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Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Former Giants offensive lineman D.J. Fluker is signing with the Seattle Seahawks, per sources. It's a one-year deal. Fluker elevated the Giants running game last year. They averaged over 20 yards more per game on the ground with him in lineup.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

The Bills hosted 15th-year veteran linebacker Karlos Dansby on a free-agent visit, a source told ESPN NFL Insider Field Yates. Dansby, 36, played last season for the Cardinals. He is the third linebacker to visit the Bills this week after Kevin Minter and Will Compton. Buffalo is in search of a middle linebacker after the free-agent departure of Preston Brown.

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The Seahawks hosted former Chiefs DT Bennie Logan and 49ers CB Dontae Johnson on free agent visits, per source.

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Source: the Bills hosted veteran LB Karlos Dansby on a free agent visit. He was back with Arizona for a third tenure in 2017.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

The Colts announced that they've signed center/guard Matt Slauson. He has started 108-of-111 career games while playing for the Chargers, Bears and Jets. The Colts have been in need of offensive line help.

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Titans will host former Florida State DE/OLB Josh Sweat on a predraft visit, per source.

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

The 49ers added some much-needed help at guard on Tuesday, signing Jonathan Cooper to a one-year deal. Cooper is the former No. 7 overall pick of the Arizona Cardinals in the 2013 draft. From a scheme standpoint, Cooper makes sense in coach Kyle Shanahan's outside zone scheme because of his athleticism. GM John Lynch on Cooper: “Having started 27 games in four NFL seasons, Jonathan brings great experience to the interior of our offensive line,” Lynch said. “We look forward to him competing for a starting job at guard, while also bringing a veteran presence to our locker room. Jonathan is a welcome addition to our team.” Cooper will be expected to compete with the likes of Joshua Garnett, Laken Tomlinson and Erik Magnuson for two guard spots.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

The Chiefs signed nose tackle Xavier Williams, a restricted free agent from the Arizona Cardinals. The Cardinals had the right to match the Chiefs' offer but declined. Williams, a Kansas City-area native played in 20 games for the Cardinals over three seasons with two starts. As of now, at least, Williams stand to be the starter in Kansas City. The Chiefs have no other obvious candidate on the roster. Bennie Logan, last year's starter, is an unrestricted free agent.

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

The full Richard Sherman quote on S Eric Reid remaining unsigned in free agency: "We are concerned because he played at a high level just about every year that he's played in this league," Sherman said. "He's made enough plays to be signed with a team and to make his money. He deserves his money. If safeties make a certain amount, I would think he's top five, top 10 safeties in this league so he deserves to be paid accordingly. So there is concern there because you would think a player of his caliber and his quality would be picked up by now. Great teams are still looking and people are still looking for players and I'm praying that he gets picked up but if he doesn't then I think there would be a conversation between the league office and the union on potential legal action."

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Saints LB Demario Davis, formerly of the Jets, spent the day in Albany at the New York State capitol, lobbying lawmakers to support criminal justice reform. He's part of the players' coalition, which is meeting this week with lawmakers in other cities.


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Ndamukong Suh's free-agent tour will continue Wednesday, when he is scheduled to visit the Oakland Raiders, per source.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Morgan Burnett's home is safety but adds he has a ‘toolbox' that allows him to play a hybrid role when needed.


Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

It's a big month for new 49ers CB Richard Sherman. Sherman left the only NFL team he's ever known to join one of its biggest rivals on March 12. He turns 30 on March 30 and will marry his fiancee Ashley on March 28.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Former Michigan fullback Khalid Hill has pre-draft visits set up with the Indianapolis Colts and Seattle Seahawks, according to a source. Hill's pro day is Friday.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

The Giants are $6,155,606 under the salary cap, according to NFLPA records. That is for 73 players and doesn't include the four signings (Mauro, Webb, Latimer and Wynn) from Monday.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Chance to play in Pittsburgh? ‘You can't turn nothing like that down," new Steelers safety Morgan Burnett said.

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

On safety Eric Reid being unsigned at this point, 49ers CB Richard Sherman said "we are concerned (about it). He's made enough plays in this league to be signed with a team and get his money." Sherman said he'd be interested in being the Niners team union rep and indicated that if Reid doesn't get signed, there would need to be legal conversations with the league about it.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Saints LB Demario Davis (right) knows how to handle himself in a board room. Representing the Players' Coalition, Davis speaks passionately about criminal-justice reform — and he's not shy about pressing lawmakers with pointed questions about the issue. He's lobbying at the New York State capitol in Albany.