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Former Australian rugby league start Jarryd Hayne has joined the San Francisco 49ers, agreeing to a reserve-future deal.

This will be an extremely tough transition for the former rugby player. Temper your fantasy expectations as he is no better than the third string running back for the 49ers. Analysis: Colby Conway

Free-agent Jacoby Jones visited the Bengals on Monday.

Jones main value at this point is being part of a team's return game, as he only caught nine passes for the Ravens last season, for a paltry 131 yards. He was cut to save cap room,but should find another home for his kick returning skills. Analysis: Ivar G. Anderson

Texans gave Andre Johnson permission to seek a trade.

Johnson is scheduled to make $16.1 million in 2015, so with his limited production last season, it is no surprise that Houston wants him to move on. He only scored 3 TDs in 2014, and while he hauled in 85 passes, he only accumulated 936 yards. He should catch on with another team who will use his possession skills much better than the rebuilding Texans. Analysis: Ivar G. Anderson

Toby Gerhart is expected to be moved around in 2015 as a H-back, as well as running back.

Expect the Jags to address their running back issues in the draft, as Gerhart is just not panning out as a starting RB. He is better suited to the H-back role, and as a pass catcher out of the backfield. Analysis: Ivar G. Anderson

Titans have released S Bernard Pollard.

Pollard was only able to play in five games last season, going out with an Achilles injury in early October. If he can prove himself healthy this offseason, expect some team to snag him for his hard hitting, high tackle production. Analysis: Ivar G. Anderson

At least four teams are interested in Brian Orakpo. For now, the leaders are believed to be Washington and the Falcons.

Orakpo could be a nice fit for any teams looking for pass rush help due to the fact that he can do it as a standup linebacker or a hand in the dirt defensive end. Considering his injury history, he also might come at a discount.  Analysis: Dom Murtha

Buccaneers are looking to trade OT Anthony Collins.

Teams looking at Collins, most likely do not envision him as a left tackle, the position he is currently playing with the Bucs, as he looked inferior playing the spot this past year. Even if he doesn't get shi[[ed out of town, expect a restructured contract and a move inside. Analysis: Dom Murtha

ESPN’s Adam Schefter said in an interview Monday with Colin Cowherd that Darrelle Revis will become a free agent.

Revis has the decision to make on whether or not he wants to contend for another ring at a lower price with the Pats, or if he wants the big payday from a team that is less likely to contend for a Super Bowl like the Jets or Bills.  Analysis: Dom Murtha

Brandon Mebane (hamstring) has picked up the pace with his rehab.

Brandon Mebane tore his hamstring in early November and had surgery on Nov. 30th. Seattle's Defensive Tackle is expected to be back to 100% at some point in April. Mebane recorded 20 total tackles in nine games with the Seahawks last season.  Analysis: Keith Tro

Steelers announce they've released Lance Moore.

Lance Moore is out after one season with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Moore hauled in just 14 balls for 198 yards and two touchdowns last season, and was pushed even further down on the depth chart with the emergence of Martavis Bryant.  Analysis: Keith Tro

Giants have released J.D Walton.

JD Walton's release creates an opening for Center Weston Richburg, the Giants' second-round draft choice last year. Analysis: Keith Tro

Lions announce they've re-signed backup QB Dan Orlovsky to a one-year deal.

Dan Orlovsky, 31, will be backing-up Matthew Stafford for another season in Detroit. He didn't see any action last season, and hasn't thrown a pass in a regular season game since 2012.  Analysis: Keith Tro

Eagles have signed former Packers ILB Brad Jones year a two-year deal.

Now a Philadelphia Eagle, Brad Jones spent the last six seasons with the Green Bay Packers. In 2014, Jones tallied 18 total tackles across 13 games - starting in one. Analysis: Keith Tro

Former Packers linebacker Brad Jones recently paid a free agency visit to the Titans, per a source.

Linebacker Brad Jones has spent six seasons in the NFL, all of which came with the Green Bay Packers. In 2014, Jones tallied 18 total tackles across 13 games.  Analysis: Keith Tro

As expected, Buccaneers have tendered contract to exclusive-rights free agent LB Danny Lansanah.

Danny Lansanah, 29, played in 16 games last season (starting 11), logging 82 total tackles, 1.5 sacks and three interceptions for the Bucs'. He will be restricted free agent in 2016. Analysis: Keith Tro Mobile App