The Cleveland Browns have agreed to terms with free agent offensive guard Cosey Coleman (Tampa Bay) on Monday.
- Plaxico Burress (Pittsburgh) missed his visit with the Giants on Monday due to an illness but is expected to visit the club on Tuesday provided he's feeling better.
- The Arizona Cardinals reached a five-year contract agreement with free agent defensive end Chike Okeafor (Seahawks) on Monday. Okeafor had interest from Denver and his old team, Seattle.
- The St. Louis Rams will have free agents cornerback Michael Hawthorne (Packers) and safety Michael Stone (Cardinals) in for visits this week. The team is looking for depth at both positions.
- Defensive end Bryce Fisher has a visit set up with Seattle this week.
- The Philadelphia Eagles have released punter Filip Filopovic and kicker Mackenzie Hoambrecker.
- The San Francisco 49ers have re-signed veteran running back/full back Terry Jackson.
- The Washington Redskins have re-signed veteran fullback/H-Back Mike Sellers.
- The Detroit Lions have reached an agreement with unrestricted free agent safety Kenoy Kennedy (Denver).
- Lions also reached a multi-year contract agreement with free agent tight end Marcus Pollard (Colts) on Monday.
- While free agent offensive guard Keydrick Vincent (Pittsburgh) visits with the Cleveland Browns, the team continues to negotiate with another free agent offensive guard, Cosey Coleman (Tampa Bay).
- Free agent linebacker Matt Stewart (Atlanta) is believed to have discussed contract parameters with the Miami Dolphins and Cleveland Browns.
- The New York Giants continue to negotiate with free agent wide receiver Plaxico Burress (Pittsburgh) at this hour.
- Free agent defensive end Chike Okeafor (Seattle) is visiting the Denver Broncos, while remaining in close contact with the Seahawks. At the present time, Okeafor is expected to re-sign with the Seahawks. The Arizona Cardinals are also in the mix.
- The Atlanta Falcons re-signed punt/kicker return Allen Rossum to a multi-year deal on Monday. They also signed free agents kicker Todd Peterson (49ers) and safety Rich Coady (Rams) on Monday.
- The New England Patriots are entertaining free agent safety Antuan Edwards (Dolphins) today in Foxboro.
- The New York Giants have signed unrestricted free agent quarterback Jim Miller (Patriots) to a one-year deal.
- The Kansas City Chiefs are expecting free agent linebacker Ed Hartwell (Baltimore) to give the team an answer regarding their contract offer within 72 hours, according to sources close to the team.
- The New York Giants reached contract agreements with free agent kicker Jay Feely (Falcons), running back Mike Cloud (Giants), and quarterback Jim Miller (Patriots) on Monday.
- The Arizona Cardinals re-signed running back Troy Hambrick to a multi-year contract on Monday.
- The Buffalo Bills had free agent guard Rick DeMulling (Colts) in for a visit on Monday.
- The Miami Dolphins signed veteran defensive end Kevin Carter (Titans) to a multi-year contract on Monday.
The club also released veteran wide receiver David Boston on Monday due to failing a team physical.
- The Baltimore Ravens reached a multi-year contract agreement with free agent cornerback Samari Rolle (Titans) on Monday. He'll take the starting job vacated by Gary Baxter who signed with the Browns.
- Cincinnati Bengals running back Rudi Johnson accepted the one-year tender offer of $6.3 million that was due him under terms of the NFL's Collective Bargaining Agreement when the team named him its franchise player on Feb. 15.
Johnson may still negotiate a longer contract with the Bengals, but the franchise tag guaranteed him the option of the one-year offer, which is set as the average of the top five running backs' salaries in the NFL for the previous season.
- The New Orleans Saints reached a multi-year contract agreement with free agent defensive back Dwight Smith (Buccaneers) on Monday.
It's not known yet whether he will play at safety or at cornerback for his new team. If he plays at free safety, there is a good chance that the club would release Tebucky Jones.
- Defensive end Marques Douglas (Ravens) has drawn interest from the Philadelphia Eagles and Pittsburgh Steelers. According to sources close to Douglas, the belief is he will sign shortly after Chike Okeafor. Rumors have circulated that Miami was interested in Douglas but that was shot down by his agent on Monday.
The majority of teams looking at Douglas run the 3-4 defensive scheme. One team that does run the 3-4 but has not contacted his representation is the San Diego Chargers.
- The Tampa Bay Buccaneers have re-signed linebacker Ryan Nece to a multi-year contract.
- The Pittsburgh Steelers reached a multi-year contract agreement with cornerback Willie Williams (Steelers) on Monday.
Monday NFL Free Agency Wire Updated 10:20 PM ET
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