Which players signed with what NFL teams on Monday? A number of big names went off the board already. We've got the wire, updated throughout the day. Plus, a look at some of the interests being shown by teams.
Charlie Batch, who agreed to terms over the weekend, will sign a three-year contract with the Steelers on Tuesday.
Scout.com has confirmed the details of the four-year deal that scout.com first reported over the weekend for veteran G Will Shields. He'll receive $2.29 million in guaranteed money, $810,000 in base salary, a $400,000 roster bonus, and $100,000 workout bonus.
The Houston Texans waived defensive end Gary Walker and named Tracy Simien assistant defensive line coach.
NFL Network is reporting that the Redskins have signed DE Andre Carter. Jet DE John Abraham also visited the Redskins Monday.
The Redskins announced that they have resigned UFA LB Khary Campbell. Terms were not immediately available.
The Dallas Cowboys signed linebacker Akin Ayodele, who had been with the Jacksonville Jaguars, to a five-year contract on Monday.
The Atlanta Falcons re-signed UFA WR Brian Finneran on Monday to a four-year contract.
The Detroit Lions signed UFA WR Corey Bradford to a four-year contract.
The New Orleans Saints came to terms Monday with free agent linebacker Scott Fujita.
The Carolina Panthers agreed to terms with defensive tackle Damione Lewis and center Justin Hartwig. Hartwig's contract is for five years, $17 million.
New England released linebacker Chad Brown and guard Ryan Krug.
In addition to Seattle, scout.com has confirmed UFA RB Sammy Morris has received interest also from New Orleans, Carolina, and San Francisco. Morris is in Seattle today.
Free agent tight end Matt Schobel (Bengals) is in Philadelphia visiting with Eagles front office personnel and coaches today and tomorrow. He is scheduled to meet with the media at 10 am on Tuesday at the NovaCare Training Complex.
The Carolina Panthers signed journeyman P Micah Knorr.
The Philadelphia Eagles today announced they have signed unrestricted free agent DE Darren Howard to a six-year contract. Howard had previously been with the New Orleans Saints.
The Baltimore Ravens re-signed running back Jamal Lewis to a three-year contract.
The Buffalo Bills re-signed OL Greg Jerman to a two-year contract worth a reported $1.27 million.
The Miami Dolphins signed cornerback Andre Goodman, who had been with the Detroit Lions, to a three-year contract; signed linebacker Sedrick Hodge, who had been with the New Orleans Saints, to a two-year contract; signed tackle L.J. Shelton, who had been with the Cleveland Browns, to a four-year contract; tendered qualifying offers to safety Yeremiah Bell, tight end Alex Holmes and cornerback Eddie Jackson.
The Washington Redskins signed safety Adam Archuleta, formerly of the St. Louis Rams. The deal reportedly included a $10 million signing bonus.
Unrestricted free agent outside linebacker David Thornton reached a contract agreement with the Tennessee Titans on Monday, a five-year deal worth more than $22 million.