Baltimore: The Ravens have reached agreement on a two-year deal with free agent tight end
Carolina: Defensive end
Cleveland did not release the troubled quarterback on the day the NFL began its new calendar year. The move had been expected for weeks, and the Browns had indicated they will move on without the 23-year-old.
Then again, the team could be waiting to see if they can trade Manziel for a late-round draft pick or possibly recoup some of the money owed to him if he's suspended.
He is still facing potential criminal charges in Texas stemming from a domestic violence incident.
Denver: Another day, another Super Bowl champion quarterback has left the
Osweiler appeared in eight games with seven starts last season for the Broncos. He threw for a 1,967 yards and 10 touchdowns with six interceptions last season.
Detriot: Defensive tackle Haloti Ngata is returning to the
Kansas City: The Chiefs went for outside linebacker
Massaquoi's agency announced the deal on the opening day of free agency
The Chiefs also agreed to a five-year contract with former Browns offensive tackle
Miami: Defensive end
Minnesota: A person with direct knowledge of the deal tells The Associated Press the
New England: The
Humber, 28, has played seven NFL seasons with Indianapolis and New Orleans, playing mostly as a backup and on special teams. In 2015, Humber had 47 tackles and one sack in 14 games. Fletcher, 29, spent last season on the reserve-physically unable to perform list. In 54 games, he has 101 total tackles, 4 1/2 sacks, three forced fumbles and an interception.
New Orleans: The New Orleans Saints signed former
The addition of Fleener, a four-year veteran who caught 54 passes for 491 yards and three touchdowns last season, comes on Wednesday's opening of free agency and after tight end Ben Watson left New Orleans for Baltimore.
New Orleans also has re-signed kicker
Oakland: The Raiders have filled another hole in free agency by agreeing to a four-year contract with former Seattle pass rusher
San Diego: The
The 2016 season will be Gates' 14th with the Chargers. He signed as an undrafted rookie in 2003. Gates is the franchise leader with 844 catches, 10,644 yards receiving and 104 touchdown catches.
Tampa Bay: All-Pro running back
Martin, 27, has had two outstanding seasons with the