Chris Clemons DL SEA 8 Hrs
NFL Network's Albert Breer reports that "if everything goes to plan," the Jaguars will sign DE Chris Clemons to a "multi-year" contract.
After being released by Seattle earlier Wednesday, Clemons is on his way to Jacksonville to visit his old coach Gus Bradley. The two sides should have no issues hammering out a deal, as long as Clemons' knee checks out. Bradley is the big draw for the Jaguars. Clemons has 38 sacks the past four seasons.
Akeem Jordan LB KC 8 Hrs
Free agent ILB Akeem Jordan will visit the Titans on Monday.
Jordan appeared in all 16 games, starting ten, in his lone season with the Chiefs. The 28-year-old is a two-down linebacker who doesn't create plays. He has just four career forced fumbles and two interceptions across seven seasons.
Chris Clemons DL SEA 9 Hrs
Free agent DE Chris Clemons will visit the Jaguars.
Per NFL.com's Ian Rapoport, there's "lots of mutual interest there." Clemons played for Jaguars coach Gus Bradley in Seattle, and would keep the 'Hawks-to-Jags pipeline going steady. Clemons turns 33 in October, but still has some pass-rushing juice left in the tank.
Mike Neal LB GB 9 Hrs
Packers re-signed DE/OLB Mike Neal to a two-year contract.
Neal announced the two-year agreement on his Twitter account. Neal was being courted by the Cardinals, among others, but is staying in Green Bay. The soon-to-be 27-year-old can play outside linebacker, defensive end, and rush the passer from the interior in the Packers' 3-4 scheme. He led the team with 37 quarterback hurries last season. Neal will line up opposite Clay Matthews.
Tony McDaniel DL SEA 9 Hrs
Seahawks re-signed DT Tony McDaniel to a two-year contract.
The deal is worth a "max" of $6.3 million. McDaniel was drawing interest from the Cowboys, but has opted to stay with the world champions. McDaniel started 15-of-16 games last season, ringing up 53 tackles and two sacks while swallowing up the run. He'll return as an early-down thumper.
Josh McCown QB TB 9 Hrs
Asked if Josh McCown would be his quarterback for the 2014 season, Bucs coach Lovie Smith replied "yes, he is."
There isn't going to be any competition with second-year pro Mike Glennon. Turning the keys over to a 34-year-old veteran who's made seven starts since 2007 isn't exactly an orthodox move, but the Bucs are going all in on 2014. Smith has never had much patience for young players, and Glennon cratered down the stretch as a rookie after getting off to a promising start. There's still a high-percentage chance Glennon makes starts this season, however.