Jul 1 2015 - Wayne Hunter, T Wayne Hunter was signed by the Bills Wednesday (July 1). The 6-foot-5, 318-pound Hawaii product originally entered the league in 2003 as a third-round pick of the Seattle Seahawks.
Hunter has appeared in 77 games (25 starts) with the bulk of his experience coming with the New York Jets from 2008 to 2011. He last played with the St. Louis Rams in the 2012 season.
Jun 30 2015 - Jeris Pendleton, DT Jeris Pendleton, who wasn't tendered as a resticted free agent by the Colts at the beginning of free agency in March, was re-signed by the Colts Tuesday (June 30). Pendleton spent the entire 2014 season on injured reserve.
Jun 30 2015 - Jeris Pendleton, DT Jeris Pendleton, who wasn't tendered as a resticted free agent by the Colts at the beginning of free agency in March, was re-signed by the Colts Tuesday (June 30).
Jun 29 2015 - Chris Boyd, WR Chris Boyd, who was placed on reserve/injured by the Cowboys on May 27, was waived with an injury settlement by the team Monday (June 29).
Jun 29 2015 - Cole Manhart, G Cole Manhart, who had been signed as an undrafted free agent by the Eagles on May 8, was waived by the team Monday (June 29).
Jun 29 2015 - John Moffitt, G John Moffitt signed a one-year contract with the Eagles Monday (June 29).
Moffitt, who abruptly retired from the NFL in 2013 at age 27, recently said he is planning to make a comeback after battling drug issues.
The Denver Broncos, who still owned his rights, waived Moffitt from the reserve/retired list on June 17.
Moffitt, drafted in the third round by the Seattle Seahawks in 2011, started 15 games for the Seahawks before being traded to the Broncos in August 2013. He played in two games for Denver before suddenly retiring.
In March 2014, Moffitt was charged with assault and possession of marijuana, cocaine and ecstasy while at a Chicago nightclub. While with the Seahawks, Moffitt had pleaded guilty to misdemeanor disorderly conduct after being accused of urinating in public and criminal trespass.
Moffitt had been training with FOX Sports' Jay Glazer, who operates an MMA-style facility in Los Angeles.
"I have never been so proud of a guy I've trained than I am of John Moffitt," Glazer wrote on Twitter on June 17. "Retired two years ago (because) he knew he had drug issues, took time to go to rehab, clean up his life, beat his demons and he has taken his life back! Guy inspires us every day. He came to me three months ago to train to take his career back. He's become the favorite of every player in our gym. He officially unretired today. Free agent starting guard. So proud of him to get here."
Jun 29 2015 - Kenneth Penny, CB Kenneth Penny was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Chiefs on June 18.
Jun 24 2015 - Keith Wenning, QB Keith Wenning was signed by the Bengals Wednesday (June 24). Wenning (6-2, 223; Ball State) was a sixth-round draft pick of the Baltimore Ravens in the 2014 draft. He spent his entire rookie season on the Ravens' practice squad, then signed to the Ravens' offseason roster on Jan. 12. He was waived by the Ravens on May 12.
Jun 23 2015 - Bryan Johnson, DE Bryan Johnson was waived by the Bills Tuesday (June 23). Johnson was an undrafted free agent out of West Texas A&M who spent most of the 2014 season on the Bills practice squad.
Jun 22 2015 - Chris Ogbonnaya, RB Chris Ogbonnaya announced his retirement Friday (June 19). Ogbonnaya made the announcement on his Instagram page.
"From no football, to Strake Jesuit, to Texas, and then to the NFL, it has been a pleasantly surprising ride," he wrote. "It is with great thankfulness to God and appreciation of my family, coaches, and fans that I announce my retirement from football. It has been an absolute privilege to play this game that I love, and I look forward to my continued involvement in the future."
Ogbonnaya played on special teams in the New York Giants' final two games last season. The Giants terminated his contract in May.
Ogbonnaya played five games last season with the Carolina Panthers, rushing for 50 yards and one touchdown. In five seasons and 51 NFL games, he had 710 rushing yards and two touchdowns.
Ogbonnaya also played for the Cleveland Browns, Houston Texans and St. Louis Rams. He was a seventh-round pick of the Rams in 2009 out of Texas.
Jun 22 2015 - Fred Davis, TE Fred Davis had his contract terminated by the Patriots Friday (June 19). Davis, 29, was signed by the Patriots as a free agent on May 11. He is a veteran of six NFL seasons (2008-13) with the Washington Redskins after entering the NFL as a second-round draft pick (48th overall) out of USC in the 2008 draft.
Jun 22 2015 - Malcom Brown, DL Malcom Brown, selected by the Patriots in the first round of the draft (32nd overall), signed a four-year contract Friday (June 19).
Brown started 26 of 39 games over his three-year career at Texas and finished with 165 tackles, 8.5 sacks, two forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries and six passes defensed.
Jun 22 2015 - Jeremiah Poutasi, T Jeremiah Poutasi, selected by the Titans in the third round of the draft (66th overall), signed a four-year contract Friday (June 19).
Jun 22 2015 - Landon Collins, S Landon Collins, selected by the Giants in the second round of the draft (33rd overall), signed a four-year contract Friday (June 19).
Jun 22 2015 - Jeret Smith, WR Jeret Smith was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Chiefs Friday (June 19).
Jun 22 2015 - Taylor Thompson, TE Taylor Thompson was waived by the Titans Friday (June 19).
Jun 22 2015 - Jacoby Hale, LB Jacoby Hale was waived from reserve/injured with an injury settlement by the Raiders Friday (June 19).
Jun 22 2015 - Taylor Mays, S Taylor Mays, released by the Minnesota Vikings June 16, was signed by the Lions Monday (June 22).
The 27-year-old Mays, a former second-round draft pick out of USC, started just four games over four years with the Cincinnati Bengals since his rookie season. He was used primarily on special teams.
Mays signed with the Vikings as an unrestricted free agent this offseason.
Jun 22 2015 - Landon Feichter, S Landon Feichter was waived by the Browns Monday (June 22).
Jun 22 2015 - Terrelle Pryor, WR Terrelle Pryor was claimed on waivers by the Browns from the Bengals Monday (June 22). Pryor, who had been trying to make an NFL roster as a quarterback, had been waived by Cincinnati on Friday.
After being cut by the Bengals, his agent, Drew Rosenhaus, said Pryor was willing to switch to wide receiver in an attempt to salvage his NFL career. In making the waiver claim, the Browns said Pryor would be a receiver.
Browns offensive coordinator John DeFilippo was Pryor's position coach in Oakland, where Pryor played 15 games at quarterback from 2011 to 2013.
The Browns are Pryor's fifth team in the past year. He was traded from Oakland to the Seattle Seahawks in April 2014, was released by the Seahawks during the preseason and was with the Kansas City Chiefs for four months earlier this year.
The Chiefs released him May 5, and the Bengals signed him May 10 after he tried out for them during their rookie minicamp.
Pryor played in 15 games (10 starts) for the Raiders over the 2011-13 seasons, including 11 games and nine starts in 2013. He has passed for 1,953 yards, nine touchdowns and 12 interceptions while rushing for 627 yards and three touchdowns.
While playing at Ohio State, the athletically gifted Pryor caught two touchdown passes and displayed exceptional speed.