With NFL free agency in full swing and the draft approaching next month, the NFL rumor mill is abuzz. What's the latest? Check back often as we update below with all the latest scoops.
• Browns head coach Mike Pettine told the Cleveland Plain Dealer the team is open to trading up to selecting former Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota in next week's NFL draft.
• The Washington Redskins plan to exercise Robert Griffin III's option following the draft, a source tells the Washington Post.
• Linebacker Jerod Mayo has reportedly agreed to restructure his contract with the New England Patriots.
• Tim Tebow's contract with the Philadelphia Eagles reportedly has no guaranteed money.
• Sitting out workouts could cost Cowboys' cornerback Orlando Scandrick $500,000.
• Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Gus Bradley tells the First Coast News that his team is not in the Adrian Peterson sweepstakes.
• Boise State running back Jay Ajayi was not at or asked to attend the scouting combine medical re-check in Indianapolis, agent Erik Burkhardt said to refute reports.
• Buffalo Bills general manager Doug Whaley said the team will guard against "over-drafting" a quarterback in the upcoming NFL draft, reports The Buffalo News' Vic Carruci.
• Indianapolis Colts linebacker Jerrell Freeman is skipping voluntary offseason workouts out of a desire for a new contact, reports The Indianapolis Star's Stephen Holder.
• Dallas Cowboys COO Stephen Jones said, "I don't see us using any picks to trade for veteran players," during a radio interview on 105.3 The Fan in Dallas. The Cowboys have been included in trade rumors surrounding Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson.
• After battling injuries over the past two seasons, tight end Dennis Pitta was seen working out with the Baltimore Ravens this week in a video posted to the team's website, ProFootballTalk.com's Josh Alper points out.
• Former Missouri wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham visited the Kasnas City Chiefs on Tuesday, reports NFL Media's Ian Rapoport.
• The NFL will release the league's 2015 schedule Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET.