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NFL rumors: Latest buzz around free agency, trades, 2015 NFL draft

With NFL free agency in full swing and the draft approaching next month, the NFL rumor mill is abuzz. What's the latest?
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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.

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April 2

• Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti said he is embarrassed that his team and the league didn’t take domestic violence more seriously, ESPN’s Jamison Hensley reports.

• Hensley also reports that Bisciotti said the Ravens expect to restructure quarterback Joe Flacco’s contract after the 2015 season. He is currently set for a $28.5 million cap hit in 2016.

• Former NFL safety Darren Sharper is in Louisiana to enter pleas next week in federal and state sex assault cases, Heather Nolan of The Times-Picayunereports.

• Following a 4.27 40-yard dash at his Pro Day last week, wide receiver Breshad Perriman will visit the Eagles on Thursday, Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk reports.

April 1

• Missouri governor Jay Nixon said St. Louis County will not be asked to finance a new football stadium for the Rams, David Hunn of the St. Louis Post-Dispatchreports.

• The Cowboys have re-signed linebacker Rolando McClain to a one-year deal with a $3 million base salary, ESPN’s Ed Werder reports.

• Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo said he would have taken a pay cut to keep running back DeMarco Murray in Dallas, he told 105.3 The Fan.

• Lions defensive coordinator Teryl Austin said the team’s defense will be better next season despite losing Ndamukong Suh in free agency, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports.

March 31

• The Raiders released defensive lineman Antonio Smith, reports ESPN's Adam Schefter.

• The Ravens signed quarterback Matt Schaub.

• The 49ers had free agents Hakeem Nicks and Lance Briggs in for tryouts, reports NFL Media's Ian Rapoport.

• A NFL team "secretly shadowed" Jameis Winston on one of his combine flights, reports Yahoo Sports' Charles Robinson.

• Patriots owner Robert Kraft testified in Aaron Hernandez’s murder trial on Tuesday.

• New Panthers offensive tackle Jonathan Martin said he has put the Dolphins bullying scandal behind him, ESPN’s David Newton reports.

• Saints running back Mark Ingram said he is happy the team signed running back C.J. Spiller to a four-year contract, ESPN’s Mike Triplett reports.

• If the Tampa Bay Buccaneers do not select Jameis Winston with the No. 1 pick, the Titans "will be ready," Albert Breer of the NFL Network reports.

March 30

• ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the Jets, Ravens and Falcons are among teams interested in free-agent quarterback Matt Schaub. Schaub is expected to visit the Ravens early this week, reportsThe Baltimore Sun's Aaron Wilson.

• Former Texans center Chris Myers is visiting the Seahawks today, reports NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.

• Free-agent linebacker Rolando McClain is visiting the Patriots today, reports ESPN's Field Yates and Todd Archer. 

• The Eagles plan to sign wide receiver Miles Austin this week, reports NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.

• The Lions hosted Texas A&M offensive tackle Cedric Ogbuehi at their facility in Michigan on Monday, according to Lions Insider’s Tim Twentymen.

• The Packers signed defensive tackle Letroy Guion to a one-year dealreports ESPN’s Rob Demovsky.

Eagles quarterback Sam Bradfordthought about retiring after tearing his ACL for a second time, reportsThe Philadelphia Inquirer's Mike Sielski.

• Former Colts wide receiver Hakeem Nicks will visit the 49ers on Monday, reports ESPN’s Josina Anderson.

• Mary Kay Cabot of The Plain Dealer speculates that the Browns may be interested in trading up in the draft for quarterback Marcus Mariota.

• Former Clemson defensive end will work out for the Falcons this week ahead of next month’s draft, reports ESPN’s Vaughn McClure. The Falcons own the No. 8 pick in the draft.