Mike Gillislee RB BUF 2 hours ago

Gillislee will have some competition for the No. 3 running back role after the Bills picked Jonathan Williams in the fifth round, BuffaloBills.com reports. "He's a big back. He's going to help on special teams," Director of Player Personnel Jim Monos says. "He'll battle with Mike Gillislee."

Competitive Edge Analysis

Gillislee came out of nowhere last season and ended up having a key role with the Bills down the stretch, averaging an eye-popping 5.68 yards per carry while popping off three touchdowns in just five games. Williams, however, was a stud at Arkansas and slipped in the draft only because he was injured for much of his senior season. Perhaps there's room for four backs once you consider LeSean McCoy has a lock on the top spot and Karlos Williams a near lock on the top backup role.

Keyarris Garrett WR CAR 12 hours ago

Garrett signed with the Panthers as an undrafted free agent, ESPN.com reports.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Garrett, like fellow wideouts Kelvin Benjamin and Devin Funchess, is the kind of big bodied receiver that the Panthers seems to covet. At 6'3", 220 pounds, Garrett led the FBS with 1,588 receiving yards on 96 receptions, including eight touchdowns, for Tulsa as a senior last season. Given that production and scheme fit with the Panthers, Garrett could be one to monitor during the preseason.

Jeremy Cash DB CAR 12 hours ago

Cash signed with the Panthers as an undrafted free agent, ESPN.com reports.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Cash finished his college career at nearby Duke University, where he emerged as a safety/linebacker hybrid for the Blue Devils. In fact, after transferring from Ohio State following his freshman season, Cash totaled at least 100 stops in each of his three seasons in Durham. It's possible that Cash could serve as a training camp understudy to last year's first round pick, Shaq Thompson, given their similar playing styles.

Devon Johnson RB CAR 12 hours ago

Johnson signed with the Panthers as an undrafted free agent, ESPN.com reports.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Johnson is a burly running back that began his college career at Marshall by playing tight end. Although a back injury limited him to five games as a senior, Johnson managed nearly 1,800 rushing yards and 17 touchdowns as a junior, and his bruising running style could make him a good fit with the Panthers.

Cordy Glenn BUF 15 hours ago

The Bills have signed Glenn, franchised earlier in the offseason, to a five-year, $65 million deal with $26.5 million guaranteed, The Buffalo News reports.

Competitive Edge Analysis

With Richie Incognito inked for the next three seasons, the Bills and their top-ranked running back now seem set for a while. The team will now look to see if it can lock in Stephon Gilmore and Tyrod Taylor to longer-term deals as well.

Devon Cajuste WR SF 16 hours ago

The 49ers have agreed to terms with undrafted free agent Cajuste, Matt Barrows of the Sacramento Bee reports.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Cajuste had a promising sophomore season at Stanford, recording 642 yards and five touchdowns, but he failed to equal that production in his final two seasons, netting a combined 940 yards and nine touchdowns, which makes it unsurprising that he ultimately went undrafted. Measuring in at 6-foot-4, 234 pounds at the Combine, there was talk that Cajuste may be moved to tight end instead of receiver in the NFL, but it's unclear how the 49ers will use him. In either case, he'll likely be buried on the depth chart, and it'll be an uphill battle for him to make the team's 53-man roster.

Alex Erickson WR CIN 17 hours ago

The Bengals have agreed to terms with undrafted free agent Alex Erickson, the Cincinnati Enquirer reports.

Competitive Edge Analysis

The former walk-on and captain of the Wisconsin Badgers caught 77 passes for 978 yards and three touchdowns as a senior to earn first-team All-Big Ten honors by the media. He wasn't invited to any postseason all-star games, nor the combine, but likely punched his ticket to the NFL with a relatively impressive showing at UW's Pro Day, clocking a 4.44 40-yard dash and 3.88 20-yard shuttle. Erickson has drawn optimistic comparisons to New England's Julian Edelman, and will have an outside chance of making the team due to the Bengals' lack of proven contributors at receiver behind A.J. Green and Brandon LaFell.

Datone Jones DL GB 17 hours ago

Jones did not have his fifth-year option picked up by the Packers, Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.

Competitive Edge Analysis

The Packers took Jones in the first round of the 2013 NFL Draft, but, like all of Green Bay's first-round selections since the CBA was updated in 2011, was deemed unworthy of having his fifth-year option exercised. The decision is fully justified, as Jones has been disappointingly average in his tenure as a Packer thus far and would command a hefty $6.57 million. However, defensive coordinator Dom Capers hasn't written off the UCLA product quite yet. Jones will reportedly shift to an 'elephant linebacker' role in 2016 as a means for him to play both alongside, and in place of, teammate Julius Peppers. Should Jones prove effective in his new role, he may earn a deal similar to that of Green Bay's 2012 first-round pick, Nick Perry, who signed a one-year, $5 million contract after having his own fifth-year option declined a year before.

Nelson Spruce WR LA 19 hours ago

Spruce signed with the Rams as an undrafted free agent on Tuesday, Jack Wang of the Los Angeles Daily News reports.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Spruce followed a monster junior season, 105 receptions for 1,200 yards and 12 touchdowns, with a bit of a down-year in 2015, recording just 84 catches for 942 yards and three touchdowns. Weighing in a 6-foot-1, 206 pounds, Spruce has proved himself to be a reliable option in his time at Colorado, dropping just three passes in his last 288 targets. While he lacks an explosive skill set, he'll look to add depth to a young Rams' receiving corp led by Tavon Austin and Kenny Britt.

PCorey Liuget DL SD 19 hours ago

Liuget is feeling "much better" after he underwent arthroscopic knee surgery in December, Micahel Gehlken of The San Diego Union-Tribune reports.

Competitive Edge Analysis

Liuget had tallied 34 tackles (28 solo) and three sacks before his Week 13 injury against the Broncos. The 26-year-old, who signed a five-year extension prior to last year's training camp, reportedly weighed between 313-315 pounds throughout the 2015 season, but is expecting to cut his weight down to 295 by the season opener. With the Chargers selecting Joey Bosa with the third overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft, Liuget and Bosa could form an impressive duo on the defensive line capable of wreaking havoc on opposing offenses should both players stay healthy.