Jason Hatcher DL DAL 1 Hr
Free agent DT Jason Hatcher will visit the Seahawks this week.
It's unclear if it will be Hatcher's first visit of free agency. He's our No. 3 free-agent defensive tackle available, behind Henry Melton and B.J. Raji. Hatcher will turn 32 this summer and is looking to cash in coming off a career-year.
DeMarcus Ware DL DAL 1 Hr
The Dallas Morning News reports the Cowboys and free agent DeMarcus Ware have both left the door open for a new deal.
According to reporter David Moore, Ware will give the Cowboys a chance to match before he signs an offer in free agency. "DeMarcus and I agreed on an understanding that would allow him to explore the options he will have for the 2014 season and beyond," owner Jerry Jones said. "We were also in very strong agreement that playing for the Dallas Cowboys would be one of the options we would both be exploring." Ware has reportedly already received calls from "six playoff teams."
Darren Sproles RB NO 1 Hr
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the Saints are no longer planning to release Darren Sproles, and now plan to trade him "due to heavy interest."
Very well then. We had yet to mark Sproles as a free agent for bookkeeping purposes, but he seemed as good as gone from New Orleans. There wouldn't seem to be much trade interest in a 31-year-old gadget running back, but in a world where Blaine Gabbert fetches a sixth-rounder, anything is possible. Sproles' $3.4 million salary is relatively modest. He'd improve a lot of backfields.
Henry Melton DL CHI 2 Hrs
The Cowboys' official website reports the team is targeting free agent DT Henry Melton, and that there's "lots of mutual interest."
According to writer Jeff Sullivan, a deal "could happen quickly." The Cowboys are desperately thin along their defensive line, and have made Dallas-native Melton their top target. Melton hasn't been linked to any other teams.
Knowshon Moreno RB DEN 2 Hrs
The Broncos have reportedly had no negotiations with free agent Knowshon Moreno.
Moreno is going to shop his breakout 2013 campaign on the open market. Of course, there's not going to be very much demand for a player that was a bust until going nuts in a Peyton Manning offense. If Moreno is disappointed with his offers, he could come crawling back to the Broncos.