Henry Melton DL CHI 18 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 18 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.
Emmanuel Sanders WR PIT 18 Hrs
The Baltimore Sun reports the Ravens have a "high opinion" of free agent Emmanuel Sanders.
Per reporter Aaron Wilson, the team has yet to reach out, however. Wilson believes the Ravens' level of interest will depend on Sanders' price. The Ravens have been connected to most of the market's top receivers, and are clearly focused on finding the replacement for Anquan Boldin they never found in 2013. Sanders has also been linked to the Browns, Lions, Patriots and Jets.
Willie Young DL DET 18 Hrs
Free agent DE Willie Young is visiting the Jaguars.
The Lions were high on Young the past few seasons, but he registered just six sacks across his last 46 games. He started 15 games mostly at left end last season and generated an impressive 48 hurries, which was third-most among 4-3 ends. Disruption is production. Young could flourish under coach Gus Bradley.
Eric Decker WR DEN 18 Hrs
NFL Network suggests the Colts, Browns, Texans and Lions as possible landing spots for free agent Eric Decker.
It's been eerily quiet on the Decker front through three hours of free agency as teams have prioritized help on the offensive and defensive lines. It doesn't mean Decker won't get paid. He remains the No. 1 wideout available, and all four of these teams are desperate for No. 2 options. Decker's market will heat up.
Darren McFadden RB OAK 18 Hrs
Updating an earlier item, Darren McFadden's new one-year deal with the Raiders is worth $1.75 million, with another $2.25 million available through incentives.
So it's worth up to $4 million, and not $4 million flat. It's a much more realistic number considering DMC's recent production. The fact that McFadden signed such a bargain-basement deal only hours into free agency is an indiction he generated zero buzz during the league's legal-tampering period. In theory, it's a good deal for the Raiders, but a change of scenery would have done both sides well.