- According to Ryan O’Halloran, the Jaguars did not offer a contract extension to free agent S Johnathan Cyprien.
- Jason La Canfora reports that the Jets continue to “keep tabs” on free agent QB Jay Cutler and a visit is still a possibility.
- Jordan Schultz reports that the Seahawks have a “big pitch” planned for free agent G T.J. Lang‘s visit today.
- Aaron Wilson says the Texans could use a veteran safety like veteran free agent Lardarius Webb.
- According to Mike Klis, the Broncos are still in the market for a defensive end, defensive tackle, and up to two offensive tackles.
- Troy E. Renck writes that the Broncos are looking for a defensive lineman to stop the run and have been connected to Giants free agent DT Johnathan Hankins. However, Renck isn’t sure about the team’s level of interest in him right now.
- Free agent G T.J. Lang will not visit the Broncos now that the team has signed G Ronald Leary, according to Mike Klis.
- Nicki Jhabvala notes that Broncos RT Donald Stephenson‘s $4 million salary for 2017 becomes fully guaranteed on Monday if he is still on the team’s roster.
- Recently acquired Chargers OT Russell Okung said he also had interest from the Broncos, Bears, Vikings, Jets, Seahawks.
- Jordan Schultz reports the Dolphins are “ecstatic” to acquire DE William Hayes from the Rams in exchange for a sixth-round pick.
- Armando Salguero says that recently acquired LB Lawrence Timmons will likely play middle linebacker for the Dolphin, which will likely push Kiko Alonso to weakside outside linebacker.
Former Lions LB DeAndre Levy said he was not completely recovered from his knee injury when he returned to the lineup in Week 14 and that he had to change his approach when playing.
“It was forcing myself to be patient and be a little bit more cerebral about my approach to training and preparing,” Levy said, via Michael Rothstein of ESPN. “Kind of doing it a different way so I could end the season where I couldn’t maybe punch a lineman how I needed to. I needed to find different ways, different angles.”