09 Mar 2013
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Jaguars release S Dawan Landry and CB Aaron Ross.
Panthers release CB Chris Gamble.
Cardinals release S Adrian Wilson
Bengals re-sign P Kevin Huber.
Dolphins re-sign WR Brian Hartline to five-year deal.
Atlanta agrees to new five-year, $30 million deal with S William Moore.
Pittsburgh to part ways with LB James Harrison.
Arizona releases WR Early Doucet
Kansas City signs CB Dunta Robinson to three-year pact.
RB LeGarrette Blount re-signs with Tampa Bay.
Washington re-signs FB Darrel Young and TE Logan Paulsen to multi-year deals.
New Orleans re-signs DE Junior Gallette to three-year contract.
Buffalo re-signs CB Leodis McKelvin to four-year deal.
San Diego re-ups LS Mike Windt to four-year contract.
Washington re-signs LB Rob Jackson to a one-year deal.
Atlanta re-signs OL Garrett Reynolds to a two-year contract.
Washington agrees to terms with LS Nick Sundberg on four-year deal.
San Diego re-signs K Nick Novak to four-year contract.
Cincinnati re-signs K Mike Nugent to a two-year contract.
Giants reportedly agree to three-year deal with DT Cullen Jenkins.
Bengals re-sign DE Wallace Gilberry to three-year deal.
Rams release S Quintin Mikell.
Washington releases CB DeAngelo Hall.
St. Louis re-signs DT Jermelle Cudjo to two-year deal.
Denver re-signs S David Bruton to three-year deal.
San Francisco re-signs DT Ian Williams to two-year deal.
Dallas releases LB Dan Connor.
Steelers re-sign G Ramon Foster to three-year contract.
Arizona releases RB Beanie Wells.
Denver releases LB D.J. Williams.
Jets sign QB David Garrard.
Arizona re-signs S Rashad Johnson to three-year deal.
G Steve Hutchinson retires.
Jets release NT Sione Pouha.
Panthers release LB James Anderson.
Chargers release DL Antonio Garay.
Chargers release TE Randy McMichael.
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