The Miami Dolphins have placed the transition tag on tight end Charles Clay.
The NFL salary cap has increased more than $10 million to $143.28 million per team, the league and the players union said Monday.
The Dallas Cowboys have slapped the franchise tag on wide receiver Dez Bryant.
The Miami Dolphins released cornerback Cortland Finnegan on Monday.
The Denver Broncos have placed their franchise tag on Demaryius Thomas.
The Kansas City Chiefs will reportedly use their franchise designation on NFL sack leader Justin Houston.
The Denver Broncos will place their franchise tag on Demaryius Thomas, according to both ESPN and NFL.com.
The Detroit Lions apparently won't place their franchise tag on defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh.
The Cleveland Browns have agreed to terms with quarterback Josh McCown, the team announced on Friday.
The Arizona Cardinals released veteran defensive tackle Darnell Dockett on Friday.
The Washington Redskins parted ways with a pair of high-priced defensive linemen Friday, releasing nose tackle Barry Cofield and defensive end Stephen Bowen.
The Cincinnati Bengals terminated the contracts of defensive end Robert Geathers and wide receiver Greg Little on Friday, and both players have become free agents.
The Minnesota Vikings have released offensive lineman Charlie Johnson.
The Atlanta Falcons have released wide receiver Harry Douglas and guard Justin Blalock.
The Philadelphia Eagles have officially parted ways with veteran offensive tackle Todd Herremans.
The Baltimore Ravens have cut ties with defensive end Chris Canty, terminating the veteran's contract on Friday.
The Chicago Bears signed tight end Zach Miller to a one-year contract extension on Friday.
The Miami Dolphins have released wide receivers Brian Hartline and Brandon Gibson in salary cap maneuvers.
Matt Hasselbeck will be back with the Indianapolis Colts for a 17th NFL season in 2015, as the team announced it has agreed to terms with the veteran quarterback on a one-year contract extension.
The Atlanta Falcons released veteran running back Steven Jackson on Thursday.
The Rams released defensive tackle Kendall Langford Thursday, a move that will save the team $6 million toward next season's salary cap.
David Doty continued to be a thorn in the NFL's side Thursday, vacating an arbitration ruling that went against suspended Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson.
Veteran cornerback Will Blackmon was released by the Jacksonville Jaguars Thursday.
The Arizona Cardinals have re-signed offensive tackle Bradley Sowell to a one-year contract, the team announced Thursday.
The Kansas City Chiefs announced on Thursday that tight end Anthony Fasano has been released.
A federal judge on Thursday overturned an appeal ruling made against suspended Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson, potentially opening the door for him to be reinstated earlier than expected.
Adrian Peterson has been reinstated after a judge on Thursday overturned the league's suspension of the Minnesota Vikings running back.
Tennessee Titans offensive tackle Michael Roos announced his retirement Thursday.
The Chicago Bears announced a two- year contract extension for cornerback Demontre Hurst on Wednesday.
The Atlanta Falcons signed kicker Matt Bryant to a contract extension on Wednesday.
The Detroit Lions released Reggie Bush on Wednesday.
The Green Bay Packers released linebacker A.J. Hawk on Wednesday after a nine-year tenure with the team.
The Baltimore Ravens released wide receiver and return man Jacoby Jones on Wednesday.
The New York Giants released running back Peyton Hillis on Wednesday.
The New York Giants released veteran defensive end Mathias Kiwanuka on Tuesday.
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The Arizona Cardinals released wide receiver and return specialist Ted Ginn, Jr. on Monday.
DeAngelo Williams says he's being released by the Carolina Panthers after nine seasons.
The Indianapolis Colts released defensive tackle Ricky Jean Francois on Monday.
The Arizona Cardinals reached agreements on contract extensions with head coach Bruce Arians and general manager Steve Keim on Monday.
The San Diego Chargers announced Friday that the team and left tackle King Dunlap agreed to a four-year contract.
The Green Bay Packers released linebacker Brad Jones Friday after a six-year tenure with the team.
Jameis Winston told reporters that he will take part in throwing drills during Saturday's NFL Combine amidst reports that the 2013 Heisman Trophy winner is dealing with discomfort in his shoulder.
The Cincinnati Bengals terminated the contract of guard Mike Pollak on Friday.
Exactly one Division III player was invited to the NFL Scouting Combine and Hobart offensive lineman Ali Marpet flashed why on Friday.
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The San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders are each exploring possible relocation options in Los Angeles.
The Philadelphia Eagles released tight end James Casey on Thursday.
Cleveland Browns general manager Ray Farmer has admitted his mistakes in the texting scandal that could land the team in hot water with the NFL.
Washington Redskins coach Jay Gruden said during Wednesday's combine press conference that he anticipates Robert Griffin III being the starting quarterback heading into the 2015 season.