'm getting from [head trainer Geoff Kaplan] indicate he's going to be fine."
Pierre-Paul (back, shoulder) will not need surgery, Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News reports.
The Redskins have no interest in trading Cousins, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports.
Rice (knee) will be released by the Seahawks, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports.
Shields is one of the players the Packers would "like to have back" according to general manager Ted Thompson, FOX Sports Wisconsin reports.
Claiborne has undergone surgeries to repair his left shoulder and left pinkie finger this offseason, but is expected to be ready for spring OTAs, Rowan Kavner of DallasCowboys.com reports.
Lacy could be headed for an increased workload in 2014, as Packers' coach Mike McCarthy is hopeful to use him as a three-down back, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Davis, who was recently suspended from the NFL indefinitely, was pulled over and charged with driving under the influence Thursday, the Washington Post's Mike Jones reports.
Police reportedly have an unreleased video of Rice knocking his fiancee unconscious as part of an incident that took place in Atlantic City last weekend, Robert Klemko of Sports Illustrated reports.
Head coach Mike Smith said that the Falcons didn't get a chance to see what Jackson is truly capable of until the end of the 2013 season, Vaughn McClure of ESPN.com reports.
Jenkins finished off 2013 with 61 tackles, a sack and an interception.
Although overshadowed by fellow defensive end Robert Quinn, Long still had a decent 2013, with 40 tackles, 8.5 sacks and a forced fumble.
Quinn completed a monster 2013 with 57 tackles, 19 sacks (a franchise record) and seven forced fumbles.
After struggling with consistency his rookie year, Zuerlein ended up nailing 26 of 28 field goals in 2013.
Dunbar finished the season with 39 tackles in 12 games after starting 2013 with a four-game suspension.
Ellington won't be a "featured" back during the 2014 season, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. In an attempt to clarify his eventual role, general manager Steve Keim said, "When you say featured back, I don't know that there are many featured backs in the NFL. Adrian Peterson, those types of guys. Most teams use a platoon of backs and that would probably be no different than us. Andre, the way he's built, is body type, is more in line with Chris Johnson, Jamaal Charles...To say you're going to play him 25 to 35 snaps, pounding the ball between the tackles, you're probably leaving yourself open to injuries."
Bills coach Doug Marrone said Thursday he has no problem with Johnson and is looking forward to having him back for another season, BuffaloBills.com reports. Marrone also responded to reports questioning his staff's belief in Johnson's commitment to their team concept, reports Marrone says did not come from a Bills source: "I wound up texting Stevie and he got back to me, we had a great conversation. I told Stevie, listen, I'm excited about getting started with you. I'm excited about you coming in and being healthy and getting this team going. Whatever else you're hearing is not coming from me. But if you hear anything else make sure you call me."
Kolb's status for 2014 remains in limbo as he works through the medical process for his battle with concussions, BuffaloBills.com reports. Said coach Doug Marrone on Thursday, "What I was told is there is a process and the medical process, he's still going through it and we're waiting for him to come back for another medical check, which is coming up."
Lynch agreed to plead guilty Friday to the lesser charge of reckless driving, which will end his pending DUI case, ESPN.com reports.
GM John Idzik indicated that that Sanchez "is making very good progress" in his rehab from shoulder surgery, the New York Daily News' Manish Mehta reports.
Richardson underwent a shoulder procedure following the 2013 season that NFL.com's Ian Rapoport was told was "just a scope."
The Bears would like to re-sign Melton, who is working his way back from a torn ACL, ESPN.com reports. "We do want to bring back Henry and we'll work through that process," GM Phil Emery said Thursday. "He's made progress. He's made positive progress."
Coach Jim Harbaugh emphasized Thursday that re-signing Boldin is a priority for the 49ers, csnbayarea.com reports.
Though coach Jim Harbaugh said that he "wouldn't count Bowman (knee) out" for Week 1, he suggested that a midseason return is a more realistic target for the linebacker.
Wilson (neck) -- who is bouncing back from a herniated disc surgery -- is progressing in his recovery, with ESPN.com relaying that he is expected be ready for the start of training camp.
The Raiders plan to meet with McFadden's agent Saturday at the NFL scouting combine, NFL.com reports.
Dreessen is slated to undergo surgery on his left knee next week, the Denver Post reports.
The NFL has suspended Davis indefinitely for violating the league's "policy and program of substances of abuse," according to csnwashington.com.
The Washington Post suggests that the Redskins would seek a second-round pick in they event that they decide to shop Cousins.
Rice's recent arrest and charge of simple assault-domestic violence stemming from an incident in Atlantic City this past weekend will be reviewed by the NFL under the league's personal-conduct policy, the Baltimore Sun reports.
Ware, who has dealt with right elbow issues over the last two seasons, underwent surgery Tuesday to address the problem, the Dallas Morning News reports.
Kruger finished 2013 with 47 tackles (26 solo), 4.5 sacks, two forced fumbles, and five passes defensed.
Rubin finished the 2013 season with 52 tackles (25 solo) and two sacks in 14 games played.
Sheard finished his third season in Cleveland with 36 tackles (19 solo), 5.5 sacks, one fumble recovery, and four passes defensed in 13 games played.
Skrine finished the 2013 season with 65 tackles (55 solo), one sack, one interception, and 19 passes defensed.
Taylor finished the 2013 season with 26 tackles (14 solo) and two sacks in 15 games played.
Romo (back) is "on target and feels good" with respect to his rehab, according to Cowboys' executive vice president Stephen Jones, the Dallas Morning News reports.
Hill and the Packers agreed to a deal on Tuesday, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.