Report: Tyvon Branch scheduled to meet with Redskins
Free agent safety
The 28-year-old Branch has played seven seasons in the NFL -- all with the Raiders. However, due to injuries, he has only played in five games the last two seasons.
Branch has totaled 476 tackles, 20 passes defensed and four interceptions in his career.
Report: DA will not pursue charges against Ray McDonald
McDonald was facing a sexual assault allegation. The
Report: Seahawks could make a run at CB Tramon Williams
Williams rejected a two-year contract worth $8 million from the Packers earlier this offseason, according to a source. He is seeking a three-to-four-year contract with more guaranteed money. Last season, he totaled 71 tackles and added three interceptions, tied for a team high.
Report: Packers not ruling out bringing A.J. Hawk back
The Packers released Hawk on Feb. 25, but the team has left open the possibility of his return. Hawk, 31, recently underwent ankle surgery, but intends to play in 2015.
Reports: Buccaneers to re-sign cornerback Mike Jenkins
The contract is a one-year deal. Jenkins missed all, but one game in 2014 after suffering a pectoral injury.
Report: Cornerback Cary Williams to visit Seahawks
Williams was recently released by the Eagles after starting 32 games over the last two seasons for the team. In 2014, he totaled 60 tackles and two interceptions.
Lions LB Stephen Tulloch: I will be back in Detroit in 2015
"Lets put all the questions and speculations to rest. I will be back in Detroit for my 10th season this year," Tulloch wrote. "I appreciate the Lions organization for believing in me and having the confidence that I'll be back to the player that I've always been. Trust and know I grind hard everyday and will hit the field running when its time to suit up."
Tulloch spent five years with the Titans prior to joining the Lions in 2011. He played in only three games last year after tearing his ACL while celebrating a sack of Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
Chargers CB Brandon Flowers: I would love to stay in San Diego
“We’re in negotiations right now, and hopefully we can get something done,” Flowers said. “But free agency is right around the corner. We’ll see how that all plays out. Business is business, but I would love to stay in San Diego.
"To me it’s very enjoyable because if I stay in San Diego, it’s a place I loved stepping in from Day 1. It’s a nice place to live, and with a quarterback like Philip Rivers, you always have a chance. And if I’m not able to go back, I’m going to the free agency market.”
Chargers general manager Tom Telesco said the two sides are talking.
“We’ve been in communication with his agent and with Brandon,” Telesco told XTRA 1360 Fox Sports radio last week. “And we’ll see where it goes with them.”
The 29-year-old Flowers had 52 tackles and led the team with three interceptions in 2014 -- his only season with San Diego after playing the previous six seasons with the Chiefs.
Broncos announce restructuring of Peyton Manning's contract
"We're glad to work something out with Peyton so that he will be part of our team this season," Broncos executive vice president and general manager John Elway said.
Manning reportedly took a pay cut from $19 million to $15 million for the 2015 season. By announcing the signing, it appears Manning passed his required physical, which was scheduled for Thursday.
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