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Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets are planning to sign former Chiefs backup ILB Kevin Pierre Louis, a source confirmed. (First reported by Draft Diamonds.) He's a coverage linebacker who can play in sub packages and on special teams. He's seen as a potential complement to new MLB Avery Williamson, who is a first- and second-down linebacker. The Jets were looking for linebacker depth. Pierre Louis was arrested in January for misdemeanor marijuana possession.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Defensive lineman Johnathan Hankins will visit the Redskins, per multiple sources. Hankins was released by Indianapolis earlier Saturday afternoon. The Redskins have been reluctant to spend big on the defensive line, but if they did it would be for a younger lineman. Hankins is 25. He signed a three-year deal with the Colts last offseason.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Free agent corner Orlando Scandrick, who will visit the Redskins Monday, offers another alternative at corner because of his versatility. He can play the slot, too. The Redskins have been talking to Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie about playing in Washington, but he recently told ESPN's Josina Anderson that he would wait until April to make a decision. Scandrick asked for his release from Dallas last week.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Orlando Scandrick will visit Washington in Sunday, the first of what could be a number of trips, according to a source. The Cowboys released Scandrick Saturday, a move that saved them $3 million against the cap.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

New Browns quarterback Tyrod Taylor said it will be fun to play the Ravens twice a year because his career began in Baltimore. "I look forward to playing the Ravens as well as the other teams in the division," said Taylor, a backup for the Ravens for four seasons.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Wide receiver Anquan Boldin said he doesn't dwell on Ravens trading him after the Super Bowl triumph, although he wished he could've finished his career in Baltimore. "I felt like I was brought here to do a job and I did that job," Boldin said at Torrey Smith's charity basketball game. "Whatever decision they made after that, it was on them."

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Steelers hosting Patriots special teams ace Matthew Slater for a visit, per ESPN Insider Field Yates. Seven-time Pro Bowler would upgrade a Pittsburgh special teams unit that released former captain Robert Golden last week.

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Ndamukong Suh has ended his visit with the Saints and plans to visit the Titans next, as Yahoo Sports' Jordan Schultz first reported. That doesn't necessarily mean the Saints' pursuit of the free agent DT is over, since their meeting was expected to be more of a feeling-out session for both sides, rather than an all-out recruiting mission. But it's obviously even less of a sure thing than it was before.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Wide receiver Anquan Boldin said Ravens are getting a very competitive player in Michael Crabtree, who signed a three-year deal with Baltimore on Friday. I think he'll be a reliable receiver for Joe," Boldin said at Torrey Smith's charity basketball event. Boldin played two seasons with Crabtree in San Francisco.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Wide receiver Anquan Boldin said he hasn't made a decision on whether he plans to continue playing. Boldin was removed from the Bills' retired-reserve list which makes him a feee agent. "I still work out every day," Boldin said at Torrey Smith's basketball event. "If I wanted to (play), I could."

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

At his charity basketball event, ex-Eagles wide receiver Torrey Smith said his former team is taking full of advantage of paying a quarterback on a rookie deal. "When Carson (Wentz's) time comes, they're going to need a Brinks truck the size of this arena," Smith said with a smile.

Adam Caplan @caplannfl

Curry will be given more of a chance to be a pass rusher with the Buccaneers. Became more of a run defender with Schwartz last 2 seasons.

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

Source tells me Vinny Curry is heading to the Bucs on a three-year deal for up to $27 million with $11.5 million injury guarantee.

Malinda Adams ESPN Producer 

Pittsburgh Steeler Ryan Shazier enjoys watching March Madness too. He is enjoying the Duke vs Rhode Island game.