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The Cowboys and Cole Beasley agreed on a four-year deal worth $13.6 million.

Mr. Beasley should be all smiles today after signing his new deal with the Cowboys. The slot receiver played well in 2014 with 37 catches for 420 yards and four touchdowns. The Cowboys will have their core receivers back together in 2015 with Dez Bryant getting the franchised.  Analysis: Drew Phelps

Ryan Tannehill said talks for a contract extension with the Dolphins have not yet begun.

Back in early February, there was a report that the Dolphins were discussing a contract extension that could pay Ryan Tannehill $105 million over seven seasons but that seems to have been put on the back burner. Colin Kaepernick and Andy Dalton signed similar contracts last offseason but only the first one or two seasons are guaranteed. He owns a 66.4 percent completion percentage in 2014 was fifth-best in the NFL. Tannehill turns 27 in July. Analysis: Drew Phelps

Jets have been trying to lower Percy Harvin's salary to keep him.

Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports' said that he "would be shocked" if Percy Harvin agreed to take a cut in pay to stay in New York. Harvin is due a non-guaranteed $10.5 million but the Jets are trying to lower that number. If he does say no like most think, there's a chance the Jets could release Harvin. The New England Patriots have let it be known that they are big fans of the wide receiver and would be a prime candidate to pick him up if he became available.  Analysis: Drew Phelps

Eagles cut cornerback Cary Williams.

Williams would have been an $8.1 million cap hit this season so the Eagles felt it necessary to part ways and save some dough. He'll land on his feet elsewhere. Analysis: Howard Bender

Soon-to-be free-agent RB Stevan Ridley has shown progress in his recovery from knee surgery.

Ridley will likely have to work out for any team interested to ensure that the knee is sound. Not to mention that he can hold onto the ball. Analysis: Howard Bender

Former Packers wide receiver Kevin Dorsey is working out for the Jets Tuesday, according to his agent.

Dorsey had one catch last year for four yards before landing on injured reserve with a broken bone in his foot. He is not considered to be a strong option, so landing on the Jets with a lousy quarterback certainly isn't going to make him better. Analysis: Howard Bender

Colts gave backup QB Matt Hasselbeck a $1 million signing bonus on the new 1-year, $3M deal he signed last week.

It's a nice gesture and certainly an improvement on the team's back-up situation. He won't see much time on the field though unless there's a major injury to Andrew Luck. Analysis: Howard Bender

Ray Rice received $1.588 million from the Baltimore Ravens as part of the settlement in his wrongful termination grievance hearing in January, the Baltimore Sun reported Tuesday, citing sources.

For the Ravens, it's probably the best $1.588 million they've spent just to rid themselves of Rice and the whole situation. Consider the matter with the Ravens closed and look for Rice to start knocking on some doors, looking for work. Analysis: Howard Bender

Randall Cobb is expected to command $12M per season.

That sounds about right. Now it's a matter of whether or not the Packers are going to be able to pay it or if they are going to have to let him walk. Expect the team to make a decision soon. Analysis: Howard Bender

Jets owner Woody Johnson has been involved in serious internal discussions with Jets general manager Mike Maccagnan to make a push for perennial All-Pro cornerback Darrelle Revis if/when he becomes a free agent next week.

Having Revis in your secondary is always a nice advantage but the question remains, now that he's tasted success and has a Super Bowl ring, can he really be happy playing for a rebuilding fiasco like the Jets? They may make a push, but ultimately, he's the one to decide. Analysis: Howard Bender

Brian Hartline will visit the Cleveland Browns Tuesday.

Hartline will take his possession-receiver type game around the NFL to see who is interested. Regardless of where he lands, he'll still likely be a better play in PPR leagues due to the nature of his game and skill-set. Analysis: Howard Bender

Andre Johnson averaged 62.4 yds per game last year, his lowest since 2005. His cap hit for the 2015 season is $16.1M, second among WRs to Calvin Johnson.

Johnson has already asked to be traded or cut and the Texans are happy to oblige. They've given his agent permission to seek a deal and, considering they have already indicated that they want Johnson to play a reduced role next year, the team will happily cut him to save the money. Expect to see Johnson and his ego land somewhere else this offseason. Analysis: Howard Bender

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
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