McCown agreed to terms on a three-year contract with the Browns on Friday, Mke Garafolo of FOX Sports reports.
Massaquoi was released by the Falcons on Friday, ESPN.com reports.
Dockett was released by the Cardinals on Friday, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports.
Gibson was released by the Dolphins on Friday, NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports.
Bowen was released by the Redskins on Friday, Mike Jones of the Washington Post reports.
Falcons general manager Thomas Dimitroff said there is "no question" that Freeman can serve as a full-time back in Atlanta's offense, the Falcons' official website reports.
Young is registered for the NFL veteran's combine, NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports.
Cofield was released by the Redskins on Friday, ESPN's John Keim reports.
Johnson was released by the Vikings on Friday, ESPN's Adam Caplan reports.
Miller signed a one-year extension with the Bears that will run through 2015, ESPN's Michael C. Wright reports.
Geathers was released by the Bengals on Friday.
Little was released by the Bengals on Friday.
The Vikings are expected to ask Peterson to reduce his $12.5 million contract for 2015, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports. While the NFL plans to appeal a federal judge's ruling that overturned Peterson's suspension, the Vikings and Peterson can talk about a new contract while he remains on the Commissioner's exempt list during the appeal process.
Canty was released by the Ravens on Friday, Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun reports.
Douglas has been released by the Falcons, FOX Sports 1's Jenna Laine reports.
Hartline was released by the Dolphins on Friday, NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports.
Hasselbeck signed a one-year contract with the Colts, Kevin Bowen of Colts.com reports.
Jackson was released by the Falcons on Thursday.
Jean-Francois signed a three-year, $11.25 million contract with the Redskins on Thursday, NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports.
Langford was released by the Rams on Thursday, ESPN's Nick Wagoner reports.
Alonso, coming off ACL surgery last July, expects to be ready to be fully ready for July's training camp. "I anticipate being 100 percent before camp," Alonso told BuffaloBills.com. "By camp, I definitely feel I'll be at 100 percent. I feel very good with where I'm at. By camp I'll be full go."
The Chiefs have released Fasano, ESPN's Adam Teicher reports.
Roos (knee) announced his retirement from the NFL on Thursday, Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean reports.
Wallace is a candidate to be traded by the Dolphins, according to the Miami Herald.
The Jaguars will release Blackmon, the Florida Times-Union reports.
McCown and the Bills are reportedly working on potential contract agreement, wgr550.com reports.
Peterson's suspension has been overturned by a federal judge, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
Mallett (pectoral muscle) is still undergoing rehabilitation, but has done some easy throwing, the Houston Chronicle reports.
The Falcons have re-signed Bryant, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
The Lions have released Bush, the team's official site reports.
McCown is drawing interest from the Browns, ESPN.com reports.
The Packers have released Hawk, the team's official site reports.
The Ravens terminated Jones' contract on Wednesday, the team's official site reports.
Griffin underwent a procedure Tuesday to address chronic tendinitis in his left knee, the Tennessean reports.
Wheeler could be a salary cap casualty, according to the Miami Herald.
Ellerbe could be a salary cap casualty, according to the Miami Herald.
Misi is expected to move back to strongside linebacker full-time this season, according to the Miami Herald.
Hillis was released by the Giants on Wednesday, Mike Garafolo of FOX Sports 1 reports.
Brooks will open the 2015 season on the physically unable to perform list, The Baltimore Sun's Aaron Wilson reports.
Texans head coach Bill O'Brien believes Foster has a lot of good football left, NFL.com reports.
Johnson has announced his retirement, Michael Gehlken of the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
Thomas is unlikely to re-sign with the Broncos before the free agency period begins March 10, The Denver Post reports.
Kiwanuka was released Tuesday by the Giants, NFL.com's Kimberly Jones reports.
Douglas is a candidate to be released this offseason, NFL.com reports.
Roach (concussion) continues to suffer from headaches and may ultimately miss the upcoming 2015-16 season as a result, Vic Tafur of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Peterson's agent had to be separated from a member of the Vikings front office during a heated argument at last week's NFL scouting combine and made it clear his client would never play for the Vikings again, CBSSports.com reports. However, Peterson's father denies the report that he no longer wants to play for the Vikings, the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.
The Cardinals have released Ginn, the team's official site reports.
The Colts have released Jean-Francois, the Indianapolis Star reports.
Williams has been told by the Panthers that the team plans to release him this offseason, NFL.com reports.
Hopkins recently underwent surgery to repair a torn ligament in his right wrist, KHOU 11 Sports reports.
Pierre-Paul is expected to receive the Giants' franchise tag, should he fail to reach a long-term contract extension with the team by Mar. 2, ESPN.com reports.
Harrison has decided he wants to play one more season, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports. "I decided to hold off on retirement, so it's time to pack up and head to AZ to start my training so I can be ready to play another year," Harrison wrote on Twitter and Instagram Sunday.
Clay is expected to re-sign with the Dolphins, The Palm Beach Post reports.
Peterson has not requested a trade from the Vikings nor has Minnesota asked him to take a pay cut from the $12.75 salary he's set to make this season, the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.
Lynch, contrary to reports, has not agreed to a new contract with the Seahawks, his agent said late Saturday.
McClain will be facing a four-game suspension in 2015 after violating the NFL's substance abuse policy, the Dallas Morning News reports.
Giants general manager Jerry Reese said he got a positive report from team doctors on Cruz (knee), Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News reports.
Hightower (shoulder) will likely need six or seven months to recover from surgery to repair a torn labrum, the Boston Herald reports.
Jones was released by the Packers on Friday.
Packers coach Mike McCarthy said Thursday that he expects Janis to take a big step in his second season, ESPN Wisconsin reports.
Ross, an exclusive rights free agent, will be back with the Lions in 2015, ESPN's Michael Rothstein reports.
Hawk underwent surgery immediately after the season to remove bone spurs from his ankle, ESPN.com reports.
The Lions announced Thursday that Moore would not be tendered a contract for 2015, the Detroit Free Press reports.
Vikings offensive coordinator Norv Turner said Johnson is "far and away our best receiver" in comments to ESPN Cleveland while at the NFL combine.
Peterson said he's undecided about his future with the Vikings as he's uneasy about how some members of the organization didn't support him when the team worked with the NFL to put him on the commissioner's exempt list last September, ESPN reports. "I'm still uneasy, to be honest with you. I'm still uneasy about a lot of things that took place within the organization," he said.
Clowney is "doing well" in his recovery from December knee surgery, according to Houston general manager Rick Smith, the Texans' official site reports. "We expect that he would hopefully make a full recovery and be able to help us next year," added Smith.
Lane (arm/knee) has been diagnosed with a torn ACL, in addition to a compound arm fracture, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports.
Galette will not face charges in relation to a recent domestic violence arrest, but a civil lawsuit was filed Thursday, the New Orleans Times-Picayune reports.
Foote was released by the Cardinals on Thursday to prepare for a coaching gig, Darren Urban of azcardinals.com reports.
Cassel is likely to return next season to the Vikings even though he's due $4.75 million in the final season of his two-year contract and coming back from a season-ending broken foot, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
The Eagles have released Casey, the team's official site reports.
The 49ers have begun talking with Gore about a new contract, NFL.com reports.
The 49ers have begun talking with Crabtree about a new contract, NFL.com reports.
Chancellor will not need surgery on the torn MCL he suffered two days before the Super Bowl, the Seattle Times reports.
Broncos general manager John Elway said Thursday that the team will use its franchise tag on Thomas, if the two sides are unable reach a long-term agreement before the March 2 deadline for the tag, USA Today's Lindsay Jones reports.
Thomas, who played through a fully torn labrum in the Super Bowl, has yet to have shoulder surgery but is expected to be ready for the start of the season, the Seattle Times reports.
The Dolphins are nearing a decision on Wallace, according to the Miami Herald.
Lane, who suffered a gruesome compound arm fracture on an interception return in the Super Bowl, will have surgery on a knee injury suffered on the same play, the Seattle Times reports.
Richardson, who tore his left ACL in the divisional playoffs, likely will not be ready for the start of next season, the Seattle Times reports.
General manager John Schneider said Thursday it would not surprise him if Lynch retired, the Seattle Times reports.
Greenway says he's "completely healthy" after suffering a strained MCL injury on Dec. 21 and has started working out this offseason, ESPN reports.
Claiborne (knee) may not be ready for the start of training camp, the Dallas Morning News reports.
Lee is ahead of schedule in his rehab from knee surgery, and is expected to be a full participant in April's offseason program, the Dallas Morning News reports.
Moore (hip) is expected to miss OTAs in May and June, but should be healthy by the start of training camp, CSN Bay Area reports. "He should be ready," general manager Reggie McKenzie said. "There's nothing negative to suggest that he won't be ready for training camp. He had major surgery, so it's going to take him awhile to get back. We're not going to have him push through just to have him ready for the start of OTAs."
49ers' GM Trent Baalke confirmed that Davis would "absolutely" be back with the team in 2015, CSN Bay Area reports.
The Vikings have claimed Bostick off waivers from the Packers, the team's official site reports.
Coach John Fox fell short of issuing Cutler a vote of confidence at this stage of the offseason, ESPN.com reports.
Coach Rex Ryan emphasized Wednesday that he'll continue to look to beef up the quarterback spot this offseason, BuffaloBills.com reports. Said Ryan, "I think in an ideal world you'd have a veteran quarterback with a young quarterback. I don't think there's any doubt about that, whether it's a young guy starting with a veteran backup or vice versa. We'll see how it shakes out." Currently, Manuel and Jeff Tuel are the only quarterbacks on the roster.
Speaking at the NFL combine, coach Jay Gruden noted that he anticipates Griffin being Washington's starter at QB heading into the 2015 season. "Robert ended the season as our starter and we anticipate that going forward," Gruden indicated Wednesday. "He'll be the No. 1 guy."
The Cardinals and Fitzgerald have agreed to a restructured deal, ESPN.com reports.
Broncos coach Gary Kubiak said Tuesday that he expects Manning to return for the 2015 season, Denver Post reports.
Dorsey (foot) has been released by the Packers, Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Ogletree re-signed with the Giants on Tuesday, Mike Garafolo of FOX Sports reports.
Rivers was released by the Bills on Tuesday, WGR 550 reports.
Jenkins was released by the Chiefs on Tuesday, ESPN's Adam Caplan reports.
Lloyd is unlikely to re-sign with the 49ers, the Sacramento Bee reports.
Smith is the one sure thing for Jacksonville's 2015 linebacking corps, the Florida Times-Union reports.
Williams has meetings lined up with six teams at the 2015 Scouting Combine in Indianapolis, NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports.
Crabtree is unlikely to re-sign with the 49ers, the Sacramento Bee reports.
Avery will be released by the Chiefs, NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports.
DeCoud was released by the Panthers on Tuesday.
Jackson is unlikely to receive the franchise tag, the Houston Chronicle reports.
Mathis, who is recovering from a torn Achilles he suffered in September, is still hoping to participate in at least a portion of spring OTAs, his agent told NFL.com.
Bradham finished his third NFL season with 104 total tackles, six passes defensed, one interception, two forced fumbles, and 2.5 sacks.
Welker denied reports that he was considering retirement Monday, telling the Denver Post that he is "just getting ready for 2015."
The Colts have released Phillips, the Indianapolis Star reports.
The Packers have released Bostick, the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports.
McCown, a free agent who visited with the Bills on Monday, has left Buffalo without a contract and apparently will be visiting with at least one or two more teams, The Buffalo News reports.
McKinnon, who underwent surgery to address the lower back issue that landed him on IR this past December, is close to completing his post-surgery rehab, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
McCown is visiting with the Bills on Monday with the hope of reaching an agreement on a contract after he was recently released by the Bucs, ESPN's Adam Schefter and Mike Rodak report.
Cushing underwent offseason surgery to address a broken wrist, the Houston Chronicle reports.
With new coach Rex Ryan typically favoring a 3-4 defense, Williams could be moved back to outside linebacker in 2015, The Buffalo News reports.
The Chiefs are slated to meet with Houston's agent at the NFL combine this coming week, Terez A. Paylor of the Kansas City Star reports.
Worilds could explore the free agent market, according to Steelers.com. "Jason had a good year for us," said GM Kevin Colbert. "I don't think you've seen the best of him, either with the Steelers or as a potential player for someone else's team. We will see where the market goes."
The Jets declined the second-year option on Johnson's contract, making him a free agent, ESPN New York's Rich Cimini reports.
The Cowboys have declined to pick up Melton's option, Brandon George of the Dallas Morning News reports.
Bradshaw (ankle) was cited for possession of marijuana after a traffic stop Thursday in Preble County, Ohio, 2 News WDTN Ohio reports.
Manning met with Broncos officials Thursday and intimated that he is physically and mentally prepared to play at a significant level in 2015, ESPN.com reports.
Raiders head coach Jack Del Rio said Thursday that Murray is a candidate to lead the team's backfield, the San Francisco Chronicle's Vic Tafur reports.
The Saints re-signed Graham to a one-year contract, Mike Garafolo of FOX Sports reports.
The Saints have re-signed Haralson to a one-year contract, ESPN.com reports.
The Broncos continue to try to agree on a long-term contract with Thomas, as they are expected to use the franchise tag on wide receiver Demaryius Thomas, NFL.com reports.
The Broncos are expected to use the franchise tag on Thomas if they are unable to reach an agreement on a long-term contract, NFL.com reports.
Bell faces a potential two-game suspension to start the 2015 season as a result of his August arrest on marijuana and DUI charges, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.
Hogan finished the 2014 season with 41 catches on 61 targets for 426 yards and four touchdowns.
The Giants have waived Wilson, nj.com reports.
The Buccaneers have released McCown, Greg Auman of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
The Colts have released Jackson, the team's official site reports.
The Colts have released Landry, the team's official site reports.
Welker is reportedly considering retirement, foxsports.com reports.
Taylor (elbow) signed with the Dolphins on Tuesday, Alain Poupart of Dolphins.com reports.
Lynch, who has reportedly considered retiring, has not told the Seahawks if he intends to play in 2015, general manager John Schneider told ESPN 710 Seattle on Tuesday. "Whether or not he wants to play next year, I can't answer that," Schneider said. "I don't know if he knows at this juncture."
Jackson finished the 2014 season with 707 yards and six touchdowns on 190 carries, adding 20 receptions for 148 yards on 27 targets.
Campbell underwent successful sports hernia surgery during the first week of February, the Cardinals' official site reports.
The Dolphins have had internal discussions about signing Tannehill to a long-term contract, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports.
Ball (groin) said he will be "ready to win the job" in 2015, ESPN.com reports.
Falcons offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan said Tuesday that he loved Freeman as a prospect in the 2014 draft, Jay Adams of the team's official website reports.
Manning plans to speak with Broncos general manager John Elway and president Joe Ellis before making a final decision on playing in 2015, Mike Klis of the Denver Post reports.
Seahawks general manager John Schneider acknowledged Tuesday that Lynch's contract will need to be addressed before the 2015 season, John Boyle of the Everett Herald reports.
Bush is a potential salary-cap casualty this offseason, the New Orleans Times-Picayune reports, as the Saints would save nearly $2 million by cutting him. Bush is recovering from a fractured tibia that placed him on season-ending IR in November.
Although the Saints must trim somewhere between $20 million and $30 million in salary-cap space, Mike Triplett of ESPN.com believes that the Saints will find a way to keep Colston in New Orleans for a 10th season by working out a pay cut with him. Colston, 31 years old, is due $7 million in salary and bonuses in 2015, plus another $7.8 million in 2016.
Rivers (back) will be evaluated in one month to determine whether or not his bulging disk requires offseason surgery, Chris Wesseling of NFL.com reports.
Woods finished the 2014 season with 65 catches on 104 targets for 699 yards and five touchdowns.
Sherman (elbow) will avoid undergoing surgery and instead focus on rehab and treatment to repair his injury for the time being, Mike Garafolo of FOX Sports 1 reports.
Glennon is a candidate to be traded this offseason, NFL.com reports.
The Rams are looking to restructure the final year of Bradford's (knee) contract, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Hardy's (suspension) domestic abuse charges were dismissed Monday, Jonathan Jones of the Charlotte Observer reports.
West plans on entering the 2015 season weighing roughly 15 pounds lighter, the Browns' official site reports.
Bryant remains on track in his recovery from a torn ACL suffered Oct. 12, the Browns' official site reports.
Hoyer's decision to re-sign with the Browns may be affected by the findings of the NFL's text-message investigation of General Manager Ray Farmer, ESPN Cleveland reports.
Smith underwent surgery on two fingers on his left hand but isn't expected to miss any of Minnesota's offseason program, the Minneapolis Star-Tribune reports.
Abraham (concussion) is "50-50" whether he'll return for a 15th season in 2015, Mike Jurecki of FOX Sports 910 Phoenix reports.
Randle will not be charged for possession of a controlled substance, but he is now being investigated for accusations of domestic violence, the Dallas Morning News reports.
Bell may be suspended by the NFL for an incident back in August that led to charges of driving under the influence and possession of marijuana, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports.
Seferian-Jenkins (back) said he is fully healthy and ready for offseason workouts, The Tampa Tribune reports.
Wilfork said Thursday that he will play at least one more season, WEEI.com reports.
Jones (ankle) has been given the green light to do a full workout program to start preparing for official offseason workouts and minicamp.
Thomas will have surgery to repair a fully torn labrum and is expected to be out six to eight months, NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports.
Lofton was spotted at a Pelicans game with his arm in a protective sling, Nick Underhill of the New Orleans Advocate reports.
McCown re-signed with the Saints on Thursday, Mike Garafolo of FOX Sports reports.
Chancellor played through last Sunday's Super Bowl with a torn MCL, the Seahawks' official site reports.
Randle was cited with a ticket but not arrested on marijuana charges, his agent Erik Burkhardt reports.
Moore has requested his release from Pittsburgh, according to ESPN.com reporter Adam Schefter.
Guion was arrested late Tuesday night on marijuana and firearm charge, Paul Imig of Fox Sports Wisconsin reports.
Randle was arrested on Tuesday for marijuana possession, Dallas Morning News reports.
Jackson was arrested on an alleged assault charge Tuesday, the Indianapolis Star reports.
Martin signed with the Chiefs on Tuesday, Terez A. Paylor of the Kansas City Star reports.
Gordon was officially handed a one-year suspension from the NFL on Tuesday for a violation of the league's substance-abuse policy, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.
Carpenter finished the 2014 season with 133 points, good for sixth in NFL scoring. He made 34 of 38 field goals - including six of eight from 50-plus - as well as 31 of 32 extra points.
Brown has been claimed off waivers by the Bills, ESPN's Mike Rodak reports.
McKelvin, who suffered a fractured ankle in Week 11 and missed the rest of the season, expects to be ready for OTA practices in the spring, BuffaloBills.com reports. Said McKelvin, "I should be 100 percent probably in a month or so. By the middle of March I should be cleared. I haven't been cleared by the doctor yet for my ankle."
Hightower will undergo labrum surgery in the offseason, Ian Rappoport of NFL Network reports.
Coach Pete Carroll indicated that Lane suffered a "significant" broken arm in Sunday's Super Bowl.
Sherman will need to undergo Tommy John surgery in the offseason.
Manziel decided to enter himself into treatment Wednesday, ESPN reports. "Johnny knows there are areas in which he needs to improve in order to be a better family member, friend and teammate, and he thought the offseason was the right time to take this step," Manziel's adviser Brad Beckworth said.
Sherman played Sunday's Super Bowl with torn ligaments in his left elbow, and he may require Tommy John surgery in the offseason, ESPN.com reports.
Alonso is expected to be fully cleared for spring workouts after coming off ACL surgery last July, BuffaloBills.com reports.
Gronkowski caught 6-of-10 targets for 68 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 28-24 Super Bowl win over the Seahawks.
LaFell (toe) caught 4-of-7 targets for 29 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 28-24 Super Bowl win over the Seahawks.
Amendola caught 5-of-7 targets for 48 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 28-24 Super Bowl win over the Seahawks.
Edelman caught 9-of-12 targets for 109 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 28-24 Super Bowl win over the Seahawks.
Blount had 14 carries for 40 yards in Sunday's 28-24 Super Bowl win over the Seahawks.
Vereen caught 11-of-12 targets for 64 yards, adding four carries for 13 yards, in Sunday's 28-24 Super Bowl win over the Seahawks.
Kearse caught 3-of-6 targets for 45 yards in Sunday's 28-24 Super Bowl loss to the Patriots.
Willson was not targeted in Sunday's 28-24 Super Bowl loss to the Patriots.
Baldwin caught his only target for a three-yard touchdown in Sunday's 28-24 Super Bowl loss to the Patriots.
Lynch had 24 carries for 102 yards and a touchdown, adding one reception for 31 yards on two targets, in Sunday's 28-24 Super Bowl loss to the Patriots.
Wilson completed 12-of-21 passes for 247 yards, with two touchdowns and an interception, in Sunday's 28-24 Super Bowl loss to the Patriots. He added 39 yards on three carries.
Brady won his third Super Bowl MVP award on Sunday, completing 37-of 50 passes for 328 yards, with four touchdowns and two interceptions.
Avril left Sunday's Super Bowl with a concussion, and he will not return to the contest, according to NBC's broadcast of the game.