Unsurprisingly, the bloodletting of highly paid veterans is continuing today, first with Pittsburgh's release of former DPOY James Harrison. It remains to be seen which teams will be interested in signing Harrison; Ted had suggested Houston as a possibility, while Khaled Elsayed thinks Indy, Arizona, and Cleveland would be well-served to consider him.
WR Anquan Boldin, who had 22 catches and four touchdowns during Baltimore's postseason run, is likely the next big name to become available, as he has reportedly turned down the Ravens' request for a pay cut.
DE Elvis Dumervil appears likely to join that list, and the Broncos are said to be one of several teams scouring the DE market in advance of that decision.
Buffalo agreed with CB Leodis McKelvin on a new four-year deal.
Pittsburgh placed low tenders on NT Steve McClendon, RB Isaac Redman, and RB Jonathan Dwyer.
Washington agreed to a new three-year deal with TE Logan Paulsen.
Arizona will release WR Early Doucet.
Arizona and Detroit are said to be pursuing former Dolphins RB Reggie Bush.
Updated 5:38pm ET