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Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Free-agent offensive tackle Cameron Fleming is scheduled to visit the Cowboys early this week, according to ESPN Cowboys reporter Todd Archer. Fleming has been a valuable backup since being selected in the fourth round of the 2014 draft out of Stanford, stepping in as a starter for 20 regular-season games. The Cowboys could be looking at Fleming as a starting right tackle, which would allow them to move La'el Collins back to left guard. In New England, Fleming would project to compete for a starting role at left tackle, as the team's right tackle spot is locked down by Marcus Cannon (who previously struggled when moved to left tackle).

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cowboys are scheduled to meet with free-agent right tackle Cameron Fleming, according to sources. Fleming started 27 of 40 games for New England, including Super Bowl XLII. If he signs, the Cowboys could consider moving La'el Collins back to left guard, which would strengthen their positioning up the middle with Travis Frederick and Zack Martin.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

The Bills are schedule to host free-agent center Russell Bodine on a visit, a source confirmed Sunday. Bodine, 25, started the past four seasons for Cincinnati. His visit means the Bills might not give backup Ryan Groy by default the starting job formerly held by Eric Wood. NFL Network first reported Bodine's visit.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

The signing of inside linebacker Jon Bostic to a two-year contract, which the Steelers announced and ESPN's Adam Schefter earlier reported, gives the Steelers a starting option at a position of need. Bostic is on his fourth team since 2015, so this might be a stopgap situation. But the team couldn't sit idle after the loss of Ryan Shazier to a spinal injury.

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

The Eagles cut Vinny Curry on Friday, which was expected, due to his cap cost and the trade for Michael Bennett. Plus, $5 million of Curry's $9 million base salary was guaranteed Sunday (today). Robert Ayers was due a $1 million roster bonus on Sunday (today). Timing is everything.

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."