--Safety Louis Delmas reach an agreement to stay with the Detroit Lions. He will sign a two-year, $9.465 million contract, according to multiple reports.
--Seventh-year linebacker Nick Roach signed with the Oakland Raiders and is expected to be the starting middle linebacker in 2013.
Roach, primarily a strong-side linebacker for the Chicago Bears over the past five seasons, filled in for injured middle linebacker Brian Urlacher in 2012, starting 14 games.
--Free-agent offensive tackle Jake Long wrapped up his visit with the St. Louis Rams without a deal and has multiple teams interested, including Miami, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported.
--Ed Reed left the Houston Texans' facility on Friday after a two-day recruiting visit without finalizing a contract, but negotiations are ongoing with the 34-year-old free agent safety.
The Texans also re-signed offensive tackle Andrew Gardner.
--With six defensive players signed in the first three days of free agency, the Indianapolis Colts began clearing roster space by releasing safety Tom Zbikowski.
Zbikowski started 11 games and totaled 47 tackles (28 solo), four passes defensed, one interception and 1.0 sack.
--The Kansas City Chiefs signed fifth-year offensive lineman Geoff Schwartz. The 6-6, 340-pound tackle and guard played for the Minnesota Vikings last season and appeared in all 16 games.
--Free agent running back Mike Goodson signed a three-year, $6.9 million contract with the New York Jets. Goodson averaged 6.3 yards on 35 carries and had 16 receptions in 2012.
--Green Bay Packers linebacker A.J. Hawk has agreed to restructure his three-year contract, according to Pro Football Talk. The numbers for the restructured deal were not yet available, according to the report.
The Packers also signed restricted free agent linebacker Robert Francois to a one-year deal, Pro Football Talk reported.
--The Jacksonville Jaguars have signed Buccaneers have reached agreement with free agent defensive tackle Roy Miller to a two-year contract, agent Mike McCartney said, according to Pro Football Talk.
The Jaguars also announced they reached an agreement with free agent defensive back Alan Ball.
--Defensive end Marcus Spears has reached an agreement on a two-year, $3.55 million deal with the Baltimore Ravens, the Baltimore Sun reported.
Spears played defensive end in the Dallas Cowboys' 3-4 alignment, but their switch to a 4-3 scheme did not suit him.