The Saints are reportedly trying to trade Curtis Lofton.
Even after they released Pierre Thomas Wednesday the Saints were still well over the salary cap, and trading Lofton would save New Orleans $5.25 million. Only the Raiders had a worse fantasy defense than the Saints last season, and while trading Lofton probably cannot hurt, it certainly will not help, either. Whichever defense gets Lofton will get a slight bump in fantasy value. Analysis: Steve Pimental
Jets will make an effort to re-sign Bilal Powell.
The 26-year old had 33 rushes for 141 yards (4.3 average) and 11 catches for 92 yards along with a touchdown last season, but was not given the opportunity to do much more as he was behind Chris Ivory and Chris Johnson on the depth chart. Should the Jets not add another running back, which is unlikely, Powell would be the complement to Ivory at running back after Johnson's departure. There's a good chance that Powell will be resigned, and though he likely will never be an every down back he can still be quietly productive for the Jets if given touches. Analysis: Ben Diamond