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Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

The one-year deal OT Marshall Newhouse signed with the Bills is worth $1.5 million with $500,000 guaranteed, and a $1.75 million salary cap number. He received a $1 million base salary, a $500,000 signing bonus and has a $250,000 likely-to-be-earned incentive based on playing time.

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Titans addition of former Bucs G/T Kevin Pamphile should provide a legitimate competitor to incumbent Quinton Spain at LG. He could also provide insurance for Titans RT Jack Conklin, who is coming off a late-season torn ACL. Titans GM Jon Robinson was part of Bucs front office that drafted him.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

The Rams added some needed depth at inside linebacker by signing Ramik Wilson, who could conceivably compete with Cory Littleton for a starting spot alongside Mark Barron. Wilson, 6-foot-2 and 237 pounds, was a restricted free agent who was not tendered by the Chiefs and got a one-year deal from the Rams. He had 111 tackles and 4 fumble recoveries in three seasons.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cardinals will begin their offseason strength and conditioning program on April 3, a day after the NFL allows teams with new head coaches to begin their offseason programs. Arizona will also hold a voluntary veteran minicamp on April 17-19 and a rookie minicamp May 11-13. OTAs will take place May 15-17, 22-24, June 4-5 and 7-8. Minicamp will be June 12-14.

Brady Henderson ESPN 

Safety Maurice Alexander's one-year deal with the Seahawks is worth up to $880,000, according to ESPN's Roster Management System. Alexander got a $50,000 signing bonus, which is the only guaranteed money in the deal. His base salary is $790,000. That's the league minimum for a player with his amount of service time -- four credited seasons. Alexander gets a $40,000 bonus if he's on Seattle's 53-man roster in Week 1.

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

Source tells me that Tampa Bay Buccaneers free agent guard/tackle Kevin Pamphile will sign a one-year deal with the Tennessee Titans. They really like his versatility -- he's started 33 games and can play five positions, but guard is really his carved-out position.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Mike Wallace's departure from Ravens was likely sealed after his drops in last season's crushing finale. Baltimore coach John Harbaugh has repeatedly talked this offseason about getting receivers who can catch the ball. The Ravens then signed John Brown, a younger deep threat who has shown better hands than Wallace over his career.

Adam Caplan @caplannfl

Best available UFA WRs: T. Pryor, Hurns, Maclin, J. Matthews, K. Wright, Decker, M. Floyd, K. Aiken, D. Inman, B. Butler

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

The Eagles needed a deep threat after trading WR Torrey Smith to Carolina, and got one by signing Mike Wallace. It's a one-year deal worth up to $4 million, per Adam Schefter. Wallace had 52 catches for 748 yards with 4 TDs for the Ravens last season, and has 115 catches of 20-plus yards over nine seasons. He'll compete with Mack Hollins for snaps on the outside opposite Alshon Jeffery.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Wide receiver Mike Wallace will bring big-play ability to the Eagles. In his two seasons with the Ravens, Wallace totaled an NFL-leading eight catches of 50 or more yards. No one else in the league had more than six.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Wide receiver Mike Wallace, who signed with the Eagles on Thursday, was underappreciated during his time in Baltimore. In his two years with the Ravens, Wallace totaled a team-best 1,765 yards receiving. No other Ravens player had more than 800 yards receiving over that span.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Receiver Jordan Matthews is visiting the Packers, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Matthews caught 25 passes for 282 yards and one touchdown last year in his only season with the Bills after he was traded by the Eagles, who drafted him No. 42 overall in 2014. His best season was 2015, when he caught 85 passes for 997 yards and eight touchdowns.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens general manager Ozzie Newsome is following through with his vow of revamping the team's wide receiver group. With Mike Wallace signing with Eagles and Jeremy Maclin getting cut, the Ravens parted ways with two players who produced 68.5 percent of the team's receiving yards for wide receivers last season. Baltimore has signed Michael Crabtree and John Brown in free agency.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

And that makes in four quarterbacks on the Raiders roster with starter Derek Carr and backups Connor Cook, Josh Johnson, who was signed over the weekend, and Manuel. Given the fact that Manuel beat out Cook to be Oakland's No. 2 QB last year and started a game in place of the injured Carr, you'd figure that he should have a leg up on the March.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets have concluded a visit with Bills free-agent CB E.J. Gaines, the team announced. Their interest in Gaines sparks two thoughts: It signals that Buster Skrine ($8.5M cap) could be in trouble. Gaines isn't a great position /scheme fit. He comes from a zone-based system and hasn't played the slot since 2014, his rookie year with the Rams. He's also visiting the Browns.

Field Yates @FieldYates

The Cardinals claimed former Texans and Steelers WR Cobi Hamilton off of waivers, per source.

Brady Henderson ESPN 

The trade the Seahawks made this week to acquire cornerback C.J. Smith from the Browns has been nullified, a source tells ESPN's Field Yates. There's no impact on the Seahawks' 2018 draft because they had agreed to give Cleveland only a 2020 conditional seventh-round pick for Smith.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Tramon Williams is on his way to Green Bay for a visit that is expected to lead to a reunion between the two sides. Former Packer James Jones, now working for NFL Network, reported that the Packers will sign the veteran cornerback to a two-year deal. Williams, 35, spent eight years with the Packers but played two seasons for the Browns and last year for the Cardinals.