Weekend NFL Free Agency Wire Updated 6:15 PM ET

Scout.com keeps up with the latest rumblings from the first weekend of the NFL free agency market. <br><br> <b>This page will be updated regularly; please refresh your page often.</b> <br><br>

- The Arizona Cardinals reached a one-year contract agreement with free agent quarterback Kurt Warner (Giants) on Sunday.

Warner felt the Cardinals gave him a best chance to be a starter. He'll complete for the starting job against the incumbent Josh McCown.

- The New York Giants will entertain Plaxico Buress on Monday. The Giants are seeking a number one receiver to complement Tiki Barber and Jeremy Shockey.

They released receiver Ike Hilliard this past Thursday.

Hilliard has received interest from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the New England Patriots.

- The Pittsburgh Steelers are closing in on a five-year deal with kicker Jeff Reed.

Reed received a first-round tender as a restricted free agent.
- The New England Patriots re-signed fullback Patrick Pass to a two-year deal. - Ike Reese (Eagles) is in negotiations with the Atlanta Falcons on a multi-year deal. - The New Orleans Saints had free agent defensive back Dwight Smith (Buccaneers) in for a visit on Sunday.

- The Atlanta Falcons have reached a one-year contract agreement with free agent kicker Todd Peterson (49ers). His addition to the roster could spell and end to the tenure of kicker Jay Feely with the club.

- The San Francisco 49ers have reached a two-year contract agreement defensive lineman Chris Cooper.


- In what can be deemed a class act, the Seattle Seahawks have traded backup quarterback Trent Dilfer to the Cleveland Browns. Dilfer, under contract with Seattle through the 2005 season, has longed for the opportunity to start again in the National Football League.

Seahawks' head coach Mike Holmgren has a gentleman's agreement in place with Dilfer that if the opportunity were to present itself, he would trade the veteran signal-caller to a team where he had the potential to start.

With the team's long-term agreement with quarterback Matt Hasselbeck prior to the free-agent player signing period, any notion that Dilfer would compete for the opportunity to start in Seattle had ended.

Cleveland, seeking a starting-quality quarterback had spoken with the Seahawks on numerous occasions recently about Dilfer. Browns General Manager Phil Savage, knowing the player from his time in Baltimore, was quick to pull the trigger on a deal, which is expected to net the Seahawks a draft selection.

- The New Orleans Saints have agreed to terms with free agent offensive guard Jermane Mayberry (Philadelphia) on a four-year contract.

- The Atlanta Falcons and free agent return specialist Allen Rossum (Falcons) have agreed to terms of a multi-year contract.

Rossum also considered an offer from the San Diego Chargers. - The Arizona Cardinals had visits from free agents linebacker Ed Hartwell (Ravens) and defensive end Chike Okeafor (Seahawks) on Saturday.

The club is looking for a replacement for long-time starting middle linebacker Ronald McKinnon and is also looking for help opposite end Bert Berry.

- New England Patriots outside linebacker Roosevelt Colvin has restructured his contract saving the team over $1 million dollars against the 2005 salary cap.

- Mitchell Frankel, the agent for free agent wide receiver Travis Taylor (Baltimore) has informed the Minnesota Vikings his client would be willing to sign a discounted deal to play for the team.

- Contract negotiations between free agent offensive guard Cosey Coleman (Tampa Bay) and the Cleveland Browns are progressing. If a deal isn't reached over the weekend, Coleman will begin visiting other teams which are expressing interest in the young veteran.

- The Green Bay Packers have re-signed free agent offensive guard Brad Bedell.

- The Oakland Raiders have re-signed free agent defensive tackle Bobby Hamilton.

- According to an Associated Press report, the New York Jets and Washington Redskins have reached a deal in which both teams will swap receivers.

The Redskins will trade Laveranues Coles back to where he started his career and the Jets will trade Santana Moss to the Redskins.

The deal is contingent on both players passing physicals.

- The New York Jets are in pursuit of Ty Law and if they can come to terms it could spell the end of Donnie Abraham's tenure with the team.

- The Kansas City Chiefs are moving closer to signing Samari Rolle as discussions enter the final stages.

- The New Orleans Saints are targeting safety Dwight Smith for their secondary. Smith has made it known he would like to play cornerback and it is unclear where the Saints see him fitting in.

- The Miami Dolphins have reached a two-year deal with free agent defensive end Vonnie Holliday (Chiefs).

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