Ifeanyi Momah has signed a one-year deal with the Cardinals
Momah is quite the project, although comes with one of the most gifted bodies that any receiver has ever had. At 6'7" 240 lbs, Momah has incredible measurables that would allow him to thrive either on the outside or inside as a flex tight end option. This however, is not a declaration that Momah will be a pro bowler next season, it is just based off potential alone. Hopefully the Arizona coaching staff can tap that potential because the sky appears to be the limit for the giant target... Just a lot of work to do. Analysis: Dom Murtha
The Chiefs hosted WR Brandon Tate for a visit.
Tate would be brought in as one of the Chiefs top wideouts believe it or not, but would not be a factor in the return game due to the already established DeAnthony Thomas and Knile Davis. Even if Tate does sign with the Chiefs, don't expect him to be a fantasy option so long Alex Smith is at the helm. Analysis: Dom Murtha
Demaryius Thomas won't participate in Broncos' offseason workouts.
Thomas will not participate in Peyton Manning's annual Duke University passing academy or join Broncos teammates for the offseason program as he believes the risk of injury in May or June is too high. What it is, is a tactic used by players who have been hit by the franchise tag and are trying to gain leverage in negotiations down the road. While Thomas' fantasy owners are okay with the decision, it could create an internal rift and cause distractions. Analysis: Howard Bender
LB Rolando McClain is visiting the Patriots Monday.
He recorded 81 tackles, one sack, two interceptions and one forced fumble over 13 games for the Cowboys last year. This season, though, he will be facing a four-game suspension for violating the league's substance abuse policy. We'll see what Bill Belichick thinks about him to see if he's worth the wait. Analysis: Howard Bender
Panthers signed RB Jordan Todman to a 1-year deal.
You would think a team with Denard Robinson and Toby Gerhart at the top of their running back depth chart would want to hold onto any running back. Jordan Todman was felt to be expendable by Jacksonville. Todman will battle for a spot in the Panthers backfield behind Jonathan Stewart. He will also have a chance to be the primary kick returner. Analysis: Drew Phelps