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Eagles will be releasing Trent Cole after both sides could not agree on a revised contract.

Trent Cole's release is scheduled to be made final on Wednesday. The 32-year-old has spent the last 10 seasons in Philly, but will be looking for a new home as the two sides were unable to come to terms on a revised deal.  Analysis: Keith Tro

Raiders have officially released safety Tyvon Branch.

Tyvon Branch was due $5.5M in 2015. The 28-year-old defensive-back was drafted by the Raiders in 2008 and has spent his entire eight-year career in Oakland. Branch has been limited by injuries in recent seasons.  Analysis: Keith Tro

Toronto Argonauts signed former Bengals and Ravens running back Bernard Scott.

Bernard Scott, 31, over five seasons in the NFL, recorded 1,049 yards on 259 carries and two touchdowns. He saw action in just four games over the last two seasons.  Analysis: Keith Tro

Free-agent K Jason Myers signed with the Jaguars.

A graduate of Marist College, Jason Myers connected on 24 of 38 field goal attempts during his time as a collegiate athlete. Josh Scobee handled the place kicking duties with the Jags' last season and is still with the team.  Analysis: Keith Tro

Jameis Winston visited with the Buccaneers Tuesday.

According to reports, The Heisman Trophy winner is in Tampa Bay as part of a three-day visit with the Buccaneers. It seems very likely that Jameis Winston will be the first player off the board in the upcoming NFL Draft. He will have an immediate fantasy impact regardless of which team it is that opts to roll the dice Winston.  Analysis: Keith Tro

Ravens want CB Ladarius Webb to take a pay cut.

Webb is set to count $12 million against the cap, and the Ravens are asking the veteran to take a pay-cut. However, Baltimore is a in tough position because it is already thin in the secondary and Webb is their best player. It won't matter much for your fantasy team, but the Ravens' draft position might drop if the Webb is released and not re-signed. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Colts sign DE Earl Okine.

Okine didn't play in a regular game last season after being released from the Houston Texans. He will play in Indianapolis next season. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Bills could have interest in former Cincinnati tight end Jermaine Gresham.

The Bills are in the marketing with Scott Chandler also a free agent and Gresham was a serviceable option last season in Cincinnati. Bills also need to worry about the quarterback position, which should be priority #1. Analysis: Rob Trayah

Panthers have re-signed defensive tackle Colin Cole to one-year deal.

Cole has been a part of the Carolina line for the past two seasons and will return for another have signing a one-year deal at age 35. Analysis: Rob Trayah

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 Mobile App